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New Halo PC Game Teased by Microsoft After Blocking Halo Online Mod

The makers of ElDewrito, the mod that hoped to bring <i>Halo Online</i> multiplayer to PC, have been informed that Microsoft is taking actions to shut down …

The Stories Behind the Servants of Fate/stay Night

<i>Now that Fate/Apocrypha is out on Netflix and Heaven's Feel is headed to theaters, we'll be running a series of features on the franchise for the</i> …

7-Eleven Creates Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel I. presage flower Merch Based on Fan Poll - Interest

The 7-Eleven convenience store conducted a poll from October 13 to November 5 asking people to choose their favorite scenario involving Fate/stay …

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Up Your DM Level With The Kobold’s Guide to Game Mastering

The one thing that every game of <i>Dungeons & Dragons</i> needs is a Dungeon Master. The <i>Dungeon Master’s Guide</i> has been a great resource throughout every …

Rayguns and Rocketships Blasts Off on Kickstarter

If the golden age of pulp sci-fi like <i>Flash Gordon</i> holds a special place in your heart, take a look at the dual-scale miniatures space game <i>Rayguns and</i> …

Here's the workout routine a retired US Navy admiral uses to stay in tip-top shape

Admiral William McRaven, author of "Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life... And Maybe The World," explains what his daily workout consists of including push-ups, pull-ups and other exercises. Following is a transcript of the video.<p><i>I've got a routine. I do 100 crunches and then</i> …

Starfinder hopes to do for space opera what D&D has done for fantasy

Have starship, will roleplay<p>Much like the cult classic <i>Firefly</i>, players will have to find a crew, find a job and keep on flying.<p>But there’s a twist.<p>"You can call it science fiction if you want," publisher Erik Mona told Polygon earlier this year. "But I call it ‘science fantasy.’ I’ve always been …