It’s Tres de Mayo, and that means that the staff here at Bio Break is jamming to Bob Marley and downing as many Fun Dips as we can get our hands on. To celebrate, check out some of the more interesting articles we found in the past week:
- A new “Ask Cryptic” spills some powerful beans on number of powers, emotes, healing, music, loot and names.
- WoW runs on an iPhone. Sort of. Maybe.
- KTR takes an educated guess into the near future of LOTRO, including zone expansions. Unwize looks at potential future classes instead — Shield-Maiden, anyone?
- Is Land of the Dead WAR’s new end game? Werit thinks so, and he is not to be questioned.
- I found this piece to be spot-on: Why I Stopped Playing In Betas.
- Arbitrary talks herself up — it turns out, she IS all that AND a bag of chips.
- Apparently the new Keep upgrades are bankrupting Warhammer’s guilds at an astonishing rate…
- Nuts and Bolts looks back at their favorite MMO memories.
- Snafzg wimps out of Eve, signs up for Free Realms’ awesome PvP. (And, dude, grats on the one million hits!)
- Lum hates WoW Achievements. Also, Christmas. And you.
- Scott at Pumping Irony writes about LOTRO and DDO and… it’s a long article, and I’m pretty sure it requires some major charting, but it’s interesting stuff.
- Tipa thinks it’s high time to start pumping for EverQuest 3 info. Wouldn’t that be EverQuest 360?
- There’s a lot of Free Realms evaluations/reviews/thoughts out there from this past week, but this one caught my eye. Oh, and Spinks’ detailed thesis on it.
- It WOULD explain a lot!
- Werit wonders why WAR’s Mark and Paul seem MIA lately. I have an answer — Mark is off promoting a new MMO, “Ultima Online”!
- WAAAGHCAST interviews Carrie Gouskos — I belonged to this guild for a couple weeks (Soylent Greenskins) and they’re a solid group of folks. So, shoutout!
- Wolfshead looks at sexism and the PC police in WoW, denouncing it all as grade-A “sillybuns”.
- Ragnar Tornquist covers locations and skills for The Secret World in a new interview. By the way, you can call him “Raggy” if you get to know him well.