Playing SWTOR with the Xpadder Controller

Posted by on Apr 15, 2015 in SWTOR | 0 comments

  We’ve talked before about playing SWTOR with a controller. Have you seen the Xpadder? Has anyone tried playing with it yet? We know that playing with a console controller is not how SWTOR was created and that for some gamers, this just feels “off” but there are many who just love the feel and control of  these handhelds and for those players, there are some options, with the Xpadder being one of them. But how do you make the controller do all the things you get with a full sized keyboard in the game? A Reddit user had some good advice for using the Xpadder: So a couple of months ago i found an xpadder profile made for SWTOR. I decided to test it out with my Dualshock 4, and to my surprise it worked surprisingly well. It takes ALOT of time getting used to, no doubt. But once you get the hang of it, and actually know which buttons to press without getting confused, it gets alot more enjoyable to play. Atleast for me since i prefer controller over mouse and...

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SWTOR YuGiOh? Yes, It’s a Thing

Posted by on Apr 1, 2015 in fan art, SWTOR | 0 comments

YuGiOh “Peril on Makeb” SWTOR Fan We found another cool SWTOR fan-inspired creation. shyherdier “got bored” and made a mini set of YuGiOh based SWTOR cards. They are really creative and some of them are quite funny. I’d love to see this fan make a full deck of these. If you could add any cards to this set, what would they be? What would they say? SWTOR The Trading Card Game could totally be a thing (hey, it worked for Wow, sort of). So, what do you think? The art is pretty awesome. If you ask me, I’d play this game. Inspired by the user above, cuckingfomputer made this entire deck. It’s worth taking the time to read through all of the cards. Inquisitor Starter...

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SWTOR Stays on Pace for Most Played PC Games in February 2015

Posted by on Mar 26, 2015 in SWTOR | 0 comments

Raptr’s newest most played list for PC games is out and we see SWTOR still holding strong in the Top 20 at position 15. February’s Most Played PC Games list looked pretty similar to January’s but with one big addition: Blizzard’s MOBA contender Heroes of the Storm! The top 5 games has remained pretty much the same over the past few months but something else that has remained consistent is SWTOR on the list. We’ve seen some other games move around here and there due to different factors. Battlefield 4 gained four spots in February, which is likely because of people preparing for the release of Hardline. Hearthstone lost 3 places and Dragon Age Inquisition lost a whopping 10 spaces on the list. ouch! Final Fantasy XIV and Guild Wars 2 both moved up two ranks. The free login weekend at the end of the month probably helped Final Fantasy move up on that list. With all the moves up and down, SWTOR has stayed right where it’s at, which we thing is a pretty good indicator...

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SWTOR Basics – How to Install PTS and Copy Your Character

Posted by on Mar 23, 2015 in SWTOR, swtor guides, swtor preview | 0 comments

Installing PTS is usually a very simple tutorial, but it would take you hours. Depending on your internet connection and the BW servers’ condition, it will take you between a couple hours to many, many hours. The live game is ~25GB, the Game with PTS is ~52GB. If you have the game already installed, you can add PTS on top of it. At this moment it is not possible (possible, but not easy or recommended) to install PTS on a separate Drive or Partition. To install and access PTS, follow these steps (or check the video linked below): 1. Download the game client from swtor.com and install it 2. Log in to the client and install the Live game 3. From the button in the bottom left corner open the settings window and make PTS available 4. Wait for the client to download and install PTS 5. Every time when you open the launcher, be sure to select PTS from the new button in the bottom left...

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SWTOR 3.2: Rise of the Emperor – Outfit Designer Overview

Posted by on Mar 21, 2015 in News, Patch 3.2, SWTOR | 0 comments

In this video Vulkk takes a first look and an overview of the new tool coming to SWTOR with Game Update 3.2 – The Outfit Designer. There are still a couple of bugs and one of two features appear to be broken or not working as intended. It offers upto 16 Outfit slots, which can be unlocked with Credits or Cartel coins. Prices are likely to change for the Live version of this update. Modifying any part of an outfit will cost credits too. The few restrictions in relations to what items we may slot are as follows: If our class uses light armour, we can slot light armour items or adaptive ones, but not medium and heavy. If our class is can wear Medium armour, such items will also be available to be sloted into the designer tool for outfits. Heavy armour classes can outfit any and all armours. Legacy bound items are also possible. For more details and a visual overview, check the video linked down...

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