If binning hundreds of hours on video games is already adding a feeling of inexorable evaporation to your life, then compound the sense of waste by dwelling on the fact that Mythic’s Dark Age of Camelot is ten years old in 2011. Tip yourself over the edge by buying one of these super-special birthday lithographs, of which there are only 300, to hang in pride of place over your monitor. Priced sparingly at $65, the print should be gazed at for at least 30 minutes per day, and doused liberally once a week with your overflowing jar of what-could-have-been tears. Keep it moist; it’s signed by Eric Polak, for God’s sake.
Blizzard’s unpredictable eagle eagles strike again.
My Nintendo members can grab some goodies with their Gold Points.
BioWare builds a corn maze to advertise Anthem, but what were you expecting after Goose Cam and the holiday stream
BioWare’s marketing team spends a lot of time reading engagement reports peppered with “daqfaq did I just watch” and congratulating themselves for it.
Dark Age Of Camelot
Here’s a blast from the not so distant past: Broadsword games has put Dark Age of Camelot and Ultima Online up on Steam Greenlight. Broadsword owns both titles now, and hopes enough people will be interested in both appearing on Steam. See for yourself through the link. Thanks, TenTonHammer.
Dark Age of Camelot celebrates 12th anniversary with celebratory bonuses, retrospective from Mythic co-founder
Dark Age of Camelot has turned 12 years ago, and the MMORPG is celebrating the anniversary with a bonus event and a retrospective written by Mythic co-founder Rob Denton. The list of celebratory bonuses include various XP gained in both PvP and PvE, crafting speed bonuses, and more anniversary goodies are planned so keep an […]