I forget. What was WarCry originally for?Greg Tito said:Yeah, perhaps not the best day to set up something new, but we're really excited about bringing WarCry to you guys and couldn't wait another second.
I assure you it's not a joke.
I've been working on WarCry a lot lately, but I'll still be around to work on Escapist stuff like the Expo and record the podcasts. I'm not going anywhereUNHchabo said:So in becoming the managing editor of Warcry, are you stepping aside from your current position at The Escapist, or are you also staying on full-time here?
You know that's funny. I'd forgotten AC was still kicking mostly because I remember vividly when Turbine shut down AC2. Now I find out that AC2 is being revived for AC1 players. We'll definitely start covering both games on WarCry.Stormwaltz said:I'm wounded that of the first few mass-market MMORPGs, the only one you didn't mention was the one I worked on: Asheron's Call. Like its first-generational peers, it's still running while many johnny-come-latelys have been closed by publishers for not making "enough" money.
I still remember when Crossroads of Dereth moved into the WarCry network...
I'm sorry you felt misled. We definitely have a lot of content that will point you to the MMO you might want to play. Age of Wushu isn't even out yet, it releases on April 10th in the US, so you might want to try again then.ASnogarD said:I was curious... then I clicked on a link and got sent to another site, way to hide outside links amongst the warcry links...referrals eh ?
Pity the Age of Wushu isnt available in the UK, or at least Popmog isnt offering it or you may of got a hit, shame.
I dont trust sites that take you away to other sites with no warning, that was my own fault though as I trusted content advertised and managed by a Escapist editor... wont be so trusting in the future.