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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Just some news....

It's been a busy week.  The update, conjunction with the new Cyberpunk 2077 forums has had my inbox pretty flooded.  I have been posting at the new forum prolifically, and there are a bunch of pretty cool cats there.  If you are interested at all in Cyberpunk 2020, or the upcoming video game based off of it, you should swing by. 

One of the guys there, a musician who goes by the name Abducted By Sharks, gave me a free copy of his album Generic Dystopian City, which is actually some pretty damn good stuff.  It's instrumental, kind of  techno ambient, and makes a perfect selection of background music for your cyberpunk games.  Dark, moody, and just a little bit ominous. It can really set a mood.  The City Reveals itself is my favorite track.  He should try selling it on Drivethrurpg.net... in fact I think I will try and convince him that this is a good idea. He is working on a new album apparently, and the exposure can only help.

I have also been working on the update for Miracle Mile, which is coming along quite nicely.  Its nice not to have to write pages and pages of fluff for a bit.  I mean each vehicle gets its own little bit of description, but that stuff is cake after the Combat Zone Guide.

I was recently interviewed by Moe Porne and Douglas Tilley of the No Budget Nightmares podcast on Daily Grindhouse.com.  Not for anything related to Cyberpunk, but because back when I lived in Kansas City, I worked with a ridiculously low budget film crew cranking out some truly awful horror films, which somehow have earned themselves a minor cult following.  It's true, I am on IMDB and everything, and I didn't even put myself there.  They sought me out on facebook a while back and I gave a phone interview for their 30th episode extravaganza.  I felt honored, and it was a blast to reminisce about those days, where we had far far more fun than common sense.  And as bad as the movies were, and they are truly awful, it was some of the most fun I ever had in my life.As a result, they helped me get back in touch with Todd Sheets, who even invited me back up to KC for a cameo in his latest project.  I would love to do that, but being unemployed it's probably doubtful I will be able to make it.   But it felt great to be asked.  Thanks again guys. You ever wanna know anything else, feel free to ask.

Finally yes, I know the archive is still down... I am working on it. 

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