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Dungeons and Dragons: Daggerdale lands on PC

Atari has announced that Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale is now available for the PC. We didn't really like the hack-and-slash title, calling it "a terrible use of Wizards of the Coast's timeless license" (ouch), but hey, maybe you're a huge completist and absolutely must play through anything...

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Wisconsin town approves early plans for Gary Gygax memorial

Gary Gygax, co-creator of Dungeons & Dragons (and thus many of the mechanics modern role-playing video games are based on), passed away a few years ago, and the interest trying to build a memorial for him in his hometown of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin has just cleared a hurdle with the local Board...

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Capcom's 'DD' teased with dragon hearts, stone walls

Earlier this week, Capcom opened a countdown site at capcom.co.jp/DD, which displays a timer that will elapse on April 12, and the outline of a dragon. Today, mysteriously, the dragon has a visible heart, which would seem to confirm a new game adaptation of a certain Sean Connery movie. Maybe...

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Bring Dungeons and Dragons to your $15,000 game table

What happens when you marry board games and video games? The electrical pixel explosion of that chocolate into peanut butter hasn't been fully realized yet, so besides a handful of Settlers of Catan and Carcassonne and Hasbro Family Game Nights, there's not a heck of a lot going on. However, what...

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Atari and Interplay settle D&D licensing drama

Although using an image of "Bum Fighting" would have been insensitive, that probably would have accurately portrayed the feeling of watching publishers Interplay and Atari fight over Dungeons & Dragons rights. Big Download reports the once great publishers have settled a D&D licensing...

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Which is it, Sony? "Blu-ray is dead!" or "Long live Blu-ray!"?

Sony needs to get its story straight. On the one hand, there's Ken Kutaragi, top chihuahua of Sony Computer Entertainment, who says that the PlayStation 3 has a product life span of 10 years. One full decade! Long live Blu-ray! On the other hand, there's Jamie MacDonald, VP of SCE Worldwide...

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Hey Nintendo, make the switch to paper boxes permanent!

Nintendo's apologizing to European customers because they've had to temporarily switch to cardboard game boxes as a result of shortages afflicting that territory, according to Gamasutra's David Jenkins. Nintendo, ever sensitive to gamer needs (and we can't fault them there), is tossing a coupon into...

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