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WoW Insider's Cataclysm Launch Giveaway: GeForce GTX 460 graphics card {WoW}

Dec 7th 2010 1:51PM I could use this card. A little.

The Queue: We didn't start the fire {WoW}

Dec 2nd 2010 7:48PM I am curious...what, if anything from Christine Golden's The Shattering (aside from the obvious things, such as Orgrimmar, Baine, etc...) has made it into the game? Is Mangini down in some hidden lower level of Ironforge? Is Cairne's gravesite hiding on some bluff in Mulgore? Is Magatha farting around Stonetalon? Any thoughts?

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Ship interiors planned in the near future for Star Trek Online {Massively}

May 10th 2010 9:27PM I have to question the general tone of the posts you guys have been running about STO and Cryptic in general and their general lack of criticism. After a quick review of a few previous posts about this beleaguered game, the general tone of the articles have been about how Cryptic is really making a great push to keep the players happy by doing this or that. From my perspective, they really aren't, which makes me question why Massively as a whole keeps riding the Cryptic train. (Clarifying, season 1 was mostly about adding another instance, pvp, a few new missions and some customization items. Season 2 doesn't really seem all that much more broad or grandiose, klingon content, playable species, ui upgrades...sitting in chairs tech.) I doubt very much that the articles are somehow influenced by anyone but the writers, so don't get me wrong here. I just question whether Cryptic deserves to be painted as the 'comeback kid' here, as they seem to be running a bit of a shell game. As game media, to which many turn to keep up with the news of games of interest, isn't it really up to Massively to report the general state of these games relatively without bias? Does that mean that all these articles about Cryptic really pulling out all the stops, really stepping up to make things right with the players, should go away? Absolutely not, because it is true, they are trying. However, I would like to read an article here or there about how Cryptic, for all their bluster, is really adding content in the most superficial sense of the word. Concluding, Massively, I think you guys do a great job, but I would not mind reading a little criticism (constructive, sure) towards the game companies and their products...if only to keep me better informed.