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Conquer Online : Asian MMO Pays Tribute to Bruce Lee

Posted Sep 20, 2014 by Neilie Johnson

Bruce Lee has fans in both hemispheres, and his legacy as a martial artist as as strong as ever. In light of that, TQ Digital Entertainment is bringing the spirit of Bruce Lee into its fantasy MMO Conquer Online.

New playable Bruce Lee-like character Lee-Long (whose name means "The Power of the Dragon") will soon be making his appearance although TQ has yet to offer any specific details regarding how or where. All they'll say at this point is:

"Many companies have put him in games to salute him, but there was no one putting his elements into an MMORPG," said the CO team, "As a popular Oriental Fantasy MMORPG in North America, and with the elements of martial arts and the Dragon combined, Conquer Online has the responsibility to create a character to show our respect to Bruce Lee."

To see how TQ brought Lee-Long to life, check out the video below.

Roblox : Founder and Rockstar Creator Turn BLOX Into Bucks

Posted Sep 20, 2014 by Neilie Johnson

This week's Microsoft $2.5 billion buyout of Minecraft made the appeal of the sandbox genre crystal clear; in light of that, is it any wonder game developers big and small are trying to get in on the action?  Quickly gaining ground in sandbox enthusiasts' collective consciousness is ROBLOX Corporation and its attendant online entertainment site,

Read more of Neilie Johnson's ROBLOX: Founder and Rockstar Creator Turn BLOX Into Bucks.

World of Tanks : New Rally Mode Coming September 29th

Posted Sep 20, 2014 by Neilie Johnson

This September, World of Tanks' new Tank Rally mode will set tank drivers on an explosive, hazard-ridden track. In a setup that sounds like some kind of heavily armored Mario Kart, teams of three will race each other to a single control point, doing the best they can to blow each other up along the way.

The track (which is set on a revamped version of the Port map) will challenge gamers' driving and combat skills with ramps and other obstacles. The only tank available in this mode will be the custom M24 Chaffee Sport (free to all registered players) and winners will earn a special medal, "Racer 2014" as well as a series of additional combat missions.

Interested competitors note - the new Tank Rally mode is only available from September 29th to October 12th.

Elsword : PvP Season 3 and Character Balance Improvements

Posted Sep 20, 2014 by Neilie Johnson

KOG Games has been renovating PvP in its fantasy MMO Elsword, and that means every character's effectiveness has been tweaked. It also means more experience from PvP and better congruity between classes and gear.

The new Rank Gauge lets players see their status as they progress, and multiple Skill Tree pages let them shift strategies between dungeons and PvP.  Other features of the revamp include:

  • New stat buffs and additions
  • New ability to select up to three map exceptions
  • New Block Chat
For a full list of the changes, visit Elsword's Masters of the Arena page.

Shroud of the Avatar : Portalarium Begins Steam Greenlight Campaign

Posted Sep 19, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Portalarium has sent word that it has started a Steam Greenlight campaign to see Shroud of the Avatar to the digital platform. Players are invited to visit the Greenlight page and vote for Shroud of the Avatar.

We have yet to work out the details with Steam but our plan would be to give our backers Steam Keys to play the game on Steam if they request it so that they won't have to repurchase the product on Steam. We have seen several other products do this so we do not anticipate this being an issue.

If SotA passes the Greenlight process and becomes available on Steam, our current thinking is to offer a version of the game priced at the low end of our current pledges, that includes:

  • Digital download of the game (Episode 1)
  • Alpha + Beta access

Check out the Shroud of the Avatar Steam Greenlight page for more information.

Life is Feudal : Now Available Via Steam

Posted Sep 19, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Life is Feudal is now available on Steam. Players can get early access to the game for $39.99 and allows players to have input with developers to make improvements and suggestions for the forthcoming sandbox title.

In this game players can create and host their own servers that can hold up to 64 players. They can create different server types, enforce their own rules and create their own settings regarding nearly every aspect of the gameplay, which will allow every server hoster to provide a unique game experience for their players.

While the map in Life is Feudal: Your Own is limited to one island of a size 3 x 3km, do not be misguided, travelling from one end of the map to another may provide a real challenge. This game will provide a lot of exciting opportunities for many different types of players.

Check out the Life is Feudal Steam page.

Destiny : Events Announced

Posted Sep 19, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Bungie has announced specifics about a pair of events, the first of which begins today. Two other events are revealed sans details. Check out the image below.


Strife : A Sneak Peek at Upcoming Heroes

Posted Sep 19, 2014 by Suzie Ford

The Strife team has released a brand new video to give players a sneak peek at heroes to be added to the game in the near future. Check it out and begin making plans for your next shot at dominance.

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn : The State of Eorzea's Housing

Posted Sep 19, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Today we’ll be discussing the Great Eorzean Housing Crisis. We’ll be tackling what happened, what went wrong, and what Square Enix is doing to lessen the sting individual housing news has brought.

