In which Jarenth describes his first outing into Warlock: Master of the Arcane. Seventeen episodes of monsters, magic and terrible rookie mistakes.
In which Jarenth and JPH deal with a terrible zombie survival game called Trapped Dead. A total of six videos were recovered from the site of the incident: the video creators themselves were heard of again, a lot and often.
In which Jarenth blindly stumbles into XCOM: Enemy Unknown mere weeks after release. Thirty episodes of aliens, shooting aliens, aliens shooting back, and a whole mess of base-building, research and development.
In which Jarenth lands a colony expedition on an alien planet, teeming with life and resources and rich with promises of avoiding the mistakes from the past, and immediately starts ruining everything for everyone. Twenty-nine episodes of founding colonies, fighting aliens, fraternizing with my fellow man, and slowly corrupting my initial dreams of peace and betterment for humankind into an oppressive cybernetic autocracy.
In which Jarenth chronicles the further adventures of Cyber-Élodie, probably the galaxy’s best hope for long-term peace and unity. Which, yes, does sound very dire. Space battles, planet conquests, and interstellar ‘diplomacy’ ahoy!
Format: text/screenshots. Fanfic level: three John Freemans out of five.
In which Ranneko enters the matryoshka doll that is Ninja Blues by exploring the odd victorian child exploitation themed puzzle game that is Double Fine’s Stacking
The Ranchanted Cave 2
In which Ranneko spelunks his way through a magical cave destroying the delicate ecosystem in order to gather precious magical items and slightly less magical gold.
Welcome to Ranstotzka
In which Ranneko starts a new job, one with a high satisfaction rate, low demands and that will definitely not get him into any trouble with rebels or government groups. How far will he get in Papers, Please by Lucas Pope.
In which Ranneko explores a drowned city looking for convenient care packages in the tops of buildings and uncover the ambiguous history of the watery world in Submerged by Uppercut Games.
Ran’s Course Through Dyscourse
In which Ranneko crash lands on a desert island and attempts to keep as many people as he can alive until he can get off that god forsaken rock in Dyscourse by Owlchemy Labs
Ranneko Plays Torment: Tides of Numenera Alpha Systems Test
In which Ranneko tests out the basic systems of Torment: Tides of Numenera an upcoming roleplaying game by InXile Entertainment
Rantro Game Crunch
In which Ranneko tries a collection of retro themed games many of them challenging, frustrating and some of them are even kind of fun. The collection is called Retro Game Crunch and it is published by Retro Game Crunch
Human Ransource Machine
In which Ranneko rises through the ranks as a cog in Tomorrow Corporation’s Human Resource Machine by mindlessly obeying instructions in order to move numbers around the floor.
Ranonauts – Incompetent Planetary Defence
In which Ranneko was put in charge of defending the planet against the alien menace. Can the Ranonauts stop the alien threat, or at least determine if they have an inbuilt kill limit? Only time will tell when playing Xenonauts by Goldhawk Interactive
In which Ranneko attempts to work out what really happened in the old police case at the heart of Sam Barlow’s Her Story. What conclusions can he draw from only one half of the conversation?
In which Ranneko works his way through the beta of Torment: Tides of Numenera by InXile Entertainment. It’s time to explore the marvels of Sagus Cliffs and find out more about the bizarre future of Numenera.
Ranneko Plays MouseCraft
In which Ranneko sends mice to get the cheese playing through Crunching Koala’s MouseCraft