Apr 1st 2012 3:34AM I stared at this for a good 5 minutes before I remebered what day it was.
Touche, wowinsider. (I too lazy to look up alt-codes)
Mar 26th 2012 12:10PM Looks pretty neat.
I imagine the swordplay is probably going to change up quite a lot, too, considering the shift from large weapons and heavy armour to fast weapons and no armour.
Mar 13th 2012 12:43AM Jaina is a frost mage.
Baine is a warrior.
In my experience, this particular match-up goes one way over another a good 80% of the time.
Besides, Baine is probably too pissed off to dodge the blades of ice.
Mar 12th 2012 3:10PM Bethesda later revealed ther own new IP that day; Craft.
Mar 9th 2012 12:13AM "He was unsuccessful in convincing the rest of the class team to change Arms warrior mastery to decreased falling damage taken."
What? But... It'd be so much more useful!
Mar 1st 2012 1:00PM @AlphaOneZero
Well, Ubisoft is a Canadian company.
On the other hand, it's a French Canadian company.
I suppose they could swing either way.
Mar 1st 2012 12:58PM Saladfork prediction (tm)
The new playabe character will be a loud Scotsman who fights the British initially, but then fights the Americans after the Templars start establishing themselves into their new government.
Feb 16th 2012 9:52PM I don't have enough experience with JRPGs to disagree with you on a credible basis, but I will say that one could always argue that betrayal at Krondor and Lands of Lore were more the exceptions than the rule.
Feb 15th 2012 12:56PM Pretty neat.
That'd be a nice break fromm the proto-drakes I keep using.
Feb 7th 2012 11:41AM I suppose it's probably for the best that the cast from the trilogy be retired. As much as we may like the characters, we should remember that A) It's entirely possible for almost all of them to die, and B) That these characters are well-written enough to deserve an ending.
Yes, Garrus is the man, but I suspect that his well of ''cool" would dry up at some point before Mass Effect 6. Better to let him continue to be awesome in the games he was in and to let Bioware create some newer, fresher characters.