Issue 503
August 29th, 2015
ArenaNet Tweeted out this morning that the Guild Wars 2 expansion Heart of Thorns will be launching on October 23rd. Game editions run from $49.99 to 99.99.
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CD Projekt Red has sent out an open letter that astonishing fact that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt sold over six million copies in just six weeks since launch.
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Pillars of Eternity, as you might remember from our original review, is an excellent CRPG that hearkens back to the days of Black Isle's best games. With staff from said revered studio and with Obsidian being veteran of the RPG genre, it only makes sense that PoE was so widely anticipated and adored. But can the studio continue the magic with its first major expansion, The White March?
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In the latest salvo fired across the bow of the Roberts Space Industries' ship, Derek Smart has hired the legal firm of De La Pena & Holiday LLP that has sent a letter demanding, among other things, immediate refunds to all parties requesting them regardless of Terms of Service restriction, a forensic accounting of the fund-raising activities of RSI along with a completion date for Star Citizen. All these are demanded via the letter "to avoid legal action" on behalf of Derek Smart.
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Scott Hartsman started in online games as a game designer at Interplay in 1986 where he worked on Scepter of Goth, one of the earliest multi-user dungeons. Since then, he has held a variety of creative, technical, and management positions at online game companies, including perhaps most recognizably as senior producer at Sony Online Entertainment where he launched 13 titles in the EverQuest franchise.
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Camelot Unchained is an Arthurian fantasy MMORPG from City State Entertainment and Mark Jacobs, founder of Mythic Entertainment and known for his development of Dark Age of Camelot. Camelot Unchained offers the three factions of Arthurian, Tuatha De Danann, and Viking, and focuses on Realm-vs-Realm, housing, and a player economy, along with crafting and other features.
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