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September 30th, 2007
The Great One
by Scorpia

Over at his blog the other day (Friday, actually), Coyote posted on the question: What Makes A Great RPG?

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September 29th, 2007
British In Space
by Scorpia

Lord British – occasionally also known as Richard Garriott ;) – is planning a space flight in October 2008.

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September 28th, 2007
Open World
by Scorpia

Over at Gamasutra, they have up a multi-page article on “20 Open-World Games”. It’s an interesting read, although I haven’t played any of them and hadn’t even heard of most of them.

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September 27th, 2007
Too Complex?
by Scorpia

Apropos of yesterday’s post about Jane Jensen and her remarks on the decline of adventure games (Jane Jensen Interview), comes an article by Atul Varma on the same topic, from a slightly different perspective.

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September 26th, 2007
Jane Jensen Interview
by Scorpia

Over at The Escapist, they have an interview with Jane Jensen. For the few who may not know, Jane was the designer of the Gabriel Knight adventure games for Sierra.

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September 25th, 2007
It’s Trivial
by Scorpia

Over at Games Radar, they’ve posted (shhh!) a list. A list of 101 trivia facts about games, both PC and console.

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September 24th, 2007
Aliens, Mr. Rico!
by Scorpia

IGN just posted a list of upcoming releases for the fall season, and it seems that alien enemies are suddenly popular.

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September 23rd, 2007
Geneforge 4 Review
by Scorpia

The GeneforgeA fierce struggle is going on between the Shapers, who want to keep their special power to themselves, and the rebels, who believe that power should be open to all. You come in on the rebel side…and the rebels are losing.

So begins Geneforge 4: Rebellion, which drops you in the middle of a very nasty war. At first the rebels were doing well, but now they’ve lost much of what they had gained in territory. The only hope may be the secret project of the Drakons, hidden away up in the northern mountains.

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