Read more of Victor Barreiro Jr.'s Final Fantasy XIV: The State of Eorzea's Housing.

Elite: Dangerous : Beta 2 Dated for September 30th

Posted Sep 19, 2014 by Suzie Ford

In celebration of the original Elite's anniversary, Frontier Development has announced that the second beta phase for Elite: Dangerous will commence beginning Tuesday, September 30th. The team has provided a long list of features players can expect in Beta 2.

  • Elite: Dangerous 'Beta 2' is a major gameplay upgrade to the Beta:
  • Combat ratings from ‘Harmless’ all the way up to ‘Elite’.
  • Reputations per system and galaxy-wide that influence attitudes and prices offered to you.
  • Ability to discover and explore and scan new systems and sell the data on them.
  • Detailed system maps.
  • Around 500 additional star systems to explore.
  • Lakon Asp Explorer ships added.
  • Much greater variety of upgradable Life Support modules, Engines, Hyperdrives, Power Distributors, Sensors, Shield Generators and Cargo Racks for all ships.
  • Ships are subject to gradual ‘wear and tear’.
  • New weapons including mines and a new non-lethal missile-deployed cargo hatch disruptor for piracy.
  • Outposts (small, exposed ‘roadside café’ stations in remote locations)
  • Occelus starports, a version of which can move around for early civilization of new systems and space tourism.
  • Visibility of other ships in supercruise, and track others through supercruise and hyperspace.
  • Newsfeeds about events from the rest of the galaxy and player activity in your local system.
  • All backers names (from the appropriate crowd-funding reward tiers) have been added to the NPC naming database.

Find out more on the Elite: Dangerous page.

General : Why Do You Craft?

Posted Sep 19, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Crafting has never been one of my favorite things to do in MMOs.  I spent an inordinate amount of time mining and engineering in vanilla World of Warcraft, and put about the same effort into Prospecting and Tinkering in The Lord of the Rings Online.  There are probably a handful of other MMORPGs that I’m forgetting in which I’ve given crafting a college try, and I certainly at least dabble in different professions whenever I play a new game.  Heck, I even (completely ridiculously) fully committed to Fable 2’s crafting minigame, and did my best to keep up with Alchemy and Smithing in Skyrim.

Read more of Som Pourfarzaneh's Why Do You Craft?

Wasteland 2 : Trion's Glyph Hosting the Game with Perks

Posted Sep 19, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Trion's Glyph gaming platform is now host to Wasteland 2. The Glyph version of the game includes bonuses in the form of a copy of Wasteland 1, a copy of The Bard's Tale, and two free digital novellas set in the Wasteland universe.

The Wasteland 2 Digital Glyph Edition includes the following:

  • A free copy of Wasteland - The Original Classic
  • A free copy of The Bard's Tale
  • Two digital novellas set in The Wasteland world
  • Mark Morgan's Wasteland 2 original sound track in digital format
  • An incredible digital concept art book showcasing many of the world's characters and environments

Find out more on the Glyph Wasteland 2 page.

Wakfu : Official Release Date on Steam Arrives for US Players

Posted Sep 19, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Wakfu is now officially part of the US Steam family of PC titles as of today, Friday, September 19th. Players that previously had a desktop copy of the game will find updated graphics and a new subscription free experience.

In addition, Booster Packs are available in WAKFU for purchase using in-game currency to provide experience boosts, increased item drops and other convenience features. There are three levels of Booster packs, each lasting for a different period of time:

  • One-day Booster Packs
    • o   5% increase to experience and Kamas at the end of combat
    • o   Fill HP gauge more quickly
    • o   Share items with all characters of same account
    • o   XP Bonus re-roll
  • Seven-day Booster Packs
    • o   10% increase to experience and Kamas at the end of combat
    • o   Fill HP gauge more quickly
    • o   Share items with all characters of same account
    • o   XP Bonus re-roll
  • 30-day Booster Packs
    • o   15% increase to experience and Kamas at the end of combat
    • o   Fill HP gauge more quickly
    • o   Share items with all characters of same account
    • o   XP Bonus re-roll

Get started on the Wakfu Steam page.

Destiny : Review in Progress Part 2

Posted Sep 19, 2014 by Suzie Ford

After my initial reluctance to play through Old Russia for the fourth time I found myself genuinely enjoying Bungie’s new game Destiny. You can read my thoughts on my time on Earth and my frustrations with the social systems in last week’s review in progress. In this week’s I’ll talk about my impressions while traversing the Moon and Venus and knocking on the door of Mars.

Read more of Rob Lashley's Destiny: Review In Progress Part 2.

Pirate101 : Grizzly Beast Gift Pack Giveaway!

Posted Sep 19, 2014 by Craig McGregor

In celebration of "Talk Like a Pirate Day" - has been given special Grizzly Beast gift pack codes that will give you one or more in game prizes for free! Get your gift key now while supplies last!

