Written by Kevin Chow Monday, 02 April 2012 09:00
This guide is designed for Sith Inquisitors in Star Wars: The Old Republic to get the maximum amount of affection while doing the daily quests in Belsavis and Ilum. If all daily quests are done, Sith Inquisitor companions can gain the following amount of affection per day: Khem Val - 475, Andronikos Revel - 837, Talos Drellik - 1803, Ashara Zavros - 920, Xalek - 204.
Written by Josh Hurley Monday, 02 April 2012 06:00
It's time to start talking about Final Fantasy Tactics. Now with a lot less pictures than the updates for the last game!
Written by Michael Rohde Saturday, 31 March 2012 05:00
This is the type of story written with invisible ink, it can only be told by those with a magical disposition. It’s the type of story that forces you to believe. It’s the type of story with a treasure map that leads you through peril and despair. We begin our story with that map, a map drawn with invisible ink, much like how the story was originally written.
Written by Erik Kubik, kube00 Friday, 30 March 2012 05:00
As of April 2, 2012, Gamestop will no longer take GameCube trade ins. This means consoles, games and accessories will no longer be accepted. In the long run, what does this mean for gamers?
Written by Ryan Johnson (RyanDJ) Thursday, 29 March 2012 05:00
So, BioWare is going to add on to Mass Effect 3, basically allowing a rewrite of the ending because fans said so. To some, that's the best thing ever; for others, it's the biggest fail in the universe. Most likely, it'll end up somewhere in between.
A lot of people have talked about changing the ending being an artistic milestone: who has the right to change an artist's vision? There are sculptors or painters who can receive negative impressions on their work: most of the time, they'll either scoff someone for not understanding their original piece, or change their vision in the next work. I highly doubt Da Vinci heard people saying there needs to be a different smile on the Mona Lisa and cared one lick.
When you get into the entertainment area though, things can change. Once you have investors, you are selling the rights to your art to myriads of others. Say you write a sitcom, and have plotlines that last three seasons. Suddenly, ratings drop because the Next Big Show goes across from you in the time slots, and you lose your entire audience. The broadcast company thinks they have something to beat it, and needs your time slot. Overnight, they decide you need to cancel your show. Whether you leave it hanging in the hopes it gets picked back up, or give some two-part episode closer, cutting 3/4 of your plan, your artistic vision isn't so much your own anymore. And this decision came from the consumers: they stopped watching your show, so the execs canned it.
Written by Josh Hurley Wednesday, 28 March 2012 11:00
In this update, we start up a new game. Also, history and first impressions.
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