|This week is a sober episode, as Joe is out taking care of his poor, sick family, and Drew and Carla don’t mention TSW even once. What they do mention is getting rid of endgame blues, what the Lopp says, pros and cons of life on Nexus, and more!|
A new post was put on the Wildstar website today, and it is one that promises lots of future information. It is starting a series of videos called DevSpeak. We saw the first one a few weeks ago on Housing, and today they put one up on Movement.
As is usual, they started with a few frames of their Easter Egged disclaimers. They were, as usual, hilarious. Particularly funny is the URL they told people to go to in the last frame of the disclaimer, which you can actually follow. As a reminder it is dft dot ba slash dash, and then the first word of each of the first three paragraphs of the M30 patch notes post. So a little something like this dft.ba/-leaksthissure. I kid you not, this was the actual link mentioned, and it was their prank, not mine.
Also mentioned in the video are “serious” things like their different kinds of movement. They mentioned the usual WASD, mouse turning, and jumping. They then added double jump, rolling, and sprint, which by the way can be used while jumping. Jumping puzzles will be so much more fun with so many options!
In short, go and check out the video. It is pretty funny, informative, and exciting all at the same time.
There certainly was a lot of talk about this week – Hosts Carla, Drew, and Joe had their hands full with the last tidbits from Arkship EU 2013 and a slough of interviews to pour over across the Interwebs. In all of that, they still manage to yuck it up with some discussion about Chad “Pappy” Moore and the WildStar Central thread wherein photoshoppers (and paint-ers) turned his likeness into everything from a green monster to a princess. Plus, new music from Matthew Shine! We might have mentioned something about this Crimson Isle place too… and the pig roast that will make this place a must-visit vacation vista! Some rumored opportunity for mystery and adventure may draw people there too, but it’s mostly the pig roast. Bullet list with links after the break.