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.Issue 414, November 15, 2013
Top News of the Week:
The latest WildStar Ultra Class Drop introduces players to the Esper.

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Founder's Packs for EverQuest Next: Landmark are now available.

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Destiny beta will kick off first for PlayStation 3 and 4 owners.

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Star Wars: The Old Republic: Taking to the Sky in Galactic Starfighter
The Galactic Starfighter expansion for Star Wars: The Old Republic is the most drastic change and largest update to SWTOR since the game went F2P. Our own Blake Morse was on hand for a preview event in California this week, and brought back this report on what he found.

The Galactic Starfighter update for SWToR is definitely a departure from the standard MMO set up fans of the games are accustomed to. There are still many elements from the regular game that carry over. For instance, you'll still gain XP and be able to upgrade your main character through battles, but you'll also be able to upgrade your ship with better parts a maneuvers as you progress. Upgrading your engines will give you different evasive moves, like a barrel roll, or a retro thruster you can break missile locks with. Primary and secondary weapons like machine gun turrets, and swarm missiles can be used to augment your arsenal. A lot of work has gone into making the ships customizable to the players personal playstyles, so even within standard combat roles, there will still be a lot of variation to playing styles. Paint jobs and engine configurations will help give everyone their own sense of space fashion.

You can read the full preview here.

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Trion's Next Big Thing
What if you could play a game where the sense of newness and awe never went away, because the worlds you explored were different each time you played? That's the fundamental concept behind Trion's Trove, a game the company is calling a "Massive Multiverse Adventure". Read on for what exactly that is, and why Trion's so excited for this new project.

Trove, developed by Trion Worlds, is a Massive Multiverse Adventure game. Your character will live across a series of build-able, destructible, explore-able, and randomly created worlds. Each one will have its own objectives, monsters, buildings, and you'll live in it from the beginning until its end... whatever that may be. Things you might have created in one world, could wind up showing up in the next, as each world will pull from the hundreds or thousands of worlds that came before it. Even though a world might end, you'll carry pieces of it to keep forever in your own Cornerstone, which follows you from world to world and shares your past exploits with friends, strangers, and anyone in the next world. Trove is a game ripe for exploration, creation, destruction, and adventure. It seeks to find that sense of "newness" you experience when you first discover a new world or MMO, and to never let it go by constantly giving you new worlds to explore and conquer.

Check out the preview here.

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Game of the Week
Camelot Unchained is an Arthurian fantasy MMORPG from City State Entertainment and Mark Jacobs, founder of Mythic Entertainment and known for his development of Dark Age of Camelot.

Camelot Unchained offers the three factions of Arthurian, Tuatha De Danann, and Viking, and focuses on Realm-vs-Realm, housing, and a player economy, along with crafting and other features.

Learn more about Camelot Unchained here, or check out our game list here.
This Week
Monday, November 11
World of Warcraft: Hands-On with Frostfire Ridge

Tuesday, November 12
Diablo III: Hands-On with the Crusader

Wednesday, November 13
Neverwinter: New Paragon Paths Explained

Thursday, November 14
WildStar: Magic and Mayhem

Friday, November 15
Fair Game: Fight For Your Right to Cosplay
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