A long-overdue interview with Zedex Dragon, the creator of U3.5: Pax Britannia.
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The community and the judges have cast their votes; let’s now reveal which Ultima fan project has been voted Fan Project of the Year for 2016!
We take a look at PC Gamer’s Ultimate RPG Handbook, and comment on its presentation of the history and influence of the *Ultima* series.
How do our children — or our nieces, nephews, and other young children we know — respond to classic PC and console games?
When we were kids, at least, messing around with video games was at least as fun as playing them to pass them.
Let’s take a look at the progress that various Ultima fan projects and Ultima-inspired projects made in 2016.
In which, somehow, we bring to a close this discussion of the Virtue of Spirituality and the anima technica vacua.
Deathblade Dragon chronicles his struggles with depression, fatherhood, and living according to the Eight Virtues.
How often do we miss perceiving the humanity of others around us, instead opting to distract ourselves with the fleeting and the ephemeral?
Where did it all start, our respective fascinations with computers and gaming consoles? What were the systems — and who were the people — along our technological journeys?
What is it about being human? And, more importantly, how should we respond — as humans — to other humans, simply by virtue of the fact that they’re human?
The Spam Spam Spam Humbug crew share personal recollections of our first gaming hardware/systems.
From a spiritual standpoint, progress can be a great thing; we should hope our spiritual journey moves us toward a telos, an ultimate end. But in other senses, progress doesn’t always mean that.
Let’s talk about game bosses. The memorable ones, the hard ones, the dumb ones…and maybe even the absent ones.