Star Trek Online is settling into the routine of MMOG cycling. The never ending cycle of develop, deploy, get eviscerated on the forums, make changes, appease few, upset many, repeat.
up loot is great, trying to figure out what all of
the Star Trek Online shorthand means isn’t.
Star Trek Online is turning over a new leaf in the real world PvP arena, also known as community relations.
Cryptic continues to roll out new information about content, whether it is imminent (Season One: Common Ground) or slightly further off in the distance (Expanding Universe: Part One).
This week, Cryptic's Craig Zinkievich provides a new State of the Game for Star Trek Online.
Star Trek Online heads to the Golden State with a lot of questions to answer (some from our very own readers).
Star Trek Online offers up the latest addition to the fleet this week, The Trident.
Nobody is missing anything, the servers have been down and now there is a queue to enter a single player game. I can't recall every sitting in a queue for a single player game (except SWToR of course).
Happy 5th Birthday LOTRO!
I think of this every year as my now five year old son reminds he needs his second breakfast.
Love the game, and really enjoy the setting. Oh it's fun watching other games incorporate *cough* borrow/steal* the mechanics from the game.
I friggin love EVE and how all this drama plays out. What a cut-throat world with no holds barred. It's brilliant.
Of course it's the same reason I can't play the game, my plushie carebear paws can't type in nulsec space. I'm the one The Mitt would making fun of and I would deserve it, but I know that and everyone playing the game knows that too. When you play EVE, you can expect to be podded, robbed, swindled, exploited and overall abused.
Anything else would be civilized.
For the first time in a long time I have stopped my renewing sub. I've done this in the past for short periods (usually planned absences) but I've always come back. A very good friend of mine with 4 lvl 80s and 4 lvl 85s has played a few hours in the last month and just told me "I"m done dude."
WoW is still fun. It is the benchmark for what games should strive to be, but I think I might actually be tired of it. I will probably come back (I always have in the past) but I might not.
I think this just means I'm old. That movie was made just after they went to color. I did answer without looking it up on that new fangled internet deeeevice too.
Someone just turned on Price is Right here at the old folks home, then I'll need a nap. You whipper snappers keep it down.
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