Issue 463
November 2nd, 2014
Today Bungie announced the official details and launch date for Destiny's first expansion, The Dark Below. President Harold Ryan had this to say: "Destiny was created as a living universe, which has allowed us to improve the experience post launch in real-time. It also gives us insight into the things players are looking for in new content. We've seen from feedback that people want new activities, gear and weapons, and of course the immensely popular Raid. The community helps shape our development decisions and that's really important to us."
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Square Enix has announced that the latest update, "Dreams of Ice", launched on October 28th across all Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn servers. Players are able to check out the Ninja and Rogue as well as a pair of new dungeons, new real estate options and more.
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After a hundred-plus hours, lots of olives harvested, lives taken, hearings attended, fish captured, and donkeys ridden we're ready to put ArcheAge to the final test. Do XLGAMES and Trion Worlds have a winner on their hands? If you were judging by the launch server queues alone, you'd probably think so. But things have cooled, the excitement has waned, and the reality of Jake Song's game has begun to set in. ArcheAge is a very capable "sandpark" MMORPG, but it also proves that when a game tries to do everything, it never truly excels at anything.
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The Hearthstone team has posted a short notice on the official site letting players know that, at least as of this writing, several thousand accounts have been banned for utilizing third party programs, or "bots", to play the game. These accounts are banned until 2015.
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Destiny came out of the gates in a big way not too long ago. Bungie has been exceedingly flexible in ensuring that the game stays playable and that issues are resolved in a speedy fashion. We caught up with Destiny Community Manager Eric "Urk" Osborne to talk about Destiny's beginning, where it is now and what the future holds.
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Moonrise is a free to play mobile "creature collection" RPG developed by Undead Labs and published by Kabam. With gameplay that has you collecting many creatures along the way to grow and evolve, as well as fight in strategic battles, the game has drawn comparisons to the Pokémon series. Moonrise takes place in a world where creatures known as Solari were corrupted into destructive Lunari as an effect of a rare moonrise. Now, the moonrises are becoming more common and more powerful, populating the world with destructive Lunari. And it's up to you, and your defeated Lunari turned back into Solari, to save everyone.
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