To a broad segment of the RPG world, one of the largest and most popular systems is Savage Worlds. Over the years I’ve seen a ton of games built around the Savage Worlds engine, but I’ve simply never had the time or opportunity to dig into it. As a result, I see the logo and just pass by. That is in no way a negative judgment, simply reality of our limited and linear time. The reason I bring that up is to frame where I’m coming from in this Spotlight. I didn’t come across it via the Savage Worlds community, but rather from Endless Realms, which I’ve reviewed in some detail...Read More
As an avid fan of both Dungeons & Dragons and Pathfinder for the better part of the past decade, I am always interested when one of these properties takes a dip into the digital side of things. Most recently my focus has been on a CRPG that has adapted one of the best official adventure paths for the Pathfinder tabletop RPG system, Kingmaker.
Pathfinder: Kingmaker faithfully adapts its source material and is truly a love letter to fans of the franchise while remaining accessible to newcomers to the world of Golarion (the setting that Pathfinder takes place in). The game takes its gameplay from other classics in the CRPG genre, such as the Baldur’s Gate, Pillars of Eternity, and the Divinity franchises with some touches that make it have some unique elements...Read More