You might have missed the bulletin last week, so we’re back with a bulletin filled with two weeks worth of gaming news, mostly about Valheim (just kidding, but there is a lot)! In this week’s bulletin we discuss: Crusader Kings III, Valheim, Hades winning at the Gayming Awards, ink version 1.0, Pieter van den Heede on WW2 in video games, Temples & Tombs, Blood Feud, Techland’s bad management and Humankind’s modding tools!
In this week’s bulletin we discuss Valheim, pre-2000 Source Codes, a God of War Update, Imperator: Rome 2, politics and taboos in games, archiving the Atari Burial Ground, New World being delayed, Anno 1800 Docklands, a new Civ VI game mode and Hellish Quart!
In this week’s bulletin, we discuss Valheim, Lara Croft, Field of Glory 2: Medieval, Middle Ages in Modern Games, Potion Craft, Nebuchadnezzar, a Lecture on video games and History, Black Myth: Wukong, Archiving multi-platformed games and how pigs play video games!
In this week’s bulletin, we discuss projects which play with the past, theme parks with ‘historical’ narratives, Age of Empires II, Minecraft Sustainability, King Arthur: A Knight’s Tale, Imperator: Rome 2.0, Bucket of Bolts, VALUE in de Volkskrant, Mass Effect’s data corruption, Valheim and a call of papers by NASTA!
In this week’s bulletin, we discuss Mars Horizon, Hades and masculinity, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Shao Jun, Charles Games’ Engine, an interview with Mohawk Games, new Civ VI DLC, a free GDC Showcase, Epic moving to films and our In Depth & Stratigraph of this week!
Last week (15th of January), Wikipedia celebrated its 20th anniversary. Those who watch some of our streams know that Wikipedia holds a special place in these play sessions, as we often need to look things up in the online encyclopedia (Wiki-crutch). Because of all that it’s done for us and you, here’s an ode to Wikipedia!