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.
Tagged: Might & Magic
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?
A retro-themed RPG inspired by Ultima and H.P. Lovecraft’s fiction.
Presented without comment.
Lords of Xulima, ostensibly inspired in part by the Ultima series, is available for purchase at GOG.
A self-professed “child of the 2000s” attempts to play through various classic 1980s and 1990s CRPGs. It goes about as well as you’d expect, which is to say it goes hilariously wrong.
A new emulator for Android devices, which should allow users of that platform to play many classic PC RPGs on their handhelds.
Mike Winterbauer, an artist who created the box cover art for (among other things) some of the Wing Commander and Might & Magic games, has written about about his work on these and other...
So I missed posting a Wednesday update this week, and as such I’m lumping in the content from Wednesday with the weekend Larian Studios content. Because there really isn’t much to report from Larian...
The section headings rampage continues!
I’m still feeling sick, so once more the list format will make an appearance.
I have to say…the upcoming EverQuest games are, to my mind, jaw-droppingly awesome in terms of the sort of sandbox play they’ll allow for. Or, at least, that’s my hope.