Currently playing: Nox Archaist

February 15, 2013

Short life sign

This is just a short update to inform anyone reading my blog that it has not been abandoned in anyway. It´s just that combining playing CRPGs and still satisfy the attention that my family and one year old son deserves is not always easy. Added to that is that I just switched job a few weeks back so much of my leftover energy is spent there right now. I will return here as soon as I have finished Risen 2 and choosen my next game to tackle.

Apart from Risen 2, the only other game I have had time to play is Panzer Corps, a modern version of SSI:s old Panzer General series. It goes highly recommended even though it has nothing with RPGs to do. If I would have had the time I would like to start a blog about old classical strategy games as well. I suppose I have to wait until I get retired :-)


  1. I managed to start my own blog a month before the birth of my daughter, so I completely understand. She's eleven months now, but I'm lucky to get one post in a week!

  2. It happens man. I'm very delinquent on my next post. Life just gets in the way sometimes, but that's usually more important. Good luck with your new job!

  3. Just discovered this awesome blog and I'm completely hooked!

    I'll be waiting patiently for your next post.

  4. Btw I was wondering if you would consider reviewing a CRPG not in a sword & magic theme, such as Captive (or Captive 2), Hired Guns (IIRC this one had several technical improvements) or Space: 1889.

    1. Hired Guns was a favourite on the Amiga platform with excellent Music and a very good game. But it is too much an FPS for being included here.

      Captive on the other hand would qualify. I only played Captive 2 on the Amiga 1200 but I never finished it. The Music though was excellent. I bought Space 1889 for the Amiga as well but never really liked it despite the fact that it was received quite well.

      I´ll have to Think about it when the time comes. I have several other ideas as well.