Issue 511
November 1st, 2015
In an interview with the new CEO of White Wolf Publishing, purchased from CCP by Paradox Interactive earlier this week, Tobias Sjögren told that Paradox has indeed acquired all of the code and work done on World of Darkness before development was halted by CCP last year.
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Blizzard has unlocked the Overwatch servers so that specially flagged accounts can now download and install the game. There is no NDA so players are allowed to stream and write about their experiences in Blizzard's first foray into the shooter genre.
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Star Wars: The Old Republic has always suffered a bit of an identity crisis. The original game leaned more on the game's MMO trappings, but wrapped it all up in BioWare style storytelling. Shadow of Revan pushed things a bit towards the single player RPG BioWare is known for, but not quite all the way. Finally, Knights of the Fallen Empire completes this shift by fully leaning into that single player RPG design.
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All Star Wars: The Old Republic players can now log into the game to experience Bioware's return to story with the Knights of the Fallen Empire expansion. KotFE brings significant changes to several game systems and brings story back to the forefront of the SWTOR experience.
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It's been a month since Carbine Studios flipped the free-to-play switch on WildStar. Since then, the sci-fi MMO has seen a surge of new life - newcomers have surged into Nexus, servers have been inundated with players, and most seem to love the changes. By all accounts, dropping the mandatory subscription and dramatically improving the in-game experience has been a win on all fronts.
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Black Desert in development by Pearl Abyss is a sandbox MMORPG that features castle sieging, trading, crafting, player housing, parkour, and more.
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