my stars are for how i misread this as 'foreskin virtues'
"interactive literature", huh?
also this guy really sucks at being british.
My only exposure to Ultima was from the NES version of Exodus and briefly trying Avatar before the obnoxious virtue and magic systems made me give up. I just took everyone's word for it that the series was an epic genre pinnacle.
Then I watched Spoony's videos on them.
What the fuck, everyone?
I enjoyed the series right up until Pagan.
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If you go to Portalarium's youtube channel they have a 20 minute video of Lord British and Iolo sitting around nerding it up something harsh and promoting the game.
I have to admit I'm looking forward to the game, though not enough for me to donate anything. From what I read and watched, it sounds like it's going to be a co-op RPG but there really isn't enough information about the actual gameplay mechanics out yet. They keep repeating that skills will be treated like a "deck of cards" to prevent the usual min/max sameness. Whatever that means.
Don't forget, folks, there's TWO Ultima games floating about this year. Ultima Forever, the iOS and maybe-but-probably-not-on-PC Ultima game being made by no one remotely associated with Origin that looks like it will probably be a hack and slash type thing, and then this one. A lot of people are getting them confused I notice.
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Won't somebody donate a few bucks to help this poor multi-millionaire space tourist?
So he had enough money to go into space, but not to, uh....publish a video game?
"impactful" is by far my least favorite word.
This video is either a masterpiece of satire or unintentionally hilarious.
"Players talk to every NPC with a tag over his head and ..."
Guy walks by with a "Gravedigger" tag over his head.
"We believe in creating a realistic world that is socially relevant and..."
"Our family trains ducks. Would you like one?"
Lord British plays dwarf fortress and feels inspired.
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