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.
A look at the various works of written fiction that have been based on the Ultima series, both official novels and fan efforts.
What is a game, why do we play games, and why do we keep playing them?
Let’s talk about our first Ultima fan projects, our first explorations of programming, and/or our first experiences messing with a game’s editing toolkit.
We take a look at gameplay features — NPC schedules, day/night cycles, and other systems — and their impact on one’s enjoyment of a game.
In which we examine — and sass — IGN’s Top 100 RPGs of All Time list.
This episode was nearly given the title “Chekov’s Pixels”, for reasons that will become apparent. Also, Ultima 7: The Black Gate is 25 years old now.
A mish-mash of topics, with a lot of talk about emulators for old gaming consoles.
Because one episode wasn’t enough to cover everything that was awesome about the Ultima Dragons Anniversary Bash.