Issue 589
October 15, 2017
The latest This Week at Bungie has been published that should twitterpate a lot of Destiny PC players. The official worldwide launch times are now available with the bottom line being that everyone will start at the same time (10:00 am Pacific / 1:00 pm Eastern) on October 24th. In addition, Bungie has updated both the minimum and recommended specs for the game with alterations since the end of the recent open beta event.
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Mike Laidlaw is is leaving BioWare after fourteen years with the company. He had an instrumental part in the development of Jade Empire, Mass Effect and most notably in the Dragon Age series. He offers no explanation about where he's headed, though he says that he plans to "reconnect with all the amazing games and worlds that my peers have created". What this means for Dragon Age remains unknown though he expressed confidence that the world "we've created together is in good hands".
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You may have heard of the developers at Runewaker. They've made such games as Runes of Magic and Dragon's Prophet. Well they've just recently released a new game, Guardians of Ember with several editions of varying prices on Steam. It's being described as a mix of a Hack and Slash type game like Diablo and traditional MMORPGs. Let's take a closer look at what all that intel's. This is our Guardians of Ember review.
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Final Fantasy XIV has been updated with v4.1: The Legend Returns. The patch contains a number of new quests, a treasure hunt, a new housing area, improvements to PvP, new items, guildleves, and other, smaller updates. In addition, several performance updates have been applied as well as bugs fixed.
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I was up way too late last night. I usually am but this time it was worth it - I finally got to play Warframe's Plains of Eidolon expansion for myself and I am most certainly impressed. Cetus and the Plains of Eidolon are a giant leap forward for the game, even if it's ultimately just the beginning of what promises to be a bold new era for the space ninjas.
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World of Warplanes is a free-to-play military aviation MMO from Following the example set by's World of Tanks, World of Warplanes allows players to engage in epic PvP battles and earn credits and experience to spend on upgrades and equipment. The game features a variety of Golden Age-based military planes, from 1930s biplanes to Korean War jet fighters, and allows players to mix and match modules to customize their combat approach.

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