In this week’s bulletin, we discuss Monster Hunter Rise, Humankind’s diplomacy, EU4 Leviathan Expansion, AC Narrative Director Darby McDevitt leaving Ubisoft, Sony’s responsibility to preserve gaming history, the HeritageJam 2021, AGON on Roll20 and the Architecture Critic on Control!
In this week’s bulletin, we discuss Hades winning at the BAFTA’s, a Ghost of Tsushima movie, Black Legend, Animal Crossing, Verdun Follow-up Isonzo, Aris on the Modern Myth Podcast, a never ending game of D&D, Sebastian Hageneuer on Uncharted and the History of Shareware and Demos. And yes, no Valheim for the first time in two months!
In this week’s bulletin, we discuss an update and new DLC for Valhalla, new Northern-themedDLC for Crusader Kings III, Valheim Vikings (of course), the last DLC for Civ VI, Age of Empires Fan Preview, A short Medal of Honor Documentary nominated for an Academy Award and an Interview with the devs of Call of the Sea!
In this week’s bulletin, we discuss Minecraft’s Anishinaabe culture, Valheim, Frozenheim, an interview with Guthixian, the Six Days in Fallujah Saga, Stronghold: Warlords, some cool presentations on video games and history and an awesome mod for Crusader Kings III!
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!
This fourth article in a series of deep dives into alternative historical depictions of Africa and Colonialism in video games focuses on Ethiopia. In its quest for modernisation, Ethiopia looked east to Japan and the Meiji movement. The Historical Flavour mod for Victoria II simulates Ethiopia’s development throughout the nineteenth and twentieth century. How is the legacy of the Japaniser Movement represented?