Articles with this tag:10
- Arhang in defaultposted at 11:56 pm Oct 11,2011
Many players are complaining about lack of RPG in MMORPG but there are few titles that really stand out from the rest, without doubt Dark Age of Camelot is one of them!
It's not every day that an MMO turn 10 (there are only few MMO's that old) so Mythic (developer) is taking full advantage of this situation to hype up Dark Age of Camelot.
Dark Age of Camelot has been released on 10th October 2001 and from the first day it's Pay-to-Play (P2P).
It is definitely a great success for Mythic to produce such great and popular game - and even "old" and "ugly" graphic won't change it!
Mythic have created a poster to highlight the races, classes and conflicts of Dark Age of Camelot over the last 10 years - over the last few weeks they were revealing the poster piece
- OverTheRainbow in defaultposted at 6:12 am Aug 17,2010
10. Pyramid Head
Pyramid Head, also known as the Triangle Head was created with a goal of having a monster with a hidden face appeared Silent Hill 2. Pyramid Head is unusual for a video game antagonist since he lacks a voice, a visible face and motivation. Critical reaction to him has been favorable for his appearance and role as an element of James' psyche. Of the monsters that appeared in Silent Hill 2, Pyramid Head is one of the few that presents masculine appearance. Pyramid Head does not speak but grunts and moans painfully inside helmet.
Kuja is the main protagonist in Final Fantasy IX. He's a Genome produced by Garland, manufactured to provoke wars between humans. He's working under the amper shadow of Queen Brahne. After he learns of his mortality, Kuja's goal becomes th
- garik12 in defaultposted at 3:25 am Apr 09,2010
Shoot this, jump on that, collect the other... Computer games may be the media of the 21st Century but players have been pursuing the same objectives since Pong and Pac-Man.
On the very periphery of the industry are some pioneers though - developers attempting to move beyond the Pavlovian paradigm of simple goal pursuit. Some tell stories, others deliberately set out to bewilder, but all make you question what constitutes a computer game. We've picked ten of the best for your PC.
Get it here: www.moddb.com/mods/nestlings/
A gentle introduction into the world of interactive fiction, Nestlings is Lewis Denby's second foray into the genre. The first of four Half Life 2 mods in this run down, it's a short and creep story.
Though thematically slight, it's a brave mod that challenges your preconceptions. You can't shake the fear that NPC foes will emerge at any turn, pulse rifles blazing, but the final pay off is far more subtle.
9. Minotaur in a China Shop
- Ichwill in World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandariaposted at 11:53 pm Feb 11,2010
Not the best of days for World of Warcraft news, this, with the announcement of the game's stagnant userbase followed by a revelation most new WoW players barely scratch at Azeroth's surface.
Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime said earlier today that 70% of people playing on a WoW trial account (which I'd imagine would be most new players) fail to progress past level 10 in the game. Considering you can advance your character all the way up to level 80, that's not very far, indicating that most WoW players either hang around doing nothing or, as seems more likely, don't stick around too long.
And that suggests the game has a fairly high turnover rate at the moment, perhaps explaining why WoW's subscriber base hasn't moved past 11.5 million in over a year.
If Blizzard can't address that in the game's upcoming expansion pack, Cataclysm, we really could - finally - be looking at the game's tipping point in terms of popularity. Not its end, of course...just the point where the end is closer
- IulyaSama in defaultposted at 8:53 am Dec 24,2009
♦In the Ukraine, if you find a spider web in the house on Christmas morning, it is believed to be a harbinger of good luck! There once lived a woman so poor, says a Ukrainian folk tale, that she could not afford Christmas decorations for her family. One Christmas morning, she awoke to find that spiders had trimmed her children’s tree with their webs. When the morning sun shone on them, the webs turned to silver and gold. An artificial spider and web are often included in the decorations on Ukrainian Christmas trees.
♦At Christmas, it is traditional to exchange kisses beneath the mistletoe tree. In ancient Scand
- Hyuk in defaultposted at 1:41 am Oct 02,2009
It's no secret that females in video games are typically blatantly, sexualized byproducts of perverted character design. Between their skimpy attire and grossly exaggerated anatomy, most ladies featured in video games look more like prostitutes than crime-fighting, evil-slaying heroes. While games like Dead or Alive, Ninja Gaiden and Soulcalibur continue to perpetuate the demeaning myth that girls should dress like whores to sell games and kick ass, there are those leading ladies that have striven to break the stereotype.
Zoey (Left 4 Dead)
Being the female in a predominately male group of zombie apocalypse survivors, Zoey could easy have been a scantily clad, buxom schoolgirl cliché. After all, that's the way women are typically portrayed in zombie video games if Resident Evil 3, House of the Dead: Overkill and Hunter: The Reckoning are anything to go by. Valve, however, designed Zoey as a normal, female college student trapped in abnormal circumstances. Her jeans and pink parka is feminine without being sexual, yet she totes enough guns and ammunition to keep an army equipped. She may have almost flunked out of school for watching too many horror movies, but she gets
- Zanpakutou in defaultposted at 6:00 pm Sep 09,2009
I'm 100% sure that this "easy to level" stuff only applies up to a certain level. All games are like that and at some point it will turn into an epic grind. That point is determined by the developers.
10) With Your Destiny
At first glance this looks fast but then so did MU. How did they counter this? There's 400 possible levels for your character. To top it off there's the God, Celestial God, etc. ranks as well which could be other ways to extend the grind. It doesn't matter if the first 50 levels are fast. You still have 350 more to go. Its like playing Disgaea if it was online. Are you really prepared to grind 30 levels in the same spot?
9) Gods War Online
It explains itself. The fact that you have to go AFK to level up your character doesn't mean its fast. It means its so grindy that no human player could ever get far into the game. Shouldn't you be fun playing your game? Not waiting for the game to catch up so you can continue playing? Also, wouldn't this create an enormous bot problem because you can't tell normal players from bots? If bots are few in num
- Zanpakutou in defaultposted at 9:13 pm Sep 05,2009
Over the last decade or so, I've played a lot of games. The following are the bosses that I consider to be the most ridiculous and most annoying to fight. Simply either because they are ridiculously tough or just have an annoying ability that is difficult to counter. These bosses tend to be extremely cheap or overpowered or both. Final Fantasy didn't make it to the list because of Auto-Life and Armaggeddon spam. You know what I'm talking about if you've ever fought that boss.
1) Shin Megami Tensei Series (Digital Devil Saga, Nocturne, and Persona dunno about Raidou)
Boss: Almost any fight but especially the cameo battles
These bosses are loaded with the cheapest and most powerful attacks with almost no way to counter them except through trial and error. In the special optional boss battles, the boss will consider any abilities that nullify or absorb an attack to be a cheap shot. In response they will instantly kill your entire party (9999 damage to everyone when max hp is 999) until you restructure your team. Most of these battles are a test of endurance against an enemy with insane damage. You have to be careful because if the battle drags out too long, they will use t
- lesile in defaultposted at 12:28 am Sep 26,2007
- lesile in defaultposted at 11:52 pm Jun 14,2007