Old School Runescape gets a New Region in the latest update

Old School RuneScape’s sprouted a new region today. The Kebos Lowlands is part of the MMO’s first big update since it went multiplatform and launched a mobile edition in October last year. Expect a new town needing help, monsters needing slayed and a new dungeon waiting to be delved into.

The RuneScape spin-off is an unusual experiment. Unlike the now defunct RuneScape Classic and World of Warcraft Classic, Old School isn’t a snapshot of the game that once was. It’s based on the 2007 version of the game and is largely as you might remember it, but like regular RuneScape, it’s still a living MMO, and it receives frequent updates and new features voted for by the community.

Unlike modern MMOs, Old School expects you to do quite a bit of legwork and doesn’t have that developer-guided critical path. You just sort of amble around, meeting people and getting into strange adventures, like learning how to communicate with a ghost or taking a trip to the fey dimension by mistake. In addition, our site z2u.com has a large quantity of safe Old School RuneScape Money For Sale.

The latest update adds the town of Brimstone, a new monster—a hydra—and a new slayer dungeon. There’s a farming guild, too, and more novice quests and rewards.

In what is the first big update since the game went multiplatform late last year, Old School Runescape got a new region today. The Kebos Lowlands includes a new town called Brimstome, a new monster in the form of a hydra, a new slayer dungeon. There is even a new farming guild. Jagex has called this update the game’s most diverse since Old School Runescape launched in 2013.

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The Last of Us Part II’s story was changed

If you enjoyed the original Last of Us, you might not like the sequel, writer-director Neil Druckmann says. Speaking to Wired, Druckmann said Naughty Dog has created a divisive game with The Last of Us Part II, and he expects some people to come away with a sour taste in their mouth.

In an article by Wired, it was revealed that “[Neil] Druckmann’s team [watched] for players’ minute responses to the narrative and emotional beats” with the dev team “log[ing] and annotat[ing] every clench of the law and widening of the eyes” all in the name of ensuring that players felt the maximum impact of these moments.

“Some of [the fans of the original game] are not going to like this game, and not like where it goes, and not like what it says or the fate of characters that they love,” Druckmann said. “I’d rather have people passionately hate it than just be like, ‘Yeah, it was OK.'” In addition, if you are in need of Cheap The Last of Us 2 Money, you can visit our website z2u.com.

This commentary from Druckmann is nothing new for The Last of Us Part II. Before this, Joel actor Troy Baker said he expects the game to be divisive. He said he hopes the narrative challenges players’ expectations of “what the game is, what the world is, who the characters are–everything.” “I don’t know whether people are going to like it or they’re going to hate it, but they definitely will NOT be ambivalent about it,” he added.

Last month, The Last Of Us Part II was the subject of major leaks that spoiled many of the game’s plot points and story elements. However, Druckmann has since reassured fans that the ending of the game has yet to be revealed. “There’s all these theories about what the ending is but the ending is not out there. You actually don’t know how it all comes together,” he said.

The Last of Us Part II launches on June 19 for PS4, and it will be playable on PlayStation 5 later on. It’s followed by two other PS4 exclusives in July, with Iron Man VR launching on July 3 for PSVR and Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima arriving on July 17.

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The global competitive ecology of Onmyoji Arena will also be gradually established

NetEase is releasing the Multiplayer Online Battle Arena installment, Onmyoji Arena,  one of its renowned Onmyoji series’ games, on April 27th on the Apple App Store in Southeastern Asia.

As early as April 2018, the Asian servers of “Onmyojiarena” had already achieved good results and once ranked at the top of the Taiwan Apple Store. It also ranked among the top lists in Thailand and Vietnam, with good performance on multiple lists, marking an excellent start in Asia.

In June 2018, the international version of completed Beta testing, winning the favor of many European and American game players. As an MOBA game launched by NetEase, the launch of the international servers will bring more global game players together to truly realize the global game intercommunication.

One of the most significant merits of the Onmyoji series is its out-of-this-world voice acting. Together with the exotically elegant Heian art style and gorgeous 3D model-building, NetEase is able to authentically reconstruct the Kyoto city and the Shikigami of Heian Period in Onmyoji Arena. If you want to know where to buy Onmyoji Arena Items, z2u.com will be your best choice.

The amulet system is cast-away in Onmyoji Arena. Players can now create their own combinations of Onmyoji’s abilities (Onmyodo) for free, customizing the skillset to fulfill the potential of their Shikigami. In-game purchases will not affect the combat stats of the Shikigami in Onmyoji Arena, making strategies and controls the most important factors to win.

The strength of Shikigamis is carefully evened out while giving them unique features and abilities. Every Shikigami is useful in some situation. Each one of them has four abilities and two spells. Combinations and the timing of casting the spells are crucial. The innovative map design works perfectly with the war fog, providing the exciting MOBA game experience. The global server allows players from all over the world to play with or against each other.

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Playrix bringing its flagship franchise Fishdom to the social networks

Playrix Entertainment, a top-tier casual games developer and publisher of such hits as Call of Atlantis, 4 Elements, Gardenscapes and others, announced that it is bringing its flagship franchise Fishdom to the social networks. The social adaptation of the game is slated for an early March release coming first to Facebook with MySpace and vkontakte versions next in line.

The social adaptation of Fishdom is an aquarium simulation game where players need to take care of lively tropical fish and develop a beautiful fish tank for their enjoyment. Players get to purchase, feed and play with their finned pets watching them grow. Adding exotic plants and original accessories to the virtual aquarium, players show off their creativity to friends and share the fun experience.

The original Fishdom, a highly acclaimed puzzler from Playrix, was released in June 2008 and has been a best seller since then, building an unprecedented fan base and receiving spectacular user ratings and favorable reviews. The game with conversion rates reaching 14% proved to be #1 hit and one of the top-selling match-3 titles across the boards. It has won numerous critical accolades and “game of the year” awards being called one of the greatest games of 2008 by Casual Games Association, announced among the final nominees for the 2009 Great Game Awards and named one of the Greatest Video Games 2009 by iParenting Media Awards late last year. In 2009 Playrix extended its Fishdom franchise with four new titles in various genres stating its commitment to deliver the game’s unique experience to the widest possible audience. If you need Buy Fishdom Items, you can visit our site z2u.com.

Fishdom is a good game, but it’s missing a few features to make it great. For starters, it’s lacking in true social play. There’s nothing to stop players from taking a screenshot of their aquarium and posting it to their favorite social networks, of course, and the game also features the facility to Like the game on Facebook, follow the developer on Twitter and send a link via email to friends, but there’s no facility to view friends’ aquariums, for example, and no means of comparing high scores. The game doesn’t even support Game Center, unlike many of Playrix’s other iOS titles, and thus ends up feeling like a somewhat solitary experience. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing for players who are happy to play alone, but it seems like a curious omission given the type of game and Playrix’s previous experience. Perhaps it is something that will be added in a future update.

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