Issue 425
February 1st, 2014
Preorders for Bethesda's Elder Scrolls Online have finally opened. According to the ESO site, a digital standard edition of the game can be purchased for $59.99, the Imperial digital edition for $79.99.
Both editions include five days of early access and 30 days game time. The Imperial edition also allows players to game as an Imperial, includes a mount, pet, a pair of rings, the ability to "transmog" into Imperial armor and gives players an Imperial crafting set.
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According to multiple sources, including Norwegian government sources, the Oslo offices of Funcom, developers of Age of Conan and The Secret World, are currently being raided by local police as part of an investigation into possible stock market irregularities during, or slightly before, the launch of The Secret World in the summer of 2012.
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Sony Online Entertainment has made no bones about the fact that EverQuest Next: Landmark is going to be something special and a true sandbox title that will cater to a huge variety and type of MMO player. We had the opportunity to spend time as the first alpha group in EQN:L and for a chance to chat with the developers about the game that kicks off the Founders Alpha later today. The most pervasive thought is that there truly is something for everyone in SOE's most ambitious game to date.
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During yesterday's AMA with SOE President John Smedley with specific regard to the recent game closures, Smed let loose that a new 'as yet unannounced' title is in the works and is dedicated to Star Wars Galaxies fans and former players.
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Have you ever wanted to play an MMORPG as the bad guy rather than the hero? That is the promise of Inferno Legend, a browser based game from GameBox. Inferno Legend offers turn-based tactical combat that harkens back to console RPGs from days long gone by. Does Inferno Legend live up to its marketing promise of being an "MMO-Devil-RPG!"? Does it successfully overcome the limitations of the web browser window to create an immersive world of dirty deeds done dirt cheap?
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EverQuest Next: Landmark developed and published by Sony Online Entertainment is a free to play MMORPG alongside EverQuest Next Players can head into the world of EverQuest Next: Landmark and let their imagination run free building whatever they so choose. The ForgeLight Engine allows for players to have the tools they need to build houses, stores, villages, and even giant Landmarks cooperating with others.
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