Join me on Episode 6 of the Game Case Show for my week in WoW, talk about the release of the WoW Token, some tips on enjoying LFR, and to learn how I’ve been making gold in game.
In a recent podcast I discussed a few tips and resources for beginning players, you can find that podcast here: http://thegamecase.com/podcast/episode5/
First and foremost as a new player you’ll need a site to find information about quests, how to complete them and where to find items, NPCs (non playable characters), mounts, and all sorts of other information from how to use specific talents to how to how to optimize gear and enchants. Read more
Join me on Episode 5 of The Game Case Show for my week in WoW, some great news for Cuddles, April Fool’s Jokes, how to cure your LFR Blues and some tips for those new to Warcraft.
April Fool’s Jokes:
T.I.N.D.R. for Followers: http://us.battle.net/wow/en/blog/18486737/new-garrison-feature-tindr-for-followers-3-27-2015
Patch note funnies: http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/16858965991
Join me on Episode 4 of The Game Case Show where I talk about WoW token news, my week in WoW, and what it’s like boosting a 90!
Mick Montgomery @MickMontgomery
The Starting Zone: thestartingzone.com
Another Notch Gaming: twitch.tv/anothernotch
In this episode of The Game Case Show I discuss some news from the blues, and run down some tips for beginner pet battlers!
Pet Tracker – Will show you where to collect and where rares spawn on the map, shows on large map not minimap
Re-Match – For defeating legendary pets it will save teams for you so that you can pre-make teams and then set it up. It will show teams that you have fought with and let you bring up a team as well.
With Blizzcon now officially announced, fanboys the world over are making plans. Is this your first time at a Blizzcon? Or at any con? Check out this short episode for some concise tips on what you should be doing now to prepare for November, and even before that for April 15th. What did I miss? Any tips that I should share in later episodes please share here or to the show twitter!
Official Site: http://us.battle.net/blizzcon/en/
Ticket Info: http://us.battle.net/blizzcon/en/event-info/tickets/ticket-overview
Beta’s provide an opportunity for developers to leverage the community to help them polish the rough edges off their game, and deliver a better end product. Games from Halo, to Minecraft, to Blizzard’s Heroes of the Storm have all taken advantage of this medium to assist in their final stages of development. A beta is generally either closed or open to the public. A developer will decide whether to allow a massive influx of people or invite a select few to take part and give feedback. For most games a beta invite is a privilege or a lucky draw. You’re either a valued member of the community or simply one of a group randomly selected to participate. The amount of commitment for feedback varies between beta opportunities as does the breath of the experience. You may have access to just one map, or you may have access to an entire game. For the developer, they’re able to perform a much more thorough quality assurance process. This also allows for the gathering of focus group type data from a wide scope of users. For players, we get to be a part of the process. Get to see a game just a little bit before everyone else, and get to provide feedback on what we would like to see in the game. In short, a beta benefits both sides of the transaction.
While charging for access to a traditional retail game’s beta is the norm, charging for access to a free to play game is not. Blizzard’s Heroes of the Storm (HotS), is charging players for access to the beta. Some may claim that the HotS “Founders Pack” ($39.99) is not paying for access to the beta. The argument being that you get in-game items that don’t come with a beta key. Read more
Episode 2 of the Game Case Show has me joined by LeBlue, co-host of the Monk Meditation Podcast as we dive deep into how to play a Brew Master Monk, talk a little about 6.1 and reveal the talent that you need to take off your tool bar! This is a longer than normal episode, but full of amazing content.
Monk Meditation: http://MonkMeditation.com
All Monk Raid Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrx5Jk1iLUk
Peak of Serenity IRC: http://irc.lc/coldfront/PeakOfSerenity/
Chi Burst: http://chiburst.com/
Casual 2 Raider Podcast: http://casual2raider.wordpress.com/
Join me for episode 1 of The Game Case show. Plenty of News from the Blues this week, and some big changes for me in my own WoW time!