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Star Wars: The Old Republic is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) based in the Star Wars universe. Developed by BioWare Austin and a supplemental team at BioWare Edmonton, the game was first announced on October 21, 2008, at an invitation-only press event. The video game was released for the Microsoft Windows platform on December 20, 2011 in North America and part of Europe. Early access to the game began one week before release, on December 13, 2011, for those who had pre-ordered the game online; access opened in "waves" based on pre-order date.
Although BioWare has not disclosed development costs, industry leaders and financial analysts have estimated it to be between $150 million and $200 million, making it the then most expensive video game.[9][10] The post was later taken over by Grand Theft Auto V, with an estimated cost of $265 million.[11] The game had 1 million subscribers within three days of its launch, making it the world's "fastest-growing MMO ever".[12][13] However, in the following months the game lost a fair share of its subscriptions, but has remained profitable.[14] The game has since adopted the hybrid free-to-play business model with remaining subscription option.


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Razer Iskur Gaming Chair Now Comes In Sleek All-Black Design
Posted on Thursday March 04, 2021

Razer's pricey ergonomic gaming chair, the Iskur, launched last October, offering a black-and-green design with the Razer logo on the front and back of the headrest. Now, fans looking for a plainer design have another option to consider: Razer announced today that the Iskur will now be sold in all-black in addition to the black-and-green design.

Available for $500 on Razer's website, the Razer Iskur's all-black model is the exact same chair decked out in sleek black synthetic leather. The green accents along the side of the chair are now gone, and the Razer logos are a subtle black. The best part: The "For Gamers, By Gamers" slogan printed on the front side of the chair's seat is now black as well. Though this particular feature was never super noticeable due to its location on the chair, I'm still not the biggest fan of the text being there at all. It's nice that the aspects of this chair that scream "GAMER" are now minimized for those who want something a little more understated.

The all-black Razer Iskur is the same chair with a more subtle design.

I've been using the Iskur for a few months now and wrote about the experience in our recent Razer Iskur review. Quite frankly, it's one of the most comfortable chairs I've ever sat in. The Iskur is notable for its dynamic lumbar support system, which features a built-in curve that can be extended up to 26 degrees to match the entire curvature of your lower-middle back. Because it's fully attached to the chair, the Iskur's lumbar curve is sturdy and secure, so it won't shift around like a separate lumbar pillow would. The ability to find the proper angle to support your entire back is a benefit that can't be overstated. If you're someone who sits all day for work or during long gaming sessions, having proper ergonomic support is crucial, and the Iskur is simply the best gaming chair on the market that we've tested that's designed for this purpose.

A closer look at the all-black Iskur vs. the original design

The Razer Iskur's biggest drawback is its hefty price tag. At $500, it's in a similar price range as Secretlab's Titan series chairs, but it doesn't get the regular discounts that those do. You're paying a considerable chunk of change here, but if you're someone who sits for the majority of the day and struggles with lower back pain, the Iskur is definitely worth considering. Though I've only had it a few months, the Iskur feels like it was designed to last, with multi-layered synthetic leather that withstands daily wear and tear and high-density foam cushions that haven't shown signs of sinking down over time.

The Iskur is featured in our guide to the best gaming chairs for 2021, but if you're looking for something a little cheaper, we have recommendations for budget gaming chairs as well.

Diablo 2 Resurrected Will Carry Over Save Data From Original Release
Posted on Thursday March 04, 2021

Turns out if you're still playing 2000's Diablo II or still have access to your save in that game, you'll be able to transfer your progress into the upcoming Diablo II: Resurrected remaster. It all seamlessly transfers over.

"Yes, keep your old save files," Diablo II: Resurrected producer Matthew Cederquist told IGN. "Back when we were working on [the remaster], we wondered if the old save files would work, so we kind of shoved it in, and it worked! So yes, your local single-player save files will carry over."

As revealed at BlizzConline 2021, Diablo II: Resurrected will feature a toggle that allows you to switch back and forth between the remaster's updated graphics and the original game's visuals. So you could port your original Diablo II save into the remaster and then switch to the original game's visuals and it would be like you never switched games. Why? Because you can.

