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Posted: Mar 26th 2012 8:14PM Killaatwork said

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We need some Bloodline Champion news!

And Torchlight 2 you are taking to long!

Posted: Mar 26th 2012 9:22PM Mikx said

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@Killaatwork

Yes, I remember when they were trying to get it out before last thanksgiving.
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Posted: Mar 26th 2012 8:47PM Braiks said

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Path of Exile also has a stress test this weekend and everyone can play http://www.pathofexile.com/

Posted: Mar 26th 2012 9:07PM Ozewa said

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@Braiks Also, 0.9.8 sometime in the next 14 days.
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Posted: Mar 27th 2012 12:59AM (Unverified) said

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@Braiks : just came here to post that myself.

Yo, Massively, this is worth an article of its own, please post one!
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Posted: Mar 27th 2012 8:33AM EvilCartographer said

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I started looking at the Path of Exile website yesterday. Seems like a pretty fun crawler to hold me over until D3.

Or I could just play through Torchlight for the tenth time. Which would also be good.

Posted: Mar 27th 2012 4:30PM ShivanSwordsman said

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Just a warning to everyone, I beta tested Wrath of Heroes about a month or two into it's closed beta. It was fun, and it's come a long way. However, it IS pay to win, and the price of champions is extreme. I've been giving constant feedback between beta phases, and they only gave me 30k in gold... well, it takes about 20k to 40k to buy a hero. On average, you get about 30 gold (not 30k, 30) per match. To get access to upgradable abilities and the like, you have to purchase heroes, otherwise you're playing gimp versions.

I'm making this as a warning to all players to STAY AWAY from the pay to win Warhammer. It's effing terrible what they're doing to it, but I already stopped playing. In the closed beta, prices were 200 to 300 for a hero. I wouldn't have minded a 10x increase. But a 100x increase? It's frelling Battlefield Heroes all over again. DO NOT TRUST EA.

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