There are many tutorials and resources available on the internet that will help you set up a WordPress blog. Here are some of the tutorials I’ve written which you can use to guide you through the process of installing WordPress and setting up your blog: … [Read more...] about How Much Does it Cost to Start a Self-Hosted WordPress Blog?
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Now it looks like the pendulum is about to swing back the other way. Fantasy MMORPG Rift just celebrated a successful launch for their new subscription server (the game originally went free to play in 2013.) Even Korean developed Soul Worker is getting the optional-subscription treatment. Players will be able to buy 30-day silver and gold subs. They can be stacked, and the subs can even be traded in-game. This tradable subscription time is found in a number of MMORPGs, with EVE Online perhaps being the first major game to implement it. Not only do the subscription bonsues benefit paying players, but this system allows free players the ability to purchase premium cash shop items with in-game currency. … [Read more...] about Weekly Raid: How Do You Feel About F2P Games Adding Subscription Options?
While eSports aspirations won't be enough for stragglers like H1Z1 to catch up in popularity to PUBG and Fornite, this event will likely prove a good test case on whether the genre can work as a spectator sport. Fortnite in particular has reached a critical mass previously unimaginable in the video game industry, if it works as an esports then it has the chance to break into the mainstream culture like nothing before. … [Read more...] about The Weekly Raid: Are Battle Royale Games The Future Of Esports?
G-Star, Korea’s marquee gaming trade show kicks off on November 15 in the port city of Buson. While most of the announcements made at G-Star only immediately effect the Korean market, the out sized influence Korea exerts in global PC & mobile gaming market makes the trade show well worth following for gamers across the world. Odds are the games announced this week will eventually find their way to the West, even if does sometimes take several years. … [Read more...] about The Weekly Raid: The Road To G-Star 2018
Korea has always had stiffer gaming regulations than the West. For years, account registration on Korean portals like Nexon or NCsoft required users to enter their Korean Social Security numbers, something alien to those of us who often use throwaway emails, names, and birthdays when registering. … [Read more...] about The Weekly Raid: Korea Makes Account Boosting Criminal, Should The West Follow?