Welcome to episode 210 of Beyond The Veil: The Secret World! It’s all about the achievements! And favorite dungeons and bosses. And a whole bunch more….. For all that and more, make sure you download and listen to the entire episode.
Welcome to episode 209 of Beyond The Veil: The Secret World! In second episode of 2017 we discuss our wish list for the game’s expansions in terms of comics, official guides and such. We also discuss if keeping the news and spoilers to oneself is good for business. For all that and more, make sure you download and listen to the entire episode.
Welcome to episode 208 of Beyond The Veil: The Secret World! In the first episode of 2017, we continue to talk about the players feedback on reviewing 2016 in The Secret World. Not only that, we take on Super Hel one last time for the season, as well as give away shinies. For all that and more, make sure you download and listen to the entire episode.
Welcome to episode 207 of Beyond The Veil: The Secret World. In the last podcast episode for 2016, we take a look back at what 2016 meant for The Secret World, Funcom and what it brought us. Not only that, we fire off a whole bunch of gift bags and close the 2016 with a bang! Thank you all so very much for listening to our podcast! May the New 2017 bring you and yours nothing but the very best! See you on January 5th, 2017. <3
Welcome to episode 201 of Beyond The Veil: The Secret World, where we look forward to this year’s Samhain (aka Halloween Event), as well as Extra Life Event set for the beginning of November. We also cover NITE TEAM 4, The Secret Buzz and Hide and Shriek game set to be released in time for Halloween. For all that and more make sure you download and listen to entire episode.
Rejoice end-gamers of The Secret World! Group content you have been hungry for since Issue 4 released way back in November of 2012 (known as The New York Raid) is finally set to be released this week. Yes I know, […]
I had a different article typed up and ready to go for today. I’d planned on discussing my view that it’s healthy to have opinions about the things you enjoy – including criticism. In short, feeling that a game/book/movie could be improved if only [thing] does not automatically mean you hate the game/book/movie, and I get tired of folks being so quick to jump all over each other based on that faulty assumption. I still might talk about that either here or on my personal blog, but I’ve gotten distracted enough with E3 news to type up something a bit different.