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Cat Context 40: EQ Landmark, Pre-ordering MMOs, more Hearthstone

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This week Liore and Elly sit down with special guest Aurelia to talk about EQ Landmark and Hearthstone.

EverQuest Landmark announced its early access packages last week, which range from $20 – $100. Elly and Liore generally agree that paying for beta is silly, while Aurelia takes a more measured approach. We additionally looked at Landmark in general, from the idea of user generated content, to virtual land grabs, to whether we non-artistic folks will screw up the world with hideous houses.

In other news, Aurelia just got a Hearthstone beta invite so all three hosts talk about their hands on impressions. Elly, as the resident Magic expert, feels that getting casual scrubs into Hearthstone is an overall win for the TCG market, while Liore and Aurelia commisserate over being terrible.

Also, we discuss the principle of TTD, or “time to dicks”! Liore yells about not preordering games! We compare Steam Sale shopping lists!

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* Free Music Archive page for our theme, in THE crowd by The Years
* A good post about the economy of Hearthstone
* EQ Landmark Founder’s Pack page

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    j3w3l
    December 9, 2013 at 3:00 am

    I have no regrets about putting the big bucks into EQN Landmark, can’t wait to get exploring and building. Just no-one tell my hubby how much I spent
    j3w3l´s last post: Link Dead Radio: Creating worlds, Communities and Combat Charm

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