Before we get into all that, I want to make a few announcements, and I want to talk about a few new article series that I will be unrolling in the next few months.
Let's get to it.
The next item on the list is a new, well, a revamped tabletop section here on the site. I had one here before, but because of real world timing issues and lots of uncertainty, I pulled the plug. I won't be digging anything out of the archives for this, but I'll be using the same setting and expanding on my initial ideas.
That section will tie in nicely with the Chillglade Chronicles development section, where I will talk about the progress I am making on my own video game project and some of the hurdles i am jumping over. I guess you can consider that a developer diary of sorts.
That will dovetail into the release of my first novella in April, which is set within the same universe as the game, and as you know, the game itself is a video game adaptation of the tabletop system. It's all a package deal, and the books will serve as a primer on the world and how it works. I'm hoping to release the second in my series sometime around November, but no guarantees yet.
First Impressions will be making a comeback here in the Video Games blog roll, and I'll have a fresh review of an older (but not Retro) title for you every month. Most of these will be Xbox 360 games, as that is my current system of choice.
Don't fear Retro enthusiasts, I'll still be covering older games. My Breath of Fire walkthrough will slow down a bit, but I'll still push out a new article once a week. Once that is finished, I'll be kicking off a new walkthrough to be announced at a later date.
Finally, I'm going to mothball the Syntax Agility section of the site. I'm not in a place where I can candidly discuss certain subjects right now, and to be honest, it's not something I'm drawn to. That isn't to say that it won't make a comeback in the future, but for now the comic is on an indefinite hold.
Thanks for reading folks. Stay tuned in on Twitter and Facebook for updates and releases, and keep building towards your own dreams.
See you next time.