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MSI GT72VR 6RE Dominator Pro Tobii: A Gamer’s Desktop Replacement

General -  Hardware Review

With the release of Nvidia’s 1000 line of desktop graphics cards, it was only a matter of time until their Mobility line hit the scene. The time has come and laptop manufacturers are leveraging the power of Pascal to show us just what’s possible in the world of portable PC gaming. I was recently offered the opportunity to spend some time with MSI’s GT72VR 6RE Dominator Pro Tobii.Posted Aug 27, 2016 by Christopher Coke

Good Gaming – A One-Stop Destination for Amateur eSports Worldwide

General -  Preview

Recently, a group known as Good Gaming has been making waves in esports by providing a place for amateur gamers to compete in and earn money from tournaments in games such as Overwatch, Hearthstone, and more. We caught up with GG’s Vik Grover to talk about the platform and what role they hope to play in an emerging western market.Posted Aug 26, 2016 by William Murphy

Freeform Stealth Triumph

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided -  Review

It’s been five years since Deus Ex: Human Revolution reintroduced the world to interpol agent, Adam Jensen. Now, with Mankind Divided, Eidos Montreal hopes to set a new standard for its freeform stealth action RPG. Did they succeed? We sent Chris in to find out!Posted Aug 26, 2016 by Christopher Coke

A Shroud of Confusion

Shroud of the Avatar -  Review

Richard Garriott’s Shroud of the Avatar recently saw the final character wipe and the rush for lot claims was conducted. While the game is still in development, we decided this to be the right time for a first review – after all you have to purchase the game if you want to play and progression is now permanent on the servers. Since our first impression in the previous article we tried to look beneath the surface of this complex, yet unpolished sandbox.Posted Aug 26, 2016 by Markus Rohringer

Sailing the Margorian Seas - Gamescom Preview

Black Desert Online -  Preview

Naval themes seemed to be out in force at Gamescom. If it wasn't spaceships in the void, it was more down to earth ships cutting through the high seas. Black Desert Online was very much included in this and is working towards their Margoria expansion. Kakao Games, formerly Daum Games, along with Pearl Abyss have invited us to try our hands at sailing the Margorian seas and awakening new power in your characters.Posted Aug 26, 2016 by Jonathan Doyle

All About the Crown Crates Coming in One Tamriel

Elder Scrolls Online -  Interview

During Gamescom last week, it was announced that Crown Crates would be coming to Elder Scrolls Online with the One Tamriel update. The announcement sparked a lot of discussion so we went straight to the source to ask Matt Firor for more details. See what he had to say in our exclusive interview.Posted Aug 25, 2016 by Suzie Ford

Kingsglaive - Finally, a Good Final Fantasy Movie

Final Fantasy XV -  Column

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV is basically a 2 hour story trailer for the upcoming long-wanted Final Fantasy XV video game. We also all remember the last time Final Fantasy was a movie... and it didn't go well. Leading up to the release of Final Fantasy XV, Square Enix created a full length feature film set in the new universe, and well, frankly... it's pretty good.Posted Aug 25, 2016 by Robert Lashley

Gamescom 2016 – Best of Show Awards

General -  Awards

Gamescom 2016 is in the bag and our team has seen all there is to see and choose the best of the best from Europe's biggest gaming convention. Posted Aug 25, 2016 by Jonathan Doyle

The New MMO - Streamlined Systems

General -  Column

MMOs have been around for a long time and have morphed and changed over the decades now as we enter 2017. We're in a period which I would consider the second era of MMOs with Ultima Online for all intents and purposes kickstarting the genre back in 1997. Games began simple and expanded over time, breaking off into sub genres, independent projects, and huge AAA titles. But we're going back to the drawing board...Posted Aug 25, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Season Two Balance Patch Thoughts: Enter the Hanzone

Overwatch -  Column

Overwatch Season Two kicks off on September 6, but players can already sample the upcoming changes on the game’s PTR (public test realm). Last week, we discussed the basics of the new map, Eichenwalde, as well as the changes coming to competitive, but Blizzard is also including some fairly significant balance tweaks with the season two patch. We’ve spent some time digesting the tweaks, so read on for our take on what’s to come. Posted Aug 24, 2016 by Michael Bitton

