Posts Tagged ‘slow news day’

Randomised Ranch Dressing: Westerado’s Wild West RPG

By Graham Smith on November 18th, 2013.

It was you!

Craig wrote about Westerado back in January, but I like to think we live in a time where there is no past or future, only an eternal present. Also I first heard about it at the weekend and it’s swell.

Westerado is a western-set RPG in which your brother and mother are killed and you want to find who did it and avenge their deaths. Only, it’s an open world game, you don’t know where that person is, and they look different every time you start the game.
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This Isn’t The News

By John Walker on April 16th, 2010.

Is that clear enough?

Since there hasn’t been any PC gaming news today, I thought I’d make some up.

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Slow News Thursday

By John Walker on July 24th, 2008.

Image CC via Wikimedia Commons

Not exactly the hottest day for gaming news. So for your entertainment, here are some of today’s least essential PC gaming stories:

Out From The Cold
With remarkable timing, the recent revived Microïds have launched a website for the Syberia series of games. That would be Syberia from 2002 (a surprisingly decent point and click adventure) and Syberia II from 2004 (a surprisingly tedious point and click adventure). Four years zip by, and now they’ve got a website! (From which you can buy and download either for €15 – the first one’s worth a go if you’re an adventure fan. If you’re not, you’ll hate its mobile-phoney-clockworky-walk-back-and-forthy nonsense).

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