Diablo II: Resurrected will launch for Xbox Series X|S, PS5, Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Switch later this year. The remaster is being made by Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 developer Vicarious Visions, recently folded into Blizzard Entertainment.

Apex Legends Chaos Theory Devstream Reveals Ultimate Ability Callout, Explains Wattson's New "Selfish" Ability
Posted on Thursday March 04, 2021

Respawn has released a new Apex Legends devstream to further explain the changes being made in the upcoming Chaos Theory event. The devstream also reveals what looks to be an upcoming change to how ultimate abilities may work, an adjustment that wasn't touched on in the Chaos Theory patch notes.

At 13:36, Bangalore's ultimate ability finishes charging and you see a prompt pop up for her to say, "My Ultimate is Ready!" So it looks like this next update will add in new voice lines that allow you to call out when your ultimate ability is fully charged and ready to go. This is an awesome addition; we love that Respawn keeps implementing new conversational quips that make it easier to "talk" to teammates without ever having to use a mic.

As detailed in the patch notes, a big part of the Chaos Theory update is rebalancing the defender characters--Wattson and Rampart get buffs while Caustic and Gibraltar get nerfs. Wattson's change is the most interesting of the bunch, as she now passively heals her shield. In the devstream, Respawn explains this is being done to finally make Wattson a little more "selfish."

"Wattson still finds success at high level play," Apex Legends live balance designer John Larson said on the devstream. "As far as competitive is concerned, I'm curious to see if we'll see more usage from her given the Caustic changes. But for all of us who are not competitive players, a reason her pick rate is low could be because she doesn't have much 'selfish' power."

Wattson is one of the few characters in Apex Legends who doesn't possess a passive, tactical, or ultimate ability that allows her to more easily get a kill. Even her fellow defenders possess offensive potential (especially Caustic), making Wattson the only pure defender in the game. She's there to help her team win, not score kills for herself. So this new buff is a nice reward for all the folks who main Wattson.

And speaking of Caustic, the devstream responds to fans' long-time request for Respawn to add some form of differentiation in the gas created by a friendly Caustic and enemy Caustic. Respawn has seen fans clamoring for it, but the team feels like it can't enact such a change because it would alter the in-match meta in a negative way.

"I often see requests for a quality-of-life change to create a color differentiation for friendly and enemy gas," Larson said. "Right now, the biggest hesitation that teammates have when fighting in gas is when two Caustics are involved. With differentiation, it only encourages teammates to play in gas even more, actually making [Caustic] stronger. All gas should not be easier or fun to fight in unless you're Caustic, and that's by design."

Chaos Theory kicks off on March 9, the same day that Apex Legends releases for Switch.

New Outriders Demo Update Eliminates Lootcave Exploit
Posted on Thursday March 04, 2021

Publisher Square Enix has announced that the Outriders demo will be getting an update on March 5 at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET. The update will implement a few balancing changes and quality-of-life improvements.

The update is largely aimed at eliminating the grind for loot. The Outriders demo has a lootcave run where players can reload over and over to open the same three chests--which, when done enough times, allows you to eventually get some nice loot, including legendary items. The update eliminates this exploit by ensuring chests will no longer drop legendary items.

"While we do not want to prevent farming runs (We get it!), the lootcave discovered via the triple chest-run, as well as the store exploit, do not feel to be within the spirit of the game," the patch notes say. "To that end, we are redirecting farming efforts to mechanics in the game that may be more enjoyable for players to play through and repeat."

The update also nerfs some of the more annoying abilities used by the Captain mobs, which should make them a less frustrating challenge whenever they pop up. Additionally, Gauss, an early optional boss in the demo that you can face off against multiple times, will gain increased health and the ability to heal himself on subsequent runs, ensuring he remains a challenge and never becomes too easy.

