Issue 438
May 10th, 2014
Bethesda has confirmed that the console version of Elder Scrolls Online will be delayed until sometime in late 2014. The delay was explained as a way to give the development team more time to adjust the title to the unique aspects of integrating systems to a console.
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Carbine Studios is dusting off the lore behind WildStar in preparation for today's start of the open beta. Fans of the game who missed earlier closed beta events will have ten days and thirty levels to explore. Check out the new video and let us know what you think.
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Ubisoft's Child of Light is an experiment of sorts from the company known best for churning out Assassin's Creed every year. Based on the same UbiArt Framework that classic platformer Rayman uses, Child of Light is a side-scrolling, 2D (but gorgeously rendered) turn-based RPG about a girl who dies and winds up trapped in the fantasy world of Lemuria, striving desperately to get back to her grieving father.
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Every time we talk to a veteran fan of the genre, chances are, they've heard of - and greatly appreciate - They offer a comprehensive coverage that is unparalleled, and the community they've cultivated and fostered is extremely passionate. Such a knowledgeable and loyal readership is indicative of a site's dedication and quality, we always say.
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Tyranids. To the veteran Warhammer 40K player the name inspires chills down the spine, a combination of awe and trepidation; and why? The Tyranids are an alien race from beyond the known galaxy. They arrived in this galaxy in 745 M41, along the Eastern Fringes, and since then their dreaded Hive Fleets have infested planet after planet. Once these planets have been stripped of their bio-matter the invasive Hive moves on, leaving behind a despoiled husk, incapable of supporting life.
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Grand Fantasia is a free-to-play 3D fantasy MMORPG from X-Legend Entertainment and Aeria Games. The game is set in the magical-fantasy world of Saphael, which has been ripped by war and left to rebuild. Players take the role of young heroes descended from the old "Sprite Messengers" who once sought to bring balance and peace via connection to the old ways.
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