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Here's What's Awesome About Hearthstone's Grand Tournament

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft -  Column

Following Blizzard’s all but confirmed expansion-adventure mode-expansion cadence, The Grand Tournament is the second pack-based expansion set for Hearthstone, which means players can look forward to a lot of new cards (132, to be exact!) when the expansion releases later next month.Posted Jul 29, 2015 by Michael Bitton

What Class in Skyforge Should You Play?

Skyforge -  General

With Skyforge being the hot new game on the block right now, it makes sense that so many of us are playing Allods and Obsidian's latest. But there are an awful lot of classes in the game, and some take a lot of work to unlock. So why not let us help you decide which class to work towards with this week's quiz?Posted Jul 29, 2015 by William Murphy

Storyline vs Content

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Now that we have a release date for Imperial City and according to Matt Firor, Wrothgar isn’t far off either (early 2016), I want to pose a question to the community. This question is one that I’m still debating over and can’t come to an actual decision on where I stand, or where I should stand. Posted Jul 29, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

Review in Progress - My Ascension Slows

Skyforge -  General

My epic ascension to god-hood slowed down this week. The reason was twofold. On one hand, I had to review Kyn (a fun little Indie RPG), but on the other hand I was actually very glad to take a break from Skyforge. After putting in over 40 hours since Open Beta Head Start, the repetitive nature of Skyforge’s content is starting to get to me.Posted Jul 29, 2015 by William Murphy

A Wonderfully Unique but Flawed RPG

Kyn -  Review

Kyn shouldn’t exist. There’s no reliable reason an RPG like this should come from a two-man team called Tangrin Games. Victor Legerstee and Cavit Ozturk are the two Dutch minds behind this unique strategic RPG. Sure they’ve had some help from contractors to finish the game, but the art, coding, level design, and all of that was done entirely by these two friends with a dream: to make an RPG that makes you think and tell a new tale in a new world. So, have they succeeded? Posted Jul 28, 2015 by William Murphy

Chronicles of a New Eden - A Pirate's Life for Me!

EVE Online -  Column

In spaces between the relentless mercantilism of high-sec and the dynastic feuds of null-sec lies the vast swathe of low security systems; the tattered fringe of order slowly unwoven by the ruthless chaos of lawless space. While a large portion of EVE Online's pilots avoid these systems like the plague, they have, like any region in EVE, evolved a society of their own. Helicity Boson wasn't like other pilots. He was, from his first days, forged in the conflict of pirate space.Posted Jul 28, 2015 by Steven Messner

Ranking the MMO Devs by Employee Satisfaction

General -  Editorial

If you're looking to break into the gaming industry, where should you go? We all have our opinions of the “good” and “bad” companies to work for, but that's usually based on nothing more than a vague impression and isolated stories – some of which are flavored by our impressions of the company's games.Posted Jul 28, 2015 by Jason Winter

Supporting John Smedley

General -  Column

John Smedley, outspoken former CEO of Daybreak Games, stepped down this week. Although Smedley hasn’t officially stated the reason behind the change, the popular theory is that it has something to do with his on-going conflict with hacker group Lizard Squad. Lizard Squad is thought to be responsible for not only DDoS attacks on Daybreak’s servers, but also calling in a bomb threat last year on a plane that Smedley was about to board.Posted Jul 28, 2015 by Jessica Cook

Player Towns, Pet Taming, and Story Time

Shroud of the Avatar -  Column

Custom placements in Player-Owned Towns and over a hundred new towns in the game gives Release 20 more new places to explore than any release to date for Shroud of the Avatar. Though, that’s hardly all they’ve done over the last month of work on this game that’s rapidly approaching its more persistent state.Posted Jul 28, 2015 by Red Thomas

How Ready Is Ready?

