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Lead Writer of Reaper of Souls Leaves Blizzard

By: Mimiron in Diablo IIIposted at Jun 20, 2016 9:15 pm

Reaper of Souls is dubbed the revival of Diablo 3. It shows how Blizzard can improve their games from a totally failed vanilla start. If you've played vanilla Diablo 3, you know what I'm speaking about. Remember where the game was and where it is now? Well, surprisingly, Brian Kindregan, the Lead Writer for Diablo 3's expansion, Reaper of Souls left Blizzard Entertainment.


Brian announced on his blog, he no longer works for Blizzard. He was the Lead Writer for Reaper of Souls and Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty along with Heart of the Swarm. Apart from that he worked on Bioware's Mass Effect 2. Here's a quote from his blog:

After seven years and three major releases (as well as some small ones,) I 

Overwatch Rip-off Has Emerged: What a Horrid Creation

By: DanielCsaki in posted at Jun 16, 2016 4:05 pm

Apparently anything is possible nowadays, as Overwatch was quite disgustingly ripped off through an upcoming mobile game titled Legend of Titan.

There are plenty of things that must have motivated the Chinese developer to create an almost exact clone of Overwatch, but mostly the fact that Overwatch is not F2P and it does not have a mobile version.

Blizzard must be rather shocked to see this awful creation, although this is not the first time that their idea got copied. Hearthstone had a rather similar rip-off that was quickly tackled by Blizzard lawyers.

Legend of Titan not only looks the same but its characters are basically almost identical to those of Overwatch. I am quite convinced that the mobile game will never make it outside of China’s borders and Blizzard will probably do its

Lifeless First Impressions – Let The Slaughter Begin

By: DanielCsaki in posted at Jun 16, 2016 2:57 pm

Lifeless is finally available through a Steam Early Access and I decided to try this promising multiplayer zombie basher.

Lifeless is not just another zombie survival game, of which we have plenty around already. Even though there are plenty of competitors to beat in its genre, Lifeless does pretty well so far. The game’s features did not come as much of a surprise since their gameplay trailers have already revealed plenty of in-game things that await us in Lifeless.

The first thing that caught my eyes were the pretty visuals of the game that are more than satisfying for an online survival game. As the game is in Early Access phase, there is still plenty of development going on, but I didn’t get the feeling that Lifeless was an incomplete project at all. I was thrown into a rather hostile

Bungie Still Avoiding a PC Release for Destiny

By: DanielCsaki in Destinyposted at Jun 16, 2016 2:29 pm

Destiny has been around for quite a while now, at least on consoles but the poor PC gamers are still not getting what they asked for.

There are already rumors circulating about a Destiny 2 sequel coming in 2017, and yet we still didn’t get to try it on PC which is slightly appalling. There must be plenty of reasons for Bungie refusing to make the conversion, and one if them is surely the fact that PC shooters are usually infested with cheaters.

But if developers kept on avoiding PC releases because of cheaters than the current shooter industry would be rather dull. A major question arrived after hints of a Destiny sequel began to spread, and that is whether Destiny 2 will finally get a PC version. If we look at Bungie’s approach so far, that is highly unlikely.

But an open world online

Legion Must Revive Competitive Raiding

By: DanielCsaki in World of Warcraftposted at Jun 16, 2016 8:34 am

Some of you might be wondering what I mean by competitive raiding. Just a few years ago there were quite a few ‘professional’ guilds in World of Warcraft, like Nihilum, SK Gaming, Paragon and more.

Recently, news emerged about the probably the best WoW guild, Paragon, deciding to quit and move on to Overwatch. Nihilum and the well-known Kungen are not exactly actively participating in World of Warcraft in a competitive sense either.

These top-notch guilds were basically role models for WoW players and many guilds were attempting to beat them in endgame progression. Nowadays, you can’t really see such hype-generating guilds that are constantly followed by millions of players all over the world.

World of Warcraft has had a declining population for a while now, and Legion really has to br

This is Why Private Servers for MMORPGs Are Popular

By: DanielCsaki in posted at Jun 16, 2016 6:37 am

With all the fuss about Nostalrius going on lately, I decided to do a little personal research about the various private servers for popular MMORPGs, and trust me, it was a rather time-consuming research.

There are probably a lot more private servers around than actual retail ones, which is not pleasing at all, at least for those who wish to remain loyal to developers and publishers. World of Warcraft is probably the most popular target of private server runners, but not all of them are serious enough to get a stable player base as many are simply there to obtain a few bucks from SMS services.

I decided to ask players about their main reasons for playing on unofficial servers instead of retail ones and beyond the usual “because it’s free” responses, many of them felt that those who run pr

Final Fantasy XIV Teams Up With Amazon

By: DanielCsaki in Final Fantasy XIVposted at Jun 16, 2016 12:51 am

If you still didn't get your own, cute and fat Chocobo mount in Final Fantasy XIV, then this is the right time to do so. With only $19.99 you can get the mentioned mount, maid and butler atire, Crag and Inferno mask, and 99x temporary wings for your character. If you already have the code, submit it here.

Summer DLC Campaign In-Game Items

All that is available on Amazon until June 27th, so be fast or you'll end up empty-handed. This new cross-promotional deal regards Amazon only, so resellers won't count if you want to get proper code.

That is quite the news because this limits your purchase options quite a bit. Additionally, this is only available for North American accounts, which will definitely make some European players sad, but it is what it is.

We hope that in the near futur

Bethesda's Announcements for Fallout 4, Fallout Shelter and Skyrim

By: DanielCsaki in posted at Jun 15, 2016 4:57 am

Bethesda's Game Director Todd Howard had a thing or two to say about the upcoming content for their most popular games. First of all, he wanted to make sure that every player out there knows how thankful Bethesda is to have such great community.

They are all really happy and amazed by all the mods and add-ons players have created, which only inspired them to make something new.

Fallout 4 is getting a completely new building list, from elevators, weapon and armor racks to track kits and conveyor belts. Additionally, you'll be able to build your own Vault the way you like it and will be able to make tests and experiments on dwellers.

Fallout Shelter was a major success on all mobile platforms, with over 50 million downloads. With that in mind, Todd announced a big update that will brin

Overwatch counts 10 million players

By: DanielCsaki in Overwatchposted at Jun 15, 2016 4:50 am

It’s been only 3 weeks that Overwatch was officially released and the player count already went through the roof.

A mesmerizing number of 10 million active players is something big gaming companies can only dream about. But, for Blizzard, that's just another day in the office. On the official Overwatch Twitter account, they are sending their gratitude to all fans with the message: "Thank you for daring to see the world for what it could be."

All debates about the games price and trusting Blizzard after WoW drama can now rest peacefully in the past because those 10 million players evidently don't care about that and want to have fun. From what I've heard, the number isn't stopping at 10 million and it keeps rising as we speak.

Just imagine the hype when competitive mode goes live

There Should Be A New Active Time Final Fantasy MMORPG

By: DanielCsaki in posted at Jun 15, 2016 2:02 am

Recently, I decided to do another complete run of the Final Fantasy XIII titles and I must say the Active Time Battle System is such an entertaining feature of the game that it got me wondering how it would work well in an MMO.

There are not many turn-based MMORPGs out there, and although Square Enix’s Active Time Battle system is not exactly the same, I am pretty sure that a brand new online game from the developer with such gameplay would be extremely popular. Atlantica Online is one of the few MMORPGs out there with a strategic turn-based system, but the game is not exactly satisfying visually.

Final Fantasy XIII might just be the last one to have the ATB system as Final Fantasy XV will arrive with real-time action combat. Many of you probably had the chance to play Final Fantasy XIII

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