This week on Wildstar Radio:
The Crew discusses our continuing excitement about the recent Arkship event, and Carbine’s Wildstar Uplink article about what an awesome time it was go to Arkship. Did we mention that we loved going to Arkship? We loved going to Arkship. In the same uplink they ask a new question: What annoys you about PvP? If it’s still open – go to Twitter and use hashtag #WSuplink to weigh in!
Over at our favorite non-Wildstar Radio site, Wildstar-Central.com, they have some great discussions going on about crafting. We take up this popular topic and add our technological distinctiveness to their own.
After that, you may hear us talking about something called the Bartle Test. If you haven’t taken it, and you play video games (especially MMOs), you should find a site that offers it and take it. We all found the results both telling and surprising, at the same time. Like a nice little puzzle wrapped up in an enigma, but tied with a bow of familiarity. Or something like that.
With all of that heavy, intellectually-challenging stuff, wouldn’t you just like to kick back, have a few drinks, and party with the folks at Carbine? Maybe while also hanging with the folks from Curse and also getting some time to play Wildstar? Well, if you’re going to be at PAX East, you can.
PVP Details may be scant and under close NDA, but that doesn’t stop us from talking about everything we’re allowed to talk about. There’s so much we don’t know, but what we do know makes us extremely excited about PvP and eager to speculate.
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