Issue 502
August 9th, 2015
Chris Roberts and the Star Citizen team showed off a demo that builds on the Arena Commander module. To best explain it, a video was produced to show multi-crew ships that will house all of the pals of a player's pilot. See what you think and leave us your comments.
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With today's World of Warcraft expansion announcement of Legion, we have a full report of what we know so far. Check out the synopsis of the big press announcement from earlier today and then leave us your thoughts and impressions in the comments.
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I want to play Skyforge. But when I do play it, I immediately regret my decision. It's at once both a fun game and a frustrating mess, and I can't stress enough that everyone try it for themselves. For some of you in trying Skyforge, you've found a new go-to game. For others, you've learned precisely what you do not want from this genre. Me? I've learned that I want some of what Skyforge does, while loathing other aspects.
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World of Warcraft subscriptions have plummeted to 5.6 million in Quarter 2, down from 7.1 million in Quarter 1. This reflects a loss of nearly half the subscribers from the launch of Warlords of Draenor in November 2014 when numbers soared over the 10 million mark, and over 1.5 million subscriptions lost since the last financial report was released earlier this year. Even the WoW token could not stave off subscriber loss after being introduced in Spring 2015.
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During Gamescom this week, our own Gareth Harmer had the opportunity to interview Executive Producer and World of Warcraft Vice President J. Allen Brack to talk more about the Legion expansion. We've got some terrific new information to share.
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Project: Gorgon is a fantasy MMO for people who like exploration. Players adventure in a world full of intricate game systems and immersive NPCs. There are no classes or character levels, just hundreds and hundreds of skills to discover. Create your own fighting style, then delve into lost dungeons full of traps, puzzles, and terrifying bosses! Or set up shop in town and make a name for yourself as a master craftsman. Or why not both? The world is yours to tame.
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