The Titans of Ether have changed names; they’re now called Lycantic. And they have some new music and landscape art for Corven – Path of Redemption to show off.
Goldenflame Dragon has launched a Patreon page to support development of The Dark Unknown, and will be adding NPC schedules and a day/night cycle to the game.
David L. Craddock’s new book — Break Out: How the Apple II Launched the PC Gaming Revolution — contains a number of stories about Richard Garriott and Origin Systems. Here are three of them.
Nox Archaist, a new (yes, new) RPG for the Apple II, is now being crowdfunded on Kickstarter.
GOG are having another sale, their BIG DEAL sale. Because of course they are.
What exactly is an RPG, anyway?
Lawless Legends has begun beta testing.
The Titans of Ether are looking to bring a 3D artist on board, as a permanent team member, to work on Corven – The Path of Redemption.
It’s really the perfect name for the generation between Generation X and the Millennials; we grew up playing video games.
Shroud of the Avatar isn’t the first game to propose the idea that one or more entries in a series should be playable as a contiguous experience.
Slashing Dragon has released an update for his cross-platform roguelike.
What is a game, why do we play games, and why do we keep playing them?