The Gaiscioch Social Gaming Community is proud to announce the release of their second issue of the Gaiscioch Magazine titled From Camelot to Tamriel. This issue is packed with historical stories, information and interviews with game developers who like Gaiscioch, grew with the massively multiplayer online gaming world.
This issue features:
- Interviews from ZeniMax Online President Matt Firor, Trion Worlds CEO Scott Hartsman, and ArenaNet Game Director Colin Johanson about the beginning and the journey to where we are now.
- Game developers can learn about the 10 most overlooked MMO features and why they are important.
- Comprehensive guides to Guild Wars 2 and Elder Scrolls Online as well as some fan fiction and comics.
- Previews of ArcheAge, Wildstar, Witcher 3, and a revisit to Star Trek Online.
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About Gaiscioch Magazine
Gaiscioch Magazine is a fan made, volunteer driven magazine which is digitally distributed quarterly. It is targeted at gamers and developers alike and covers a wide range of topics from gaming to real life. Each issue we feature comprehensive guides, previews, reviews and feature some of the biggest names in gaming with exclusive interviews that look beyond the game and into the life of a game developer.
About the Gaiscioch Social Gaming Community
The Gaiscioch were founded in 2001 in the MMORPG classic Dark Age of Camelot as a social community based upon Irish folklore. Since its inception the Gaiscioch have grown to over 6,700 members in 68 countries. For more than a decade they have devoted their community toward creating a fun and enjoyable environment while using their reach to host public inclusive community events, and real world charity events. With a strong focus on community their endgame goal is to create memories, friendships, and participate in the overall success of the community both in game and out. It is through gaming, and social interaction that we forge new friendships and relationships.
Learn more at: http://www.gaiscioch.com/