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Gaming Goes Indie

Posted: April 5, 2014 at 3:27 am   /   North V.I.

By Drew McLachlan Thirty years ago, if you wanted to create a video game, you started by clearing space in your garage. You had to make some room — for a couple Apple II’s, a BBC Microcomputer (if you were lucky), or a Tandy TRS-80 (if you weren’t). You also needed a guy who could […]

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Gottacon gaming convention

Gottacon plays on

Posted: February 1, 2013 at 10:25 am   /   South V.I.

By Michael Calvert An assembly of nations is coming to BC’s capital, Victoria, February 1st through 3rd. Five fervid subcultures will gather in the Pearkes Recreation Centre, each with its own jargon and essential accoutrements. They will come to fraternize, to glean new strategies, to prove their skills in tournaments, and, of course, to play. […]

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Blood, Magic and Mud

Posted: January 30, 2013 at 4:11 am   /   Central V.I.

By Drew McLachlan It’s well past one o’clock on a Monday afternoon, and Jacob Scheibel is wearing pajama pants and an Iron Maiden t-shirt. He opens up the hatch of his Jeep and unzips a black hockey bag that takes up most of the trunk. The first thing he shows me is a mace, a single-handed […]

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