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Rift (Rift)
Trion Worlds | Official Site
MMORPG | Genre:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 03/01/11)  | Pub:Trion Worlds
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Rift Videos: MMOFTW News Recap - October 26th, 2013 (3:44)

In this week's MMOFTW, we learn a few things: what MMO is shutting down in Russia? What MMO composer started a game music superband? And what new feature may be headed to Warcraft? Watch and learn!

In this week's MMOFTW, we learn a few things: what MMO is shutting down in Russia? What MMO composer started a game music superband? And what new feature may be headed to Warcraft? Watch and learn!
Duration: 3:44
Views: 5,345  14 comments
Game: Rift
Direct Link: http://youtu.be/WdtA8s6edrs
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Hultay writes:

*had my fix* 

Time to go to bed happy !

Sat Oct 26 2013 6:21PM Report
Wraithone writes: Now thats interesting... That would certainly stop people from seeing old content that they missed on the way up.  It seems counter productive, but then this is Ghostcrawler, so nothing would really surprise me. Sat Oct 26 2013 8:20PM Report
Wizardry writes:

Not a lot of news i guess.

I felt something was up a long time ago when Trion all a sudden was offering shares up at the very time the game Rift seemed to be dying.We also have sen little of that OTHER Trion game ,that war type game and of course AA has received little to no marketing,i think Trion is simply dying out.

Just when i thought Wow was all but forgotten,i see those hideous graphics and shutter,i was not even sure it was Wow at first,i thought was Diablo or some other cheap overhead view game.

Game music has been ongoing for a very long time,i have tons of saved you tube files of bands or soloists doing game music.Just today i watched several excerpts by a one man band doing FFXIV excerpts,so i don't find it too relevant to hear a band doing it now several years later.

Sadly developers in this genre have killed their own genre,gamer's care less about these games because too many cheap or lazy efforts have been coming out.

I have so little trust in the MMORPG industry now,i find more interest in looking forward to new movies such as the new 300 and Jurassic Park than any game.

Sat Oct 26 2013 8:28PM Report
Scypheroth writes: THANK GOD! Its about time blizzard does something right...one step in the right direction...now to get rid of dungeon finder and they MIGHT get me back... Sat Oct 26 2013 9:02PM Report
Sethalos writes: Wait.  People are still playing World of Grindcraft?  Gluttons for punishment. Sat Oct 26 2013 9:13PM Report
Gravarg writes:

I can't wait for Blizzcon.  It's going to be epic :)

 

Only my 3rd time going, but everytime has been a blast.  I really like the costume contest, and the developer panels.  I hope they show the next expansion for WoW and the new scaling thing would be great.  Make it so you can help your guildmates, without taking all the fun of the old game away.  Running Kara with appropiate stats has been a dream of mine since WotLK came out.  My favorite raid ever, out of any game :D

Sat Oct 26 2013 10:31PM Report
Coldren writes: Personally, I enjoy going back through older content as a higher level player and crushing it. Not sure why I do, but I do.. I would like that scaling to be optional myself. One would assume that if you were to scale back the player, you would have to scale up the reward to match... but assumptions such as that are dangerous. Sun Oct 27 2013 7:17AM Report
AlBQuirky writes: What?  No sound for the part on the group doing covers of game tunes?!?!?  Shame on you :) Sun Oct 27 2013 1:26PM Report
Rhoklaw writes: I don't have a problem with what Blizzard wants to do with scaling players down to the dungeon level they are in, but as someone already stated. WoW is not set up to promote this style of gameplay. For instance, you scale a player down from 90 to 40 to run a level 40 dungeon to make it challenging, but guess what, when the dungeon is over, they are still 90. So are you going to reward that temporary level 40 with level 90 gear that they can actually use or is this so called challenge going to offer no substantial reward for the risk? I guess whatever Blizzard decides to do, it better be close to what GW2 offers otherwise you are probably going to make alienated old content even more alienated. Sun Oct 27 2013 1:56PM Report
Sacria writes: So that's why all the eu servers are suddenly poluted by russians. Thanks for that.... I personally love russians who dont speak English on eu servers (also linking us with french people inside lfg, like really people joining dungeons without knowing tactics is fine, but being forced into a position where you cannot communicate tactics to them because they do not speak english and as a result wipe over and over and over only to kick them and getting another one in their place..........) Sun Oct 27 2013 2:17PM Report
Mitara writes: As always, I think Bill Murphy is HOOOTTT! Sun Oct 27 2013 2:21PM Report
JRRNeiklot writes: Scaling is a good way to get me to stop subscribing.   Sun Oct 27 2013 4:33PM Report
Thorkune writes: You forgot to add Harry Reid to your blame list...just sayin' Sun Oct 27 2013 5:00PM Report
sketocafe writes: I think my last /wowquit took for good but blasting through old content alone or with a friend for transmog stuff was a chore. This may be fun. With changes to abilities and itemization you can never go back to the way it was at first, but this is at least  a start to undoing the affect that constantly raising level caps has in making the majority of the game's content obsolete.  Mon Oct 28 2013 9:09AM Report