We were starting to wonder. Nothing new this year, alas – or even “Stuff that was in The Secret World and now we’re finally porting it over to Secret World Legends.” Which is a shame, but at least we have the Halloween event. It’s a favorite part of my holiday season.
They’re not saying user information is involved in the Twitch breach, but you’d have to be insane to trust a 4chan leaker. If you use Twitch, I would recommend changing passwords and slap on two-factor authorization. I know it’s a pain in the ass, but so are people getting your credit card number.
Either is plausible: I played that game a hell of a lot when it first came out: Necromancer all the way, my droogies*. I could be playing it again. But do I really want to get sucked into Diablo II again? …Scratch that question, because the answers obvious. Is it really a good idea?
If you’re wondering: I told myself that I had a bunch of spirits on hand on the other side of the Veil who just needed bodies. It was unfortunate that there were such… visceral special effects; but me and my guys were there to save the world, man! My guys wouldn’t hurt a fly! Unless it was demonic or something, sure.
This reminds me a bit of the Tokyo boards in Secret World Legends. Big surprise, huh? When you’re drawing on specific Japanese horror folklore, and setting it in the same urban area, you’re gonna get similar-looking monsters.
GHOSTWIRE TOKYO does look fun, though. Even though I’d prefer to have my trusty AR from SWL. 2022 release.
There was a time where I would have gone right out and bought HOT WHEELS UNLEASHED. …Only I couldn’t, because that time was in 1996 and there wasn’t a computer on the planet back then that could play this game. Looks fun as hell, though.
Comes out September 30th. Which is, of course, in the future. Yeah, I knew that…
It looks like they integrated all of the LEGO STAR WARS episode-based games, made it chronologically open, and fiddled with combat to make it a bit more complex. I will have to consult with my children over whether LEGO STAR WARS: THE SKYWALKER SAGA will make for an acceptable birthday present. I suspect that it will.