|Category||Cars & Vehicles||
|Title||which the developer sees a way of honoring|
|Description||Dash QuickchargerYour Taitan's dash system recharges at a faster rate, allowing you to dash more frequently.Nuclear EjectionAfter you eject, your Titan briefly charges and then detonates its nuclear core, dealing massive amounts of damage to all nearby enemies.Big PunchYour Titan's melee attack power is significantly increased, inflicting greater damage than normal, and knocking enemies back further.Core ExtenderThe Core Extender allows any Titan's Core Ability to remain active for an extended period of time.Core AcceleratorThe Core Accelerator makes your Titan's Core Ability charge more quickly.SurvivorYour Titan will lose health at a slower rate when doomed, allowing you to fight longer before having to abandon the Titan.Here's Why Runescape Level 90 Boosts Cost $60. Warlords of Draenor, the upcoming fifth expansion for Runescape, will be giving fans of the MMO something unique. Along with a swath of new dialogue options and quests to explore, the $60 chunk of content will include a single boost that will push a character to the level-90 cap. Instead of dumping hundreds of hours into making a fully loaded combatant, Blizzard is experimenting with offering its fans another way to reach the finish line.However, any additional level boosts will cost subscribers $60 a pop, which seems pretty outlandish for what's essentially a glorified microtransaction. Runescape gamer recently spoke to Runescape lead encounter Cheap RS Gold designer Ion Hazzikostas about the gutsy move, which the developer sees a way of honoring of the leveling system.In terms of the pricing, honestly a big part of that is not wanting to devalue the accomplishment of leveling, Hazzikostas said. If our goal here was to sell as many boosts as possible, we could halve the price or more than that - make it $10 or something. And then hardly anyone would ever level a character again.But leveling is something that takes dozens if not over 100 hours in many cases and people have put serious time and effort into that, and we don't want to diminish that. I am not an economist, I'm not the one setting the dollar value myself, but it's not the profit maximizing price. That was not our aim here.The big test, though, will be to see if anyone actually buys one.Infamous: Second Son TV Spot Might Just Make You Sick. March is going to be quite the month for next-generation Runescape games. Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes and Titanfall will brighten the day of anyone who's already dropped the cash on the latest pieces of gaming hardware, but there's just something about Infamous: Second Son that screams, next-generation showpiece. Luckily for Sucker Punch, Sony is putting its lofty marketing bucks behind the PlayStation 4 exclusive, launching a new television campaign that showcases just what Runescape players will be doing when they get their hands on Delsin's powers.|
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