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I’m going to get sucked back into trying the EverQuest progression server thing again. They are releasing a new “PoP-Locked” server which means that the server will not progress beyond the Planes of Power era. Not a terrible place to stop. My previous dives into the progression servers didn’t end well. I first started on […]Continue reading
Kingdom of Loot released into early access on Steam today. For only $6.74 I felt like I could abandon my “no more early access” rule. I was really, really looking forward to playing. Unfortunately, I really wish I hadn’t. I don’t like to trash games. I know a lot of hard work goes into making […]Continue reading
I’m going to share some of my divination secrets with you guys. Want to know how to spot a stinker in the MMO PVP genre? Look for these ‘selling points’: Early Access Enforced player caps on battles No persistence with regular resets or win conditions And if you want a cherry on top then look […]Continue reading
I was inspired (which I need more of lately) to write today’s topic on the status of Camelot Unchained. My inspiration came from a comment by one of our regular readers who hijacked a post. The comment hijack inspired me to look up a WordPress plugin that would move comments to another post, so thank […]Continue reading
One of my on-going complaints in any sandbox game with open-world PvP is that things tend to always swing in favor of the PvPers. Despite there being multiple ways to play the game, whether it be crafting, gathering, PvE, or PvP, things tend toward balancing in the PvPer’s favor. Albion Online is/was no different. I’m […]Continue reading