Issue 448
July 19th, 2014
Not only is ESO proving to have retained nearly 800,000 subscribers through June, but apparently SWTOR, LotRO, and TERA (even Lineage) are all doing quite well as well according to new research from SuperData. Read on for details.
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Hearthstone's first 'adventure', Curse of Naxxramas, is set to be released on Tuesday, July 22nd. Naxxramas will be released episodically, with one wing per week for five weeks hitting live service. The first wing, The Arachnid Quarter, will be free to play for the launch event, scheduled to last approximately a month.
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In one of our other columns, we asked a rather heated question, is ESO Dying? This is a question we get asked a lot. Another question we get asked is going to be the focus of this column. Is The Elder Scrolls Online worth buying?
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Motiga has finally unveiled the game that the development team has been working on lately. Called "Gigantic", the game places teams of players with a massive guardian in a no-holds-barred fight for supremacy.
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Over the last decade, turn-based battlers seemed to fall out of style. RPG developers moved further and further from their roots, adding in layers of complexity; paradigm shifts, action-combat, dynamic combos - answers to questions many gamers had never asked. Things have changed.
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Firefall is an upcoming free-to-play MMOFPS from Red 5 Studios, with highly stylized artwork and an emphasis on tactical combat. The game sets players in a world torn apart by the Melding, an energy storm that has spawned monsters called the Chosen. Players must now band together to collect resources, build weapons and vehicles, and utilize special nanotechnology armor suits called Battleframes to fight against the Chosen and reclaim the earth.
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