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Two new character classes: the Assassin and the Druid.

A fifth act taking place in and around Mount Arreat in the northern Barbarian Highlands, with an additional act boss, Baal.

Many new weapons and new pieces of armor:
Runes can be placed into sockets and provide different bonuses from gems.

Now if only you could use a controller on the PC version.

Using Horadric Cube, needed quest item for Act 2 and runes as recipes, one can empower the items.

“Crafted items” are very similar to rare items but they cannot be found in chests or dropped by monsters. They can be created with the Horadric Cube and the right ingredients. They have 3-4 fixed properties that will enhance the items.

“Runewords” are very powerful bonuses that are granted to an item when specific runes are socketed in a specific order.

“Jewels” gain the same random bonuses that items can. These can be placed into sockets. They have the same effect FFXIV Power leveling no matter what the base item is. Unique jewels are “Rainbow Facets” which have different bonuses to a certain element.

Ethereal items that are normally more powerful than their standard counterparts, but they have lowered durability and cannot be repaired.

Charms that can be kept in the inventory and provide passive bonuses.

Class-specific items that can only be used by a certain character, e.g. Claws for an Assassin.

Additional unique and set items, including class-specific sets.
An expanded stash for storing items—two times the size of the original stash.

An alternate weapon/shield/spell setup that can be switched to via a hotkey in gameplay.

Hirelings can now follow the player through all the Acts. They can also be equipped with armor and a weapon, can gain their own experience (originally they leveled up with the player), can be healed by potions, and can be resurrected when killed.

The game can now be played at 800×600 resolution, up from 640×480.

I’m not sure the html codes to use to put all of that in a quote box so forgive me if this is annoying to read. Most of this already seems to be in Diablo 3 but I think the reason LoD seemed so massive before I actually looked at what all it included is just how much it changed the game. What they seem to be proposing now is changes to bring it in line with what the console version has and a new act/class. Not much in the way of advancing the game though, really.

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The True Cost of The Elder Scrolls Online

Zemimax’s upcoming 2014 title, The Elder Scrolls Online, has attracted a good deal of attention in the wake of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’s on-going success. The recent decision to charge a subscription fee to play TESO has, however, received a mixed response.

The subscription fee will be £8.99 per month across all platforms, and the idea behind it is to allow for a more immersive world that a free-to-play model would disrupt. Charging a monthly subscription fee will, according to Zenimax, also enable them to continue releasing new content for The Elder Scrolls Online every 4-6 weeks.Here to supply Buy FFXIV Power leveling

So what will it cost to play this game for a year?

The PS Plus/Xbox Live subscription cost is £39.99 annually for current-gen consoles. The respective costs of the next-gen subscriptions have yet to be confirmed, though it seems like a safe bet that they would cost the same or slightly more.

The game itself is the next cost, and though the price has not yet been confirmed for the UK, it will be retailing at $60 in the USA – roughly translating to £39.99 – though we do tend to get a slightly rawer deal over this side of the pond, so don’t be shocked if we see it retailing for £45 or £50 over here.

Those two costs alone bring us up to £79.98 in the best case scenario.

A year’s subscription for TESO will amount to £107.88 at £8.99 per month. That brings you up to £187.86. Stick your monthly internet bill on top of that and you’re going to be around £200 poorer by 2015, and that’s before we factor in the cost of the actual console. If you are one of the poor souls planning to buy a console specifically to play this game, your total cost will be £536.86 for the PS4 version, or £616.86 for Xbox One. Plus your internet bill.

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Final Fantasy XIV: Rebirth of the realm is a gorgeous convenient and flexible MMO

I told myself, I’ve had enough of massively multiplayer online role-playing game. No, because I have some kind of addiction, but that’s all, I’m just tired, shortcut bar filled with magic and attack missions, constantly nagging villagers, and woodland creatures mass murder. The world of things, such as World of Warcraft, Guild Wars 2 Lord of the Rings Online, play more after a few years, I think I had my fill.

But, you know what I did not play online games? 2010 Final Fantasy XIV. Like I love the Final Fantasy series (I hit every major number, single project), I’ve heard about FFXIV nothing but terrible things. Critics called it a boring, confusing mess.

Ah, someone in the company must agree to publisher Square Enix. Mistakes in trying to fix it, there are a few patches, but went ahead Square and restart the whole thing. The result is a Final Fantasy XIV: reborn, and now the PC and PlayStation 3 realm.Here to supply Buy FFXIV Power leveling

Despite my MMO fatigue, but I’m very curious to see what that looks like this scale restart. Shockingly, I found my new favorite in the genre.

Gorgeous World
Rebirth of the realm Eorzea, a beautiful continent, which is home to many races, like the tall wizard Elezen or tiny, cute Lalafell (like my character in a fantasy world, there were a lot of people, you will see in the this review screenshot). While most online games go exaggerated, cartoon style (such as the World of Warcraft, and even ”Star Wars: The Old Republic), a realm of rebirth sticks Final Fantasy veterans, especially those who play Final Fantasy XII familiar with the artistic style of its results there is no experience of a handsome, cheap MMO feel.

The common task, usually involves killing monsters and collect items simple tasks, such as they are often surrounded by an interesting narrative framework. In addition to the main storyline, each class has its own task chain, providing a complete story

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