Set in the wastes of a post-apocalyptic future Earth, After Reset from Richard Nixon (no, not that Richard Nixon) and Black Cloud Studios promises to return players to the glory days of role-playing games, tying old-school RPG mechanics with a rich story set in a desolate world. We've teamed with Black Cloud Studios to create the Official After Reset Wiki, providing you with a resource to look up every bit of intel that you could need to explore this dangerous world.
But what's out there? Continue on to find out.
- Card Game
- God Game
- Tower Defense
- Hack and Slash
- Fan Wiki
With games like Star Trek Online and Neverwinter, Perfect World Entertainment has long established itself as one of the premier Free-to-Play publishers out there. When they decided to make the bold step into the mobile market, they did so with Elemental Kingdoms, a deep and intense collectable card game that allows for play against both other players and the intelligent AI. There is a lot of information for players to track, and we've partnered with Perfect World to support the Elemental Kingdoms Wiki. Now you'll be able to look up every card and every challenge that awaits you.
But the cards are just the beginning. Keep reading to learn more about what Elemental Kingdoms has to offer.
There was a time where only the most powerful desktop computers were capable of handling the vast worlds of your typical MMORPG. As time has progressed and technology has evolved, we've seen MMOs spread to our laptops, our game consoles, and now onto our tablets. Dawn of the Immortals from Perfect World looks to set the standard for tablet MMO gaming, introducing players to a rich and vibrant world unlike anything you have ever seen. We're excited to roll out the official Dawn of the Immortals Wiki, which we think will serve as an invaluable tool for any serious MMO gamer.
So, there’s a lot of popular MMOs out right now, with more guaranteed in the near future. Destiny hit open beta recently, WildStar hit release two months ago, ArcheAge found relative success for more hardcore RPG enthusiasts, and World of Warcraft has slated its next expansion for December of this very year. For me, the most interesting aspect of the MMORPG discussion is that while these are all very highly quality titles, they each maintain their very own unique play style and “feel”.
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Imagine yourself as the captain of a steamship out on the high seas, only something isn't quite right. The ocean isn't as you pictured it, and instead of traversing the shimmering blue ocean you find yourself surrounded by darkness. That's the story of Sunless Sea, an adventure from Failbetter Games. We're excited to be partnering with Failbetter Games on the Sunless Sea Wiki, giving fans of this indie gem a place to look up information about the game, as well as keep up with the latest news.
Keep reading to see what it is that makes Sunless Sea stand out in the sea of indie titles already available... yeah, it was a bad pun. Just keep reading.
Renegade X, a first-person shooter from developer Totem Arts, has a bit of a history to it. You see, Renegade X is a fan-made remake of the cult classic Command & Conquer: Renegade, the only game in the beloved Command & Conquer franchise to be released as a first-person shooter. With EA's blessing, a team of volunteer designers set out to recreate the underground hit with painstaking precision. Since then the game has evolved to not only stand as a faithful remake, but an evolution on what the original offered.
So you can imagine how excited we are to announce that we've partnered with Totem Arts for the Official Renegade X Wiki! Keep reading to learn more about the game and how you can become a part of the free open beta.
In ZMR, some enemies don’t just invade our dimension – they overwrite it. With the Mummy See Mummy Doom update, whole cities in China and Egypt have been overtaken and transformed into nightmarish versions of ancient worlds, teeming with hordes of undead horrors. In the effort to thwart these evils, Curse has been authorized to hand out the special M1932 Handgun, click here to get yours!
With six new maps, more guns, deadly new gear, and Blood Diamonds –a new competitive mode where players race to kill and collect diamonds from opponents– there’s never been a better time to KILL EVERY THING in the over-the-top, anything goes third-person shooter for the PC. To celebrate this most recent update to ZMR, we're handing out thousands of keys used to unlock a unique in-game weapon in our most recent ZMR giveaway! Why let Brenden Fraser have all the fun? Now you too can blast away mummified corpses with this classic piece of wartime history, the M1932 (pictured above)!
