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.Issue 322, February 6, 2012
Top News of the Week:
Be sure to check back on February 20 as will be ready with all the details coming out of the Guild Wars 2 press beta event!

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En Masse Entertainment and Frogster have announced pre-orders for TERA are now available!

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We've got all the juicy details on Star Wars: The Old Republic's sales and active subscribers, straight out of EA's latest investor call.

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.Get more news on our site here!
APB: Reloaded: The Review
All Points Bulletin was taken over by GamersFirst in 2011 and the name was changed to APB: Reloaded. Since then, the team has been hard at work to "make the game that should have been". How successful have their efforts been?

All Points Bulletin: Reloaded is a general mixed bag of awesome and frustration. Only in San Paro will you see diminutive, round-cheeked Asian females gently pummeling heavily-muscled tattooed men for their wallets and kamikaze punks, decked out in rags to make The Joker Proud, terminate the opposition by driving everyone off a bridge. Only here; the occasional Van Diesel movie notwithstanding. If this sounds like something you can get behind, APB Reloaded may be the game for you. Maybe. Like it or not, the problem with APB Reloaded is that it's just one of those games: it either works or it doesn't.

You can read the full article here.

More reviews can be found on our site here.
The List: Five Dead MMO Horses
There are many things that we, as MMO gamers, feel very passionately about yet sometimes spend way too much time talking about, arguing fruitlessly. In The List today, we take a look at the top five horses we love to beat into oblivion.

This is the fact of MMO life. These games are about progression, and keeping us entertained through that progression. Some titles disguise the grind better than others, but it's always there in the background. Ultimately, we're all just playing in a world, leveling our characters like we would in D&D and we hope that we enjoy ourselves enough not to notice how repetitive it all is. There's no one cure for the Grind, so how about we all just accept it as an inevitability and keep trying to figure out how to make it suck less?

Check out the full list here.

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Game of the Week

FireFall is an upcoming free-to-play post-apocalyptic MMO FPS developed by Red 5 Studios. Set 200 years in the future, Earth has been destroyed by an energy storm called 'The Melding,' which occurred as a result of the overuse of Crystite, a source of energy discovered by humans that ended up replacing all forms of energy on Earth.

'The Melding' destroyed much of Earth and mutated the Earth's terrain and lifeforms. The only habitable place left is, oddly enough, within the eye of the storm, where what's left of humanity attempt to survive.

Players in FireFall take on the role as one of these surviving humans and are tasked with ridding Earth of the 'The Melding,' while also battling back the 'Chosen,' a new race spawned of the storm itself.

Gameplay involves first person or third person combat in an open-world environment, and includes RPG mechanics such as loot, leveling up, and other forms of progression. Four classes, the Engineer, Assault, Recon, and Medic, have been announced so far.

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This Week
Monday, January 30
Star Wars: The Old Republic: Good Cop, Bad Cop

Tuesday, January 31
Christina Gonzalez: Naming Your MMO Baby

Wednesday, February 1
No Elves Allowed: MMO Growing Pains

Thursday, February 2
Bill Murphy: Hiding the Game - Immersion

Friday, February 3
Developer Perspectives: The Beta Blues
Did You Know?
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