Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:13pm 08/06/18 | 0 Comments
In that by changing all menu navigation, including frame customisation and foundry stuff, to rely almost entirely on a Virtual Mouse - well, seasoned players found themselves wrestling with a much slower system. And getting frustrated. One such, player, Our very own Adrian Haas - who has put together a piece on the changes, and well, why they don't work. Yet.
And that's yet because the developmes have already hot-fixed and re-added a few key things - like shortcut buttons. You know, the essentials.
In some areas of the game the new control scheme has become slow and painful to use. And it's especially unintuitive when it comes to modding weapons and frames. In the previous iteration of this interface you would simply click on a mod, then click the slot where you wanted it placed. Now you have to drag the cursor with the left stick to your mod, then hold A and simultaneously drag it to it's desired slot for placement. Talk about awkward. It feels like the idea came from that one person, who obviously doesn’t exist, that pauses a heated game of StarCraft to plug in an Xbox One controller so he can select units and micromanage ability use with an analogue stick and a couple of buttons.
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:07pm 05/06/18 | 0 Comments
On PC, with consoles to follow at a later date. Warframe players will be well aware that the The Second Dream and The War Within quest-lines found in Warframe offered up some of the most richly detailed stories found in the universe. Also, they know that thanks to Chains of Harrow, and the Apostasy Prologue, things were left a little up in the air.
With the fate of a key character still hanging in the balance. Launching this month, the following teaser does well to set the scene while paying tribute some of the most dedicated players.
Also, be sure to head to the official site for to enter promo code "OLDFRIEND" to get a free Orokin Tea Set Decoration for your Orbiter and a 3-Day Affinity Booster.
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:02pm 18/04/18 | 0 Comments
Zephyr Prime is the latest Prime warframe to be released and as with most Prime variants boasts enhanced stats; higher armor, a larger energy pool and (slightly) faster sprint speed. Plus, some additional mod possibilities. The Prime release follows a recent rework of Zephyr's abilities too.
Like the impressive visual spectacle that is Tornado.
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:16pm 28/02/18 | 0 Comments
At AusGamers we only recently got into Warframe, and we're glad we did. As fans of shooters, third-person combat, action-RPGs, and all-things sci-fi it's the perfect go-to game. And as a follow-up to the Earth-based open world expansion Plains of Eidolon that was released in 2017, the team is hard at work on a new open-world expansion set on Venus.
And just like the Plains of Eidolon environment the look and feel of the terrain will be completely new. With this new rendition of Venus set to showcase a stylish terraformed version of the planet. Early concept art looks, well, amazing.
Apparently that third image is an actual screenshot that has been painted over. Very cool.
In addition to this the stream covered a wide-range of topics from new capture tools, a sneak peak at Hydroid Prime, Octavia Deluxe (swoon), plus a bunch of topics near and dear to the community. Head here for a breakdown of the latest Warframe Devstream - or watch it right here!
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:36pm 22/02/18 | 8 Comments
Warframe has been around for a few years now, and the fast-paced third person online action title has only grown from strength to strength during that time. So much so that as a free-to-play game it offers an almost embarrassment of gameplay riches. Especially for anyone who's after deep and rewarding action-RPG set in an expansive and detailed sci-fi world.
And so we bring you 10 reasons that you should be playing. Where Tenno in the headline represents the race of ancient warriors and who you are in Warframe. Also, Tenno is a play on the number 10. Which is one less than 11. Reasons to play Warframe that is.