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The Series Ends on a Flat Note

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing III -  Review

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing comes to a close in the final episode in the trilogy. While some elements will appeal to fans of the series, others will be troubling. Posted Jul 5, 2015 by Suzie Ford

How to Make Military Shooter MMOs Better

General -  Column

I often wish I could enjoy realistic military shooters like World of Tanks. I have tried them before, and the closest I came to joy was when I was piloting an old aircraft over a massive battlefield... then I was shot down. Because these games are skill-based shooters, it’s often the case that when you die you just stay dead; there’s no room for error. The last time I played World of Tanks I grew so impatient I just logged out. I probably appeared to be the world’s most sore loser.Posted Jul 4, 2015 by Beau Hindman

Tearing Into Terror’s Hoard Card Packs

Wizard101 -  Preview

The latest Hoard Card Pack from Wizard101 is named the Terror’s Hoard Pack, and I tore into them this week. I’m not usually a big customer of the Hoard packs; due to the vile hate the RNG gods apparently feel for me, I don’t usually spend crowns on them. At first I refused to buy them until they changed the name to the Alliance Card Packs. Then I realized it was “Hoard” as in “stash,” not the orcs of Azeroth, so I gave up that idea.Posted Jul 3, 2015 by Christina IceDreamer

Early Access Coming This Summer!

Warhammer 40.000: Eternal Crusade -  Preview

Let's do a quick rundown of what we learned at E3: Early Access is coming, and sooner rather than later, the game engine has been determined and revealed, and while no dates have been established yet, Eternal Crusade will be coming to Xbone and PS4. There are also new screenies and a new trailer coming, but those things are less exciting than the big three, which we will now look at a little closer.Posted Jul 3, 2015 by Terry OBrien

The Witcher 3’s Most Disturbing Quest is Also its Most Moving

General -  Column

This week, Chris shares his experience with the Bloody Baron quest line in The Witcher 3. The quest is disturbing in more ways than one and shows how far the video game medium has come. Plus, Diablo 3 update news, Star Citizen spending big on performance capture and its FPS module, plus news on Shroud of the Avatar and Darksiders II!Posted Jul 3, 2015 by Christopher Coke

The Echo and Heavensward Gating

General -  Column

Victor muses about the Echo, a story element in Final Fantasy XIV that allows Heavensward gating to seem less annoying from a lore standpoint.Posted Jul 3, 2015 by Victor Barreiro Jr.

Time to Team Up and Take on Hordes of Orcs

Orcs Must Die: Unchained -  Interview

This week Orcs Must Die! Unchained brought some big changes to their game. Originally Unchained followed a third person view MOBA format which grew popular with fans of the original. Now as Producer, Chris Rippy and the team continue development they just released a huge PvE patch for the game. Players will be able to enter into co-op play and take on hordes of enemies similar to what made Orcs Must Die so much fun. Posted Jul 2, 2015 by Garrett Fuller

Unikrn - Place Your Bets!

General -  Preview

Every year, we can expect to find some pretty cool things showcased at E3. Popular video game titles, indie titles, new tech in both hardware and software, VR updates, and of course breaking news for PC, consoles, and mobile games. However, this year, we also stumbled upon something we didn’t quite expect, and that was the team running Unikrn. Posted Jul 2, 2015 by Genese Davis

Exploring Endgame

WildStar -  Column

How does WildStar’s endgame experience stack up, now that it’s a year since launch? Armed with a freshly leveled alt, Gareth “Gazimoff” Harmer goes on a mission to find out.Posted Jul 2, 2015 by Gareth Harmer

New Armada System to Benefit Large & Small Fleets

Star Trek Online -  Interview

In between major stories, generally introduced through expansions such as Delta Rising last fall, Cryptic puts out mid-season updates that have been becoming larger and larger over the years. Half-season updates tend to be more on focused on system updates, but occasionally a big feature wends its way into one that gives players something wickedly awesome to both look forward to and to experience once the update goes live.Posted Jul 2, 2015 by Suzie Ford

