PORT CHARLOTTE — Spring training is not only about working on pitches and swings in the exhibition games, but also experimenting with routine. And new Rays right-hander Emilio Pagan felt he made a … Read the original article.
Pagan is one of the leading contenders for the Rays’ final bullpen spot, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports. “He’s had a good spring,” manager Kevin Cash said. “I think we knew what we were getting when … Read the original article.
We got the chance to sit down with the team from Pagan Online to go over some of the updates on the game making waves in the action RPG space. In a genre which continues to innovate and bring players … Read the original article.
Wargaming, most famous for its collection of free-to-play war games (unsurprisingly), is doing something a little different. After looking through around one hundred games over eighteen months … Read the original article.
Wargaming has been known as a free-to-play publisher. The company has made a name for itself with titles such as “World of Tanks” and other military-themed efforts. But recently, it has made an effort … Read the original article.
The following is a guest post The Pagan Bookshelf: Black Voices By Lisa Jade. Reflecting on Black History Month (BHM), I notice that as often happens, writers will highlight black authors and … Read the original article.
I’ve long been a fan of the Runespells series, which I’m sure everyone knows by now. I happened to get in on the ground floor just after the first volume, Too Wyrd, came out. This one is the best yet! … Read the original article.
“Pagan Online” subverts assumptions on just about every level. It’s a high-fantasy action role-playing game owned and being developed with Wargaming, the Belarusian video game company not … Read the original article.
Pagan Online brings qualities of various favorite loot rpg games but with a tactical twist in its movement system. Combat, loot, and an electric boss fight at the end are all included in this … Read the original article.
As we reported last month, the Easton Porter Group has officially split up the downtown restaurant-venue complex at 103 Spring Street into two concepts: Cannon Green and Wild Common. Cannon Green … Read the original article.