Sometimes there are times when a company representative just needs to come forward and admit that they goofed. BioWare did that today in regards to collections set restrictions. In this official developer post, Schubert explained the situation.
Do you love free comics? As part of their two-year-anniversary promotion, Dark Horse Comics gave away 1 million free comics. How awesome is that?
Were you able to snag some of these free comics for yourself? If so, we want to hear about it. What titles did you get?
As they state on their blog, “As part of the celebration of the second year of the company’s digital initiative and proprietary storefront, fifty free single-issue comics were made available for only forty-eight hours. In that time, thousands of fans took advantage of the offer and downloaded their favorite Dark Horse titles, to the tune of a million copies!”
This is really a fantastic example of the growing interest in digital comics as a new way to enjoy some classic comics and new releases alike. If you’re new to digital comics, you will have to try it out for yourself. While nothing quite beats the feel and smell of a nice paper comic right in your hands, digital comics allow you to read your...
News came in today that Electronic Arts is planning for a new Star Wars focused studio in LA. This is the most recent in news about EA and their new rights to create Star Wars games from here on out. DICE LA, as the studio is being called, will be focused largely on mobile titles geared towards the mass casual game space.
In true LA style, the studio will also have a “fitness center, cafeteria, sports field, sand volleyball court, basketball court and more.”
A tweet from the Battlefield account has revealed some of the jobs on offer in the new LA-based studio, offering some insight into what DICE LA will be working on.
IGN ran a story with the following info:
According to The Wall Street Journal, it’s still being decided whether the studio will focus on brand new franchises to do with the IP or continue existing series.
DICE general manager Karl-Magnus Troedsson explained that the LA office will still maintain the company’s Nordic work environment, including...
Are you ready for some new Star Wars games? Seriously, who isn’t? All of us here at SWTOR Strategies love Star Wars and while we also love SWTOR, we’re all about seeing what new games are going to come from this new partnership and contract with EA.
We’re dedicated to bringing you any news about Star Wars games which is why we’re excited that Lucasfilm has registered a group of Star Wars-related domain names, according to Fusible.
Several of the new domains reference Star Wars themes, including the following:
Star Wars Alliance
Star Wars Rebels
Star Wars Wolf Pack
Wolf Pack Adventures
Gungan Frontier 2
Gungan Frontier 3
Gungan Frontier 4
That’s unfortunately all we know at this time and none of the registered names match any current projects so it’s hard to say how soon (if at all) these new games could be coming. Still, it’s nice to know they are planning ahead and that some fun stuff might be in the...
Game update 2.1 is expected on May 14 and update 2.2 is set to roll out on June 11. So tomorrow is the big day- the new customization game update is coming.
As of tomorrow, players of SWTOR will finally have the chance to customize how their characters look. The highly anticipated 2.1 game update will be here which allows players the chance to change the colors of selected armor, as well as to give their character a complete makeover, if wanted.
You can change the looks and features of your character from a simple hair dye to a full makeover with a new look. It’s all up to you. So if you’ve grown tired of looking at the same character all this time, this is your chance to mix it up a bit.
Additionally, the Cathar species (yay!) will be available through the Cartel Market. It’s going to cost 600 cartel coins to purchase the new species.
In addition to the customizations and new species, a number of fixes are also included with the patch, like the yields in the crafting missions...