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Keep Calm Generator, Laser Hell, Spectral Souls and heaps more!
With less than a month left before the June 3 official launch of WildStar, Carbine Studios gives prospective players a look at the high-end raid content topping off the eagerly anticipated science fiction MMORPG.
Upcoming sci-fi MMO WildStar isn’t just about carving out a corner of some twisted alien planet. It’s about making that corner your own, decorating it to your tastes, and putting a bowl of ramen atop your giant hamster ball.
Signing up for a new subscription-based MMORPG is a big decision, especially when it’s an untested brand like Carbine’s colourful WildStar. MMORPG.com helpfully recorded the first 15 minutes of beta play, which just might help your decision along.
2013 seems to be a great year for China’s online video game market with the release of some pretty cool online games. Deviating more and more from the standard click and grind RPG format, Chinese game companies have been pumping out interesting and visually appealing games, foreign and domestically developed alike.
That is if you’re planning an incursion against the nicer folks making a living on the planet Nexus in Carbine Studios upcoming MMO. My god these people make a good trailer.