The Souls games -- from Demon's Souls to Bloodborne -- have always been about consequences.
Fortnite developer Epic Games isn't done making big moves to rival Steam with exclusive rights to publish popular games.
So, PBS has done a lot of great stuff.
In my post about Pathfinder I talked a lot about the Open Gaming License which allowed Paizo to take the revised 3rd Edition of Dungeons and Dragons and essentially create Pathfinder out of it.
America has seen a lot of wars.
Apex Legends will finally get its first Battle Pass tomorrow, and with it comes a whole slew of rewards for simply playing the game.
If you don't know, I'll say it now: I'm a giant nerd for role-playing games.
There is an interesting relationship between authors and fans, especially in regards to publishing a series.
Like Overwatch, Apex Legends is a multiplayer game with a set of interesting characters that desperately need more story attached to them.
One of my favorite dinosaur/paleontology books is All Yesterdays. It's been out for six years edging towards seven, and it's a book with a simple but interesting premise: it renders dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals with a more speculative eye, and then uses modern animal skeletons to show the limitations of most paleo reconstruction art.