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‘Futurama’ Cast Returns For New Game ‘Worlds Of Tomorrow’
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It’s been about three and a half years now since we last saw a new episode of Futurama, and there’s no signs of Comedy Central or Netflix or anyone else bringing it back to life anytime soon.

But all is not lost. There are other ways to get your fix on the way. A new mobile game titled Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow has been announced, and it will feature the original voice cast and writers returning to help to make it the best experience we could hope for short of actually getting new episodes.

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Building The Ultimate ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ Table (Video)
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Dungeons and Dragons Super-Fan Table Build

AWE me is known for YouTube series like Man at Arms (and Reforged) and DIY Prop Shop. They also do a series called Super-Fan Builds in which they create unbelievable creations for the biggest fans of various things.

In their most recent episode, a ridiculous Dungeons & Dragons gaming table is built for one D&D megafan. It includes a huge tabletop screen for changing maps, a Dungeon Master station, adventurer stations including tablets, and more.

You can see how it looks in the video below.

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Book Review: Art Of Atari
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Art of Atari review

Art of Atari
Hardcover | Kindle
Written by Tim Lapetino
Foreword by Ernest Cline
Afterword by Robert V. Conte
Dynamite Entertainment
Publication Date: October 25, 2016

Art of Atari, a lavish book which covers all things visually historic and celebratory regarding the storied, pioneering video game company, is out in bookstores now, and without question, if there ever was a must-have book for the video game zealot, the pop culture maven, or the scores of gamers in between, this is it.

Absolutely essential from cover to cover and irresistible in its one-two dazzling punch with its presentment of facts and a literal overstuffed yet 100 percent effective usage of photos containing pretty much every single facet of the company’s output that required some sort of art, Art of Atari leaves no stone un-turned, not even the most minute pebble. From the packaging of the boxes for its line of 2600 VCS games to the sides and front of its successful and now almost legendary line of arcade coin-op games, and advertisements that stretched from stark simple white background designs with a spectrum of colorful game boxes to the most rebel rousing and sensory lifting art of the highest caliber, it’s all showcased this hardcover tome, and then some.

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Holiday Geek Gift Guide 2016: Video Games
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Holiday Video Game Gift Guide 2016

When it comes to buying gifts for the video game lovers in your life, there’s always a variety of options to choose from. The only real difficulty, if they haven’t given you a list of things they want, is figuring out whether or not they already own something you’re thinking about getting them.

Before you go hiring a private investigator to find out what they already have, allow me to present to you the Geeks of Doom Holiday Geek Gift Guide 2016: Video Games edition. Below you’ll find a selection of some of the best game titles 2016 had to offer, as well as some other gaming goodies, to help you zero in on some gift buying ideas.

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Book Review: Dungeons & Dragons: Dungeonology
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Dungeons & Dragons: Dungeonology
Written by Matt Forbeck
Illustrations by Matt Forbeck
Candlewick Press
Release Date: October 21, 2016
Cover Price: $24.99

Once upon a time, I was the manager of a Waldenbooks. It was a magical time that spanned nearly a decade and included some of the greatest moments of my life. I loved discussing books with my patrons and always made time to introduce people to new authors and genres. But far surpassing all of that was watching children discover a love of reading. Some were encouraged by family while others found it on their own. Towards the end of that era, a new type of book was finding its way onto bookshelves across the land: the ‘Ology series. It started simply enough, appealing to the general public with enough interactive items within its pages that it created a niche with readers. Unabated, this trend has diversified enough that we have been given something I never thought I would see: Dungeons & Dragons: Dungeonology, a Forgotten Realms ‘Ology. If I wasn’t forty-six, I would probably squee with delight.

Nevermind, it happened anyway.

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The Drill Down 430: WWDC & E3 2016
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This week, the internet is legally free for all, but not for Gawker, Microsoft buys LinkedIn, and all the latest from Apple‘s Worldwide Developers Conference and the Electronic Entertainment Expo…and much more!

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Kickstarter Spotlight: A Different Free To Play ‘Fable’ Game
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Fable Fortune Kickstarter

A few months back now the gaming world was shocked by the news that Microsoft had decided to close down the game studio behind the beloved Fable franchise, Lionhead Studios, and cancel the latest game in the series, Fable Legends.

But, as it turns out, Legends was not the only project that was being worked on by Lionhead. A much smaller unannounced game titled Fable Fortune was also being developed. But instead of just tossing it in the garbage, as appears to be the fate of Legends, Microsoft granted permission to those who were developing it to continue working on it under their own new studio, Flaming Fowl Studios. To gather the funds for what could be the last Fable game we see in a long time, they’re looking to fans on Kickstarter. Continue below for more info and to see their pitch video, as well as some gameplay videos.

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The Drill Down 427: Peter Thiel, We ♥ You (Don’t Sue)!
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This week, we’re once again joined by Greg Davies, host of Blendover and Heavy Metal Historian podcasts (and of course the TARDISBlend podcast hosted here at Geeks of Doom) as we discuss Uber tests autonomous cars, Twitter lets you tweet longer, Google’s modular phone Project Ara, will Apple become the next Blackberry, are crime algorithms racist? And why you shouldn’t piss off Peter Thiel  …and much more!

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Game Review: Tak: A Beautiful Game
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Tak: A Beautiful Game

Tak is an “abstract strategy” board game in the traditions of Chess and Go, based on a fictional game mentioned in Patrick Rothfuss’s Kingkiller Chronicle novel series. It was developed by James Ernest and Rothfuss for Cheapass Games, and is right now enjoying the home stretch of a massively successful Kickstarter campaign.

It should come as no surprise that the game surpassed its $50,000 funding goal almost instantly, currently topping off at more than ten times that number. A legion of loyal fans clamors for anything even peripherally related to Rothfuss’s epic fantasy saga about a multi-talented liar who falls backwards into legend status on the road to avenging his family’s murder.

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Your Watch Has Begun. Blizzard’s ‘Overwatch’ Launches Open Beta
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Overwatch Characters

As Overwatch inches closer and closer to it’s late May release date, the time has finally arrived for the final beta test of the product. May 5th through 9th, players on PC, PS4, and XBOne can play the game for free. And as a small bonus, Blizzard posted shortly ago that the servers are live already, so players can start downloading and protecting the Earth.

More below.

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