F2P Cast: It's Time to Test! (EP 85)
In this week's episode of Free-to-Play Podcast the Cast returns to discuss the newest DOTA 2 update which brings in everyone's favorite homicidal A.I. Glados! Then, the group discusses the recently announced Deep Down, a Free-to-Play dungeon crawler by Capcom headed for the PS4. We get the cast's opinion on En Masses instant level up event for TERA and finally, the cast evaluates World of Warplanes being delayed yet again. All of this plus your community comments on this week's episode of the Free-to-Play Cast!
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Got a very Solid Da-Bomb for Wildstar. The more information that is released about the game the more I want to play it. Between now and the time it comes out next year I hope to keep hearing more information about it that keeps me wanting to play it. From its extensive Races and ability mechanics. Lets hope the class system is just as nice.
Also got a tiny Da-Bomb for the League of Legends World Series. My friends and I have been enjoying it more than Sunday night football, don't know what it says about us though.
I have an A-bomb for Square-Enix, because of Nosgoth: It feels incredibly disrespectful to the Legacy Of Kain series. While every LOK fan wanted more lovin' for the series, no one wanted it devolved into a multiplayer only F2P shooter. The Legacy Of Kain series is built on a story driven single player experience, with incredible voice acting (Soul Reaver is still easily one of the best voice acted games over 15 years later), deep plot lines, incredible mythos, and easily some of the most iconic characters in gaming's history. To be fair, Nosgoth doesn't look like a bad game as far as multiplayer shooters go, and it does seem like Psyonix is truly trying to make it a good multiplayer game. However, it feels like nothing is sacred to Square-Enix, and this game feels as hurtful to LOK fans as Final Fantasy: All The Bravest did to FF fans.