These codes award one of ten items from the Grizzly Beast Pack (or there is a rare chance at winning a Grizzly Beast Pack itself)

  • Bronze Trophy (vendor sellable treasure)
  • Silver Trophy (vendor sellable treasure)
  • Gold Trophy (vendor sellable treasure)
  • Paw of Braxus (Eyepatch)
  • Skull & Crossbuns (Pet Snack)
  • PollyCrackers (Pet Snack)
  • Squeaking Piggle toy (Housing Item)
  • Whack-A-Pirate (Housing Item)
  • Skull Island Pavilion (Housing Item)
  • Hoggle (Pet)
  • Pack itself

Wasteland 2 : It's All About the Nostalgia

Posted Sep 19, 2014 by Suzie Ford

The year was 1988. I was 12 years old and I lived on my Commodore 64. A handful of groundbreaking games were released that year, including King's Quest IV, Bard's Tale III, Ultima V, and Pool of Radiance.  It was an important time for the RPG genre, but no single game meant more to me than Interplay's Wasteland.

Read more of Shawn Schuster's Wasteland 2: It's All About the Nostalgia.

Wasteland 2 : Release Day Arrives

Posted Sep 19, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Fans of "old school" RPGs will want to check out today's official release of Wasteland 2. The Wasteland series is the predecessor to the Fallout series. Wasteland 2 was one of the first successfully crowd-sourced games made.

Brian Fargo of inXile Entertainment said: “I’m very proud of the final game and the fine work the team at inXile did on Wasteland 2. It’s been one helluva journey over the last few years, with this game being one of the biggest RPGs I have worked on to date and certainly the most detailed. We estimate a solid 70 hours+ of gameplay and, even at that, you will miss much of the content on your first play-through by virtue of the depth of the design. It's difficult to express just how re-playable it is.  Areas, options and story lines are continually opened up and closed off based on your actions, making it almost impossible to play the same game twice. It's going to be quite entertaining for us to hear people describe their contrasting experiences online. My goal with Wasteland 2 was to over deliver on expectations for this game, and I believe we’ve done that. Long live the CRPG!”

Grab a copy via the Wasteland 2 Steam page.

Pathfinder Online : Alpha Stress Test Announced

Posted Sep 18, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Open, Explorer, Early and Alpha access patrons (and anyone who already has an alpha invite) for Pathfinder Online will get a chance to see the game first hand thanks to the just-announced alpha stress test that is supposed to take place on Monday, September 22nd.

Following this update we are going to open the game (but NOT the forums - see below) to all players that have Open, Explorer, Early and Alpha access (and of course all the people who have received Alpha invites will continue to have access).  Our plan is to open the system to these new players on Monday September 22nd.

We need to test the system under the kinds of loads that we'll experience when Early Enrollment begins, but we also want to avoid a situation where 7,000+ people all try to log in at the same moment.

We will send an email via our MailChimp mailing system with details on how to access the Alpha Stress Test to all Open, Explorer and Early Enrollment accounts when the server has been updated and those accounts are able to log in. These emails come from so please make sure that address is whitelisted in your email system.

Read the full notice on the Pathfinder Online site that also includes news about the forum issues players have been experiencing lately, changes to ranged combat, PvP in alpha and more.

ArcheAge : Scott Hartsman on the State of the Game - Week 1

Posted Sep 18, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Trion CEO Scott Hartsman has taken to the ArcheAge forums to talk about the state of the game a mere two days after the game opened up for all players. In the letter, he discusses server capacity, the addition of more hardware, how the team is taking proactive steps agains AFKers, the need for more and better communication and how customer service will be taking it up a notch.

2) Note that we've been more aggressively sweeping AFKers, even manually when needed. For example, while we had said during beta that we were tentatively tolerant of with AFK mount riding, we'd be keeping an eye out to see if it became a problem. Well, it's officially a problem when actual players who will be playing can't get in.

If you're not actively playing, please do be aware that you might not be there when you get back. Of course, while we do appreciate creative justifications such as "I am merely celebrating the excitement of launch by exercising my steed in a circular pattern for an extended period of time," those will still earn a quick trip to desktop.

We're also going to be setting up a more aggressive AFK timer as is suited to an over-popular launch, and ensuring that there are fewer ways to get around it. Again, this is all to create the greatest opportunity to get active human beings into the game.

Read the full letter on the ArcheAge forum.

Thanks WNxbadboy3 for the tip!

Champions Online : Steel Crusade Launches

Posted Sep 18, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios have announced that the latest content update for Champions Online has been released. Called "Steel Crusade", players will find Millennium City under attack by Mechanon.

Mechanon is a robot supervillain determined to eradicate all organic life. Heroes will explore new areas, investigate Mechanon's nanorobot virus, and take the fight to Mechanon's orbital satellite.

With three new instances, the new United Nations Tribunal on International Law (UNTIL) Space Station mission hub, a Reawakened Automaton Archetype, and more, players new and old will want to take part in these fresh adventures in Champions Online.

Read more on the Champions Online site.

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