For general information on ZMR feel free to visit the Official Wiki. If you're looking to start contributing to its growth, but aren't quite sure how, visit the Help Wiki, your resource for all things wiki related! For more details on the new maps and Blood Diamonds mode – and to download and play ZMR for free, please visit www.playzmr.com.
Curse is proud to bring you a limited number of beta keys for our latest obsession: Landmark. A world founded on the passion, talents, and ambition of its community, players in Landmark fulfill unique roles as they explore the limits of creativity and curiosity.
Throughout their journey, they will have a direct and permanent impact upon the world. Traverse the lands to view breathtaking, player-made building projects, find resources to supply your own endeavors, and revisit the concept of exploration.
These keys grant 7 days of access to the Landmark Closed Beta. The time begins when you redeem the code. Follow these instructions for redemption:
- Get your key from http://www.curse.com/betas/landmark-beta-key-giveaway
- Go to https://www.landmarkthegame.com/home and enter the key in the “Have a promotional key?” box on the right side of the website.
- On the next page either log in with your SOE account or create a SOE account.
- After log in, click the “GO!” button to redeem the key to your account.
- You will receive an email confirmation of your account activation that includes instructions and a link on how to download the Landmark launcher.
- If you do not receive the email with the download link, the link is available in the Landmark Forums.
As a huge thank you to our most amazing supporters, Curse Premium subscribers will get first dibs on keys from July 25th to the 26th! The giveaway will open up to all users on the 27th. Head to http://www.curse.com/betas/landmark-beta-key-giveaway to grab yours now, or to http://www.curse.com/premium to subscribe.
If you want to know more about Landmark head to the official site, and don't forget to check out Curse's own resources! EQNextFans is the number one source for Landmark news, forums, videos, and more, and the official wiki will provide you with all the gameplay details you need to know to get ahead!
Because Roman Numerals past ten just start looking like Super Bowls. This week I want to talk about something that’s been a part of my gaming career for a long time, and maybe yours too! It’s something that transcends gaming, and becomes a very part of your personality. It begins early on and lasts until you die. It’s a part of how you conduct yourself, and how others perceive you. I am talking about the human ego.
An ego breeds confidence, which in turn can breed arrogance, which I think most of you will agree is a bad thing.“But Alex, everyone has an ego of some kind, does that mean that everyone is bad?”, of course not. How you manage your ego and pride is all a part of growing up. Finding a balance between confidence and arrogance is all you, I’m not here to tell you how to do that.
Ego is important in gaming because of how we game. The fact that people are more prone to being jerks online has been attributed to the relative anonymity they have. It’s easier to be bolder when there’s no potential physical ramifications to our actions. I believe the ego is a primary initiator for most negative online behavior. “That guy got so lucky” or “this dude must be hacking” are both examples of someone’s aversion to self-blame. By blaming your failure on someone else, you can protect yourself from the crushing insecurities we as humans hate so much.
Owning up to your mistakes is a huge part of growing up. Apologizing or admitting you were wrong is no easy task, especially for someone raised on the internet. What feels like a century ago I was playing arena in World of Warcraft at a somewhat high level. I was on a crappy Battlegroup and would float around Gladiator rating for an entire season. Because the Battlegroup was so cruddy, I got a ton of attention from people on my server. Being 18 at the time it all went to my head and I started down the excruciating path to dickishness.
Again, it’s hard to admit mistakes, and when we would start losing games I would always blame my teammates, again, avoiding responsibility. Eventually it got so bad that my tiny teen brain was forced to realize the reality of the situation, “they don’t suck… I suck!”. After this momentous event during my Sophomore year of college [and a heartwarming apology to my teammates, awwwh feels] my gaming arrogance began to crumble. After I realized I wasn't as great as I had once believed, playing games with friends was a lot more enjoyable. The pressure to perform was suddenly gone.
If you struggle with your ego, I honestly hope it doesn't take some grand event to wake you up to reality, because damn it can be embarrassing. Being confident is great, but be humble about it, people will respect you a lot more than if you engage in post-game badmouthing. Use discretion and you’ll be untouchable, no matter what community you’re a part of.
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