Issue 514
November 13th, 2015
Blizzard has filed a new lawsuit in California that alleges that James "Apoc" Enright, creator of HonorBuddy, StormBuddy and DemonBuddy, has cost the gaming giant millions of dollars in lost revenue as a result of bot sales and use in World of Warcraft, Heroes of the Storm and Diablo III. The suit seeks an order to stop all sales and distribution of the bot programs and financial compensation that could total tens of millions of dollars if successful.
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ArenaNet has announced that the first wing of the brand new Guild Wars 2 raid will open on Tuesday, November 17th. The raid will open after the Spirit Vale update, the first major patch after the launch of the Heart of Thorns expansion.
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For many, Fallout 4 will be what they hope to replace Skyrim with. For others, it'll be what they hope builds upon the sheer awesomeness that was Fallout: New Vegas (though it was made by Obsidian). For me, I was just hoping Fallout 4 could live up to the immense hype that Bethesda themselves have created. Does it?
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Alex Afrasiabi has sent out a Twitter image and post that seems to indicate that years of advocating for Gnome Hunters may have finally paid off. Check this out...and either celebrate or weep.
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Now a week since going live, we caught up with Zenimax Online's Matt Firor to chat about the Orsinium DLC pack, the reception it has received, and what the team has planned for the next update. Read on!
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Divinity: Original Sin is an RPG that is the followup to 2002's Divine Divinity. The game was successfully funded through a Kickstarter campaign in 2013. It's centered upon the role of a Source Hunter looking to eliminate dangerous magic. But when a standard investigation into a murder goes wrong, a new adventure will open before you. Players will be able to create a team, make choices and see how the consequences of their actions bear out.
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