Aaron’s back from San Jose. We just started a bounty event today. Jeff played it way too much with his too much just had my wisdom teeth pulled time. Now, we discuss is it worth it or is it not worth it to grind the bounty events?
The extensional crisis has begun. We’ve been digging deeper and deeper into the forums. People spend way too much time on this game. Way too much. And way too much money. Jeff is spiraling on these issues. Aaron is handing him a paper bag to relax. Here is the forum post from today that has the guys talking. We also talk about the customized offers within the game. Here are two screen captures of the offer Jeff got and one of the
PVP is the focus of this rant. Here Hunters has a lot of strengths. Its a fun game that we both play. #HeroHunters has a lot of people that are yearning for change within the game too. We hit a lot of topics in about 30mn.
We got it together again for another episode. This one is brief as we try to come to grips with the current Morlock feature event(s).
Hothead games is back at it with a new Hero and a new update. The layout is cleaner. We no longer care about UAF and we are now completely locked in and focused on the Morlocks. The update added a new hero Ifrit. That brings the Morlock faction to 7. Maven, Razorback, Ghoul, Callidus, Phoenix and Heimlock have a new leader (strength-wise) in Ifrit. We start by breaking down Maven and Razorback in this episode.
Aaron and Jeff are geeking out over Zencastr, podcasting and have settled in on the new topic of Hero Hunters. The MMORPG for iOS and Android. We talk about most of the basics of the game. Just a surface level introduction with subsequent podcasts delving into the nuances of the game and our personal tactical approaches. We were going to add a lot of text and images to this podcast post but instead I’ll make a