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It's that time again! EverQuest recently announced their newest progression server. The details of this progression server are only slightly different from the previous iterations.
Now to answer the question many of you have already asked...
I don't know.
I'd say I'm evenly split 50/50 on whether or not I will play on Coirnav. If I do, I'm playing a Cleric. But I don't know if I have it in me to grind in Unrest and Guk again through the pre-Kunark era. Perhaps not this soon.
I have until March 16, 2018 when Coirnav progression server launches.
News of microtransactions in Sea of Thieves has been making its way around the internet over the past 24 hours. Here's what we know:
Having played Sea of Thieves for quite some time, and following the developers logs and releases, I'm comfortable with this for a few reasons.
If you own a Switch and want to take my word on another great builder game, I highly recommend you check out Dragon Quest Builders.
DQB comes out on Switch tomorrow and it’ll be $40 which is cheaper than the $60 it was on PS4 (yet still worth it then too).
Although it has no multiplayer, it’s a great game about building up a kingdom and defending it from bad guys. There’s lots of Minecraft meets plenty of other builder games in this one.
Give it a shot and let me know what you think! I have the Switch version on my birthday list (February 15th) and will share my adventures and lots on the Switch version here soon.
Blizzard Executive Producer J. Allen Brack and Senior Game Designer Jeremy Feasel were interviewed by Forbes and during the interview they were asked several questions about the complexities and decisions involved with bringing back a Classic World of Warcraft experience.
One of the questions brought about an interesting answer.
I think mobile gaming continues to have a strong future as a defined space which is why I’m always interested in seeing who is going to make the next coolest advancement in the mobile gaming space.
If anyone has the ability to come out of left field, it’s Nintendo.
This next idea isn’t really weird, but perhaps it’s a neat and logical step for the company’s mobile offering. Mark Kart is coming to smartphones. What a perfect idea.