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If you already reached the level cap in MH and are on the look out for the next adventure, 2013 will not disappoint:

All of those seem to be promising title and judging by the blogosphere that surrounds them, they won’t be able to complain about a lack of community. For FFXIV there’s ffxivguide.net and ffxivarrclasses.com which seem to be the best sources of beta information. It’s going to be the first of those games getting released, so it features the most information (and hype). There’s even a site for French FFXIV fans.

Elder Scrolls Online might not make it anymore in 2013 (so technically it doesn’t really belong into this list), but we might see more of its beta this year already. Plus, it’s probably the most anticipated MMORPG in years after the run-away success of Skyrim.

Firefall is in open beta right now. The MMOFPS (think: Tabula Rasa, Defiance) doesn’t quite measure up to the other titles in terms of popularity – but maybe not being a mainstream title can have also some significant advantages when you’re not looking for another WoW clone.

Last but not least, if you are MOBA fan you might be happy that Blizzard has announced Heroes of the Storm. For those who love to know game’s tips&tricks and news please visit http://www.heroesofthestormsource.com/.

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If you’re looking for an excellent guide to help you get started in the game, I suggest you take a look at Killer Guide’s Unofficial Strategy Guide (here’s our review of the guide). By far it’s one of the best guides I’ve come across that delves into leveling, walkthrough and builds. The best part? Free updates!

Nova

nova skill guide

Perhaps one of the youngest heroes on the roster, Nova is teenage hero Sam Alexander. Sam was gifted with the power of an intergalactic peace keeping force known as the Nova Corps. While he wasn’t sure why he was granted the power and the helmet, he’s tried to use it to fight for what’s good and right. Offered membership in the Avengers after his exploits helping to fend of the Phoenix, Nova hasn’t accepted his place on the team yet. If he does, he will be far and away the youngest of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.

There are two, serious build styles for Nova for players that want to jump right into the action and start wrecking stuff. The first is the Nova Cannon. This build focuses almost exclusively on Nova’s long-range damage dealing capacity. Players need to build up his shaped blasts, and increase the amount of damage done by Nova’s energy blast at every opportunity. The goal with this build is to make Nova so deadly that enemies will never have the opportunity to close the distance to find out what a glass cannon Nova really is.

The second build could best be thought of as the Battering Ram. Nova’s melee attacks aren’t too shabby, and his ability to smash right into the heart of a group, or to slam into a big bag and start swinging is a big advantage. Players is able to turn Nova into a guided missile like Wolverine skills, tending to focus on his melee skills, charge damage and speed. While it’s possible to fight from a distance with this build, it will never deal as much damage as charging right in recklessly and laying about with as many energy blast punches as possible.

If you’re looking for an excellent guide to help you get started in the game, I suggest you take a look at Killer Guide’s Unofficial Strategy Guide (here’s our review of the guide). By far it’s one of the best guides I’ve come across that delves into leveling, walkthrough and builds. The best part? Free updates!


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If you’re looking for cutting-edge tips, tricks and proven leveling strategies, I’m recommending my personal favorite: The Unofficial Marvel Heroes Strategy Guide. The guide hosts a handful of information in regards to leveling faster and bringing out each heroes’ potential to the fullest! Professionally written by veteran gamers, this guide is by far the most outstanding reference available to date!

The launch date for Marvel Heroes is just around the corner for those who purchased the Ultimate Founder’s pack available at the website.

With that said and done, Gazillion has updated their website with a femme fatale pack; this pack includes: Black Widow, Jean Grey and Ms. Marvel added to the mix. Each heroine will contain 2 additional costumes to be used in-game that contain additional buffs.

Heroic Trio

Heroic Trio

If you want to play with an all-female roster in Marvel Heroes, pick Storm or Scarlet Witch as your Starter Hero and grab this Premium Pack – with the included in-game currency you can pick up another Starter Hero you missed, and get yourself set up for the release of Emma Frost and Squirrel Girl post-launch.

It’s a great pack to use if you’re aiming of mastering all the heroines in the game!

If you still haven’t played Marvel Heroes yet, I suggest you read my impressions about the game. It’s a really fun game. With each hero you play, you’ll encounter different scenarios, slightly. Each time the experience differs and with an arsenal of fatal females added to the mix, it comes to no surprise they can become the games’ leading ladies in no time!

The pack costs $59.99 and guarantees you early access on May 31st!

If you’re looking for cutting-edge tips, tricks and proven leveling strategies, I’m recommending my personal favorite: The Unofficial Marvel Heroes Strategy Guide. The guide hosts a handful of information in regards to leveling faster and bringing out each heroes’ potential to the fullest! Professionally written by veteran gamers, this guide is by far the most outstanding reference available to date!


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EDIT: The below content is severely out of date. In the meantime, check out this Marvel Heroes e-book from Killer Guides. The guide contains step by step instructions how to efficiently level and master each hero. Other than providing leveling tips, there’s an in-depth analysis (and recommendations) on the game’s best grinding spots and a drill-down on how to get the best crafted equipment in the game. Immensely informative and extremely helpful!

