This week, we sit down to look at the Witcher series – please note that this episode serves as merely a brief summary and overall introduction to the series.
This week, the team takes a quick glance at the Fallout universe. As a part of that conversation, we also delve into the history of the Fallout series, from the major installments, the overall timeline, and a brief look at the various major factions which make up the dystopian world.
Expanded notes from Blue on episode 33 of Extra Lore for Fallout
This week, the team takes a quick glance at the world of Cyberpunk 2077 universe. As a part of that the conversation, we also delve into the overall genre of cyberpunk and the history of the Cyberpunk series – so there’s quite a bit to unpack!
Expanded notes from Blue on episode 31 of Extra Lore for Cyberpunk 2077
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Researching and describing details like origins of the planet Nirn, the provinces and races of Tamriel, the timeline of major events, the varying religions and interactions with the Gods of Tamriel, etc. can be a very daunting task for the most experienced lore-master. But it is the purpose of this article and future articles to help bring together information from all the games and create a concise story that anyone can understand and enjoy.
This installment of the Extra Lore series takes the team to a world where players are invited to experience the ultimate hunting experience – a world full of monsters that are as amazingly fascinating as they are dangerous. The Monster Hunter series revolves around nature & discusses the search for balance within this new world – indeed, this balance with nature is one of, if not the, most important themes of the series’ story. However, this series is largely portrayed visually – which, while this medium presents an awesome sense of immersion to the game, it also makes detailed critical analysis frustrating at times. Much of the information in this series is gained through inference of the material offered.