Path Of Exile sounds like something you’d find on a demon’s GPS. “Go straight for 666m, turn right at Pentagram Lane. You have reached your destination, have a horrible existence.” I checked and it’s not on Google Maps, so the real world is safe. It is, of course, a game. An action RPG that people angry at Diablo III and all clicked out at Torchlight 2 have been waiting for. It is also going to be free, which both of those are not. Next week it’ll head into open beta, and to prepare you a new trailer has been released. Are you going to go down the Path Of Exile, or are you going to join me of the Path Of Welcoming Craig With Cake And Bundaberg Ginger Beer?
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Posts Tagged ‘Google Maps of Evil’
By Craig Pearson on January 16th, 2013.
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- JackShandy : “Your friend could go through that intricate series of actions to play the game for free, oooooor they could just pirate the game. If people ...” on Unlearning To Share: The Industry’s Hatred Of Generosity
- MaXimillion : “The Ship and Nuclear Dawn both gave away giftable copies to anyone owning the game at one point.” on Unlearning To Share: The Industry’s Hatred Of Generosity
- Grape Flavor : “Someone did something illegal and they actually got sued for it? Terrible! What has the legal system come to, enforcing the laws on the books? ...” on Unlearning To Share: The Industry’s Hatred Of Generosity
- nil : “Since justification, rights, and worth are all subjective at most, and socially constructed at least, I guess I can't entirely disagree. But the enforcability of ...” on Unlearning To Share: The Industry’s Hatred Of Generosity
- Emeraude : “And what about the rights of the content producer to protect/control distribution of their product? Not the right, the privilege granted by the social body ...” on Unlearning To Share: The Industry’s Hatred Of Generosity