Monthly Archives: September 2015

FIFA 16 Reviews: EA Brings Out the Best in Football

Fifa 16 xbox coins    The latest football video game simulation published by EA Sports, FIFA 16 is the first in the FIFA series that includes female football players from 12 women’s national teams: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, England, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Spain, Sweden, and the United States. And as part of making the game closer to its fan-based community, the FIFA 16 features covers that were chosen thru votes.

FIFA 16 also offers 78 football stadiums that also include 50 real-world venues to choose from which local football fans will surely love playing on their own turf. Be it playing in single player mode where you can play and have a chance to beat the best teams in the world, or play along with your friends for more fun and exciting bonding, FIFA 16 offers a different kind of adventure in the comfort of your house or office.

And to bring in more competitiveness, get some thoughts from the community and know who’s who in FIFA, EA released a list of Top 50 FIFA 16 Player Ratings early this month.

FIFA 16 got a perfect five star from The Guardian: “What isn’t in doubt is that EA’s game offers the superior package. Ultimate Team, career mode, online seasons, female players, dozens of leagues and hundreds of teams all with weekly line-up updates, bespoke overlays for Premier League and Bundesliga matches … the feature list goes on. While on-pitch matters between these two old foes are too close to call, Fifa’s breathtaking scope secures yet another silver pot for an already heaving trophy cabinet.”

Publisher EA Sports, in cooperation with game developer EA Canada bring FIFA 16 of Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One platforms. FIFA 16 was released last September 22, 2015 in North America and September 24, 2015 in Europe.

A Look at Guild Wars 2 Move to F2P

With the first expansion to Guild Wars 2, Heart of Thorns, coming out next month, the core game has been officially made available for all players absolutely free. This change comes by opening the entire game, with nothing to buy in order to experience all of the game’s content, bringing it to the top tier of F2P games. With this large change, the game has been given a refreshed community, as well as some changes going forward in regards to updates and new features coming to it.

The change to a F2P model has brought Guild Wars 2 a lot of new players. Those that were playing during the free weeks/weekends and those that were wanting to give it a try but just weren’t sure are all able to play everything from beginning to end with no cost. It’s easy enough to see the boost of populations in most areas of the game, whether you’re out questing, joining sPvP, or even taking part in some WvW combat-all around, it’s a lot more lively than it was prior, and this helps bring about new people to play with and tackle challenges with.

In the sense of GW2, these limitations really aren’t bad. You usually won’t be spamming people with PMs, so that’s not an issue. Character slots and inventory slots are rectified by multi-accounting. The only real limitation on those would be the ability to trade gold for gems on the exchange, which disallows for snagging cash shop items without having to pony up cash to do so. Past that, aside from minor quirks, it shouldn’t be an issue for the vast majority of players.

As for the level limitations, these are all easy enough to hit, and they help with exploring more of the game. If nothing else, consider them as part of “gating” content so that you unlock new things as you continue to progress. And also note that once you have hit level 60 and have a level 20 PvP rank, you’re officially allowed to do everything everything the game has to offer, with no further limitations!         Buy Cheap GW2 Gold Online

Blizzard’s Biggest ‘World of Warcraft: Legion’ Expansion to be Released Soon

Buy Cheapest wow gold    The creators of the famous World of Warcraft have been teasing fans about what to expect with the next expansion. In this year, Blizzard has released two updates that are said to improve game experience and add more features. But fans are actually growing impatient for World of Warcraft: Legion which reportedly has been in planning for years now.

In an interview done by Game Reactor with Game Director Tom Chilton and Lead Game Designer Ion Hazzikostas, it was revealed that Blizzard has been planning World of Warcraft: Legion for three years. Chilton said, “We go through multiple expansions at a time and there was a point in which we were trying to decide the order of which should come first, Warlords of Draenor versus Legion … and we had decided that the right thing story wise was for Warlords to come first and lead into Legion. So we have known what we are going to do on core level since two and half three years ago or so now. It was around 2012 we were talking about that.”

Earlier this year, Blizzard released Patch 6.2.0 titled “Fury of Hellfire”. The patch brought Tanaan Jungle and the Shipyard and provided players with a host of new gameplay options, according to Master Herald. Then on September 1, the company released Patch 6.2.2 officially titled “Draenor Pathfinder: Prepare for Flying”. The patch enabled gamers who already have Draenor Pathfinder achievement the ability to fly in the skies of Draenor. But fans are wondering why Blizzard seems to have missed an update. Where is Patch 6.2.1?

Following Blizzard’s announcement in August, fans are hoping that Legion would finally be coming next. According to Master Herald, “World of Warcraft: Legion” has become one of the most awaited strategy games since its announcement. So not only did Jonathan LeCraft, senior game designer, announced that the next expansion would be released sometime in the latter part of next year, he has also revealed some of the additions for not only the existing gamers but also to encourage new gamers to join.

