Apr 1st 2011 3:38PM Since it's not really made clear in the article, I'd like to point out that the Guild Wars joke is more than just a fake class reveal - there's actually a questgiver on Embark Beach that gives a quest where you play as a Commando, traveling through time to stop a time-travelling robot "The Annihilator" from killing "Sarah"
It's pretty damn awesome.
Feb 2nd 2011 3:27PM @DrEggman
It's not well advertised, but if you replace your 360 you can easily transfer the licenses for all your downloaded stuff to your new 360 so you can use it all offline. Just click the following link:
Jan 30th 2011 3:48AM @Powerlord
That's actually not quite true. The AH charges 2 different fees - a posting fee and a fee once the item has sold. The posting fee is a % of the items sale value, and is refunded if the item sells. The second fee is a flat percentage of what the items sold for - I believe it's 5% on a normal AH, and 10% for the neutral AH.
The reason why sought-after items are so ridiculously expensive right now is the lack of a big gold sink in cataclysm - everyone is rolling in gold with nothing to spend it on. People complained endlessly about having to pay for flying training, but gold sinks like that are necessary to keep an MMO economy in check.
Dec 23rd 2010 7:16AM Steam also has a daily indie deal that's on the indie page of the specials and not on the main page. Today's game is Clones, which is some sort of Lemmings-style game for $2.50
Dec 23rd 2010 5:47AM Guild wars
No subscription fee ftw!
Nov 19th 2010 9:32AM I'm just glad to see more GW:B content.
Nov 6th 2010 7:02AM @Pohtaytoh
You can even go farther than using the built-in cheat codes. You can open up any single player mission in the editor and modify it and even upload the modified mission to battle.net for others to play. I find it hard to believe that there's any legitimate use for third-party cheating programs when they've given you the tools to modify the game in any way you'd like...