Today’s fine fan art comes from Madam Marla, depicting the Disney Princesses playing DnD. I can’t help but wonder who plays what class… Merida is a ranger, of course. Cinderella would be a mage, and Rapunzel would probably be a bard. What do you think? Leave comments below!
This is not a drill. This is not a joke. Well… it sort of is a joke, but it’s still true! After years and years of silence, Homestar Runner has updated with an awesome short cartoon, just in time for April Fool’s. Take it to the limit!
Hugh Jackman bein’ adorable, singing “Who Am I?” from Wolverine: The Musical.
One of my absolute favorite games of all time is back in a big way. Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Father is getting a huge revamp for it’s 20th anniversary. The original came out in 1993, and I loved the rich characters and complex story line. This game is an absolute classic of the adventure genre, and if you missed it 20 years ago, here’s your chance to try it! Fun fact: Tim Curry voiced the original Gabriel Knight.
Look for the special edition of Gabriel Knight later this year.
I hope you appreciate the self control it takes for me not to fill this whole blog post up with sideways happy faces. Because this trailer makes me very happy. LOOK HOW PRETTY. According to the BioWare development diary:
The artists, designers, programmers, animators, audio and VFX specialists and many others are the most talented I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. They are the people bringing the world of Dragon Age to life for you to discover. They’ve built incredible graphics systems like weather that creates naturally-formed puddles, spider webs that blow in the wind, and huge amounts of various materials that look more realistic than anything we’ve ever created in a BioWare game!
PUDDLES. DRAGONS. HAIRY CHESTED DWARVES. Fall can’t get here fast enough.