by dadsanddragons | Jul 26, 2017 | Blog
To those of us who have longed for VR most of our lives, or who have maybe only gotten into it in the last few years but who have gone all out with it, the obvious end goal is a persistent online world that you can drop in and out of, meet up with friends in, own a home/space in that you can make entirely your own but that is connected via this persistent world to other people’s homes and spaces. In other words, The Metaverse.
by dadsanddragons | Jul 24, 2017 | Reviews, Uncategorized
This is the second installment of Eric Schumacher’s Hakon’s Saga, a series that follows Hakon Haroldson’s rise to power amongst the Norwegian Vikings during Europe’s Dark Ages. The first book propelled him rapidly from being fostered by the English King Athelstan to confronting a barely remembered brother and claiming his crown. If the task wasn’t arduous enough Hakon had converted to Christianity at a young age, and arrived as one of the handful of Christians in a proudly Norse culture filled with human sacrifice to the Old God’s.
by dadsanddragons | Jul 14, 2017 | ReviewsE McNeil is a pretty prolific VR developer considering that he is a solo developer and he has put out three VR games already in the fairly short time that VR has been a platform. And they aren’t just slapped together Unity asset flips either. They are all in a style...