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Brian Fargo, Josh Sawyer and Gordon Walton Chat RPGs

Brian Fargo, Josh Sawyer and Gordon Walton Chat RPGs Brian Fargo, Josh Sawyer and Gordon Walton have a lot in common: they all worked on role-playing games in various capacities for a very long time, and they're also all involved in recent crowdfunding projects.That certainly seems to be as good a reason as any to put them together in a room for an interview during GDC, which is exactly what the folks at PC Gamer have done.

Avadon 3: The Warborn Blog Update

Avadon 3: The Warborn Blog Update It's been pretty quiet over on the Spiderweb Software blog in recent months, but fearless leader Jeff Vogel has once again written up a new entry that expands on their recent announcement for Avadon 3 and talks about the past, present, and future of the indie studio.An excerpt that suggests we'll be getting a relatively large overhaul for an upcoming reboot of Avernum 3:

Cyberpunk: Misunderstanding the Genre

Cyberpunk: Misunderstanding the Genre While this PC Gamer article about the recent failings of cyberpunk may only be somewhat related to the RPG genre, games mentioned in it include things like Deus Ex, Shadowrun: Dragonfall, and Cyberpunk 2077.As a result it may be an interesting read for those who share this concern that recent cyberpunk media has been extremely cyber and not very punk.

recent anime in a nutshell

recent anime in a nutshell Number 342 5: No Spoilers PleaseAssSwordsmanWe about aguy who can pullswords out hisbutt, He Fightsdemons,Then werewere Ii Fillerepisodes abouta trip to the hotsprings with hisdad, His dad ismalty boring.The second are washim meeting a demonand convincing if Tobe nice using fogic.

Daily News 6 March-2017

Daily News 6 March-2017 The escalation of tensions between the US and North Korea comes after the US announced the deployment of Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile defence systems to South Korea to protect the country from any potential aggression from Pyongyang.South Korean news agency Yonhap said operations to install a Thaad battery had begun on Monday, with some parts flown from the US to an air base near Seoul.