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!
In this week’s bulletin, we discuss Defunctland VR, Red Dead Online Role Playing, A Ghost of Tsushima Crowdfunding, An Essay on Hades, Call of Duty Warzone, the Jane Austen MMO, an Indiana Jones game, an overview of Old World, the Isu Language in Valhalla, our new intern and our own Twine Game!
As of January 1st 2021 I have started working as an intern here at VALUE. In the coming weeks I will be contributing a host of in depth articles for Interactive Pasts, particularly on the many uses of alternate history storytelling. In this article I want to briefly introduce myself. My name is Jochem “Guthixian” … Read More
In this week’s bulletin, we discuss an Assassin’s Creed themed Bionic Arm, 5GDC talks you can watch, Hades GOTY, Age of Empires 4, Nazis in video games, VALUE Lectures, Minecraft Earth, some more Assassin’s Creed, Castles of Mad King Ludwig: Collectors Edition and a 2006 cancelled Tomb Raider Game.
It’s the first bulletin of 2021! Let us start by wishing you all a happy New Year, and lets hope it will be different from 2020. The bulletins will stay the same however! In this week’s bulletin, we discuss Nunami, fire in video games, The Anything Gallery. Game Maker’s Notebook: Hades, an exhibition about Animal Crossing and an update to Workers & Resources: Soviet Republic!
We’ve asked you to contribute to our list of Games of the Year. After a mighty discussion about which games can be honorably called ‘Game of the year’, here are our five picks, in no particular order!