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Submitted by Wigriff 1153d ago | news

J.C. Wigriff's World of Darkness Rundown

Some of my most memorable moments as a gamer didn’t happen in front of a TV – they happened around a table, surrounded by paper, dice, and friends.

When I was about 15, I was introduced to Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, and was instantly attracted to the idea of a game in which the only bounds were that of the imagination.

I spent countless weekends exploring dungeons, battling monsters, and developing characters that I became truly attached to in a way I never experienced with a video game avatar.

Several years later, I discovered a tabletop game that radically altered my perception of what this type of game could be: Vampire the Masquerade. (Culture, Dev, PC)

Blacktric  +   1153d ago
Beautifully written article. Also, cannot wait for the game to come out. It will be the first MMO I played with extreme dedication.
Wigriff  +   1152d ago
Thank you so much for the compliment.

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