It’s time to wrap up 2015 with our stories of the year, some bad news for some Devilian Online players, a First Assault Online (Ghost in the Shell) review. All that and more on this week’s Free to Play Cast! Happy holidays!

Discussion Timestamps:

02:07 Devilian Online and Seadrift Server
12:24 Stories of the Year
21:14 Ghost in the Sell: First Assault Review
30:57 Weekly Bombs (DA-Bomb / A-Bomb)
38:00 Questions and Answers of the Week

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Mike "Magicman" Byrne has been a part of the MMOBomb family for years and serves as the site's current Editor-in-Chief. His love for MMOs and gaming in general has led him to covering games for numerous websites including Gamebreaker TV and XIV Nation where he proudly displays his fanboy flag for FFXIV:ARR.

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  1. Nyobari on December 20, 2015

    Biggest story of 2015 is SOE becoming Daybreak Studios. SOE was part of Sony for such a long time that seeing them sold off to a venture capital firm is still surprising. That’s changed a whole bunch of the executive team, quite a few layoffs, a different focus on products, etc.
    Best gaming gift given this year? Final Fantasy XIV 60 day time card, of course! Only give the best, for the best.

  2. ElusiveXTreasure on December 20, 2015

    I have three answers for the question of the week:

    The best gift I have recieved was my original NES, which I got for Hannukah when I was seven. I can point to this as the entire reason I fell in love with gaming.

    The best gift I have given is the backwards compatible PS3 I got for my husband several years ago. I had to go all across town to find one since it was the only model at the time that could play PS1, 2, and 3 games, but it was well worth it to see the smile on his face, especially since he had no idea I was getting it.

    The final one has to do with this year and ESO… I avoided this game like the plague despite being an avid Elder Scrolls fan. Once they announced fixed classes I was just done with it, though I did glance at it once or twice vaguely out of basically morbid curiousity. A couple of days ago, the hubby and I were discussing what to do for the holidays for each other and weighing the options. He came up with ESO… I stared at him like he had offered me a rotten sandwich, but I can’t say no to him, so I obliged him and did some research. Since the game was on sale, I decided that the price tag wasn’t too much to finally give it a go. In spite of my misgivings, I was shocked to find that it really did feel like an Elder Scrolls game, and one I could now play alongside the hubby. It might not be the split screen I wanted, but being able to ruin delve along side my love makes it priceless.

  3. Bratwurst on December 17, 2015

    I can’t believe I’m saying this but I want to give a Da-Bomb to Nexon for how they have been doing with their latest games like Dirty Bomb and Ghost in the Shell: SAC First Assault. They’ve just been doing well this season. I mean look at the Early Access packs for the latter, they’re so cheap with the most expensive one at 30$. The devs for both games have just taken an active role with communicating with the community, especially with Dirty Bomb.

    To answer my question of the week… I bought a Memory Express custom built Gaming PC for my daughter.