I couldn’t believe when the wordpress pop-up appeared, but it’s been a year since I began this blog – and 18 months since I began the whole CRPG Book Project. To think I first expected to finish it all in just 6 months… heh. But the project is so much better now and so many cool things happened that I wouldn’t want it any other way. 🙂
The big news I hoped to share this month aren’t ready yet, but these days I’ve managed to recruit some great new contributors, such as the man behind the excellent Ludo Lense youtube channel, the journalists Richard Cobbett and GB ‘Doc’ Burford, plus Internet Archive’s Jason Scott, who kindly agreed to write an article on video-game preservation.
In other news, I’m away from my PC this week, unable to edit the reviews for the book, so I’ve put DOSBox and After Effects together to realize something I wanted to do for a long while:
A video series on obscure RPGs. No long intros, awkward camera stares, overdone YouTube personalities or 40 minutes rants – just a brief look at cool games, with 2-3 minutes highlighting its qualities, to invite viewers to give it a try.
I’m not a native speaker, but I hope it’s understandable and enjoyable. And until next month!