Issue 507
September 26th, 2015
ArenaNet has revealed a trailer for the upcoming Guild Wars 2 expansion Heart of Thorns during this weekend's TwitchCon. Heart of Thorns will be released on October 23rd.
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Today we reached out to Daybreak Studios to ask them about that thing we've all been eagerly awaiting for over two years: EverQuest Next. Well, we're still going to be waiting, but just as former President John Smedley said, we were assured today EverQuest Next is indeed still being hammered away on.
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WildStar's free-to-play launch is just around the corner, with servers being switched on 29 September. But we live in a golden age of gaming, with an unending buffet of games clamouring for our attention, so why should we give Carbine's freshman effort a go?
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n-Space and Digital Extremes have announced that the PC launch date for the upcoming D&D based title, Sword Coast Legends, has been pushed back. Originally scheduled for retail launch on September 29th, the new date will arrive on October 20th. The team wrote that the game "needs a little more time in the oven...a few more days on the vine...a wee bit more cowbell!" Launch for consoles has been moved to Q1 2016.
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My relationship with Destiny is complicated. On one hand, it would only take a subtle prodding to get me to unleash a violent torrent of criticisms and resentment towards a game that was so obviously a shell of its true potential. On the other hand, I had sunk more time into it than I would ever care to admit in front of polite company. And so, Destiny made me a walking hypocrite. I was the slimy politician condemning it in public before slinking back to my basement to indulge in Destiny until fingers of pink light scratched the horizon and I realized what time it was.
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Wild Terra is a hybrid of action-RPG and sandbox MMORPG with building, crafting, gathering, farming and land claiming elements. There are no NPCs in the game, so the only way to get something is to create it by yourself or buy it from other players... or take it with brutal force. With both open PVP and PVE servers, fans of games like Ultima Online and other bygone MMORPG sandboxes will be pleased to find survival, town-building, hunting, and PVP and PVE all ready for action. The game is buy to play and will have an optional subscription for quicker progression.
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