E3 2019 dominated the headlines this week, even for MMO players, which isn’t always a given. We got news on Elder Scrolls Online’s next DLC, Black Desert’s PS4 launch, Phantasy Star Online 2’s westward journey, Dauntless’ record numbers, and Final Fantasy XIV’s Shadowbringers trailer, plus Guild Wars 2 dropped its next big raid. Read on to catch up with the very best of this week’s MMO news and opinions today as every Sunday in Massively Overpowered’s Week in Review! THIS WEEK’S TOP STORIES WoW Factor: Does World of Warcraft have a plan? - One of the recurring jokes I use in this column's comment section is the statement that it'd just be sad to think that fans are thinking more about the future… Perfect Ten: How WoW Classic could advance beyond its phased content rollout - It's far too early to say that World of Warcraft: Classic will get more updates beyond the planned phases of vanilla content. It could be that … [Read more...] about MMO Week in Review: E3 actually didn’t suck for MMOs this year
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(Note: This review contains spoilers for Borderlands 2.) Telltale Games is easily one of my favorite game developers, proving the viability of AAA point and click adventure games in a world that had long since left the genre behind. The company spearheaded and successfully proved the viability of monthly episodic games, allowing players to buy the entire season with the added bonus of getting it all on dvd at the end for simply paying the shipping cost. The idea of an episodic, intelligent, narrative take on the Borderlands universe is one that excited me greatly when it was announced earlier this year. I have a fondness for the Borderlands series, and while the series has progressed quite a bit since the first title, the games have never delved deep into the world in which your vault hunters live. All Borderlands needs to bring out its underbelly is a capable set of hands. Tales From The Borderlands is set after the events of Borderlands 2. Handsome Jack is dead and the Hyperion … [Read more...] about Less Massive Review: Tales From The Borderlands Episode 1
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If you are at all into computer games, particularly PC and mobile phone games, then you have more than likely noticed the recent trend in game design to offer free games and then give the players the chance to purchase premium content that will make your game better than every one elses. Now, many of you must be wondering what it has to do with Blogging psychology, read on and you will understand some great marketing tips from gaming industry here. I have a friend who works in the game industry and makes these kind of games and we often talk about how the games can make money if they are free. I am not one of these people who likes to pay extra once I have bought a game or even got a game for free to make it better. It just seems to me that once you have paid that should be it. And that is apparently the view of most people, there is only a small fraction of people that will pay for this premium contentbut yet the games company still makes a profit. This is a break down of how gamers … [Read more...] about Blogging Psychology & Gaming Psychology : One and The Same?
App developers for iOS are increasing every year. Apple iPhone and iPad apps continue to drive in more developers for the platform due to the profitability of the iPhone/iPad app market. Currently, there are 4 times the number of iOS developers as there are Android developers. In 2012, the Guardian estimated that the top 200 Android apps grossed a profit of just 12% of the top 200 iPhone apps’ profits. That is, the top Android apps earned a mere 12% of what the top iPhone apps made in the same year. iPhone app development has become a very lucrative business. Many tech pundits and companies have gotten/are getting into developing dedicated iOS apps. Whatever niche you are in, if you get a kick-ass iOS app developer for your business, it could be one of the best business decisions you have ever made. But the hard part comes after the creation of an app. Developers are mostly glued to codes armed only with the knowledge of how … [Read more...] about The 10 Best Ways To Promote an iPhone/iPad App or Game