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Gaming With History

23/01/2017
This article also appears in the February issue of Wargames Illustrated In October 2016 The First Annual Walter Scott Roundtable on the Middle Ages and Popular Culture: Gaming With History was held in Edinburgh, Scotland. We asked the organizer Professor Gianluca Raccagni to tell us what the event was all about, and speaker and Games Designer Dan Mersey to summarize...
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