After playing a game for a solid year, how could Guild Wars feel new again? Issue #15 explains. The February Open Beta might have been late, but it was worth the wait. Old Ascalon was simply amazing. Why was that? Check out Issue #15 to see!
On 2/1/2005, Issue #14 was released. Love and affection wasn’t reserved for just Valentine’s Day, as this issue was something to adore. Sporting the new Macromedia Flash Paper format, and an exclusive interview with Gaile Gray, Issue #14 was just so lovable.
The Guildmaster of The Crusaders has been accused of sexual harassment. In this exclusive interview, we have a first hand account of the alleged incident. Joining us today is a Monk Henchman, who was in the service of The Crusaders.
On January 1, 2005 – quite possibly the worst edition of Photics was released. It was a last minute entry, with an experimental design. Using Macromedia Flash, issue #13 was more of a movie than a publication. It was an attempt to break away from Adobe Acrobat PDF format. If anything, this issue did bring forth change. The Photics magazine switched to Macromedia Flash paper after Issue #13.
Issue #12 of Photics (Guild Wars Edition) was released on December 1, 2004. This issue was a little different than usual. Issue #12 something of a Guild Wars Adventure story. If you are familiar with the Lore of Ascalon, the journey should be quite entertaining and familiar. If you are new to the story, it might just enlighten you to the plight of Ascalon. This issue contains lovely screenshots from the November Beta Event.