The Maturing Wizard

Wizard101 -  Column

For as long as I can remember, I was always playing some type of videogame. Some of my earliest adventures were with Pajama Sam, Spy Fox, Putt-Putt, and the Backyard Sports crew. From there, I gravitated towards the consoles of my childhood - the Game Boy Advance, GameCube, and PlayStation 2 to name a few. But it wasn't until I became a new student at Ravenwood that I truly experienced a game like no other. Posted Aug 24, 2016 by Vanessa Mythdust

A Pirate's Life for Me at Gamescom

Sea of Thieves -  Preview

Sea of Thieves is shaping up to be a bit of an MMO dark horse from Rare. We got our hands on the PC and XB1 open world pirate multiplayer adventure during Gamescom 2016, and came away mighty impressed.Posted Aug 24, 2016 by Jonathan Doyle

Five Things MMO Gamers Should Complain About

General -  Column

This week Rob is back with a few gears to grind. There are plenty of things we don't need to whine about in gaming, but there are also quite a few issues we should be concerned about. Read on about his five things he believes should have gamers up in arms.Posted Aug 23, 2016 by Robert Lashley

Gamescom 2016 with J. Todd Coleman & Jess Mulligan

Crowfall -  Interview

Early Friday morning at Gamescom we sat down with Jess Mulligan from Travian to talk about Crowfall while we waited for J Todd Coleman to find his way to us. It was a lovely informal chat. Jess on the other hand? She's been in the industry a long time. Quite possibly she has more experience in the industry than I do at playing the products of the games industry. With that, we had our rambled on...Posted Aug 23, 2016 by Jonathan Doyle

Legion Pre-Event Mini Guide - 1 to 100 in a Week or Less

World of Warcraft -  Other

With exactly a week until World of Warcraft: Legion makes its debut as a fully-released expansion to the venerated game, some may be starting to panic as the pre-event that has been running for the past two weeks is drawing to a close. The Legion pre-event is designed for altoholics and achievement hunters. With huge XP gains during the demonic invasions, this is the right time and the right place to dust off those lowbies and get crackin'! Find out how in our mini guide.Posted Aug 23, 2016 by Suzie Ford

Interpreting Completions

Camelot Unchained -  Column

This week Tim Eisen went mining for content and ended up with 7 development completions to interpret (or claim he interpreted) from developer speak to the more common language of us small folk.Posted Aug 23, 2016 by Tim Eisen

How Can MMOs Be Monetized Fairly?

General -  Column

What’s the best way to monetize an MMO and have it be seen as fair by the players? This is a question that’s no doubt going to ruffle a few feathers and create a few competing comments, but our own Lewis Burnell is brave enough to tackle the topic in his column this week.Posted Aug 22, 2016 by Lewis Burnell

The Latest NCSoft Financial Report Paints a Sad Picture for GW2 Sales

Guild Wars 2 -  Column

The Q2 2016 NCSoft financials were released a couple weeks ago, covering the period from April to June, and they weren't pretty for Guild Wars 2. In fact, as far as the game goes, they're pretty lousy – if you consider $4.75 million per month lousy. Posted Aug 22, 2016 by Jason Winter

The Exiled Tribune – Atlas of Worlds Expansion Unveiled and More

Path of Exile -  Column

In this new weekly column, we seek to cover all the week’s Path of Exile news, fan creations, community hot topics, and more. This week, The Atlas Weekly is all about the new Atlas of Worlds expansion reveal, the new base items, free Darkness Mystery Boxes, ZiggyD’s Hydra of the Guardian Boss showcase, and a brand new community podcast. Posted Aug 22, 2016 by William Murphy

Star Wars Battlefront's Deathstar and PSVR Impressions

General -  Preview

While at Gamescom in Cologne, Germany, Jonathan Doyle got to try out Star Wars Battlefront's upcoming Deathstar map... And he got to try it with PSVR as well.Posted Aug 21, 2016 by Jonathan Doyle

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