Issue 443
June 15th, 2014
The latest E3 edition of Letter from the Producer LIVE has been released with the big news that both a new job and a new class are coming to Final Fantasy XIV. The Rogue class is incoming along with the Ninja job. Check out the video below to see the Ninja and Rogue in action!
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"We think fans of the series are going to be surprised at just how far we're going." Bioware has revealed a new video that shows off some very early conceptual footage of Mass Effect 4, a game that will take off without the legendary Commander Shepard. In addition, Bioware reveals a very small chunk of its completely new IP in development. The video is part of the EA E3 stream event.
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Two things surprised me at our hands-on PvE preview today of Bungie's new MMO darling, Destiny. In the first case, I was astounded by how well the game played and looked in its alpha state. In the second, I was astonished by how I well and truly CRUSHED AT IT.
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The latest E3 trailer to hit the airwaves is one for Bungie's Destiny. The trailer reveals some of the lore behind the game, the reason for players to participate. In addition, it was revealed the the early adopter alpha will kick off on Thursday, with the PS3 and PS4 beta beginning on July 17th.
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The action-RPG has been receiving a lot of attention in the last year or two with Diablo III, Path of Exile, the forthcoming Sacred 3 and several others. It is into this rarefied air that The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing (the original) launched itself in May of 2013 to generally favorable reviews. Almost exactly a year later, Neocore Games released The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II.
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Destiny developed by Bungie and published by Activision Blizzard 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 first person shooter.
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