Archived News From September 2007

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HeavenGames: A New Identity
Posted by CrystalCrown on September 22nd, 2007 @ 6:12 a.m.
Source: The HG Blog

After considerable deliberation, the owners have decided that one major inhibiting factor for HeavenGames’ prosperity is the simple fact that it doesn’t have a clearly defined identity. It has always been a site about games, but that is far too vague for the development of any clear goals and the effective marketing of the site.

We have thus discussed the issue with our staff and decided that we should make HeavenGames a site entirely geared towards community. At its core, HeavenGames always has been about building the best communities possible, so it only makes sense that we devote all of our resources to that service...(Read more!)
Legion Clan's World Clan League VI Tournament Enters Final Stage
Posted by Steve on September 18th, 2007 @ 3:07 a.m.
With $10,000 total in prizes, the Legion Clan's World Clan League VI tournament enters the final stage, with the top four clans playing each other in a round-robin group (bracket here).

It shouldn't come as a surprise that the top four teams are Legion, Sun, DnB, and PoZ, each with very strong players.

Many of the recorded games from the tournament were very well played, and the final stage of the tournament will provide even more excitement. Go download the recorded games now!
Cutscene Contest!
Posted by newIdea on September 13th, 2007 @ 5:47 p.m.
It's back! After having a very successful run last time, Mashek's Cut-scene Contest is in full swing and already has quite a few people signed up. Last year we were graced with Crasher's Immortal Prey Prologue, "Eye Of The Beholder." Hopefully we'll get an entry this year that give Crasher a run for his money.

Be sure to check out the Cut-scene Contest 2007 thread or feel free to look at last year's entries.