Issue 608
February 24, 2018
Funcom has sent out a mysterious note leading to a cryptic page with a countdown leading to February 28th. The message reads that the company will be announcing a new game on that day. When visiting the site, "", viewers are presented with a scene in a bar with four silhouetted characters named Pripp, Selma, Dux and Bormin. The bar appears to be in a modern setting with fluorescent lights hanging from the ceiling. Clearly this isn't another Conan game...
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Trion Worlds has announced that the subscription-only Rift Prime server will be launching on March 7th. As announced last month, the Prime server will "return us to the launch of Rift" when the cap was level 50 and at a time without boosts, supply crates, no equipment or bags in the Store and more. "This is the world of Rift before free-to-play".
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Ever felt like running through a destroyed suburban neighborhood? Guess what! Dreams come true. Dead Maze is an isometric 2D MMO which brings that and so much more. You will explore, get lost, run and fight your way through a horde of undead just to survive. If you are ready for the fight let us dive deep into the Dead Maze. This is our Dead Maze review.
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The Visionary Realms team has a new post on the Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen forum to assess the community's thoughts about a wide range of topics. Called "Where Do You Draw the Line?", the topic asks players what their thoughts are on season passes, DLC, subscriptions, F2P, B2P, P2P, expansions, early access, microtransactions, and cash shops. The bottom line is "what is your preferred method to pay for an MMORPG?"
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Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been out for two weeks. Last week, we gave you our first impressions. Today, we're back with our final review. What did we think after nearly a dozen more hours? Read on to find out.
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Dead Maze is a 2D isometric massively multiplayer game, set in a destroyed contemporary world, filled with zombies. In order to survive, you need to work together to explore what is left of the world after the zombie apocalypse, monitor your health and food, scavenge for resources, and craft as many life-saving supplies as possible. Cooperate to restore civilization, improve your own camp, and unveil the dark narrative of the apocalypse.

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