By now, most RIFT players have seen mentions of the Telara Saga, it's filled their chat channels, their forums, and the gaming press. From the outside many will look at the adventure and see a highly organized, and professional view of rather normal activities in the game many have overlooked.
In the wake of some pretty awesome remakes and remasters on the horizon, including the RPG Classic Final Fantasy VII, we thought it would be fun to give our top 10 games we feel would make excellent remasters.
I expected something similar, but with a brand new flavor. I am not disappointed. The new zone is gorgeous. The monsters have cool ways of trying to kill you, let alone never seen before additions. There are multiple challenges to getting masteries. Let’s not forget mounts!
If you told me 13 years ago that I would be interviewing Mark Jacobs for a Magazine I was producing, I would have laughed and said you were crazy. I never would have expected that today I would have the chance to go one on one with such an influential person in the industry.
My grandma, Thelma Hart, passed away this summer at the venerable age of 88. She absolutely adored chocolate. A couple summers ago when I had a mountain of zucchini taking over my garden, she gave me this recipe. I baked up a couple loaves and took some down to Arkansas to share with her when we visited with her on vacation. We scarfed it down while talking and playing Uno. Even people who say they don’t like zucchini will love this bread.
I’ve enjoyed a lot of what ArenaNet has done in the expansion of Guild Wars 2 over the years. Sure there are parts that drove me nuts, some that turned me off, but there is something about this game that keeps me coming back, unlike many other games I’ve played. I will admit part of it is the great community at Gaiscioch. However, it’s the fun of seeing what new twist they put in to keep it familiar, but different. What achievements will they give to infuriate us while we scrounge our way across a new map? I’m definitely a goal oriented person and like the fun of figuring out the new things they add, even if I haven’t completed half of what is there already.
With the release of patch 1.6, there is a brand new justice system in ESO, or at least there is a portion of a justice system.
A long time ago, there was a young version of me, fresh out of school and one of the rare few that knew his way around building a website. The year was 2000 and I was on a mission to work in the gaming industry.
The Gaiscioch Social Gaming Community in itself is not a charitable organization. Instead Gaiscioch works with several non-profit charities that benefit children and their families in times of crisis.
Paladins is a new team-based competitive multiplayer, and one of my standout games of last year.
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