I was tempted to a junket with the promise of food and castles and games, and I got to interview the head creator of a new game. Can you spot the typo in the end captions?
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Thrones of Britannia is of course not a history lesson, but a game. However, it is good to see that the creators have clothed the soldiers in period-appropriate clothing, and created the various factions that players can lead by basing them on feasible historical counterparts, albeit with a bit of massaging for the sake of game balance.
This video is not a paid-for advert. I was paid nothing, but was given an appreciated invitation to the event, and had free transport AND food. In this video you will find both criticism and praise for the game, as well as discussion of things that have nothing to do with the game.
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