This week we have Dragonlance Chronicles, Hitman 3, Kokopa’s dev diary, an article about global ice loss and King Arthur: Knight’s tale from NeocoreGames in our selection.
New Dragonlance Trilogy
After settling a very long lawsuit between Wizards of the Coast and Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, they announced a licencing agreement for a three-book series. Dragonlance Chronicles Made a significant impact on my childhood. The characters were well-thought, likeable – even Raistlin. The world was beautifully described. I read the trilogy at least three times now. Can’t wait for the new books.
Read the article here: https://io9.gizmodo.com/that-new-dragonlance-trilogy-from-the-series-classic-au-1846125826
Hitman 3 Recoups Project Costs in a week
Hitman 3 was released two weeks ago and made it to the top of the UK’s charts immediately. The game recouped its development costs in under a week. The most interesting part for me is definitely the way IOI developed and published the game. As they were the studio and the publisher as well, the different departments – marketing, publishing, creative dev – worked very closely throughout the development.
Kokopa’s Atlas Dev
I like the design of the game, looks very cool and the gameplay is super chilled. However, the sounds drove me crazy a little bit :-).
Global Ice Loss
One of the adverse side effects of Covid-19 is that we are not focusing enough on climate change. This article is just a highlight of what is happening while we are working from home or trying to avoid to contract the virus. The ice is melting across the planet at a record rate.
King Arthur: Knight’s Tale
This is a post in the Last Week in 5 Links series. We share a lot of interesting videos, articles and other types of content in our internal chat. We thought some of the info we come across could come in handy for others too. So each week we post five of the links we shared between ourselves in the previously selected by one of our team.
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