Star Wars: The Old Republic I thought that a new Star Wars movie would help rekindle my interest in this BioWare title, but no. I am so utterly bored of this game, and I’m tired and weary of creating my own content. Ever since the roleplay server was hamfistedly merged with a standard PvE one, RP has scattered to housing plots. … [Read more...] about The MMO Subscription Cull: 2018 Edition
The WoW Remote Auction House will be deactivated on April 18, 2018. On that date, you will no longer be able to view Auction House listings or make Auction House transactions through the official WoW website or the WoW Armory app, and all links will be removed from our website. After April 18, you’ll still be able to use the WoW Armory app for all other purposes, including accessing your character profiles, talent calculators, event calendars, and more. … [Read more...] about Remote Auction House to Be Retired on April 18th + Datamining Goodies
“The Web/Mobile Auction had a lot more issues with keeping it up than it was really worth for the small amount of players that actually used it. Trying to tackle and fix those issues (for transparency the majority were just exploits) just takes dev time away from working on new content. While it may change in the future, we currently at this time aren't planning to bring this back.” … [Read more...] about World Of Warcraft Auction House App Will Be Shutting Down And Won’t Be Coming Back Any Time Soon
That’s not saying everything about combat is disappointing. While the skill-up process itself is grindy, the skill trees themselves are incredibly flexible. Want to play a Paladin-type? Then simply level up in Blades, Shields, Heavy Armour and a touch of life magic. How about a rogue? Go for light armour and sink points into subterfuge. Completing mobs and killing quests build up a skill point pool, which are then gradually allocated to skills the more they’re used. It’s a neat system that molds itself around how you play, but requires time and effort to sink into it. Hence the grind. … [Read more...] about Does Classic Charm Make for an MMO Worth Playing?
There would be a main access portal somewhere (for example in capital cities on each planet), and when you interact with it you could travel to your own asteroid (or friends asteroid, given that he gave you permission to visit). Your asteroid could be your housing zone, where you could build own castle, farm, lake, whatever. … [Read more...] about Personal asteroids as a form of housing