In the beginning, Gaming was a social experience. Even before the days of arcades and MMOs, carnivals, festivals, fairs and amusement parks provided us with shooting galleries, fortune telling machines and skill based challenges. As far back as the middle ages, gaming was a social experience.
I am going to depart a bit from the photo rich articles of previous issues and talk about something many commanders ignore, or fail to consider. This has led to more defeats throughout history than any other, at least that I can recall.
Creative Director Rich Lambert shares his experience in creating the next chapter for Elder Scrolls Online, Morrowind.
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.
Dont miss your chance to win a untra rare style code for Grey the Hawk in Atlas Reactor.
It's a rare experience to find a game so true to history that you feel you are wandering the streets of a medieval version of today's world. This is the case for Kingdom Come: Deliverance as you wander the countryside of the now Czech Republic and was then Bohemia.
February proved to be an interesting month for several reasons. First, a lot of discussion occurred about the new World vs. World (WvW) mount. Then we got the bombshell of ArenaNet becoming another gaming company with a layoff. The discussions about what this meant for Guild Wars 2 ran both hot and cold wherever it was discussed. I checked out some different news sources and posts from ArenaNet to get a handle on the truth of it all.
Fifteen years ago I joined my first MMORPG called Dark Age of Camelot while it was in the beta phases. When the game came out it was shortly after my daughter was born and I found myself with a lot of time late at nights to play. I joined up with a guild, who a few players I liked were a part of. Through my time there I saw a stigma against players who could not put in the time required by their guild mandates.
Although the term 'Identity theft' has been around since the 1960s, the computer age and the growth of the internet has led to its proliferation. “Phishing” is one aspect of identity theft.
Truth be known, when I was asked to write this article, I didn’t know who Lindsey Stirling was. Apparently I live under a rock, because in the music world, she is an up-and-coming violinist/ballerina that can “work the crowd into a frenzy by dropping the beat like a rave fairy.”