Lord of the Rings Online (LOTRO) has existed for thirteen years and has added a new expansion and endgame content in the past year starting with Minas Morgal in the fall of 2019 and an endgame raid called Remmorchant in March 2020. Some things have changed with these recent additions, but much of the underlying content remains the same. There is talk of changes, but any game that wants to last over a decade has to do some. The core of the game remains the same and the story stays true to Middle Earth.
On June 30th, 2020, new content was added to the Lord of the Rings Online game, which continues the story by adding Volume V Book 1. It is the long-awaited wedding of Aragorn, excuse me, King Elessar and Arwen. The story itself does not take that long to play through but I highly suggest you read and pay attention to what is going on the first time through. I will tell you the flow and how to get people for this story, but will leave the full fun of the story conversations for you to read for yourself while playing.
Welcome to the sights and sounds of Grothmar Valley. It is a stereotypical Charr space filled with people, places of wonder, and events to do. Pondering how to present this guide, I decided to describe this zone by areas.
Over the past weekend, I had the chance to play a new action-adventure title called "Waking". At first glance, the visual style and soundscape attracted me to this game. What I found was much deeper than I could have ever imagined. Waking was doing something very different from every game I've ever played in my 42 years of life.
A year ago the action RPG Conqueror's Blade fired it's first trebuchets as it launched into early access. This medieval war simulator brought some fresh dynamics to the genre with troop management, territory control, and some wicked good rock, paper, scissors gameplay.
To say a game is life-changing seems like a gross exaggeration. However, in the case of these two games, we Perfectly Pair today is more of an understatement. I was initially drawn to these games by their stunning visuals and what looked to be a rich story.
There are times when different games suit a certain mood. So when GmaFog just wants to go hit something, find friends for hunts, or fly through the air, Dauntless is her choice in games.
For the past year, I have led a group of houses (The Gaiscioch Alliance) that help new players learn the ropes before sending them off to the big war. There are several key things I've learned along the way that are imperative to your success and enjoyment as a warrior in Conqueror's Blade.
The storyline, images, and style of play are all nicely done. All the country/town settings and relationships are what you would expect of 14th-century culture. I noticed immediately the cultural speech and family relationships are very deferential.
Super Inefficient Golf proved to be a frustratingly fun and distracting game. It takes miniature golf courses to a new level because you are not using a club to move your ball. No, you have to propel it with bombs!
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