Outriders Demo March 5 Update Patch Notes

Changes To Captains

  • The Captain mob ability "Healing Light" will have its effectiveness reduced.
  • The Captain mob ability "From the Ashes" and "Phoenix Aura" will have their cooldowns increased.
    • Some players were finding it hard to fully kill Captains who would trigger these abilities, making for a frustrating rather than a challenging but fun encounter.

Changes To Gauss

  • Gauss will have his health points increased for repeat playthroughs.
    • This is to ensure that he remains fun and challenging for players who are overpowered at this point in the story.
  • Gauss healing from his ability "Steel Wall" will be increased.

Changes To loot drops

  • While we do not want to prevent farming runs (We get it!), the lootcave discovered via the triple chest-run, as well as the store exploit, do not feel to be within the spirit of the game. To that end, we are redirecting farming efforts to mechanics in the game that may be more enjoyable for players to play through and repeat.
    • Epic items will no longer appear in shops and vendors (within the demo).
    • Chests will no longer drop legendary items.
    • Side quest rewards (on repeat runs) will now have a chance to drop legendary items.

Pokemon Go's Bonus Kanto Tour Event Starts Tomorrow
Posted on Thursday March 04, 2021

Niantic is holding a bonus event for Pokemon Go Tour: Kanto ticket holders starting tomorrow, March 5. Beginning at 10 AM local time, players who had purchased a ticket to the Pokemon Go Tour: Kanto event will have a chance to complete more event-exclusive Timed Research tasks, with a variety of rewards up for grabs.

According to Niantic, you'll be able to earn the following items by completing the aforementioned Timed Research:

  • 30 Ultra Balls
  • A Lure Module
  • A Poffin
  • A Super Incubator
  • A Lucky Egg
  • Three Silver Pinap Berries
  • A Star Piece
  • An Elite Fast TM
  • An Elite Charged TM
  • A Charged TM
  • A Fast TM
  • 100 Mew Candy

These Timed Research tasks will be available for ticket holders until 10 AM local time on April 5. Niantic will also offer a free bundle containing three Remote Raid Passes in Pokemon Go's in-game shop. You can read more details about the event on the official Pokemon Go blog.

The original Pokemon Go Tour: Kanto event took place on February 20 and was a paid event. Players were required to purchase a ticket in order to gain access to most of the event's features, but due to technical issues, some users were able to access the event without paying. Niantic is holding this bonus event as a make-good to those who did buy a ticket.

Niantic recently kicked off a new season of content for Pokemon Go, and the studio has many events planned over the next few weeks. A Searching for Legends event begins on March 9 and gives players more chances to catch certain Rock, Ground, and Steel Pokemon, including Shiny Nosepass.

Before then, Niantic is holding March's Community Day on March 6. This month's featured Pokemon is Fletchling, and if you manage to evolve it into its final form, Talonflame, up to two hours after the event ends, it'll automatically know the Fire-type attack Incinerate.

Introversion invite you inside their game design petri dish
Posted on Thursday March 04, 2021

Another prototype available to buy for charity

Artifact development has stopped - and so now it's free
Posted on Thursday March 04, 2021

Every card is free now, too

Teardown now has Steam Workshop support
Posted on Thursday March 04, 2021

With over 100 mods available already

Which game has or had the best modding community?
Posted on Thursday March 04, 2021

And why was it Half-Life?

Elite Dangerous's FPS expansion looks a bit stiff in this alpha playthrough
Posted on Thursday March 04, 2021

The alpha will launch on March 29th

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Secret Maryo Chronicles is an Open Source two-dimensional platform game with a style designed similar to classic sidescroller games. SMC uses the platform independent library SDL and the OpenGL accelerated Graphics Renderer for the best possible graphics quality.
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Scorched 3D is a modernization of the classic DOS game Scorched Earth "The Mother Of All Games" on which it is based. Scorched 3D incorporates a lively three dimensional landscape that includes animated jets, naval vessels, water, and even birds, in addition to detailed tanks and projectiles. Other enhancements include LAN and internet play and music. Scorched 3D is totally free to play and is available for both Microsoft Windows and Unix (Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, Solaris etc.) operating systems.
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