Issue 624
June 30, 2018
Wired has an amazing interview with more than a few Blizzard developers that covers the history of World of Warcraft. "Blizzard's Ion Hazzikostas, Patrick Magruder and Jimmy Lo tell the entire history of World of Warcraft. From the game's launch date, until it's newest expansion (Battle for Azeroth), Blizzard chronicles every aspect of the legendary MMO's journey."
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Citadel Studios is ready to unleash some big news to Legends of Aria players, backers and fans with today's reveal of a massive graphics overhaul. As part of the exciting news, developers are sending everyone out on a scavenger hunt to find partner sites hosting "before and after" images showing off just how big this update truly is...and we might just be one of the lucky ones! Clues will be provided on the LoA site and the lucky one who finds them all wins a $90 Founder's Pack!
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I recently started playing Warframe... again. For about the 10th time maybe? For whatever reason, it's been one of those games I really want to enjoy - I love the very idea of it - but it's never stuck with me. That's finally changed, and I'm not entirely sure why. But what I do know is that I'm finally understanding why 24 million-plus people have found themselves enjoying Digital Extremes MMO-like Action RPG-shooter hybrid.
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ArenaNet has sent word that Guild Wars 2 has been updated to Living World Season 4, Episode 3: Long Live the Lich. Players can now log into the game to check out the new content that includes the Roller Beetle mount, Domain of Kourna map, warhorn Verdarach legendary weapon and new fractal dungeon, Deepstone.
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The Crew 2 is coming out of the gates with its engines going full blast. Weather it's with tires squealing as you drift through turns or the roar of your boat as you gun it down waterways or the sound of your propeller as you turn and do barrel rolls through the sky in your plane, the game seeks to deliver a fun and unique gaming experience to you the player. But is it delivering on everything it promises? We'll dig a little deeper on a few areas in this review in progress of The Crew 2.
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Guild Wars 2 is the sequel to ArenaNet's flagship title, Guild Wars.  GW2 aims to fix a lot of what's "wrong" in the MMO world. With reworked combat mechanics, a focus on Dynamic Events, voiced quest dialog, several new professions, fan-favorite races, and the massive open world of Tyria, Guild Wars 2 is far more epic in scope than the original... while still retaining the F2P business model.  The reliance on a holy trinity of class-roles is gone too, with every profession in GW2 being able to take on several roles, including that of a healer.  On top of it all, there are also several unique forms of PvP for the competitive gamer: from match-made contests that any gamer will be familiar with to massive World vs. World vs. World wars that pitch entire servers against one another.  ArenaNet hopes there is something for everyone in Guild Wars 2.

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