Issue 591
October 28, 2017
WildStar players logging in from November 1-5, 2017 will be gifted a free character boost to instantly make a level 50 character. The Free 50 Frenzy is a one-time use offer, is only available to players who didn't take advantage of the previous event and only one boost per account is allowed.
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Amazon Game Studios' first fledgling project is on "indefinite hiatus". The announcement was made earlier today in a brand new post on the Breakaway site. The team will be taking time to "iterate and evolve" the core game play to deliver the experience that players are looking for. How long it will take remains to be seen and the post indicates that the time frame is open-ended.
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Destiny 2 is finally out on the PC, and we spent a good chunk of yesterday toying around with the new shiny shooter from Bungie. There are two main gripes we have about the PC version so far, but neither are absolutely debilitating. Read on for our Destiny 2 PC review in progress.
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In a new interview at Waypoint (via Eurogamer), former BioWare developer Manveer Heir spills the beans on EA's direction with regard to triple A single-player games. "[T]he linear single-player triple-A game at EA is dead for the time being" according to Heir and the main culprit for that is the microtransaction system. In fact, Heir said that it was not uncommon to see players spend $15,000 on Mass Effect multiplayer packs that could yield gear and other in-game items.
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Plains of Eidolon is a massive redirection in thinking for Digital Extremes that pushed the studio into a very scary direction for the game. I applaud them for constantly asking the question, "What can we do to make our game better than it has ever been?" Seriously, just keep asking that question and making it happen.
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Grim Dawn is an action RPG set in a Victorian-inspired world where war has broken out and driven humanity almost to extinction. Humans aren't faring well in the world of Cairn, where one side wants to consume them and the other wants to annihilate them. Fortunately, this is where you, the player, come in, making decisions in quests that impact the world and might change its fate.

The game is focused around fast-paced action, and lots of loot. Diablo players and those familiar with ARPGs will find themselves at home here. You'll build your team, choose your skills, and fight over 100 hero monsters and more in the quest for a solution and hundreds of items to collect.


  • Dual Class and Customization | Choose from five skill classes (Soldier, Nightblade, Arcanist, Occultist, and Demolitionist), each with branching skill trees to unlock.
  • Meaningful Choices | Players will have to decide the fate of the world through multiple decisions that impact the game and conflict.
  • Loot, Loot, and More Loot | With hundreds of items to collect, as well as item recipes for crafting, there are many ways to get ahead in the game and fill your pockets many times over.

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