Bless Unleashed is slated to roll out on XBox One later this year and the developers are busy revving up the hype train. So, of course, that means class videos. The Berserker class trailer dropped today, offering players a brief look at it in action. The trailer doesn’t offer any major insight into the class’ abilities, although you do get a pretty good look at them spinning around a lot. … [Read more...] about Things Go Berserk As Bless Unleashed Starts Showcasing Classes
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With PvP-encrusted MMORPGs like Camelot Unchained, Crowfall, and even Revival on the genre’s horizon, I have a glimmer of hope that the future of MMO PvP might not be a dreadful dichotomy of sterile MOBAs and psychopathic gankboxes after all. PvP might just have a chance at restoration to a place of honor in MMORPGs rather than be jammed into themeparks as an afterthought or unleashed into empty open worlds as the lazy dev’s idea of “hardcore content.” MMO PvP has been great before — wouldn’t it be fun if it were great again? This is how I’d like to see it go down: Here are six things I expect from serious MMO PvP. Faction balance and guild control Perfect balance in anything in an MMO is probably unachievable, but that’s no excuse for developers to give up. Time and again we’ve seen MMO dev teams shrug helplessly when one PvP faction in a game dominates the others, whether those factions … [Read more...] about Working As Intended: Six things I expect from serious MMO PvP
Part of The Complete Beginner’s Guide There are no terrible choices when it comes to picking a country to play in War Thunder, each one has strengths and weaknesses. If you’re feeling patriotic you can go for your own nation (if it’s in the game) or if you have a particular favourite aircraft then go for the appropriate country and work up to it (or enjoy it right away, if you happen to be especially keen on the P-26 Peashooter). It’s not as if you have to religiously stick to playing one country either, playing two or three (or all five) countries is good for mixing up play styles to keep things fresh, learning about the strengths and weaknesses of a variety of planes, and allowing aircraft of one nation to repair over time while playing another. The following only covers aircraft, I’m afraid I haven’t really been keeping up with the relative strengths of tanks. The USSR If you have no strong preference then starting off with the Soviet Union … [Read more...] about A Beginner’s Guide to War Thunder – Which Country Should I Play?
This is the common question most new bloggers be asking you: when should I update my blog and How often I should update my Blog? And honestly, there is no thumb rule to this apart from following a proper post publishing schedule. There is no exact rule on this, as updating your blog depends on many factors such as: You: Your time Availability. Niche : Your Blog topic. Audience: How often your readers expect to see a new content on your Blog Let’s dive into the details without further ado: When should I update my blog? There are only three kind of posting frequencies. Posting daily Most probloggers will advise you to post daily eespecially when you’re new to blogging. It’s because when you’re new to blogging, you’ll have quite less chances to get visibility to your blog either from the search engines or from other readers. So it’s no brainer to posting daily when you’re new to blogging to get more traffic or readers to your blog. Post daily … [Read more...] about How Often You Should Update Your Blog?
Are you one of those budding bloggers who is not monetizing his blog and is skeptical of doing so? If so, I have also walked in your shoes. In the early days of my blogging career, I did not take advantage of AdSense or any other ad platform. Perhaps the reason many of us stay away from monetizing our blogs is that we are protective of our image, and we fear being judged by our readers. Me: Why? BB: Because it’s a new blog, and putting AdSense on it might make my visitors think that I blog for money. Me: Then why did you apply for AdSense when you are not planning to monetize your blog? BB: I will monetize it when I have good traffic. Me: What difference does it make whether you monetize the blog now or later? Will the perception of your readers be different at another point in time? Our conversation went on for a while and came away with a suspicion that many other bloggers share my friend’s feelings about advertising on a new blog. My question remains, why wait to … [Read more...] about Should I Add Google AdSense Ads on My New Blog?