iTabletop Pandoren Virtual Table Top has released a video newsletter giving an update on developement and a honest pitch to sign up new lifetime members for the service for 25 bucks. I have a minor quible, and that is the insinuation that the other paid to play VTTs charge for upgrades / updates to the software. I can only speak for Fantasy Grounds, Klooge and Battlegrounds RPG, but I've never been charged for an update to the software from any of these companies.
That being said, the video is a fine demo of the video quality of the iTabletop Pandoren software. I think Paladin would have been better served if he devoted a minute or two to the actual use of the software in play, especially as the video link was sent out to over 3,000 members of the forums, many of whom signed up and rarely (I suspect), if ever, returned. Such is the nature of the internet. To see iTabletop Pandoren in action, go here and try the video links. (Paladin, if you are reading this... the site upgrade looks awesome).
Full disclosrure: I own one of the earlier lifetime memberships (that gave 10 floating licenses) and gifted two. So, in for a penny, in for a pound and all that. Then again, I own a Battlegrounds RPG license with 5 floaters, a Klooge license with 6 floaters, and a Fantasy Grounds Ultimate Licesne with unlimited floaters. I'm kinda commited to Virtual Table Tops in general ;)
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