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Massive Chalice hands-on: emotional turn-based strategy

Natalie Meilk was out of explosive flasks, but I was confident she could kill the last Lapse, a ranged spectral enemy, with her jai alai -like curved blade. She dealt only two points of damage with an unlucky glancing blow, but that’s okay. Her sister Roanoke was nearby, and she had a few flasks left.

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The Legend of Korra review

need to know What is it? A beat-em up based on the popular Nickelodeon TV

World of Warcraft servers are finally coming to Australia

World of Warcraft went live on November 23, 2004.

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World of Warcraft servers are finally coming to Australia

Outlast 2 is in development

Outlast , the indie horrorfest about an unlucky journalist stumbling through a crumbling, not-at-all-abandoned insane asylum, did pretty well for itself last year. “Is Outlast scary?” our review asked , in the rhetorical way reviewers like to. “Hell yes.” And so it’s not surprising (but still very good news) that developer Red Barrels has finally confirmed that a sequel is in the works.

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10 years of World of Warcraft: an interview with Ion Hazzikostas

World of Warcraft turns ten next month. Think about that for a second: not only have people been playing World of Warcraft for ten years, but Blizzard has actively supported it for a decade. While there’s no lack of statistics pointing to a declining subscriber base, the truth of the matter is that even in decline, World of Warcraft is head and shoulders above its competition.

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