Issue 492
May 30th, 2014
Today ArenaNet announced that the Stronghold PVP mode will be getting another beta event, for an entire 24 hours from June 2nd at 12pm PDT to June 3rd at 12pm PDT. Read on for details.
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It's not going to surprise anyone here, as we all follow Carbine's freshman outing closely, but the sci-fi fantasy MMORPG is going Free to Play (F2P) this fall, and we've got the full scoop. We recently flew out to Santa Monica (at NCSOFT's expense) to preview many of the game's upcoming changes. Read on to learn where WildStar has been, and where it's going in 2015.
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Almost without noticing, I've fallen in love with Geralt of Rivia. It's not weird, or even sexual, so don't giggle. If you're playing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, chances are you're with me. After two fantastic earlier entries of the series, it feels like CD Projekt Red has nearly perfected the art of the role-playing this now classic fantasy icon. Geralt isn't some dark brooding hero that we get too much of. He's a father, a man with a heart of gold, a sense of justice in an unjust world, and basically? He just wants to go home, take a hot bath, and not have there be any weird magical crabs biting his jibbly bits. In short, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt may be my new all-time favorite RPG.
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With just a couple of weeks left until the console version of Elder Scrolls Online arrives, Bethesda has revealed the digital preorders for both XBox One and PlayStation 4. Each is available in regular ($59.99) and digital collector's ($79.99) editions.
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Like many Guild Wars 2 players, I took the new revenant class out for a spin in the recent beta event for Heart of Thorns. How did it go? Well, I died rather infrequently... that's something, right?
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Sword Coast Legends is a party-based RPG inspired by Dungeons & Dragons and developed with a partnership with Wizards of the Coast. Set in the world of Faerûn, Sword Coast Legends features multiple classes and races, a classic RPG feel intended as a shared experience. There's a full single-player campaign created by veterans who worked on games like Dragon Age: Origins, as well as a new Dungeon Master Mode that lets a player create an adventure and play it in real time with others. The game is set in the D&D Forgotten Realms universe and is based on the fifth edition ruleset. Aimed at digital and pen and paper RPG fans alike, Sword Coast Legends aims to offer a combined experience.
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