Previously on MV TV: Week of January 30, 2012

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Previously on MV TV: Week of January 30, 2012
Guild Wars
Welcome to Previously on MV TV! Our livestreaming schedule has picked up a lot over the past few weeks, and our readers have busy lives, so we know it's impossible to watch every single streaming event live. Fortunately for you, we save all of our streams all for posterity on Massively's Twitch TV channel, so you can view them at your leisure. Even better, we've got a roundup of a few of last week's MV TV highlights from the livestream team. Follow along after the jump for the best of the best!

EVE Online:
It was a return to form as Mike jumped back into the shoes of Spaceguy Rotsuda and set out to find a career agent who wasn't too angry to speak with him. While flying around and blowing up everything in sight, Mike took a look at EVE Online's new Neocom interface and showed off some of the large cruisers that he may eventually fly, assuming he stops getting ambushed by pirates.

Find out what happens when you equip extremely powerful missiles for missions that absolutely do not require them and how to use the advanced EVE camera options to create cinematic moments for screencaps or video posts. And this time Mike didn't even lose a ship!
Diablo III:
Instead of a sword or bow, his weapon was a blowgun. In lieu of lobbing fireballs at his enemies, he assaulted them with poisonous frogs and turned them into chickens. Did he wear the finest metal helm he could find? Nay... he wore an ornate wooden tiki mask. If you're interested in hearing about some of the recent changes made in the Diablo III beta and see a truly unique character come to life, then look no further than Richie's hellish livestream show.
Second Life:
If you missed Beau's Second Life stream this week, don't worry! You can still view it and watch as Beau takes you shopping, shaping, and creating in some of the nicest shopping sims in the game! Beau needed some new glasses, a new shape, and some clothes that weren't goth, punk, or see-through.

It took some searching, but during the stream he discovered some great deals on clothes and items that fit his style. Unfortunately, Beau didn't find everything he needed to make his avatar look really cool, but perhaps by next week's Second Life Wednesday, he'll look much better. We can only hope!
Vanguard: Saga of Heroes:
"That bush is a boss." Let this be the line that describes the entirety of last Saturday's episode. Adventure Mike had the absolute privilege and honor to welcome Massively's own Beau Hindman, Karen Bryan and Jeremy Stratton to his stream for a public dungeon free-for-all in Vanguard: Saga of Heroes.

Who knew that getting some of Massively's favorite livestreamers all in one place would have such comedic results? The mysterious sunken vessel of the Serpent of Siharis and the deep underground hideaway of Riftseeker's Torrent were examined this week. Come for the laughs, come for the knowledge, or just come to watch everyone make fun of Jeremy's lame Dwarf backstabbing-leaps. This collaboration of Massively talent is one you do not want to miss!
Guild Wars:
On Adventure Mike's Wednesday stream this week, Mike dived headfirst into Guild Wars with only the comfort of having his lovely assistant Shannon with him. Whether it was scouring the missions of the Prophecies campaign or just having strange off-topic discussions about which sci-fi tv show he liked best, Mike was always ready to share his thoughts and expertise with those who joined him.

On this stream, Mike was able to show off the entirety of the D'Alessio Seaboard mission. Get caught up on this stream and come join in the fun as Mike chronicles his steps toward gaining Hall of Monuments achievements down the road.

Did you miss Massively TV last week? Are you too busy to dig through a week's worth of video to get to the highlights? Never fear! We've done the work for you right here in Previously on MV TV, a roundup of epic battles, tragic deaths, and juicy outtakes from last week's livestreams.
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