In less than two week's time every City of Heroes player is going to be an MMO refugee. No matter what way you're approaching November 30th you're facing some hard goodbyes.
Guild Wars 2 is a great game and a lot of fun but ArenaNet totally missed the mark with Lost Shores according to a lot of players.
Today at 1pm PST OnRPG's DizzyPW will be facing off in a clash against MMOHut's Bakerman Brad and JamesBl0nde in a never before seen Smite mode via Hi-Rez's Twitch.tv feed.
Since there was only a winner's bracket, each match was a fight to the finish, leaving competitors and fans a wreck.
The really big news this week was that Rift's first expansion Storm Legion launched and we have beta keys for Absolute Force Online's closed beta and City of Steam's closed beta.
Earlier this week I got to sit in on a conference call with Justin Walker, Product Manager for Geforce's GTX products to check out the latest addition to their Kepler GPU line-up.
I like knowing. I like knowing how it all turns out, how people get on, how in the end the good guys won and the bad guys didn't. Or not as the case may be.
What is so offensive about an enemy you have to think about overcoming? An environment that is genuinely dangerous rather than mere window dressing to the butchery of rodents?
The point and click model of MMOs works great but is starting to get overused. While this model may not completely disappear through 2012, Action MMOs will have a larger impact.
A gamer should become known as a person with a favourite sport who loves to practice it.
My predictions have nothing to do with big names games like Guild Wars 2. I predict a new breed of free-to-play games that monetize the RIGHT way.