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Jun 29, 2014 Newsletter

General -  Newsletter

In Issue 445 of the Newsletter, we look at TERA: Rising and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Jun 27, 2014 by Michael Bitton

Entropy: A Game for the Future Based on the Best of the Past

General -  Interview

Entropy Online is a game that has its roots in the best space games of yore, including Elite and the X-Wing series. Entropy, however, aims to bring free-form sandbox play to space with hundreds of solar systems, a three faction struggle between megacorporations and much, much more. We had the chance to interview lead designer Andy Butcher about a recent (and included!) developer interview all about Entropy. Check it out!Posted Jun 27, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Review in Progress #3

WildStar -  Editorial

Next week, we’ll finally slap a score on our WildStar review. I can already taste the disgruntled sentiment of some readers, the tears of joy from others, and the /shrugs of even more. I’m actually running out of things to talk about here, as between myself and our weekly WildStar columnist Gareth Harmer, I feel like we’ve gone over and over pretty much every aspect of the game. Posted Jun 27, 2014 by William Murphy

The Nightmare Tide is Coming In

Rift -  Interview

After two long years of waiting, Trion has finally pulled back the curtain on what’s next for RIFT: Nightmare Tide. Announced during this week’s State of the Game letter, Executive Producer Bill Fisher tantalized fans with hints of what’s to come. With a few hints under our belt, we sat down with Bill, as well as a Lead Content Designer, Mike Daugherty, and Community Manager, Eric “Ocho” Cleaver, to talk about just what players can expect from Nightmare Tide. Posted Jun 27, 2014 by Christopher Coke

Our First Look from E3

World of Speed -  Preview

Hello everyone and welcome back to should be my last recap article from E3 before I get back to my regularly scheduled weekly column. I think next week I’ll focus on all the information pouring out of the Goblinworks camp about the Pathfinder Online alpha. But until then let us talk about another ground breaking MMORPG, World of Speed, only in this game instead of taking your avatar and picking up mighty weapons and slaying prime evils you… race cars?Posted Jun 27, 2014 by Robert Lashley

Dungeon of the Endless Preview

Dungeon of the Endless -  Preview

Dungeon of the Endless is a bit of a mind-bender to describe. In fact, when I first heard of it, I had trouble conceptualizing what the game even was. A rogue-like melded with tower defense? What does that even look like? If ever there were two genres I didn’t expect to meet, those were it. Imagine my surprise when I found that it’s also a full-fledged RPG with definite RTS leanings. Mind. Blown.Posted Jun 27, 2014 by Christopher Coke

Eorzea, My Grandest Company

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn -  Column

Let’s welcome back the Final Fantasy XIV column to by getting everyone up to speed with Patch 2.3: Defenders of Eorzea. We’ve got new activities to enjoy, a fearsome primal to defeat, Moogle and Hildibrand goodness to experience, and personal chambers to decorate with awesome crafted goodies.Posted Jun 27, 2014 by Victor Barreiro Jr.

World War Machine - Wall-E with Missiles & Laser Guns

General -  Preview

Imagine Wall-E all amped up with missiles and laser guns. Imagine a post nuclear world where human survived by putting their thoughts into robots to survive. Enter the landscape of World War Machine. We got the chance to sit down with the demo and fans of action RPGs like Diablo will not be disappointed in this game. Posted Jun 26, 2014 by Garrett Fuller

Project Zomboid -- A Steam Summer Sale Gem

General -  Column

A bit of peer pressure from my group of friends got me to break down and pick up 7 Days to Die during the sale, but I did not last long with that title. What it did do for me, however, is give me a bit of an itch for a zombie game experience, and that’s when I noticed Project Zomboid on sale for $10. Posted Jun 26, 2014 by Michael Bitton

Wargaming's Archaeological & Historical Projects

World of Tanks -  Interview

Wargaming has been involved in a number of initiatives to conserve and preserve historical vehicles from World War II. We had the distinct privilege to interview Tracy Spaight, the Director of Special Projects at Wargaming to talk about the company's love of history. See what he had to say, as well as take a look at some truly awesome videos and photos of the amazing things Wargaming is doing.Posted Jun 26, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Dude, Where's My Endgame?

