Issue 574
June 18th, 2017
A new posting on the Blizzard site pretty clearly states that the dreams of many classic games fans will be coming true. The ad is seeking a Senior Software Engineer for server technology to bring Diablo 2, StarCraft and Warcraft 3 to a new generation of players. The ad cites "evolving operating systems, hardware and online services" as barriers to be overcome to allow loyal fans and new players to enjoy the three.
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The Gloria Victis team has released a new update that brings the long-awaited combat overhaul into the game. To show off how things are shaping up these days, a new trailer has been released.
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There has been a deluge of MMO releases these past few weeks. And yet, the one I didn't expect to get completely sucked into has been tying up all my free gaming time since Funcom let press in the doors early this week - Secret World Legends is a blast. In many ways, SWL is the The Secret World you know and love. But in all the best ways, it's also a more approachable and highly more engaging affair thanks to a revamped combat and progression system.
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Secret Worlds Legends is prepping for its head start today. While not allowing characters from The Secret World to be transferred into SWL, there is the Legacy Transfer System that will bring a number of things to the new game. To help TSW players make sure their things are moved successfully, Funcom has produced a handy guide.
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Another E3, another week of insane gaming news. Light though it was on MMO info, online games in general were all over the place in LA last week. And as we're wont to do, we're giving them shiny badges for the sole purpose of hoping they'll share those badges with their adoring fans. What, you expected me to lie about the reason behind awards? HA. I'm way past that, folks.
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The Secret World is an MMORPG created by Funcom (Anarchy Online, Age of Conan: Unchained), with Senior Producer and Creative Director Ragnar Tørnquist (The Longest Journey, Dreamfall). It blends elements of mythological and modern day civilizations, along with a mix of dark fantasy and the supernatural, and has no character classes. In The Secret World, where urban legends, myths, and conspiracy theories are all true, the only question is: what do you do now?

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