Choice of the Pirate – The power of CHOICE

It’s great a feeling to have your say on how a story develops. That while you’re reading, it evolves, and your own character is created according to your choices. This makes it a lot more personal. So I was eager to try out a multiple choice interactive novel from...

Hearthstone: RPG or TCG?

  You should already know I'm a noob in the game universe. Following my post “RPG: Hearthstone, my  newest addiction,” some of our readers pointed out to me that Hearthstone isn't exactly an RPG, but first and foremost a TCG. I made my case, they made theirs, and in...

Web Summit – Techies Assemble in Lisbon

The city was bursting with people wearing badges. You could spot your kindred souls just by seeing the blue lanyards. Finding yourself in Lisbon, here in Portugal, you'd think we'd be speaking our own language, but no: from November 7-10, the first contact you’d have...

RPG: Hearthstone, my newest addiction

For a long time, RPG was a foreign word to me. I knew it from my so called geek friends, from the newest CGI games, and from hearing references of classics like Dungeons & Dragons. But I didn't really know what it meant. This summer, I was introduced to Hearthstone....

SDCC: another year has come and gone!

Another SDCC has come and gone. And no, I wasn't one of the lucky ones to go. Being an ocean away complicates your geek life a little bit. Even though Europe is having a boom of conventions at the moment. But I diverge! Back to San Diego and all the juicy news bits it...

Alana Joli Abbott – Author Interview

Alana Joli Abbott has recently joined Outland Entertainment's as Editor in chief, but you've probably heard her name long before this new gig. Be it for her novels, her interactive games or her award winning game writing, Alana continues to amaze us with her talent....

Couture & High Fashion in Comics

When you join the words fashion and comics I'm willing to bet that the result that assaults your head is pretty much the one where superheroes dominate the stories. This means a picture full of glaring colors and capes. And no, not just the men. Zooming into some...