Star Wars: The Old Republic -  Column

So, it's been two over two and a half years since Star Wars: the Old Republic launched, and even now, players are asking, 'Dude, where's my endgame?' While BioWare no doubt has better metrics than any of us as to why a number of players rushed to level cap when the game first launched and then wandered off, a common thread to the conversations was that the game launched with no real endgame in place. Posted Jun 26, 2014 by Jean Prior

Release 7 - Housing, Crafting, and More!

Shroud of the Avatar -  Interview

Just got off the horn with Richard Garriott and Starr Long, and thought you all might like some insight into the next release of their awesome new game, Shroud of the Avatar. Richard and Starr are very careful to tell you about how early in the development-cycle they are, but then they go on to tell you about all the great stuff they’re dropping into the game on the next release.Posted Jun 25, 2014 by Red Thomas

For the Emperor - Become a Founder Today

Warhammer 40.000: Eternal Crusade -  Column

In our last article, I mentioned that I had gotten a look at the Founders Program page while it was still being developed, and that I... uhhh, took notes. I had to get confirmation that we could actually use those notes, because, as you know, the Founders Program was pushed back a bit, so that the devs could get it exactly the way they wanted it. I promised that I would preface this sneak peek with the following disclaimer.Posted Jun 25, 2014 by Terry OBrien

Four Updates That Encourage & Raise Questions

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

The Elder Scrolls Online received its latest major content update this week after several smaller fixes and updates. Additionally, June brought another “road ahead” from the team, which, combined with the latest update, look to address some of the game’s ongoing issues, yet also raise some questions (and an eyebrow or two). Posted Jun 25, 2014 by Christina Gonzalez

Exclusive Wounded World Reveal

TERA: Rising -  Interview

En Masse Entertainment is ready to reveal tons of new information about the next TERA Rising content expansion called "Wounded World". We had the opportunity to interview Producer Patrick Sun to find out more about Wounded World and simultaneously scored a world-exclusive first look trailer for The Abscess dungeon. Check it all out after the jump!Posted Jun 25, 2014 by William Murphy

Add, If Madness Were a Weapon

Elsword -  Developer Journal

Hey Gang, GM Moshup here with all the juicy details about the launch of Elsword’s delightfully psychotic new character Add. The 9th playable character in the Elsword lineup, Add pushes the boundaries of genius beyond the brink of insanity. With just a touch of psycho-delirium and a viciously explosive and dynamic skill set, he brings an unexpected transformation to the classic Elsword game experience. Posted Jun 25, 2014 by KOG Games

Know the Strain

WildStar -  Column

WildStar’s first Ultra Drop is all about the Strain. But where did this biological nightmare come from? How was it created, and what can we do to stop it from spreading? In this week’s column, Gareth Harmer tackles all these questions.Posted Jun 25, 2014 by Gareth Harmer

Getting Past the Grind

ArcheAge -  Column

ArcheAge is most definitely a sandbox-flavored MMO. The seas and roads are alive with trade caravans transporting packs of local specialties. Guilds have claimed land, hastily constructed castles and declared war on one another. Most importantly, crafted gear reigns supreme. For some MMO fans, none of that matters. No amount of open-world interactions can prevent ArcheAge from becoming the target of "Korean grinder" criticism. Posted Jun 24, 2014 by Mark Wilhelm

TESO - The Post-E3 Rumor Mill

General -  Column

With the latest iteration of the US trade event having come and gone, it was natural to expect the bump in volume of rumors that has followed. For various reasons, it doesn't seem as pronounced as it once was. Nonetheless, it's still an annual rite. This time, The Elder Scrolls Online has been front and center. Posted Jun 24, 2014 by Richard Aihoshi

Nosgoth: Arena Combat in the World of Kain

General -  Preview

I have some very fond memories of playing through Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Interactive’s Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver in college, and have been wondering for quite a while about the status of the series. As it turns out, Psyonix and Square Enix have been toiling away at a new title, Nosgoth, based on the titular dark fantasy setting, but it’s a bit different from what you might be expecting from a Legacy of Kain game.Posted Jun 24, 2014 by Som Pourfarzaneh