Thursday, June 6, 2013

Diablo 3 Release Date For PS3 And Xbox 360 on September 3, 2013

There are some news came from the official Diablo III website that may make PS3 owners sad when the companies decided to announce the formal, console release date, they also decided to show that it isn’t just for PS3 owners anymore. People with Xbox 360s and PS3s will be enjoying this RPG come September 3, 2013. This is the first time that we’ve heard of D3 appearing on the Xbox 360.
In addition, there is now a Diablo III pre-order bonus. People who jump in immediately will get an Infernal Helm for their in-game avatars. It’s an item that boosts experience earned when worn, meaning you’ll level up quicker and be a more desirable ally to all the other people also playing Diablo III. There are no level restrictions on this DLC equipment, so your character can equip it the second you begin the game.
Though Diablo III is no longer an exclusive, I’d still argue the PS3 version is superior simply because of the online advantage. Diablo III is a social kind of RPG, where you’ll get more out of it when you play with other people online. This gives PS3 owners, with its free online multiplayer, an edge as Microsoft forces Xbox 360 owners to subscribe to Xbox Gold to do this. Granted, many Xbox 360 owners do end up caving and paying for Xbox Gold, so in the end it could be a push.
We do know that the PlayStation version of the game will play on a different realm and not be accessible by PC consoles. It’s probably safe to assume the same will be true for the Xbox 360. We don’t know if these console realms will be able to interact with each other. The console versions of the game are also having their UI updated to a more console-friendly format.
The play testing on the PS3 version of Diablo 3 has generally been positive. Blizzard’s move to bring the game to the Xbox 360 bodes well for it appearing on the next generation Xbox console as well, although no announcement has been made there. Diablo 3 is expected to have its first expansion announced at BlizzCon in November this year.For more information about  game you can visit the official site.

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

What do you think of the Marriage in Game

If you’re single in real life, have you ever thought of getting married in games? In-game marriages are largely a thing of the past. Outside of outliers like RIFT, MapleStory and Final Fantasy XIV, most games don’t and won’t feature the option to tie the knot inside your game of choice. Which might be seen as a bit sad, but it also raises the question of whether or not you’d use the feature even if it were available.
Maybe you enjoy roleplaying, maybe you want to have a tongue-in-cheek ceremony, or maybe you play with your spouse and want to be married on multiple levels. Or maybe you think the idea of being pretend married in a pretend game is kind of hopelessly silly to begin with. So today we ask — if you had the option of getting married in your game of choice, would you take advantage of it?
As to the ingame marriage, nowadays in video games, the marriage system has become more and more popular. and we can see it in most RPG games. Sometimes, the ingame couples may even become the real couples. However, if you’ve already married in real life, will you still pretend to be single and marry with someone else in games? Do you think it’s a kind of cheating?
In some players’ opinion, the ingame marriage is just for fun, it won’t cause any problem in real life. Any way, you even don’t know whether your ingame wife is female or male. And compared to the real marriage, the ingame marriage is low-risk, it’s just a kind of relaxation.
On the other hand, can you accept your couple married in game with someone else? If not, what will you do then? Uninstall his/her game client? Delete his/her account, or just turn a blind eye? And in my opinion, the best way to avoid this problem is to marry with your real couple in game. For more information about game you can visit the official site.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Blizzard is running a 50% off sale Only this week for all of WOW services

Are you still looking to do any World of Warcraft race changes, name changes, appearance changes, or server transfers, there’s no time like the present. More specifically Blizzard Entertainment announced the discount yesterday but it will only be available for a limited time. Character Transfers, Faction Changes, Races Changes, Appearance Changes, and Name Changes are all 50 percent off until June 10, 2013. Normal and discounted prices are as follows:
Character Transfers, the movement of one character to a different realm normally costs $25. Discounted this service should be about $12.50.
Faction Changes, the switching of factions from either Horde to Alliance or Alliance to Horde normally costs $30. Discounted this service should be $15.
Race Changes, the transformation from one race to another available to the original character’s faction normally costs $25. Discounted this service should cost $12.50.
Appearance Changes, the ability to re-customize the player character normally costs $15. Discounted the service should cost about $7.50.
Name Changes, the opportunity to change a character’s name normally costs $10. Discounted the service should cost $5.
Denizens of Azeroth from on US or EU region can enjoy the 50 percent discount. Sale ends June 10th 2013! Buy Seize the Time!Click read more for all the details!