And then there was the City of Heroes drama: The first server was deleted over what turned out to be a hoax about legal action, then Titan Network announced it was negotiating with NCsoft on a lawful server agreement, and then the Homecoming team brought up another new rogue server, Torchbearer, and then still another, Excelsior, and then two more for a total of four servers while all that works itself out. A peak of 8000 people were all trying to log in to play on these servers concurrently this weekend as the game celebrated its 15th birthday. Dang. … [Read more...] about MMO Week in Review: Go. Hunt. Kill Skuls.
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Crucially, for those who bought the base game but never continued into the expansions, Stormblood (the most recent pack) now includes Heavensward – and it’s regularly on sale for a discounted price. Even so, £30 for the bundle feels like good value for the amount of play I’ve got from it, even though there’s a subscription on top. If you’ve yet to try out FFXIV, a complete edition that includes the base game plus both expansions is only £5 extra (and is also regularly on sale). … [Read more...] about Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward
MineRalph is a physics-based puzzle game built on the Unity engine that promises hardcore gameplay for hardcore gamers. If you want the kind of hardcore snobbery that would lead a developer to describe their game as an “homage to a time where video games were allowed to be difficult,” you have come to the right place. Move the ball with your mouse, speed-run, enter into the $1,000 contest. There is also a free demo if you don’t want to plunk down the $15 right off the bat. … [Read more...] about [Not Massive] Another Week Of Interesting Steam Releases