Daymon Trapold

Daymon Trapold
Once upon a time, he wrote for oprainfall. Now, he's scraping off the rust to get back into writing about the games he loves. From his humble origins of playing the Atari and Commodore 64, he now dabbles in just about every console there is. Although he has a particular love of hardcore dungeon-crawlers, roguelikes, and niche JRPGs, some of his favorite games include Earthbound, Persona 3, Eternal Sonata, Bravely Default, Tales of the Abyss, and Fate/Extra. If his geek cred wasn't good enough, he's also a bassoonist.

Haunted House Review (Switch)

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Haunted House Review: Creepin’ it Real   Halloween is my absolute favorite time of year. Yes, Thanksgiving and Christmas can be great, but Halloween is downright awesome. And it doesn’t have to stop on October 31st, either – I’ve extended my spooky reading season this year throughout November, so…

Ash of Gods: The Way Review (Switch)

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Ash of Gods: The Way Review: Can You Find Your Own Way?  By now, you’ve heard me talk about my love of deckbuilders many, many times – I frequently review them, and I frequently love them. But even I have to admit that it’s getting harder and harder for…

Labyrinth of Zangetsu Review (Switch)

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Labyrinth of Zangetsu Review: Can You Remove the Ink of Ruin Before it Blots out Humanity?  I’m honestly not sure which game it was that set off my absolute obsession with first-person dungeon crawlers. I never played the early Phantasy Star games until I was an adult, and the first…

Ib Review (Switch)

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Ib Review: Paint No Mountain High Enough Pixel horror. So underrated, so delightful. I really feel like there’s just not enough of it in the gaming world, so I’ll admit to getting a little… squeal-y when something comes along. So I was more than a little excited to give Kouri’s…

Ken Follett’s The Pillars of the Earth Review (Switch)

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Ken Follett’s The Pillars of the Earth Review: A Sweeping, Expansive Work of Historical Fiction I’ll admit that historical fiction isn’t usually something I hunt down of my own accord. In fact, I can think of only two that I’ve actually read: Crossing the Horizon by Laurie Notaro and…

Redemption Reapers Review (Switch)

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Redemption Reapers Review: Not Quite Enough Redemption   As my husband knows extremely well, I love strategy RPGs, but they do not love me. I have unbelievably horrendous luck when it comes to, well, everything. Extremely poor stat growth, enemies with a 3% of hitting me always connecting, whereas…

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