By Harry Rabinowitz
Your Critic’s Circle and Roundup host have been busy doing very different things, with the Circle delivering quality writing (as always), and your faithful host attending this year’s Spring Fighter.
As a follow up to last week’s story, Chelsea Stark gives us the Games for Change nominees and voter’s ballot.
Ebenezer Samuel reviews Mario Party 10. It hasn’t changed all that much, which, as it turns out, is still a good thing.
Jason Schreier details the story of Darkside Game Studios, the team formally in charge of rebooting Phantom Dust, that is, until Microsoft pulled the plug.
Evan Narcisse explains Runeblade, an upcoming RPG for the Apple Watch. Yes, the Apple Watch.
Samit Sarkar reviews MLB 15: The Show. While not dramatically different from its predecessors, it makes up for it by polishing its features to a mirror sheen.
For all you dungeon masters out there, Stu Horvath wrote up a lovely adventure for Dungeons & Dragons Second Edition for you to use. It has a castle, a forest, and an inn!