Heavensward Review in Progress #2

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn -  General

Last week I talked about the lead up to actually being able to set foot into Heavensward. This week I’m going to take a look at some of the other peripheral features that surround that game as well as examine one of the new jobs that have made their way into the game. I’ll save the next two jobs for future installments of this series. I’ll still keep this review spoiler free until next week. Even then I’ll keep them to a minimum and clearly label them.Posted Jul 2, 2015 by Robert Lashley

Too Much Echo, Not Enough Soul

Echo of Soul -  Review

I have no problem eating Honey Nut Spins®, the knock-off version of Honey Nut Cheerios®. You can pick them up at your local Walmart for at least 25 cents less than the real thing in most cases. But you will notice every few bites that some of the “Spins” are hard enough to break a tooth. They’re also smaller somehow, less puffed with air. And the flavor is good, just not great.Posted Jul 2, 2015 by Chris Swain

Something For Everyone to Love

Lego Minifigures Online -  Preview

When you think of Funcom, you probably think of dark, immersive stories and gameplay that is more adult-oriented, which is why LEGO Minifigures Online might have come as a surprise. The game, which saw its original free to play release last fall, is relaunching as a buy to play game today after many changes and polish.Posted Jul 2, 2015 by Christina Gonzalez

The Singleplayer MMO Cometh

Star Wars: The Old Republic -  Column

Knights of the Fallen Empire signals a big change for SWTOR. This doesn’t mean that BioWare will be leaving out the “MMO bits” as it calls them, but it’s clear that things are changing. I still fully expect there to be new raids, flashpoints, and warzones, but these items appear to be sidelined in favor of a renewed focus on story.Posted Jul 1, 2015 by Michael Bitton

Here Be Dragons

Camelot Unchained -  Column

Much like stealth most MMOers seem to have no middle ground when it comes to dragons. We seem to either love them or hate them. If you think they are an example of trite MMO tropes or if you think no fantasy MMO is complete without them, I ask you this, what are they doing in Camelot Unchained? Before we can get to that we need some background so let’s see if there are any clues hidden in what we know about them already.Posted Jul 1, 2015 by Timothy Eisenzimmer

Review in Progress

Cabal 2 -  General

Following up to the cult classic Cabal, Cabal 2 is a new free to play MMORPG jumping into open beta on July 2nd. While I've never played the original, I was definitely excited to jump in and see what all the buzz was about. What I've seen in my first handful of hours, however, is nothing but a depressingly boring game without a shred of originality.Posted Jul 1, 2015 by Steven Messner

What Does Paul Sage's Departure Mean for the Future?

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Just a mere three weeks after the console launch of the Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unchained, Paul Sage leaves the project to become Creative Director for an unknown project at Gearbox Software. If you’re not familiar with Gearbox Software they are the creators of the Borderlands series. But what does this mean for the future of ESOTU?Posted Jul 1, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

Passion & Dedication Set the Game Apart

Life is Feudal -  Interview

Last week, at E3, I had the opportunity to meet with Vladimir Piskunov, the CEO of Bitbox and see Life is Feudal, for the first time. My goal was to see just what features and systems were featured in this pure sandbox game. To say that I was pleasantly surprised would be something of an understatement. Vladimir is incredibly polite and passion for this project just exudes from him. He is also a realist and pretty insightful about games, sandbox games in particular.Posted Jun 30, 2015 by Terry OBrien

The Awakening - Definitely Something to Get Excited About

Path of Exile -  Interview

Path of Exile is ready to expand in the next few weeks. While lots of time has been spent on beta testing and developers have been sending out information to players, there still remain a few hidden nuggets of information and content that are worthy of a lot of excitement. We chatted with Chris Wilson about those things that may have remained unspoken. See what he had to say!Posted Jun 30, 2015 by Suzie Ford

Trion's New Game is an Action MMORPG

Devilian Online -  Preview

Trion Worlds is pleased to announce the next game it’s bringing stateside as publisher, Bluehole Ginno’s Devilian Online. Yes, the development studio behind TERA has a new game, and it’s an Action RPG with a persistent MMO world. For the sake of not having to say that over and over, we’ll just call it an Action MMORPG.Posted Jun 30, 2015 by William Murphy

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