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July 6th, 2014, 19:55
Just thought I'd touch base Felipepepe; as it's been awhile!

I've been slowly but surely getting more notes down for my first draft. I'm aiming to have it done by the end of my second week of school holidays (starting now…

I've also been enjoying a little bit of research on the side and just immersing myself into the world of Bard's Tale again. It's been quite the nostalgia trip! In fact, I'm sneaking in a little bit of Devil Whiskey here and there - as I never did finish that game. Glad to hear that MCA is contributing…

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July 7th, 2014, 05:11
I plan on sending my first draft within the next couple of days , honestly writing and deleting so much drafts (writing is not my strong point! better on the mic) and the van buren interview took up my time but I am going full force into the article and I will do my best to help the book!
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July 20th, 2014, 06:46
Scorpia just sent me her review of Ultima IV. Is amusing how unique and nostalgic her writing style is… I'm glad she agrees to take part and that new people will be able to read her stuff.

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August 1st, 2014, 04:23
when do you need these filipe? I might have some time for a week or two. Of course I could go on for nine pages on nwn.

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August 1st, 2014, 06:18
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when do you need these filipe? I might have some time for a week or two. Of course I could go on for nine pages on nwn.
I'm not in a hurry, if you can deliver it in a month or so it's cool.

And NWN is already getting one of the biggest word count in the book due all the modules… don't be greedy.

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August 7th, 2014, 07:48
Originally Posted by felipepepe View Post
I'm not in a hurry, if you can deliver it in a month or so it's cool.

And NWN is already getting one of the biggest word count in the book due all the modules… don't be greedy.
Good to know.. I thought i was holding up the book due to me slacking and having writers block but i can definatly get it to you before the end of the month and this time I mean it (no more slacking!)
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September 2nd, 2014, 03:53
Anyone remembers Johnny L. Wilson, editor in chief of CGW during the late-80's & early 90's?

He agreed to help with the book.

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September 2nd, 2014, 03:54
That's impressive. I enjoyed that guy's articles back in the day.

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September 17th, 2014, 00:02
Felipe Pepe at Kotaku:

Jason Schreier:
This guy is compiling a digital book that will review over 280 computer RPGs—and when it's done, you can get it for free. Developers like Obsidian's Chris Avellone have already agreed to participate. "The book is going well, but I need some spotlight to travel into the far reaches of the internet and reach fans with stories to tell," curator Felipe Pepe tells Kotaku. You can see some sample reviews here, and keep track of his progress on Google Docs.
The first sample reviews look beautiful and are an interesting read as well!

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September 17th, 2014, 00:41
"Curator" sounds so weird in portuguese… but YES, first press coverage after 5 months trying!

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September 17th, 2014, 00:50
Just a reminder:
Some Watchers (including me) have not finished their articles yet…

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