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The VIP RPG Newsletter, Issue #1

General - Columns

Introductions to a new series of articles are always awkward. It’s like a first date, lots of posturing, smiling and making a good impression. Let’s get it out of the way and head straight to the good stuff. Posted Dec 5, 2016 by Cody Bye

LET IT DIE is the Craziest Game I’ve Played in a While

General - Columns

Some of you may remember LET IT DIE from its announcement trailer a few months back. It didn’t impress the few of you who commented, but the new free to play online ARPG from Grasshopper Manufacture and Gungho Online may be worth your time if you’ve got a PS4. Read on to find out why.Posted Dec 5, 2016 by William Murphy

The Exiled Tribune - Diving Into the Breach

Path of Exile - Columns

In this week's Path of Exile: The Exiled Tribune, we take a look at Grinding Gear Games' tenth anniversary, all things Breach, some cool ways to take on the new content, some additions & improvements to Map Mods, what's coming in the near future and a few more pretty cool reveals from the week that was.Posted Dec 5, 2016 by Suzie Ford

Breaking The Fang, and My Heart

Guild Wars 2 - Interviews

Guild Wars 2 has always been a game built on a few iconic characters that carry the story of the game. Unlike World of Warcraft where hundreds of characters and storylines intertwine, Guild Wars has focused on a deep story centred around a select few small groups and organisations. This gives players a heavy investment in the content they are seeing in each release, as it expands upon the core characters’ story and follows trails that we as players are deeply involved in.Posted Dec 5, 2016 by Alexander Wilkie

Feeling Left Out Now That XV's Launched? There's Plenty Left to Do!

Final Fantasy XIV - Columns

Final Fantasy XV is out now. One of the draws of FFXIV is the Final Fantasy brand, and so a very large chunk of my friends list have taken a hiatus to go on the road trip of a lifetime. I assume the same is true everywhere, because it’s selling extremely well.Posted Dec 2, 2016 by Michael O''Connell-Davidson

Fun, Lightweight & Full of Character

The Dwarves - Review

Everyone loves dwarves. They’re the lovable sidekick, the violent Scotsman with a heart of gold, and if you need beard advice, that’s pretty much their only hobby outside of mining and blacksmithing. In the world of fantasy fiction, they’re a race of compatriots, rarely ever starring in their own adventure. Until now, that is.Posted Dec 2, 2016 by Christopher Coke

WoW Has a LEGIONdary Problem

World of Warcraft - Columns

World of Warcraft's latest expansion, Legion, has changed the game a lot and one of the most visible systems to have been altered is the acquisition of legendary items. We take a look at how Legion's legendary system has altered the landscape for players and the issues that have risen around it. Posted Dec 2, 2016 by Suzie Ford

Taking the Mobile MOBA Into Esports

Vainglory - Interviews

Vainglory remains one of the most popular MOBAs on the mobile market and this week they are working towards making even bigger strides in esports. We spoke to Kris Segerstrale about the inroads the company is making with Twitch and other partners to create a strong esports league which will host games globally for players. While many of the big PC MOBAs already have leagues in place, Vainglory is making these moves in the mobile market.Posted Dec 1, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Five things Final Fantasy XV carries forward from earlier Final Fantasies

General - Columns

Final Fantasy XV released earlier this week to fan and critical praise alike. But some are left wondering, just how is this a Final Fantasy game? Read on for five ways it calls back to previous games in the series.Posted Dec 1, 2016 by Robert Lashley

Pokemon Sun and Moon Review

General - Columns

Pokemon is a series that Nintendo doesn’t often experiment with. I mean, sure there are spin off games, but rarely does the main series divert too far from the usual “beat the gym leaders, collect the pokemon” motif. That’s changed with Pokemon Sun and Moon, and it makes for the best games the series has ever seen.Posted Dec 1, 2016 by William Murphy

What Shape Will Housing Take in ESO?

Elder Scrolls Online - Columns

Everything ESO has released thus far has all had a unique story tied to it, new NPCs for us to admire or hate. Coming next year to ESO is an update that, will introduce content to Tamriel that I have no idea how they’re going to include an ongoing story for and that’s, Player Housing.Posted Nov 30, 2016 by Ryan Getchell

Mirage Raider's Bundle Hits Stores

Wizard101 - Columns

Timed perfectly to coincide with the ongoing testing of Wizard101's newest world, Mirage, is the release of a brand new bundle. The Arabian-themed Mirage Raider's Bundle is currently available at GameStop for $39. Not sure if it's for you? I'll be going over some of the highlights. Posted Nov 30, 2016 by Vanessa Mythdust

Knights of the Eternal Throne Impressions

Star Wars: The Old Republic - Editorials

You know things are going well when you have to force yourself to put the game down to make a deadline. Back when I wrote my impressions of Knights of the Fallen Empire, I commented that the expansion “starts off with a bang and just doesn't let go.” and the same is true for Knights of the Eternal Throne. Posted Nov 30, 2016 by Michael Bitton

Five Great Ideas That Came From Shut Down MMOs

General - Columns

Just because a game closes does not mean a gameplay mechanic does not change MMOs or how we think about current game play. Let’s look at a list of game ideas that really worked well, despite the end of their run. Posted Nov 29, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

4 Surprisingly Awesome Things about Watch Dogs 2 on PC

General - Columns

Watch Dogs 2 is out today on PC, though it’s been out for a couple of weeks on consoles. While critics and players alike are lauding it as a far better game than its forbear, we thought we’d spend a little time today talking about the game’s multiplayer – a seamless online experience that an MMO gamer might find enticing.Posted Nov 29, 2016 by William Murphy

Hurry Up & Wait

Camelot Unchained - Columns

This week Timothy Eisen talks beta pains, launch pressures and makes a few Camelot Unchained predictions for 2017. Posted Nov 29, 2016 by Tim Anderson

Review in Progress, Part 1

Final Fantasy XV - Columns

Rob kicks off the review in progress for Final Fantasy XV this week. After 10 years in development is it worth the wait? Read on to find out.Posted Nov 29, 2016 by Robert Lashley

Letter From the Producer December: What’s Coming in 3.5?

Final Fantasy XIV - Columns

It’s that time of month again: Yoshida hops in front of a camera to tell people what’s coming in the next major content patch. 3.5 will drop in January, and Stormblood is coming ‘early summer’, so this will represent the state of the game for anything up to six months. 3.5 ‘part two’ will drop in March, but if it’s anything like 2.55, it won’t have a huge amount of content in it outside of some story quests.Posted Nov 28, 2016 by Michael O''Connell-Davidson

World Versus World - Polls and the Illusion of Choice

Guild Wars 2 - Columns

Some of you might remember back to the start of this year, during a time where Guild Wars 2 was implementing a quarterly update approach to the game with big changes to all areas included in each patch. Posted Nov 28, 2016 by Alexander Wilkie

The Obstacle of Combat

Elder Scrolls Online - Columns

My time in The Elder Scrolls Online has been an odd one this week because despite my random adventuring across a variety of zones, I’ve begun to grow incredibly frustrated at how a AAA title, and arguably one of the last MMO giants, got something as fundamental as combat so spectacularly wrong.Posted Nov 28, 2016 by Lewis Burnell

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