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.Issue 321, January 30, 2012
Top News of the Week:
The folks over at Ankama have announced that Wakfu will launch globally on February 29.

Read more here.
It turns out beta access for Guild Wars 2 will be coming sooner than we thought, with large scale tests set for as soon as this March and April.

Read more here.
If you've been looking forward to attending this year's BlizzCon, you're going to have to wait until next year. Blizzard recently announced that BlizzCon 2012 will not go on due to a "jam packed schedule."

Read more here.
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Wurm Online: Review
Wurm Online is a game that hearkens back to the "good old days of MMOs" so much so, in fact, that players are clawed, mauled and otherwise brutalized. Success is success however and hard fought brings pride. But is Wurm Online FUN? Find out in our official review!

Wurm Online is a throwback MMO that harkens to the days of the MUSH and the true sandbox environment. The world is mutable, the experience is entirely player-driven, and it is unashamedly unforgiving. Given the calibre and passion of a number of messages on this website, it might just be the perfect game for a number of you - that is if you can survive a savage butt-whipping by a disgruntled rabbit.

You can read the full article here.

More reviews can be found on our site here.
Player Perspectives: Content Locusts Killed My MMO
It used to be that hitting the level cap in an MMO was something that took months, if not years, to actually accomplish. These days, however, it's more a function of hours. After hitting the top, what is there to do? In today's Player Perspectives, we take a look at what we call "content locusts", those who greedily devour content rather than enjoy it. See what you think!

I like to blame the content locusts for this, at least to a large extent - that small percentage of players whose goal isn't to experience content but to consume it as fast as possible as they race inexorably through a game. The people who, driven to hit max level as rapidly as they can, then sit there and whine loudly about how they have nothing to do and how they're still hungry. There's no satisfying that kind of player.

Check out the column here.

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Game of the Week
Based on the popular fantasy Pen and Paper roleplaying game (based around the Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 Ruleset), Turbine's Dungeons and Dragons Online provides players with an MMO experience that sees their characters working together to fight iconic monsters, crawl through dangerous dungeons solve puzzles and more.

The game has was relaunched in the form of Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited. The update has converted the game into a hybrid free-to-play & subscription model game, offering players the choice of how involved they'd like to get.

Recently, Turbine announced that DDO will be entering the Forgotten Realms with the upcoming "Menace of the Underdark" expansion set to launch sometime this year.

Learn more about Dungeons & Dragons: Eberron Unlimited here, or check out our game list here.
This Week
Monday, January 23
The List: Five Forum Archetypes

Tuesday, January 24
Star Wars: The Old Republic: How to Improve PvP

Wednesday, January 25
LOTRO: Bringing Riders of Rohan in 2012

Thursday, January 26
Coyote's Howling: What's In a Name?

Friday, January 27
Star Wars: The Old Republic: Voice Acting Ups and Downs
Did You Know?
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