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PC Gamer Digital Edition - Episode 4

Discussion in 'WildStar General' started by Zap-Robo, Oct 19, 2011.

  1. Zap-Robo

    Zap-Robo Administrator • King Cupcake

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    Not had the time to do a full write-up but check out http://store.steampowered.com/app/92505 which has a 360 degree view of the Northern Wilds, along with some image and audio clips on what you are seeing.

    It's a nice little introduction to people perhaps less familiar with the WildStar info out there, and only costs 99 cents right now.
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    Looks neato but I think we've seen plenty of that place. :sleep:

    That digital magazine looks cool though. Didn't know about it. Glad to see WildStar on it.
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    It's actually quite a neat way to get a perspective on a new game - was glad I stumbled across it. The voice commentary is also handy for those people who don't like a wall of text when getting the skinny on features.

    I'd recommend picking it up if you can afford it - feels a lot more dynamic than a series of screenshots or videos (even though it nominally shows less than some of the walkthrough vids here on WSC).
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    Heh, been curious about the PC Gamer Digital thing for a while - this finally gave me the incentive to check it out. The launcher is free and each issue (or episode) is very cheap. The 360° interactive presentation was pretty fun, too.

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