there are a bunch of free games out there to try dunar if PVP is what interests you. Mortal Online being one of them which has had a lot of upgrades recently. One i also enjoy is Darkfall but that is not F2P and can be grindy
hehe they actually have an interesting campaign pre-order pack where it's 5 copies of the game and some DM tile set stuff for 149.99. So if 5 of us wanted to get could each pitch in $30. Obviously probably want to wait a bit for more info
Question to Star Citizens. If you're on a multi pass ship and you log off.. when you log back in are you returned to that persons ship and if so.. what happens if that person gets that ship destroyed while youre offline?
Just in time for Judgement's triumphant return to Eorzea, Final Fantasy XIV is having a free login weekend that runs January 30th through February 2nd.
From the official page:
≪Free Login Weekend Overview≫
Users meeting the following conditions will be able to play FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn free of charge during the upcoming weekend:
Eligibility Users who have previously purchased and registered FINAL FANTASY XIV and whose service account is set as inactive during the campaign period. *Please visit the FINAL FANTASY XIV: Mog Station to confirm the status of your service account.
Event Schedule From Friday, January 30, 2015 at 12:00 a.m. to Monday, February 2, 2015 at 12:00 a.m. (PST) * Please note that a subscription to FFXIV: ARR is required to continue playing after the event period.
Client Download If you have yet to install the game, please download the official client software. (http://sqex.to/ffxiv_client_en)
Before the Fall will be coming in 3 parts. Part 1 looks to have most of the new dungeons and story content and is coming January 20th, Part 2 will finish off the main story leading up the Heavensward and be hitting in late March, Then Gold Saucer will be its own update between the others in late February.
Life is Feudal is a game set in a large persistent and seamless medieval world. With free terraforming and building features built into the game. The combat system is a no target and physics-based type where the direction of the attack depends on mouse movement. Basic movements combined with directional attacks can be mixed together into deadly combos with special effects. The game also features a RICH crafting system that requires a lot of attention in order to do things correctly. If you are interested in Politics this game will also cater to you, you can establish towns and cities by building your own keep and have people inhabit your village.
So far Seven of us have enjoyed what Life is Feudal has to offer and we would like others to join in on the fun. We have our own server where we can adapt the rulesets to whatever we desire that can host up to 40 players at a time. The game is currently on sale with steam for early access and will eventually be converted into an MMO fitting the description above. There is no montly fee or anything of that nature you simply pay for the game once and you are good to go.
If you are interested in seeing more of the game LeBler would be more than happy to stream gameplay for you, or if you want to research it on your own the Wiki for the game has a LOT of information for your consumption. Again we would love to have more Judgement members join in on the fun so if you have any questions feel free to post on the thread to find out our server info and to post any questions.