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.Issue 392, June 15, 2013
Top News of the Week:
Zenimax Online recently announced that The Elder Scrolls Online will also be available on next-gen consoles. Additionally, the launch window has been pushed back to Spring 2014.

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Warhammer 40K: Eternal Crusade, a new WH40K MMO, was announced at this year's E3.

Read more here.
A new trailer for Bungie's upcoming MMO, Destiny, was shown at this year's E3.

Read more here.
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Scarlet Blade: Review
Scarlet Blade developers thought to set the MMO world afire with their "mature themed" game. We have carefully played Scarlet Blade to offer a fair review.

At its grassroots, MMORPGs, are huge online open worlds, virtual realities in which we escape to, to essentially play out another life. Along the way we make friends, foes, hell some of us even find partners. But what an MMO shouldn't be, is a shameful and downright degrading experience. Japanese and Korean gaming has often been an affair of anime like characters, colorful worlds and more than often, scantily clad characters. Take a look back at Tera, some of the games races were altered so the game didn't look so perverse. Aeria Games latest foray into the MMORPG market, Scarlet Blade, is the complete opposite of this. Being approached to review this game was something I wasn't expecting and what I experienced in this game was the aforementioned degrading and shameful experience. With that said, let's move on to the final review.

You can read the full review here.

More reviews can be found on our site here.
Warhammer 40K: Eternal Crusade: There is Only WAR
When Behaviour Interactive and Games Workshop announced Warhammer 40k: Eternal Crusade during E3 2013, a lot of people were caught by surprise. Our team managed to catch up to Miguel Caron to find out more about how the game will work and much more.

It's been awhile since Warhammer 40K: Dark Millennium dropped off the face of the earth. Who knew that just a year after the closure of the THQ studio, we'd be here at E3 2013 talking about a brand new take on the 40K license as an MMO once more. Only this time? Well, this time Chaos Marines, Space Marines, Eldar, and Orks will all be duking it out on a massive scale while fending off the AI-controlled Tyranids in a universal struggle for power. We spent time with Behaviour Studios Head Miguel Caron (formerly of Funcom Montreal and Anarchy Online as well as Age of Conan) talking about the studio's ambitions and philosophy for their take on Games Workshop's epic space fantasy. Today, we have so much to tell you about what Behaviour has in store for all fans of the Waaagh.

Check out the preview here.

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Game of the Week
Destiny developed by Bungie takes place in the future in the milky way solar system in which a catastrophic event has stricken Earth. There's only one city left on Earth protected by a large sphere called The Traveler.

Players are put in to the role of a Guardian powered by The Traveler. Guardians will work together as the last hope of mankind to try and discover what led to the downfall of humanity. Especially after the golden age allowing humans to travel to other planets. While Destiny hasn't been referred to as an MMO, it's a shared world third person shooter.

Learn more about Destiny here, or check out our game list here.

This Week
Monday, June 10
The Social Hub: Defining 'Bad' Community Behavior

Tuesday, June 11
EverQuest Next: What We Want to Know About EverQuest Next

Wednesday, June 12
ArcheAge: Will E3 Deliver?

Thursday, June 13
Black Gold: E3 2013 Preview

Friday, June 14
Fair Game: Pop Culture in World Building
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