Thought I'd start a pack for the folks migrating from GOTA and their friends - and for anyone who wants to start a PC in Beastworld among a supportive and empowering pack. As I understand it, the game allows for players to create 3 pc's with a regular account, so learning the game in a PvE environment can only help if folks want to excel in other situations. UBUNTU is our watchword. Nelena is our Mother. The pack has our back. https://fracturedmmo.com/guild-profile/id/3915/ … [Read more...] about Beastling Pack (GOTA Refugees and Friends)
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With over 4 Billion videos watched every day on YouTube, it has become the to-go video platform for everything. Be it how to debug an issue with your technology or to getting the latest updates in a wide range of fields, YouTube has it all! This mammoth of a video sharing site has grown to encompass the entire web through videos. If you ever needed to learn something new and outside of your domain, don’t fret it out, YouTube has probably got you covered. YouTube’s Content creator platform has committed more than 8000+ partnered creators, raking in over 400 million videos in the process. YouTube’s content creator platform partnership has led to an influx of high-quality video content in the form of technology, vlogs, science, education and much more categories. These videos are of the highest quality and have a value of knowledge associated with it. There are certain YouTube channels that are worth your spare time, while helping you gain some important knowledge in the … [Read more...] about 21 Youtube Channels for Learning, Development & Growth
Sorry about the title, but I never said I was a poet. “Mine Enemy”, the second featured episode of the new Star Trek Online series arc debuted Saturday, and once again prior engagements kept me elsewhere and unable to log on at the time of launch. Again, I thought it was for the best as Cryptic still appeared less than prepared to handle the increased server loads at such a peak time. However, things didn’t go too smoothly for me either when I was finally able to play that night. I didn’t encounter any high-population-related problems, but I did hit a pretty annoying bug instead. More on that later. Note: Spoilers in text and screenshots This week, T’Androma and First Officer Sleer investigate a Ferengi-run mining colony in the Hfihar System. The rest of the away team stay behind as not to spook the miners and inhabitants, mostly made up of Romulan refugees, as they are not used to seeing too many outsiders to their area. For more on the plot and story of … [Read more...] about STO: Valentine, Valentine, Wilt Thou Be Mine (Enemy)?
The time has finally come — you know, where I start assaulting you all, my poor readers, with my impressions of Star Wars: The Old Republic from general testing over the last five months, now that the NDA for testing has been lifted. I do have plans to expand upon much of the following in future posts (as if only one gargantuan wall-of-text won’t be enough, right?) But there are quite a few thoughts I do want to toss up on here first. I took a bunch of notes throughout my testing experience, which are a mess right now and which I should really try to consolidate into something coherent. While I love the game and had a lot of fun testing, much of this ended up being the basis for the “constructive criticism” I offered up during feedback, so hopefully this impression piece will come across fair and balanced. I aim to be completely honest. Overall Thoughts You’ll probably hear this a lot, but it’s true — the first thing that came to my mind when I … [Read more...] about SWTOR Beta Test: The Obligatory General Impressions Mega-Post
Support Massively OP on PatreonWere you too busy gaming this week to pay attention to MMO news? Get caught up every Sunday evening with Massively Overpowered’s Week in Review! How do you pick one big story in a week like this? You don’t: You just roll with all the big ones. This week, we learned Bethsoft is working on a new Fallout game, Fallout 76, with a rumored online and/or MMO component, which set the internet on fire. ZeniMax then freaked its community out when players discovered spyware had been patched into Elder Scrolls Online; the studio apologized, saying it was added in error and will be removed this week, never having been activated or used. And then there was Bless Online, which soft launched into early access with server outages, downtime, dupes, and refunds from folks upset over the game’s lack of endgame content. Stay tuned for our own hands-on with the game’s first week, and then read on for the very best of this week’s MMO news and … [Read more...] about MMO Week in Review: Fallout 76, Bless Online, and Elder Scrolls Online