This week Jesse and Ben welcome the always controversial developer of the original GearScore Kevin Foster, who's now converted the add-on to PlayerScore.
Dragon Age II launches in early March and as part of the celebration, Ten Ton Hammer along with BioWare are giving away copies of the Signature Edition of the game.
This week on the last Ten Ton Hammer Live of 2010, Jesse and Ben welcome Adam Mersky and Kate Paiz from Turbine to talk about the amazing progress The Lord of the Rings Online has made since switching
2001-2010 has proven to be an incredible time in the MMO gaming world. We've seen hundreds of titles come, a few of them go, and a few that stood out among the rest as excellent.
Coming back from the BioWare Studios in Edmonton, Alberta, Benjamin J. de la Durantaye recounts his hands-on experience with upcoming RPG, Dragon Age II.
Happy Holidays from Ten Ton Hammer and Sony Online Entertainment.
This week on Ten Ton Hammer Live Jesse and Ben are all about the release of World of Warcraft Cataclysm and opinion on the game abounds.
Just to keep you all up-to-date, the PlayerScore update will be available soon. There were some unexpected issues but the devs are working around the clock to get it out as soon as possible.
Yes, we're live!
You can find SPARK at http://www.worldofaddons.com/spark/download
As an update, we've posted a Director's letter which outlines the events leading up to launch and our action plan going forward to address some of these issues. You can find the letter at http://worldofaddons.com/directors-letter-aug-2012
That's the thing--that support email address goes directly to the technical crew who really don't have much to do with the issue here. We're adjusting the formmail so it goes to the proper address.
Hey again folks,
We've spent the last few days working out a resolution for your requests. Our team can assist you through the Contact Us page on World of Addons, as mentioned above (http://www.worldofaddons.com/contact).
While some may disagree with the posting of some of these addons, others have been grateful to have their work shared. As such, every request needs to be processed manually and verified for authenticity. This may cause a turnaround time of a few days but our staff is prepared to work tirelessly to assist you.
Requests for takedown will only be handled through the means above, so please be aware that requests through forums or social networks will not be processed.
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