In keeping with their music in game obsessions, Epic Games apparently decided to team up with the band Weezer and create a theme park island based around the band’s latest album. It’s probably not the oddest choice a game company could make, but some players are questioning why a game that caters to younger players would add an entire island dedicated to a band that mostly appeals to individuals over 30. … [Read more...] about There’s A Weezer-Themed Theme Park Island In Fortnite Now
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Considering that Wild West Online is a wild dud these days, players looking for multiplayer western action are turning their eyes to Red Dead Redemption 2. The game is coming out for consoles on October 26th, but Rockstar Games continues to be cagey as to whether or not the open-world title will make an appearance (as is rumored) on PC. … [Read more...] about Red Dead Redemption 2’s gameplay video makes the west look like an activity-packed theme park
The Community It’s super populated right now across regions and realms, and while that may sound normal, anyone who’s playing on Classic at the moment will tell you, something’s different about this. There’s a different vibe in the air when it comes to the playerbase, and it’s not new but it’s certainly been missing from retail WoW and other modern MMORPG games today. It’s that closely knit MMORPG community feeling, where players rely on one another, interact more, and willingly or unwillingly help each other through the game’s content, that’s the key ingredient in all of this. This is what’s tugging at my nostalgia strings – not the Classic gameplay as I’ve never played it launch, but this – a community so in-tune with itself, the world and the adventures we’re sharing together. It’s positive, it’s infectious and it is what will keep players playing the content down the line. … [Read more...] about Why Is World of Warcraft Classic So Popular Right Now?
1. That Blizzard polish™ I don’t think you can really appreciate how smooth and polished World of Warcraft is unless you’ve spent a good amount of time dipping into other MMOs. There’s a wide range of polish out there, and World of Warcraft is most definitely on the high end. When you’ve played an MMO where the movement is janky, where the systems are oblique, and where too much is obviously broken, then coming back to this game is a revelation. It was one of the aspects that helped WoW set itself apart back in 2004, and that still serves it well today. … [Read more...] about Perfect Ten: Why World of Warcraft is still worth playing in 2018
#5 The Burning Crusade (2.4m units sold) World of Warcraft’s very first expansion was 2007’s The Burning Crusade. The game added Outland, a new off-world continent, two new races in the Dranei and Blood Elves and much more. With World of Warcraft at the height of its popularity in early parts of 2006, the expansion came at a good time and 2.4m units sold in 2007 is relatively huge. Back then the internet isn’t the marketing monster it is today, and hype about the expansion grew in many ways it would have never done today – magazines, word of mouth and ICQ/MSN – remember that one? … [Read more...] about Here Are The Top 5 Most Popular World of Warcraft Expansions 2019