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.Issue 361, November 12, 2012
Top News of the Week:
Learn all about the basics of The Elder Scrolls Online in this latest video released by Zenimax Online.

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The 'Lost Shores' Guild Wars 2 weekend event kicks off this week, beginning on November 16.

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Infinite Game Publishing and Piranha Games have released a new trailer to mark the launch of the MechWarrior Online open beta.

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World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria Review: Great Fun, But Flawed
World of Warcraft has been top dog in the MMO space for a good long while. Each expansion brings renewed hope that it will continue to sit atop the heap. How does Mists of Pandaria fare? Find out in our official review then leave us your thoughts in the comments.

I began playing World of Warcraft the day it launched in 2004. I anticipate that on the ten year reunion of the game we will get the next expansion. In the meantime, we have Mists of Pandaria. Mists was a tough journey in the beginning but became a much more fun experience as I went through the content and worked my way up. For me, Mists is an excellent Worl d of Warcraft expansion. However, in terms of MMOs in general it does not bring the thunder that a WoW expansion used too. If you are a veteran WoW player than Mists has a lot to offer in terms of game play and especially content. If you are a hardened MMO vet looking for something new this is not the game for you any more. Let's go through the stages and get this final score underway.

You can read the full review here.

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Star Wars: The Old Republic: Digging into Free-to-Play
We recently took a tour of Star Wars: The Old Republic's upcoming free-to-play option and today we're bringing you all the details. Read on for our full preview!

If you've previously purchased the game, subscribed, purchased a physical SWTOR key fob, or if you spend a minimum of $5 in the Cartel Market, you will be upgraded to Preferred status. Preferred status players will see most of the aforementioned restrictions lessened to some extent, among other things. For example, you'll be able to use Sprint at level one, you'll gain the ability to trade with other players beginning at level 10, already bound Artifact quality items and mods will remain available for use, you'll retain your inventory and cargo hold expansions, your Legacy unlocks or perks, and so on.

Check out the preview here.

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Game of the Week
League of Legends is a free-to-play RPG/strategy MOBA from Riot Games set in Valoran's Field of Justice, a fantasy world with sci fi elements. Players take the role of a Summoner, a spellcaster who summons Champion avatars to fight for you. Players may choose from over 75 Champions to fight in 3v3 and 5v5 battles, with more battle maps being developed.

Customize both Summoner and Champion with their own skills, spells, runes, weapons, and equipment. As Champions fight more and level up, new skills and abilities are unlocked, making them stronger in battle. An item shop is available, selling non-gameplay enhancing items.

Learn more about League of Legends here, or check out our game list here.
This Week
Monday, November 5
The War Z: Unpolished, But Addictive

Tuesday, November 6
The Free Zone: Two More Problems No One's Talking About

Wednesday, November 7
The Secret World: First Raid Revealed - The Manhattan Exclusion Zone

Thursday, November 8
The Secret World: The Albion Theatre

Friday, November 9
The List: Five Things TERA Got Right
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