Guild Wars 2 -  Column

“When it's ready” is the ArenaNet mantra when it comes to showing off new features of Guild Wars 2. But how ready does something have to be for it to be viewable by the public?Posted Jul 27, 2015 by Jason Winter

The Top 5 Most Disappointing MMOs of 2015…So Far

General -  Column

A couple weeks ago I wrote about some of the best MMOs we've had in 2015 so far. That list included stuff like new releases, games that saw big improvements, and some of the most promising ones to keep your eye on for the next half of 2015. This list, on the other hand, is going to focus on the exact opposite.Posted Jul 27, 2015 by David Jagneaux

Speculating on the Next Expansion

World of Warcraft -  Column

World of Warcraft has reached the end of the Warlords of Draenor expansion with the deployment of the v6.2 update, and now that players have voiced their concerns (to put it kindly) with what has been felt to be a rather lackluster expansion to date, it seems a good time to begin thinking about what could possibly come next for World of Warcraft. Posted Jul 27, 2015 by Suzie Ford

Chronicles of Elyria Wants to Bring Meaning Back to MMO Life

General -  Preview

A couple weeks ago we got a chance to sit down with Indy game studio Soulbound Studios to talk about their new MMORPG, Chronicles of Elyria. Never heard of Chronicles of Elyria or Soulbound Studios before? That’s OK, we hadn’t either. Although you haven’t heard of them before, with an impressive team of seasoned developers and a collection of features even we’ve never seen before in an MMO, we’re certain you’ll hear a lot more about them in the coming weeks and months.Posted Jul 27, 2015 by William Murphy

Jul 26, 2015 Newsletter

General -  Newsletter

In Issue 500 of the Newsletter, we look at LOTRO and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Jul 26, 2015 by Michael Bitton

Star Citizen and Revealing Games Too Early

General -  Column

Players Versus Player is MMORPG’s bi-weekly debate column, where two columnists sound off on each side of the issues you care about. This week, Chris and Ryan are hot on the heels of the controversy surrounding Star Citizen. It all comes down to one question: Are games being revealed too early?Posted Jul 26, 2015 by Christopher Coke

The Imperial City And Beyond

Elder Scrolls Online -  Interview

Before the live (and livestreamed) presentation for The Elder Scrolls Online at QuakeCon 2015, I had a chance to sit with Game Director Matt Firor and ask him a few questions about the game and especially the upcoming Imperial City DLC. While most of what we talked about was covered in the later presentation. Where appropriate, I've augmented Firor's replies with a little extra context from the presentation.Posted Jul 26, 2015 by Jason Winter

Open Letter About the Future

Project Gorgon -  Developer Journal

My name is Ryan, known in the Project Gorgon world as “Silvonis”, and I am a member of the Project Gorgon Development team. My official title is Producer, but in a small development team I am involved in several aspects of development. I wanted to take a moment to write an open letter to discuss the future of Project Gorgon.Posted Jul 25, 2015

6 Blood-soaked, Meaty Chunks of Info From QuakeCon

Fallout 4 -  Preview

I was in attendance at QuakeCon in 2011 when Skyrim got its first major showing. I'm not the type to give in to hype, but I still remember being in awe of the majesty and grandeur of it all, and leaving the auditorium as excited as I could be for an upcoming game.Posted Jul 25, 2015 by Jason Winter

Taking a Look at Savage Alexander and Seal Rock PvP

General -  Column

The first big patch post-Heavensward is here, and Victor's been trawling through it like a good little Lalafell. Let’s take a quick look at what you get with the introduction of FFXIV Patch 3.05!Posted Jul 24, 2015 by Victor Barreiro Jr.

Witcher 3 Gets Inventory Patch, More Problems

General -  Column

The Witcher 3 received its 1.07 patch this week, bringing with it much needed inventory improvements and an alternative movement mode. Unfortunately, it also brought a brand new problem. This week, Chris takes the issue and looks at the larger problem of unfinished games and post-launch patches. Plus, a meaty Diablo 3 update, Chris Roberts responds to Star Citizen drama, new Fallout 4 gameplay, and more!Posted Jul 24, 2015 by Christopher Coke

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