Issue 458
September 21st, 2014
The latest WildStar State of the Game letter has been published on the official site. In it, the team acknowledges that there are issues of grave concern to the playerbase, reassures the community that the development team is listening, and outlines several key areas that will be improved going forward.
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In an interview with Polygon, Blizzard co-founder and CEO Mike Morhaime revealed the news that Project Titan has been canceled after seven years. Morhaime went on to say that Titan's development never found its 'spark' and that the team felt that the game was not something it wanted to continue.
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You are brought back from the dead in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. This could be the plot for any number of science fiction movies or novels but it's the start to Bungie's highly anticipated new intellectual property Destiny.
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Sony Online Entertainment's former International Brand Manager has finally written about why he left the company so abruptly a week ago. According to Omeed Dariani, he left as a result of failing to communicate his notion that "community first" is the way to go to build brand recognition for Everquest Next and Landmark.
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Yesterday's announcement that Blizzard had canceled Project Titan after over seven years in development spelled a big moment in the MMO genre's history, perhaps one that many may have overlooked. Consider this: When even Blizzard takes a step back from developing what was undoubtedly a 'traditional' MMO, the development world and the player base sit up and take notice.
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EverQuest II is Sony Online Entertainment's premier hybrid membership MMORPG sequel to the original iconic EverQuest, and is set 500 years after that time frame. All the beauty and challenge of EQ may also be found in EQII, along with improved features, deeper adventures, and a friendly community. On its own, EQII also brings a beautiful and dangerous world, complete with exciting and engaging locations, battles, quests, and achievements. And it may all be experienced for free!
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