Steampunk News round up 24/02/2015

Hawthorn Building of De Montfort University.
Hawthorn Building of De Montfort University. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Fallout 4: Weapons Are Inspired By Steampunk Designs?
MotoringCrunch
As much as Bethesda would like to keep Fallout 4 a secret, the Fallout fans always manage to find a way to learn more about the upcoming title.

Steampunk ‘invasion’ at National Railway Museum
The Press, York
Recent years have seen more than 100 Steampunk enthusiasts attend the NRM, dressed in a mixture of Victorian finery and mechanical clockwork…

The wicked wit of Victorian parents: The bizarre names of the 19th century
Express.co.uk
The wicked wit of Victorian parents: The bizarre names of the 19th century. JOHNNY Cash sang about A Boy Named Sue, but genealogy experts have…

The Order: 1886 – is this what people want from a new games console?
The Guardian
With its evocative representation of Victorian London, its interesting steampunk narrative and its cinematic sense of scale and pace, The Order: 1886…

The Order: 1886 reviewed — A beautiful, boring disappointment
Washington Post
Such is the allure of the Victorian era that it’s given rise to a branch of science fiction known as steampunk, from which Ready at Dawn‘s PlayStation 4

‘Magic Flute’: Steampunk meets Magritte, 2/27-3/1
azcentral.com
Rigazzi has moved the action to the century after Mozart’s in a pseudo-Victorian fantasia. Hence the steampunk: Think the Robert Downey Jr. version…

The novel twist that puts Leicester at the heart of an author’s steampunk world
Leicester Mercury
Rod Duncan is waiting in reception of the Clephan building at De Montfort University, writes Cat Turnell. The well-travelled author, who’s just finished…

 

 

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