In this week’s episode of Free-to-Play Podcast Jason Winter returns as the cast talk about Command & Conquer shutting down, Neverwinter’s new expansion, Age of Wushu’s marriage filled update, Hawken’s latest PvE mode, and Mojang’s Scrolls possibly heading F2P. All this plus your community comments on this week’s episode of the Free-to-Play Cast!

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  1. itzteajay on November 11, 2013

    Dabomb to neverwinter for having their web based gateway site… This is the best example of an mmo stretching into the web and making the game accessible to players who can’t log into the game directly. You can craft, manage your inventory, sent mail, manage your guild, as well as work the auction house all from a web page… It is an awesome feature that I haven’t seen get much exposure.

  2. Golgo28 on November 8, 2013

    Spunk you think battlefield 4 is buggy COD:Ghost is way more buggy.It also looks worse the BF4.Biggest waste of my money was Ghost.I’d rather had bought a buggy BF4 instead of the newest COD.

  3. JSN on November 7, 2013

    Any idea when we will able to play Ranger characters?
    Thanks!

    • Uvi on November 7, 2013

      Same, am wondering about that to.

  4. DizonX9 on November 7, 2013

    The most memorable quest that I still remember is the Party Quest I’ve used to do over and over again for hours is the Kerning Party Quest from Maple Story. Man those good old days where you need a stupid Clicker Mod and spam it to the NPC just to be able to go Inside the Quest area. The Changing Channel was epic too. The boss fight with the King Slime. <3 This party quest made me have alot of random friends from different country. Fun days.

  5. Cacalips on November 7, 2013

    I played Neverwinter expecting to write a bad review after. I have been left with a great game experience! (so far).

    RIFT also had an expansion out…

  6. legitpurplehaze on November 7, 2013

    @deathisnear24, I remember doing that quest. I still have that axe in my bank. Havnt played wow in a while but I know i still have the axe. good times.

  7. XMELA on November 7, 2013

    Havkens ROOLS! havken is amzing game it has good graphics and its realy hard to play

  8. Deathisnear24 on November 7, 2013

    My most memorable quest in an MMO now would be the Warrior Whirlwind questline from WoW. It was the level 30 quest where you got beserker stance and got a choice between a 2h axe, sword or mace. Everyone I knew chose the axe since it had the best damage out of all of them but slowest speed. For the quest you had to go to some remote island and fight some guys in an arena on it, then go get some random material for some troll then go back to him and then you get your choice of the axe, mace or sword. So many memories from vanilla WoW, I want them back :(.

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