Maer

Nov 132012
 

 

Photo-Receptor Focus on: TOR Former/Current Subscribers

By Maer

In two days, on November 15, 2012, the SWTOR Free-to-Play model goes active. That’s good news for those who want to try the game for free. However, there are also some perks for those who are or who used to be subscribers. There are two important dates for those players. The first date is, of course, November 15th. And the second one is December 20th. Why are these dates important? Because they both involve free Cartel Coins.

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Oct 302012
 

 

Photo-Receptor Focus on: The Cartel Market

By Maer

If you haven’t been on the test server yet, I highly encourage you to do that. Bioware needs to hear from the player base. Let them know what you like and don’t like and report bugs. On my recent trip to the PTS, I played around with the Cartel Market. Today I’ll discuss my reaction to what could be a good idea.

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Oct 232012
 

 

Photo-Receptor Focus on: Free-to-Play

By Maer

So, it’s old news that SWTOR is going free-to-play. However, Bioware released a lot of new info this last week, with more details. Some of their choices in just how this will work are great and others are – well, interesting. Today, I’ll chat about a few things that caught my attention.

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Oct 162012
 

Photo-Receptor Focus on: Terror from Beyond

By Maer

Yay! I got to see the new Operation, Terror from Beyond, with my new sixteen-man raid team. First impressions are very favorable and best of all? I got to see color! There’s a very cool effect partway in that I thought was very clever.

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Oct 022012
 

 

Photo-Receptor Focus on Patch 1.4

By Maer

The long-awaited patch has finally come and brings with it the new Operation “Terror From Beyond”, some class changes and “Quality of Life” improvements. Some of the new changes are great, some only so-so and others are just unwelcome. Other changes that should have happened…well, didn’t.

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