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By on Aug 8, 2014 at 3:17 pm, in Console, News, PC  |  Comments: No comments yet

There’s a new trailer on the Nintendo eshop for Citizens of Earth! For those who’ve missed our previous coverageCoE is an American made JRPG inspired by greats such as Mother/Earthbound, Suikoden, Pokemon, and Dragon Quest. While it’s initial Kickstarter failed, it was picked up by Atlus. Ironically, the game’s creator, Ryan Vandendyck, has mentioned wanting to release the game in Japan as well. The game’s set to release this October for PS3, PS Vita, 3DS, Wii U, and Steam. For the full video, click for more!

Update: Those who played the demo might notice that there’s some voice acting now. Ryan just confirmed that the finished product does have fully voiced dialogue now!

 

By on Aug 7, 2014 at 6:30 am, in MMORPG, News  |  Comments: No comments yet

For quite a few years now, World of Warcraft players have grumbled every time WoW‘s anniversary event pops up in November. Those of us who have been around since 2009 and before remember receiving cool pets like the Onyxian Whelpling and the Baby Blizzard Bear. It’s been a good few years since Blizzard’s offered its playerbase cool rewards for WoW‘s anniversary, but fear not– this year will be a big one!

Just announced yesterday, Blizzard is already gearing up for World of Warcraft‘s 10th anniversary. As part of the event festivities, we’re going back in time a bit to nostalgia land. Well, Molten Core and Hillsbrad Foothills to be exact. Players will be able to take part in a special battleground taking us back in time to the days when world PvP rocked our WoW-sphere in Tarren Mill vs. Southshore: The Rematch. Tarren Mill vs. Southshore will be a deathmatch-type battleground with a clearly-defined victor (unlike the original world PvP matches!).

By on Aug 6, 2014 at 12:00 pm, in MMORPG, News  |  Comments: No comments yet

At the beginning of July, a new disturbance to the world of Tyria arose yet again. If you’ve missed any the Living World updates over the past month, now is your chance to catch back up, starting with the Gates of Maguuma update on July 1st. For the most recent updates, see the following pages.

By on Aug 6, 2014 at 6:30 am, in MMORPG, News  |  Comments: No comments yet

Results are in for the second contest run by Trion creating a buzz across the high seas of ArcheAge to win an Archeum Founder’s Pack with “Raise Your Sails“. It’s been a blast following the official forum post as the creative deviousness and brilliance of many personalized crests in ArcheAge revealed themselves. Without further ado, here are the six winning crests that also included a most meta sail pick from Trion staff members that made us smile!

By on Aug 5, 2014 at 2:47 am, in Console, Gaming, News  |  Comments: No comments yet

Yes, that magnificent mane belongs to a playable character in the upcoming Hyrule Warriors game, and that character is Ganondorf. I suppose I shouldn’t be too surprised to see him as a playable character, but since we’ve only seen good characters revealed as playable, I was actually caught off guard. The new Nintendo Direct also showed that we’ll be getting alternative costumes, some of which will be DLC (such as Ganondorf having DLC only available to Club Nintendo members who register the game within the first four weeks of release). Check past the cut to see who all’s been confirmed so far, various games modes, other “evil” playable characters, and even a bit on character customization.

By on Jul 30, 2014 at 7:30 am, in MMORPG, News  |  Comments: No comments yet

Perfect World Entertainment announced this morning that Neverwinter, their flagship Dungeons & Dragons MMORPG, will be brought to next-gen consoles by Cryptic Studios. The game will first be available on the Xbox One in the first half of 2015 for NA and EU gamers. Like the PC version, the Xbox One version will be completely free-to-play with an optional cash shop.

Perfect World Entertainment CEO, Alan Chen, had this to say regarding the announcement: “Consoles are a perfect fit for action-oriented MMORPGs like Neverwinter, and we are thrilled to be one of the first publishers to bring premium free-to-play titles to leading next-gen platforms. Being able to bring Neverwinter to the Xbox One is a critical achievement for Perfect World. It is our first step taking our games beyond the PC market.”

Released in 2013, Neverwinter is now entering its fourth module in August 2014 with the upcoming release of Tyranny of Dragons, Neverwinter. For more info, check out the official site.

By on Jul 30, 2014 at 5:37 am, in Gaming, Guides, News, Review  |  Comments: No comments yet

So here we are at week two of Hearthstone‘s Naxxramas release. This week we have the Plague Wing, and Hearthhead once again had guides out in record time. Those who wanted to use Alexstraza for easy wins will be saddened to that her power’s been disabled for these battles, but I’m fine with that. I always liked the “dance” mechanic for Mr. Unclean, so I’ve actually been looking forward to that match since his hero power was first revealed. However, after last week, there was one thing I wasn’t looking forward to: destroying one of my decks again.

By on Jul 30, 2014 at 5:23 am, in Comics, Geek Culture, News  |  Comments: No comments yet

For those of you who don’t know Mark McKenna, he’s a Inkwell Awards Hall of Famer and a veteran in the comic book industry with over 29 years of experience. Mark has worked with both Marvel and DC Comics on some of the largest names including X-Men, Spider-Man, Batman, and The Justice League. His name is forever showcased on the credits of over 500 comics with over 8,000 pages inked by his hands.

Over the past year I’ve had the pleasure of meeting and chatting with Mark twice– once at a local comic-con and again at my hometown comic book store on Free Comic Book Day. I was impressed with his work so much that I have 6 of his prints hanging in my downstairs bathroom (is that weird?) and have picked up comics from his other project called Combat Jacks.

Mark recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to crowdfund the printing of the latest installment of the Banana Tail comic, the BOOnana Tail Halloween Special. So far there have been 3 Banana Tail books printed and this would be the first comic. It’s planned to be a 32-page comic book that will be catered to readers of all ages. He’s set a goal of only $3,000 for the campaign with the majority of the proceeds going to the printing of the comic. Mark is no noob when it comes to the crowdfunding arena. He’s successfully raised funds for 5 other projects.

Update: The BOOnana Tail Halloween Special Kickstarter campaign has been full funded!

By on Jul 29, 2014 at 8:00 am, in Geek Culture, News  |  Comments: No comments yet

The first teaser trailer for the upcoming (and final) installment was released at 2:00pm central time on Monday afternoon–and yes, I did wait for the clock to tick down. It was well worth the wait, too. The trailer does a great job of setting the stage for the next movie, mixing action and drama well. It also shows those who haven’t read the book that, yes, there is more to this movie than Smaug burning things. We do, though, still get to see some delightful dragonfire action. Another great part of the trailer is the use of the song sung by Pippin (Billy Boyd) in The Return of the King–even though the song was much more dramatic and successful in the film. Overall, the trailer works really well. Watch it below:

By on Jul 29, 2014 at 6:00 am, in News, WildStar  |  Comments: No comments yet

If you haven’t had a chance to try out WildStar and would like to, Carbine’s teamed up with a whole bunch of partner sites this week to give away free trial codes. The free trial grants 7 days of free access from the time you enter the code. There are some limitations with the trial accounts, but it’s a great way to test the waters of Nexus and figure out what all the cupcake-loving fuss is about.

To get started, you’ll need to head on over to any of the partner sites Carbine’s teamed up with. The code can be redeemed here. You’ll also need an NCSoft account to redeem the code and download the game, of course.

For more info on all things WildStar, check out the official site. You can also read my recent editorial about risk-taking in MMORPG development and why WildStar made some great moves here. Don’t take my word for it, though. Try out the game yourself!

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