In this weeks bulletin, we will discuss the sale of the very rare Nintendo Play Station, a game on the French Revolution and a game on the October Revolution, the Dark Souls-like Nioh 2 set in medieval Japan, a new update for Hades, the castle we built at an event and how Minecraft is used … Read More
Bulletin: Assassin’s Creed, the Mushroom Kingdom, Greek Mythology and Iranian Gaming history.
In this weeks bulletin, we will discuss a new Assassin’s Creed audio experience, some quirky evidence on why The Mushroom Kingdom is located in the Holy Roman Empire, 3D models being released in the public domain, some more Greek Mythology, the history of Iranian videogames and the kingdom management game we will review next week. … Read More
Bulletin: VALUE chapter, medieval games, resurrected MMO’s, and free games.
In this weeks bulletin, we focus on a chapter written by VALUE, the terrain features in a new historical strategy game, the resurrection of ten dead MMO’s, the release of the new Mount & Blade game, the dev diary of a new historical/fantasy MMO, the combat in Chivalry 2 and of course the new free … Read More
Bulletin: playing with history and myths, orcs and more free games!
In this weeks bulletin, we will discuss playing with Greek mythology, the history of orcs in gaming, the epic fail by an English heritage trust, the auction of a very rare piece of hardware, the graphics of the Game Boy Advanced and the reoccuring free games over at the Epic Games Store! How Hades plays … Read More
Bulletin: updates, free games and awesome archaeology
Paradox testing new subscription based service Paradox Interactive, known for awesome strategy games such as Europa Universalis IV and Hearts of Iron IV, are testing a new subscription service for EU4. The game has a great amount of DLC which can be bought through Steam, and buying it all at the same time can cost … Read More