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Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire designer explains why their mounts stand out in the MMO crowd
Guild Wars 2 is finally getting mounts when the massively multiplayer online role-playing game’s second expansion, Path of Fire, comes out for PC ... Wars 2 game designer Roy Cronacher about this new approach to the MMO staple and why developer ArenaNet ... read more
Can Camelot Unchained kickstart MMOs?
The doctors believed in their path for SWTOR ... Jacobs noticed that his young team were keen MMO players, and "it just started getting the juices flowing again". So he played some MMOs, particularly Guild Wars 2, and decided there and then that "I ... read more
Here Are the Golden Globe Winners in the TV Categories
The biggest winners in the television categories at Sunday’s 75th annual Golden Globe Awards were HBO’s “Big Little Lies,” Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” and Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” “The Handmaid’s Tale” won Best ... read more
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Disgaea 5 Spans Multiple Netherworlds And This Game’s Heroes Unite For Revenge
Demons that have held a grudge against Void Dark and his underlings have quietly began to stand up, in order to get revenge. The stage of Disgaea 5 is set in numerous Netherworlds, where demon lords of their own Netherworlds will gather together ... read more
Westworld season two filming is suspended after a 'male cast member suffers a serious medical emergency'
The Western-era adult theme park is essentially a world where visitors can act on their desires and impulse without fear ... 4 Critics' Choice Television Awards, 2 Writers Guild of America Awards, and 2 Satellite Awards. read more
Network Television Stations Speed Up TV Shows to Fit in More Ads
According to an article in The New York Times from 2016, big broadcasting companies like Turner and Viacom (which owns MTV, Comedy Central, and Nickelodeon) have begun to cut back on commercials and shift their focus to programming sponsored by brands ... read more