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  1. Its been requested that I create a new, more up to date thread. As per the title, Phantasy Star Online 2 is being released as a F2P title in the West for the first time (almost a decade after its original release). So far there's only plans for a US release on Windows 10 and XBox One. This weekend SEGA/Microsoft are running a closed beta via the XBox Insider program for XBox One, with the final release scheduled for Spring 2020. Thankfully the fact it's US only won't stop people from being able to sign up and SEGA have said themselves that
  2. Having this debate with some friends over the weekend and I really got stumped by how much I'd pay on a free-to-play game before I questioned myself. For example, I've played a lot of Hearthstone and whereas forking out for individual card pack is not something I've done, I've paid at least 2 x £50 for the launch packs of different seasons. I've had my money worth sure, and don't feel too bad about it although now I'm playing less and less, I'd be more reluctant (and in turn, haven't) to spend the same amount on the next lot. The value of £50 seems more now I'm playing it less, an
  3. Olé is a free to play soccer game exploring dribble and goal Play Ole free visiting: http://goo.gl/Z6njf is the short URL google link which allows us the visiting control Summary: The adrenaline pumping as you run across the field, the ball at your feet. You dribble the first opponent with style, see the second moving in, overtake him and then you do a 360º to surpass the third. You run to face the goalkeeper, the last barrier between you and victory. You calculate the kick and the ball hits the net: it’s a goal! That's the magic of Olé, the new game from Olympya Software. Learn more about th
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