Over the weekend I’m sure many of you got your hands on playing Marvel Heroes beta. It’s been a fun game to play, to be perfectly honest. This is a summary of my experiences with the game.

When starting off the game, I had the option of choosing several characters:

  • Daredevil
  • Hawkeye
  • Scarlet Witch
  • Storm
  • Thing

Marvel Heroes StormI choose Storm as my starting character. At the beginning you started off at the Avenger’s Tower to receive your quests. Your objective is go to S.H.I.E.L.D’s maximum security prison where the in-mates broke out including: Green Goblin, Venom and Living Laser.

Once arriving at the prison, your job was to lockdown the prison and you were instantly greeted (unceremoniously) by Hydra enemies! Left clicking on the mouse initiates basic (lightning) attacks while right clicking gives Storm the ability to push back enemies in a form of a whirlwind, which uses Spirit. Her attacks are great for those who want to keep a fair distance between them and the enemies.

In addition to Storm’s storm-based and lightning attacks, she can also hurl objects at the enemy. You can move your mouse and hover it over a chair or an oil can and throw it. The only downside to it was that you couldn’t move your character while holding the object.

Eventually I changed from Storm and purchased Deadpool, using the 2000Gs that were given to me. This is the only time you’ll receive in-game currency. Left clicking on the mouse initiates Deadpool to run up (close and personal) to the enemy and slice them. However, right clicking allows Deadpool to shoot his enemies from short, mid and long range distances. Most of the time I used his pistols to defeat enemies from afar. The best part was that I just had to hold down the right side of the mouse and the bullets kept on flyin’!

The best thing about Deadpool? His health automatically regens. There’s some equipments that allow Deadpool’s health to regen much faster by 1%. This is quite good since sometimes Medical packs are hard to come by. As an added note, med packs cost only 25 Credits so having a stack of them wouldn’t hurt.

Deadpool

When you’re done with the mission, you fly back to the Avenger’s Tower. It was surprising to see how many ‘heroes’ were gathered in one place. I saw several Captain Americas, Iron Mans, Wolverines, Thors–you name it, they’re there. At the tower you can talk to several characters where you can heal your character, buy gear and even craft!

Missions are repeatable in the game. I found that out by accident when playing chapter 1 again but this time, Deadpool was at a higher level. I was able to get more money and usable loot. Not bad for a starting area. The bosses (Green Goblin and Living Laser) were much easier to defeat.

Overall I really like the overall feel of the beta; nothing seemed too overwhelming and gaining experience was easy. You can lure enemies into a thick mob and unleash AoE skills which wipe them out in one go. Though the game did lag for me every so often but I think that’s due to the volume of players whom are playing at this moment. That’s what I think anyway. Most importantly though, it’s a game where you can come back again until you reach the endgame. That has to be seen! With a roster of 26 characters and counting, returning to the game will yield new experiences and perhaps, making new friends along the way.

Right now the game is up for pre-purchase; as Marvel calls it, “Founder’s Packs”.

Marvel Heroes Packs

By pre-purchasing these packs, you gain access to a variety of goodies to heroes, costumes, XP boosts, you name it. And the best part of the packs is you get up to 2 to 7 days full access to the game before the release date, set on June 4th. If you’re wondering if you need to buy these packs, you really don’t; the game is free-to-play!

EDIT: The above content is severely out of date. In the meantime, check out this Marvel Heroes e-book from Killer Guides. The guide contains step by step instructions how to efficiently level and master each hero. Other than providing leveling tips, there’s an in-depth analysis (and recommendations) on the game’s best grinding spots and a drill-down on how to get the best crafted equipment in the game. Immensely informative and extremely helpful!


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EDIT: Do you want to skip tutorials from the beginning and jump directly into the action? I found the Marvel Heroes strategy book from the online guides company, www.KillerGuides.com The guide is an amazing resource filled with advantageous recommendations for each hero, especially leveling how-tos. The reference helped me hit the level cap in 7 days plus, I was able to adorn all my heroes with stat filled legendary gear. Think this can be you as well? I think so! Head over to this link and get your copy today! 🙂

If you haven’t heard the news yet, Marvel Heroes will have a beta this up coming weekend from April 13 – 14. The beta will be a closed one so information regarding the game will be hush-hush. Release your inner geekery and become one of the few heroes/villains to cause some hurt in this game!

The Punisher

I’ve already signed up for the CBT and I can’t wait to play! I don’t know what types of characters are available in the beta but I’m pretty sure it’ll include some iconic characters for sure. I sure hope Deadpool would be available in the beta. If not, Iron Man it is!

The game is set to be launched on June 4th.

EDIT: Do you want to skip tutorials from the beginning and jump directly into the action? I found the Marvel Heroes strategy book from the online guides company, www.KillerGuides.com The guide is an amazing resource filled with advantageous recommendations for each hero, especially leveling how-tos. The reference helped me hit the level cap in 7 days plus, I was able to adorn all my heroes with stat filled legendary gear. Think this can be you as well? I think so! Head over to this link and get your copy today! 🙂


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