Elder Scrolls Online Questions Answered
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ZeniMax Online Studios has posted the results of a new Q&A answering fan questions about the upcoming MMO adaptation of Bethesda's Elder Scrolls universe. The developer answered questions on a variety of topics related to The Elder Scrolls Online.
Are many changes being made to Skyrim to make it differ or stand out from the Skyrim we have recently come to know and love? If so, could you detail some of these changes? – By Brandon DonioClick on the link below to read more.
Elder Scrolls Online Q&A
The Elder Scrolls Online is set 1,000 years earlier than Skyrim, so you may notice that some of the ancient Nord ruins are a little less worn and weathered than in Skyrim’s time. You’ll also find towns, like Nimalten in the Rift, that are gone and nearly forgotten by Skyrim’s Fourth Era, but are alive and thriving in ESO’s Second Era.
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Help The Goodfolks At Mac Game Store
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Hammerware's Goodfolks is available now from Mac Game Store. The village building sim challenges players to revitalize a desolate village by carefully managing the land and its livestock. The game includes board game inspired mechanics, 8 distinctive characters, and many breeds of livestock.
Will you accept the challenge of bringing a desolate village back to life? Good folks are coming to this village looking for a nice place to live and work. Goodfolks is available now for $9.99 (USD).
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You will build fields, orchards, and corrals for livestock. Cook meals with ingredients you harvested, milked, or caught. Fed folks well to keep everyone happy. Collect all breeds and restore ruined objects!
- 3D environment with an easy and fluid navigation
- Boardgame-inspired game mechanics
- Time-management gameplay
- 8 distinctive characters
- Many breeds of livestock: hens, sheep, cows, horses, pigs>
- Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
- 1 GHz Intel Mac
- 512 MB RAM
- 100 MB HD Space
- 128 MB VRAM
- Video (ATI): ATI Radeon X1300
- Video (NVIDIA): NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS
- Video (INTEL): Intel GMA X3100
Jane's Hotel Mania Comes To MGS
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Mac Game Store recently added Realore Studios' Jane's Hotel Mania to its growing list of game titles available for download and purchase. The latest installment in the Jane's Hotel series tasks players with helping Jane's niece become a world class hotel manager. The game features 40 levels to conquer, 8 mini-games, new guests, and new upgrades.
Our business lady Jane comes back again! In this challenging sequel to such well-known hits as Jane's Hotel and Jane's Hotel: Family Hero you are to help Jane's niece Jenny polish her hotel management skills. Travel all over the world together with Jenny, visit Scotland, Egypt, Monaco and Russia to become a real hotel magnate! 40 challenging time management levels and 8 exciting mini games are sure to make your journey unforgettable! Try to complete the levels with the highest score to build your own grand mansion!Jane's Hotel Mania is available now for $6.99 (USD).
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Jane's Hotel Mania has a lot in store for you: interesting story line, lots of new guests, cool mini games, numerous upgrades and much more! Play Jane's Hotel Mania now, explore the latest trends in hotel business together with Jane and Jenny, become a real hotel king!
- 4 episodes in Scotland, Egypt, Monaco and Russia
- 40 time management levels
- 8 challenging mini-games
- New guests and upgrades
- Fascinating graphics
- Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
- Intel Mac
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More About The Lore Of StarCraft II
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Blizzard Entertainment has posted the sixth round of its Ask Creative Development Q&A series for StarCraft II. The answers focus on the lore of the popular sci-fi real time strategy game, giving fans insight into the storyline behind the frenzied combat.
Question: Are you planning to extend or add to the Tal'darim and their story in the coming expansions? Will they even be present in them?Head over to the link below to read more.
StarCraft 2 Lore Q&A
Answer: Oh, you'll be hearing from the Tal'darim. An interesting note about them: I've seen people reference the fact that they are the Protoss who fell victim to Ulrezaj on Aiur. But no one has pointed out that the Tal'darim in Wings seem to have been around for a long time—much longer than the refugees on Aiur.
The Tal'darim in the Dark Templar trilogy are actually not a faction; they are a cult of drug-addicted Protoss looking for a cause. But their defining feature is that they chose to leave the community of Protoss on Aiur. So they took their name ("the Forged") from an ancient sect that parted ways with the Aiur Protoss. That ancient sect is the Tal'darim you meet in Wings—a full faction.
We didn't go into the difference in the game because Jim Raynor would not have known about the Tal'darim in the Dark Templar trilogy, and so would not have been discussing them. Also, many players would not be aware of that group either.
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