Carlyn Lim is an artist at ArenaNet, and has worked on games like Guild Wars 2. Read more...
Is it MMO deals weekend? Yep. Certainly the most notable deals this weekend are focused on the undying genre. This week Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood became available for pre-order on Steam priced at $39.99 for the Standard Edition or $59.99 for the Collector's Edition. Show More Summary
With a brand new season releasing next week (re: lots more content), ArenaNet's Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns is having another week-long sale to draw in new players. Both editions of the game are on sale for 50% off, with the Standard Edition priced at $24.99, and the Deluxe Edition coming in at $37.49. Show More Summary
Cool Stuff is your geeky holiday shopping guild published all year round. In today’s edition, we bring you a cool microscale LEGO Disneyland which needs your help to become a reality, Mondo’s “Waiting for My J Man” Harley Quinn Statue,...Show More Summary
Cool Stuff is your geeky holiday shopping guild published all year round. In today’s edition, we bring you an all screenprint edition of Cool Stuff. We have Mike Mitchell Star Wars portrait prints featuring Princess Leia and Wicket the...Show More Summary
Today in Entertainment: Screen Actors Guild award nominees revealed; looking back at 2016's best songs Dec. 15, 2016, 9:53 a.m. Here's what's new and interesting in the world of entertainment and the arts today: 'Manchester By the Sea,' 'Fences' and 'Moonlight' lead SAG awards nominations Review:...
The holidays approach and sales are spreading through the Internet, and they have now reached the popular MMO from ArenaNet, Guild Wars 2. For one week, the first expansion to the game, Heart of Thorns, reaches a historic low price of $24.99. Show More Summary
Including a grandfather, a best friend, and the leader of the military guild.
Few MMOs that have made the conversation from subscription model to a buy-to-play, ie Guild Wars, model have failed. Same for the more popular conversion of subscription to F2P. People [...]
Massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) have long been the realm of PC gamers, with heavyweights like World of Warcraft, Guild Wars, and Elder Scrolls ruling the genre. But a number of mobile developers have taken the...Show More Summary
There's something big happening in Guild Wars 2 this month: Living World Season 3, which begins 26th July. These seasons are how Guild Wars 2 does big story arcs, so we're at the beginning of another. Season 3 is intended for top-level...Show More Summary
Guild Wars 2, Firewatch are latest victims of "infinite free content" syndrome.
by Ansel Herz The "war on cops" is a myth. shalunts / Shutterstock.com Remember when Seattle Police Officers Guild (SPOG) President Ron Smith claimed last August that the Obama administration was waging a "war on cops"? About that: Data released by the FBI on Monday shows that 2015 was one of the safest years for U.S. Show More Summary
Gameloft has released what they are calling the biggest update to Dungeon Hunter 5 [Free] yet, with the Guild Wars update. This new PVP mode has you fighting with your guild, and taking on players from other guilds, trying to help your guild become the greatest in the world. Special events where you can declare
If you've been playing Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes [Free], you're going to be quite happy with the latest update. The character-collecting and character-battling F2P game was received quite positively (it does take a lot for Star Wars fans to dislike a Star Wars game), and this latest update aims to help all those players form Guilds
With this update, players can join a guild once they reach level 22.
After spending several months sitting alone in the bathroom clicking Star Wars themed things on my phone, Galaxy of Heroes gives players the ability to sit together in the bathroom clicking Star Wars themed things, complete with horrible guild names. Read more...
"As we prep for release, you'll notice that we're not doing the series of advance blog posts that we had done for some prior releases," wrote ArenaNet president Mike O'Brien in a forum post from last week. "Hopefully that's not too surprising;...Show More Summary
March 23, 1987: Hollywood in the twilight of the Cold War. Three weeks earlier, Ronald Reagan—who had headed the Screen Actor’s Guild in the heyday of anti-communist paranoia, and had been an FBI informant within the industry—goes on television to finally accept responsibility for his administration’s secret weapons sales to Iran. Show More Summary
Our series covered a lot of ground, but we didn't hear from everyone affected by war. One Veterans Day not too long ago, I was messaging friends on Twitter about sharing the #TenSaintsTenDays blog series from Centurions Guild. In the...Show More Summary