275w ago - It's official! LittleBigPlanet is not the casual interactive friendly game we all thought it would be. Of course those levels will exist, but we have confirmation of a new level that will turn your fun happy go lucky adventure into a survival of the fittest match making you care less about what your friends are doing.
The video below shows off a level known as Skulldozer, and just by reading the title you can imagine what kind of havoc Sackboy has got himself into. This level is dark, gloomy and worst of all this trailing LittleBigPlanet boss wants you DEAD! Take a look at what you could be getting yourself into this October 21st.
Check out the video below courtesy of mysterymann via GameTrailers. Enjoy!
284w ago - Out of the ten million WoW players, less than five percent are interested or even aware of end-game content. Most players know that level 70 is the highest level that you can achieve; however, many of them don't know that level 70 is where the most interesting part of WoW begins.
Instead of gaining more experience to level, players work extremely hard to acquire better gear and items. This requires hours of dedication inside dungeons and on raids (a.k.a., much larger dungeons). Raids must be run well by leaders; otherwise, they fail.
Many people just think that end-game content takes too long to get; the end-game is just too hard, takes too much effort.
On top of that, the gear that drops comes in small amounts, meaning only a few members of the party will get anything for all the effort expended in any particular raid. Party members must show up on assigned raid times and follow organized, detailed instructions.
A single mess up from any member of the party can kill the entire group and force everyone to start over. This is just too frustrating for a lot of players, and is even frustrating for existing, hardcore players. Those existing players often call WoW more a job than a game.
Blizzard is toying with the idea of making the end-game easier through The Wrath of...