Consider what the leaks didn’t contain, for example. We didn’t hear what the next set of bosses would be in the Alliance raid, or the bosses of 4.4’s dungeons. (And one of those is a big Final Fantasy IV reference, let’s be fair.) There was no discussion about what the actual story would contain, just about the presence of an Alphinaud sequence. We didn’t know that the Savage mode of Omega’s final fight would include a “merged” form. And then, following the leaks about 4.4, the leaker promptly said he could reveal no more due to community members speaking out against him and stopped talking. … [Read more...] about Wisdom of Nym: Final Fantasy XIV’s leaks and the seduction of partial information
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Also in Gwacheon Knowledge Information Town, Black Desert Online developer Pearl Abyss revealed it has invested around 156 million USD for a new headquarters in the area, with the land itself costing around 21.3 million USD. According to reports, the massive success of Black Desert Online and Black Desert Mobile has led to aggressive manpower expansion, and its current rental office at Anyang is reaching its capacity. The new building will have 5 floors under ground, and 15 floors above. Construction is expected to complete late 2021. Pearl Abyss mentioned it will continue using the Anyang office after the new building opens. … [Read more...] about – Netmarble and Pearl Abyss announce new buildings in Gwacheon Knowledge Information Town
“With its earnings call taking place last week before the change to Civilization VI’s EULA, it is possible that its below expectations performance has resulted in a move to milk its existing user base as much as possible. That said, it is deplorable that despite shifting over 17 million units of Red Dead Redemption 2 in under weeks, Take Two still thinks it’s not making enough to keep it or its investors happy, perhaps playing a part in turning Civilization VI into spyware.” … [Read more...] about Bad Press: No, NDTV, Civilization VI Isn’t Milking Its Users For Data
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Since last year, Google has made some major changes in search engine algorithm, which starts with Google panda updates, search plus your world and moved to Page layout algo and many more yet to come. If you follow SEO news, you’ll no doubt know that Google are preparing a number of changes to their algorithm which are going to “level the playing field”. What does this mean? Well, it means that Google are preparing to “clear the spam” out of their search results by penalizing sites who have over-optimized SEO. This brings a number of thoughts to mind… just what are they up to, and why are they doing it? … [Read more...] about SEO Over Optimization Penalty : The Axe Hangs but over whom ?