Interview with four talented, award-winning Dungeon Masters, a bit about their game experience, what is a secret for a “good story”, and the 12 tips and tricks to keep players and audiences engaged.Read More How to tell a great story? 4 veteran Dungeon Masters share their secrets to keep audiences engaged
Got the pun? “Lose the head” as in “get crazy”, but also as “get beheaded”. As Ned Stark in “Game of Thrones”! Do you get it now? Eh? Eh? I think it’s a really good one. I thought about this title for almost a week. Because titles, you know, are e-very-thing if you want to […]Read More A day in Dubrovnik, or how we visited King’s Landing but didn’t lose our heads
Here we go again. Mixed reviews for a Star Wars movie. After “The Last Jedi” divided audience and critics and split the galaxy in two, it’s now the time for “Solo: a Star Wars story“. Do you want to know what I think? In two three words: I liked it. For more, read below! After […]Read More “Solo: a Star Wars story”. I love this movie, and he knows it.
“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” (or “Episode VIII”, plus one spin off for those who are counting) is finally out in theaters all around Europe, while audience in the US and elsewhere still have to wait a few precious hours. (Edit: this post was written on the first impression I had after watching the movie. […]Read More “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” – this is not the movie I was looking for
(versione italiana di tutto il post qui, sul blog del grande Michele Di Paola, coautore di questo articolo) This is a good story that shows how bad guys don’t always win. And when Star Wars is involved, this is particularly true. A couple of weeks ago, the publishing colossus Electronic Arts (which owns other immensely […]Read More “Star Wars: Battlefront II”: where is the line between gambling and gaming?
Our Hungarian friends in Ecoservice were hosting an Erasmus+ training course trying to combine storytelling, nature and political activism. Bára and yours truly were there as trainers. What a Story! was the title. And What a Story it was. Hungary is an island, completely surrounded by Europe. This is the distinct feeling I have, every […]Read More What a story! Trying to understand the heart of the heart of Europe
The Star Wars Day (“May the Fourth”) approaching, I wanted to celebrate it in some special way. So, while in London, I had the opportunity to visit Star Wars Identities. I went expecting “just another Star Wars thing” – which would already be great, of course, given my love for the saga. But it was […]Read More Star Wars Identities
Mass Effect: Andromeda is the latest videogame from Bioware’s ultra-successful Mass Effect franchise, released on March 21st (23rd for Europe, I still don’t know why). In a future post I will talk about Andromeda in detail (it’s very, very controversial), but now it is finally time to discuss the original trilogy, why I think it changed […]Read More 5 reasons why Mass Effect made the history of videogames
(click here to read the first part of the story) After leaving San Ignacio, we planned to spend 3 days in Guatemala. Crossing the border is nothing complicated, although I noticed that the security personnel is more relaxed and easy going on the Belizean side of the border. In Guatemala, things get a bit heavier: more bureaucracy, […]Read More Maya Adventures /2 – Flores and Tikal
Well: I was feeling really well at the idea of writing well this post about wellness. Such an abused word, isn’t it? Wellness. What does it even mean? We had a training course exploring the topic. It was an intense journey, a week of great inspiration, connection and personal development. So I am here to celebrate […]Read More Game of Wellness: a training course on wellness in non formal education