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It's been a good eight-year run for one of Aion's longest fan sites, but that run is over now. AionSource, a fansite operated by Curse, is shutting down over the next few weeks, first going into read-only mode before being shut down altogether. The site's current administrator has set up a new site...

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EVE Online has undergone countless changes and iterations since its first release in 2003, with major graphics overhauls and new gameplay systems arriving every year. In contrast, the official EVE website hasn't changed much over the years. With background information, screenshots, video, forums ...

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Soundtrack aficionados, rejoice! Blizzard has just announced the launch of a new music section on its community site. So far, the new feature offers a convenient embed of the iTunes storefront to make it easier to find, preview, and buy songs (or full albums) from World of Warcraft, StarCraft,...

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Blizzard debuted the new World of Warcraft community site a while back, and it's definitely a huge improvement over the old one, which was really outdated and rarely helpful. The new site has a built-in Armory, better forums, a fairly robust Game Guide, and even regular dev blogs to give some ins...

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The Dev Watercooler, Ghostcrawler's conversational community blog series, continues with a look at the theories behind critical hits. After a bit on the history of critical strikes in WoW, Ghostcrawler gets down to business with an awesome discussion about the homogenization of classes, the issue...

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Blizzard has begun what seems to be a series of lore articles spotlighting key characters in the Warcraft universe that have gone through radical transformations before and after the cataclysm. The first character to get the write-up treatment is the orc you love to hate, new warchief of the Hord...

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Ghostcrawler (WoW lead systems designer) is blogging up a storm over at the WoW community site, with a new series called Dev Watercooler. The aim of this new column is to have candid chats with the community discussing game mechanics and pose questions that relate to the ongoing development of Wo...

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Blizzard recently posted a guide on the WoW community site dedicated to explaining the way guilds level up, the way guild experience is gained, and the benefits guild groups can bring. There isn't any new information, per se, but it is nice to have it all in one place, especially the 5-man dungeon ...

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A preview of the new World of Warcraft community site is now live. It has several tabs that lead you to a blog, the forums (complete with the latest blue posts), services, and a preview of what the armory will look like when fully implemented, among other things. This is the testing phase and also ...

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The announcement came out this morning on the EU forums that Blizzard is getting ready to roll out its new community website and forums for World of Warcraft some time in early November. Anyone who has been to the community site for StarCraft 2 will already be aware of some of the new features incl...

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When it comes to finding games you might enjoy, there are plenty of options. There are tons of sites out there that aggregate review scores, but we've discovered a new site that does things a little differently: xilike.net (x I like). Instead of simply aggregating scores from game news outlets, x ...

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Both the official Warhammer Online site and the community site, Warhammer Herald, have been given a fresh look. The upgraded format will supposedly help in getting more news out to the public, and faster than before. This is only the beginning of the site renovations, with some new features in the...

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You know you've arrived in the World of Warcraft community when the official website has a writeup on your exploits. The European version of the community site has two such writeups, on notable machinima artists whose names you may quickly recognize. Baron Soosden and Olibith are both highly skille...

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