Lunchtime Livecast #26 focuses on the recent announcement
that Star Wars: The Old Republic
is going free-to-play. Hear Blake's candid comments on the game, the decision, and the management of SWTOR
in this week's show. The game is turning the corner, but which way are we heading? Tune in to find out.
I was busy this week and started off by streaming some of The Kingdom of Loathing
for my continuing Choose My Adventure campaign. I made several mistakes
and promptly heard about them from the veteran players. The Kingdom of Loathing
is a pretty intricate game despite its simple exterior. Over the next few weeks, I hope to crack the code... with your help of course. Be sure to vote
each week! Watch this stream before you go, though!
I also jumped into Dark Blood
, a new action-based MMO from Outspark
. I've done livestreams with the developers before, but this one really had me laughing
. If you have enjoyed games like Dungeon Fighter
, then you might enjoy this stream. Dark Blood
has the same action and over-the-top combo moves, but it also features stellar graphics and some pretty interesting customization. Players can craft appearance armor, for example, but can also buy armor dyes in the cash shop. Check this one out if you like non-stop fighting. Don't worry; I have a pocket full of quarters.The last video in my streak
of recaps is a revisit to Allods Online
for my Rise and Shiny
column. I have always respected Allods Online
and wanted to get into it, but the grind just hit me too hard. Now, after many tweaks, patches and new tools, the game finally feels like it should: fun as heck. Hey, good things take time, right?EVE Online
is a brutal place. In last week's stream, Mike lost no fewer than four ships. So this week, he takes it easy with some mission running
and a little jetcan mining. Of course, in EVE Online
, there's always a chance that things could go horribly wrong. So tune in and see how Mike screws up even the safest of tasks. That's sort of his thing.
Another day, another class, race, and starting zone in Vanguard: Saga of Heroes
for Jeremy. The SOE team is slowly changing and adding things to the world and starting areas. Whether you're new or a veteran, you can watch Jeremy play the newbie experience
. Keep an eye out because more changes are surely on the way!
My cheeeeeeeerished! Join MJ as she pops into one of the Sinking Sand's dungeons
, The Hidden Cache. Besides battling a cyclops, bands of thieving Dervish, and ferocious crocs, she gets to meet up with a troll-like creature, Mullock, who dearly misses his pet rock! How does that meeting go? Let's just say MJ won't be asking him to dance anytime soon!
All superheroes are not alike! And all superhero games are not either... assuming you actually get in
the game! MJ Loves cinematics and cutscenes, but the feature-length introductory movie of DCUO
was a wee bit more than expected. Ultimately, she did make it into game. Get a glimpse of character creation and see whether MJ was able to remember enough to keep herself from becoming a superhero road sandwich
while poking around Gotham!
Cheerio and all that! Caving under viewer pressure, MJ took to the streets of London
as a new Templar to show of the introductory story. If you thought life was more civilized in London, wait until MJ steps into the training arena!
Besh, baby! Oh yah! That's right, MJ actually finally made it into a Besmundir Temple
group! Of course, it was a PUG, so you know there were some interesting antics along the way (including a high-level Templar who seemed a bit... lost). Curious to see how Besh has changed since the 3.1 nerf? And more importantly, was there any loot?!?! Watch and see whether good fortune strikes twice!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.