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New MMO ‘Wildstar’ getting some serious attention, and deservedly so

I’m still trying to find the perfect MMO.

It’s been hard, frankly. So many great concepts to come out, all to fail to meet my standards.

Maybe my standards are too high. Or, maybe, they’re just not the right games for me.

I’ve spent a good bit of time with the upcoming MMO “Wildstar” and, fingers crossed, I think I may have found the one.

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‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ exactly what I hoped for

I’m not big into comics, but I am a huge fan of super heroes.

While I didn’t get my fix through the books, I did grow up watching the various cartoon series based on Marvel characters, X-Men and Spider-Man, in particular.

These shows always held my attention in a big way, and I get that same feeling from seeing them come to life on the big screen.

Unfortunately, a couple of the more recent in the X-Men series have been a bit disappointing, in my opinion. I enjoyed “X-Men: First Class,” but it just didn’t feel as epic as the previous in the series (not counting “X-Men: The Last Stand”).

The latest release, “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” isn’t like that at all.

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‘Project X Zone’ is a delightful collision of worlds

When I first heard about “Project X Zone,” I couldn’t help but think of what a strange combination of cast it featured.

Street Fighter” and “Shining Force?” “Resident Evil” and “Xenosaga?” “Resonance of Fate” and “.hack?”

Why would somebody combine the Capcom, Sega and NAMCO Bandai universes into a single game? And how would it work?

It is a strange world, but it all kind of works. Of course, interdimensional beings are involved, tearing holes in the various universes and causing all kinds of crossover.

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‘Diablo III’ expansion attracting new and old players

I had completely given up on Diablo III.

The loot system was broken, as very few items you might find were worthwhile; the best stuff could be purchased from the in-game auction house, and that took either loads of gold or real cash.

On top of that, the game was just kind of boring. The classes were neat, sure, and the story was good, but once you made it through the first time, there was little to draw people back in.

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