Interview with Mark Daivs and Steve PerkinsMMORPG.com has updated their site today with this interview that covers the upcoming Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning.
The first few questions that I asked were asked for clarification, starting with the exact license that they have. We all know and can see the influences that the miniatures game is having on WAR, but I was curious as to whether the license extended beyond that, to all of the Warhammer (excluding 40K) IP.
With the San Francisco event out of the way, there is a horde of Conan love being thrown around the Internet. This time around, CVG has dropped their Age of Conan preview onto their site for all to see. Although many general facts are displayed, their are a number of interesting elements that can be drawn from the CVG preview, including some facts on player vs. character skill.
Disemboweling and beheadings are only months away.
A brief preview of AoC has gone live at 1up.com. Although short, the preview does include the previewers initial thoughts on the Age of Conan combat system and the gritty, hands-on feeling that they were left with.
IGN.com has whipped up a preview of Funcom's upcoming MMOG, Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures, and they've relayed a bit of information regarding the first few levels of play and their thoughts on the aggressive combat system. Get your Crom on and enjoy some AoC info!
Interview with Jeff Hickman and Paul Barnett, Part #3WarCry has posted the third part of their interview with Warhammer's Jeff Hickman and Paul Barnett.
mattlow: We keep hearing about the Tome of Knowledge, but we don't actually have many details about it. It's not like a database for the game, so you have to unlock it, you have to find the things to fill it?