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How expansion Heart of Thorns begins an endgame revolution.
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Dedicated, professional and putting in upwards of 25 hours a week, Enigma's a tribe without a home.
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Quintin makes a foray into the maddest, meanest feature of Guild Wars 2.
"I'm talking to you with very little sleep right now."
Do you know which you should play? Don't make our mistake.
Rob Florence reflects on days where you spring to life in a place that's been built for you to discover.
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Bramwell and Bertie brave the barrage.
To Seattle and back again: what it's like on the inside.
MMO, MMO, I talk like a cow.
PVP tested and dungeons discussed.
ArenaNet is ready to take MMOs forward.
10 contenders from the Earls Court show floor.
Designer Colin Johanson takes us inside ArenaNet.
"This is the most ambitious online world being developed in the industry."
A question of questing.
First details of NCsoft's new fantasy.
ArenaNet's Jeff Strain on the future of Guild Wars.
ArenaNet and NCsoft talk Guild Wars 2.