Apologies for the late blog, but with the Julien Dubuque International Film Festival two weeks ago and my being gripped by the Martian death flu last week, this is the first chance I've had to get something typed up.

Let’s start with the granddaddy of all deck-building games (henceforth referred to as DBGs for the sake of my sanity and fingers), shall we? Yes, first and foremost will be “Dominion,” designed by Donald X. Vaccarino and published in the U.S. by Rio Grande Games.

It’s part two of the “10 worst dungeons” feature here on Press Play. The first half can be found here, along with an explanation of what I mean by “worst.” It’s recommended reading, because we’re digging right in for this installment (that was for all those Minecraft fans out there).

I sometimes worry about just how geeky I am. Not in the way my mother might, which I’m sure has more to do with the propagation of the family name. Sure, that’s a factor in my worries, but I usually try to take a more philosophical approach in the questioning.

Well, my good buddy pbspleen sent me a program to do this stuff, so I'm just testing it out by uploading the intro from the wonderful Squaresoft PS1 RPG, Xenogears.