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World of Warcraft: Introduces WoW Token
Posted by Brandy on Mar 16, 2015 at 3:14 AM
 
Blizzard recently announced plans to integrate a new option for buying game time with in-game gold. Players will be able to utilize the auction house to purchase a "WoW Token" that can be used for 30 days of game time. Veteran WoW players will be the first to acknowledge that this is a big step for the Warcraft franchise. Read more
 
Daybreak Game Laid off Developers
Posted by Brandy on Feb 13, 2015 at 9:50 AM
 
Formerly known as Sony Online Entertainment, Daybreak Game has been facing a lot of problems since their recent divorce from Sony. The first being that they have had to lay off many of their old employees after being acquired by Columbus Nova. With current projects like H1Z1 and Everquest Next gaining popularity, it is important that Daybreak Game keep their servers up and running just like they did while known as Sony Online Entertainment. Read more
 
Wildstar Changes the Game for 2015
Posted by Brandy on Jan 16, 2015 at 5:55 AM
 
In all, 2014 was not a great year for Wildstar. The reasons are too numerous to explain shortly. But it is no secret that the most anticipated MMO of recent memory has struggled to find its footing following release. Read more
 
The Elder Scrolls Online Nixes Six-Month Subscription, Announces Tamriel Unlimited
Posted by Brandy on Dec 30, 2014 at 4:55 AM
 
ZeniMax removed in late December the six-month subscription option, which while harmless enough on its own – fans can still choose to subscribe on shorter billing options – it raised concerns that the MMORPG could be prepping to go free to play soon. Read more
 
World of Warcraft: Warlord of Draenor Subscription Surpassed 10 Million
Posted by Brandy on Nov 20, 2014 at 3:49 AM
 
World of Warcraft stunned the international gaming community recently when they released their subscriber numbers early on in 2015. The game, which was released in 2004, had been on the decline ever since it peaked with its third expansion, The Wrath of the Lich King. Even with the slow decline, this would have made it a gigantic success in the history of video games as being one of the most long standing single video games in the history of the industry. The slow decline was seen as a standard part of the MMORPG process, which had originally been thought of as a model that will eventually die as people move on to games that have been modeled in a system that's more up to date. WoW was released way back in 2004, but development began shortly after the series' last RTS installment, Warcraft 3, making the core system a very, very old one for people to still be playing on. Read more
 
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