Part of what he has revealed for the next expansion is the level cap that will be raised to 110. He also revealed that a new hero class called Demon Hunter will be added whose characteristics involve spectral sight, metamorphosis, and unrivaled mobility. Moreover, there will also be a new area called The Broke Isles with new dungeons, raids and bosses, and of course, Artifacts, which are customizable weapons that level up in power as players do.

Why Guild Wars 2’s Structured PvP is Superior to Most

Most MMORPGs have a system that helps lower-leveled players take part in PvP through a bolstering system. Some do it based on the character level (such as Echo of Soul), and some go based on gear and level (such as RIFT). There’s one thing that they all have in common, though, which is that while they work hard at getting all participants to a somewhat equal footing, the simple fact is that they aren’t completely equal.Guild Wars 2, however, does things a bit differently in its structured PvP system.

From the moment players enter the Mists, they are set to level 80 (the current cap of the game). Along with this, they are set up with a full set of gear, and all possible skills, as if they had fully leveled up and gotten geared through normal play.

Another benefit of GW2’s sPvP system is that it allows you to experiment and explore different ways of playing. This also carries over into PvE (in that the skills you learn with your new setups can be transferred once you’ve unlocked them there as well), so it’s really a benefit to all players.

While the ability to fight other players is a great benefit in sPvP, there are also siege weapons within the Mists. These allow for learning how each of the weapons works, as well as how to target with them (there are various targets that can be aimed at, allowing players to hone in their skills).

GW2’s sPvP system (and the Mists itself) provide a great way to play some balanced PvP. All players are equal within (other than class vs. a different class), and there are tons of tools that can be used to work on strategies for both defense and offence. And if that wasn’t enough, you can enter them as soon as you exit the tutorial of the game, allowing the ability to test each class at its maximum level to decide what to play next!    Buy cheap GW2 Gold

World of Warcraft: Legion New Features is Announced

World of Warcraft: Legion is one of the most awaited strategy games that the generation is to come across. Senior game designer Jonathan LeCraft disclosed some of the important additions that will be useful for the fans who are expecting a lot from the upcoming expansion pack.

It was delivered by Youth Health Mag that most class specializations will be refurbished accordingly due to the changes that Blizzard will make to specify the traits of which the game will be undergoing. As some classifications will be perhaps renamed, so will other resources for the said classifications.

Interestingly enough, the Shadow Priests will have a feature named “Insanity” for their resource. This, however, does not signify the replacement of mana for the Shadow Priests entirely.

For the weapons, it was confirmed that they cannot be dropped. Blacksmiths and scribes will not have new weapons to create as well. Damage-only classes will be unable to heal or have tank specialties.

Lastly, the multistrike feature is omitted from the system, whilst other stats are being changed fully. Moreover, Survival Hunters will be melee-based, and this may stir a little controversy, the developers think that it is a wise move for diversity.

As great as World of Warcraft: Legion may sound, it still does not have a fixed release date yet to hang on to. Fans are to wait for the beta sometime this year, so stay tuned for further updates.    Buy cheap wow gold online

‘Guild Wars 2’ News: Now Free-To-Play, Paid Expansion Coming in October

“Guild Wars 2,” the massively multiplayer online role playing game developed by ArenaNet is now free-to-play. According to an announcement on the game’s website, anyone interested in playing the game for the first time can now download the game for free and play starting August 29.

The announcement clarified that it is the core game that is available for free and that players have to sign up for free accounts in order to play. Free accounts, so as to distinguish them from other types of accounts, have fewer slots for characters and bags and also have restrictions when it comes to interacting with other players through chat. Players with free accounts are also restricted to proceeding to other zones in the game through a series of level caps. According to the announcement, these measures will hopefully discourage cheaters among the newbies, as well as protect veteran players.

Players with free accounts will however get the whole paid core game and much more if they end up purchasing the upcoming paid expansion called “Heart of Thorns.” Those who want to remain playing for free however can still do so, but the developer expressed confidence that whoever starts playing the game will want to pay for additional content.

“Heart of Thorns” is arriving on October 23, 2015 and it is expected to bring a lot of end-game content which includes Masteries, Fractals and Stronghold. The Mastery system that will be introduced by the expansion is described “as a new approach to endgame progression” and is especially targeted for veteran players who have reached level 80. According to the website, it also intends to “widen the gap between new and veteran players.” The expansion is also expected to bring “challenging group content” through its raids.

This is the first expansion pack released for the game since it was released in 2012. Since its release, the game has sold over 5 million copies.   Buy cheap GW2 Gold Online