If you’re at all like me, you’ve been swallowed up by the onslaught of mmo’s coming out in the last year and haven’t been able to justify paying for some of them. I’ve truly enjoyed playing SWTOR but couldn’t pay for it anymore. Now, for the next 7 days I won’t have to, and neither will you. For more information, check out the official page here
For those of you who read my entry on TERA (I have a few readers, I know you’re out there!), you know I mentioned my nostalgia for a game called Phantasy Star Online quite a bit. I heard mutterings of a sequel by Sonic Team being on its way, but I was under the impression it would be a Japan-only title–not wanting to get my hopes up for a game I’d probably never get to play, I shied away from much of the news about it. Now, PSO2 may continue to be a Japan-only release, but this week I stumbled upon three bits of news that had me unexpectedly jumping out of my chair with pure joy. Continue reading →
The latest MMO endeavor by Funcom (Age of Conan), The Secret World is one of the newest mmorpgs to enter the market with a fresh, modern spin on the genre. Full of guns, chainsaws, urban legends, secret societies, and conspiracies, TSW is a game I’m reluctant to pass up (if only to see an mmo title play out in this gritty, modern world); unfortunately, I can’t justify paying for another monthly subscription… Continue reading →
Coming off my completion of normal mode on Diablo III, and it being summer and all, I’ve found a little bit of free time to play some other titles–none other than the latest mmorpg, TERA, and the mmo-trapped-in-a-single-player’s-body KoA:Reckoning. Continue reading →
So a while back I “reported”–in quotes because you can argue whether it actually was a report–on Blizzard’s announcement about World of Warcraft’s new expansion Mists of Pandaria as well as their new annual pass. I concluded with a promise to follow up with more news and insight–something I admittedly failed to do.