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Jul 30, 2016 Newsletter

General -  Newsletter

In Issue 547 of the MMORPG.com Newsletter, we look at Eternal Chaos Online and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Jul 30, 2016 by Michael Bitton

PSST, Pirate101 has a Secret…

Pirate101 -  Column

Pirate101 has posted a Falmea Friday post on their official message boards last Friday which was cheered by many pirates in the spiral. Why do you ask? It had cryptic messages of new things to come soon.Posted Jul 30, 2016 by Kelsey Fireheart

Littered with Too Many Issues to Become a Browser Star

Eternal Chaos Online -  Review

Browser-based visual stunner or automated, poorly translated flop? We take a crack at Eternal Chaos, PlayWebGames brand new release, and see if this free-to-play game is worth opening your browser for. Posted Jul 29, 2016 by Tiffany Bechdel

The Returning Warcrafter: A Legion Shortlist

World of Warcraft -  Editorial

After spending months playing the Legion beta, columnist Gareth Harmer talks about his experience returning to the live game.Posted Jul 29, 2016 by Gareth Harmer

Steelseries Siberia 800: Maintains the Gold Standard for Gaming Headsets

General -  Hardware Review

Steelseries has recently rebranded their flagship headset, the H800, as the Siberia 800. We sent Chris in to see just what a set of flagship Steelseries headphones really sounds like. The good news is they’re nothing short of amazing. The bad: Chris refuses to take it off, even for family pictures. Read on for the full review! Posted Jul 29, 2016 by Christopher Coke

Finding the RPG in Elder Scrolls Legends

General -  Column

The NDA for The Elder Scrolls Legends has officially dropped, which means we can finally share our thoughts. So far on the site, we’ve had an excellent preview article and video preview from Mike Bitton and TheHiveLeader. We tasked Chris with looking at the game from an RPG player’s perspective and see what the game offers to Elder Scrolls fans who may not be sold on the CCG concept. Or, dare we suggest it, think the game is a Hearthstone clone.Posted Jul 29, 2016 by Christopher Coke

Book of Demons: Return to Classic Games with ThingTrunk’s Latest

General -  Preview

Return 2 Games (Return2Games.com) is a new initiative by Polish developer ThingTrunk. Essentially, these guys are trying to reimaging classic games for a new audience, while paying homage and tweaking the design to make it their own. The first target is one of Blizzard’s greatest triumphs. But let’s call it… The Book of Demons.Posted Jul 28, 2016 by William Murphy

Release 32: Le Finale Wipe

Shroud of the Avatar -  Column

Red Thomas makes a trip to Austin in order to get the details on Shroud of the Avatar’s 32nd release, and final wipe. The trip had absolutely nothing to do with the opportunity to capture wild and exotic Pokémon. Nope. Not at all.Posted Jul 28, 2016 by Red Thomas

Bringing MMOs & Survival Shooters Together

Escape from Tarkov -  Interview

Escape from Tarkov coming to us from Battlestate Games has captivated many folks looking for a realistic survival shooter. Set in the fictional Russian city of Tarkov, the game pits an international corporation against the host nation. We had an opportunity to speak with Project Lead Nikita Buyanov about EoT to learn more.Posted Jul 28, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

The Sizzling Summer Update

Wizard101 -  Column

After getting a few teases about it on last month's KI Live, Wizard101's summer update is finally ready to be tested by players in the test realm. The test servers first opened up last Wednesday and players flooded it to see just what all the hype was about. Although the summer update didn't give access to any new locations, it did polish things up nicely and fulfilled some longtime player wishes. Posted Jul 27, 2016 by Vanessa Mythdust

In Albion Online, Everybody Matters! (SPONSORED)
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Albion Online -  Developer Journal

In Albion Online, stories are written by the players and their actions influence the world. They can choose whatever they want to be - be it an adventurer, an industrious gatherer, a reckless outlaw or a masterful crafter. No matter what you want to do, you can and will find your own place in Albion’s vast world.Posted Jul 27, 2016

The Deepest Dungeon

Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward -  Column

Rob’s back this week with exciting news about Deep Dungeon, a Free Login Campaign, and a pop culture crossover.Posted Jul 27, 2016 by Robert Lashley

The Elder Scrolls Legends: I Used to Be a Hearthstone Player Like You

General -  Preview

The Elder Scrolls Legends wanders out of hiding today, as the NDA is dropped. We've been playing the closed beta, and our own Mike Bitton has more than a few positive things to say about the new CCG.Posted Jul 27, 2016 by Michael Bitton

Chaos And Revenge: Our Preview Of the Newest Update

Guild Wars 2 -  Preview

Today marks the launch of Out of the Shadows, the first Living World story episode since Heart of Thorns launched. Our own Jason Winter went hands on and came back with this report...Posted Jul 26, 2016 by Jason Winter

Is the Living World Harming Rather Than Helping?

Guild Wars 2 -  Column

Guild Wars 2’s Living World Season 3 is right around the corner and in this week's column, it would be rude not to discuss such an arrival. With Season 2 having begun on July 1, 2014 and culminating in the launch of Heart of Thorns, it’s with relief that Season 3 is finally on the horizon. For all the things that I loved about Season 2 and Heart of Thorns, its climax was particularly weak and yet I enjoyed most things leading up to it.Posted Jul 24, 2016 by Lewis Burnell

Making the Move to PS4

Trove -  Interview

Trion’s voxel MMO Trove has been a huge success on the PC. Now the team is working on the port to consoles and giving players an even bigger world to enjoy. We sat down with Andrew Krausnick to go over what it is like to transfer an MMO to the PS4. Andrew also gave us some insight on the game’s upcoming content, so jump in and read as we continue our Trove coverage with their big move!Posted Jul 22, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Be Honest, You Don’t Finish Your Games

General -  Column

For the last couple of years, I’ve been fascinated at how few players actually complete their games. It all started when I read this IGN write-up of a GDC talk where the narrative and design leads from Microsoft and Riot revealed that, at most, half of the games they examined were finished.Posted Jul 22, 2016 by Christopher Coke

Roaming Tamriel in Style with Shadows of the Hist

Elder Scrolls Online -  Interview

When the next DLC for Elder Scrolls Online launches, Shadows of the Hist will bring with it a brand new Style Parlor to tweak and adjust your characters’ looks, as well as a whole new dye system for your normal armor and the outfits you’ve collected over time in ESO. We chatted with the team at Zenimax Online Studios about the additions and what they mean for every player of Elder Scrolls Online.Posted Jul 22, 2016 by William Murphy

Not Exactly Par for the Course

Winning Putt -  Review

Bandai Namco and Webzen are out to capture an often overlooked segment of the gaming community, namely sports fans of the more cerebral type who enjoy a round of golf – only this time, of the virtual sort. Winning Putt is hardly the only golf game on the market, but it is a title that not only appeals to sports fans, but it also brings some interesting mechanics to the genre in its MMO and RPG features, though at a cost, and a high one too. Posted Jul 22, 2016 by Suzie Ford

The Store and the War

Chronicles of Elyria -  Column

This is a hard one. This week I’m going to talk about the pink and purple polka dotted elephant in the room that is the Chronicles of Elyria (COE) storefront. If you read the latest COE update from Soulbound Studios owner/leader Jeromy Walsh then you might be thinking “I thought the Elephant in the room was the website”. I think the elephant is the storefront and I’ll explain why but before I get into that I want to explain something else.Posted Jul 22, 2016 by Tim Eisen

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