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Story of the Week: WildStar Revealed


This week's reigning news king deservedly goes to Carbine Studios and their newly announced MMORPG: WildStar Online. Though there was stiff competition coming out of Gamescom 2011, this bright new star (pun intended) has everyone talking.Posted Aug 20, 2011 by William Murphy

PVP Is Revealed!

Guild Wars 2

ArenaNet has pulled back the curtain on PVP in Guild Wars 2 and our own Garrett Fuller has some thoughts on the way the game's going to let players bash each other's heads in.Posted Aug 17, 2011 by Garrett Fuller

UO is Getting Old

Ultima Online

Adam Tingle is taking the plunge into some of the genre's most venerable titles available, and finding out if they truly still have what it takes to compete. For the inaugural issue, Adam journeys back to Ultima Online to see just how much life the old bird has left.Posted Jul 26, 2011 by Adam Tingle

Story of the Week: Star Wars Makes Some Moves

Star Wars: The Old Republic

The Story of the Week may be a no-brainer, but that doesn't stop Bill Murphy from chatting about it and recapping the events. Star Wars: The Old Republic has its pre-order all lined up and ready for fanatical consumption, and it's definitely generating some buzz.Posted Jul 23, 2011 by William Murphy

The Trial System Concerns


Garrett Fuller takes a look at the buzz generated by ArcheAge, and questions whether the game's sandbox systems such as player trials really can work in practice. Posted Jul 22, 2011 by Garrett Fuller

Is Story Necessary in MMORPGs?


In this week's column, Managing Editor Bill Murphy takes a look at the recent focus on story-telling in today's upcoming MMOs and whether or not that's a good thing for the industry as a whole.Posted Jul 21, 2011 by William Murphy

The Old Republic Will Change the Industry

Star Wars: The Old Republic

Stepping up to the plate with this week's Devil's Advocate, Drew Wood takes a look at BioWare's supposed forthcoming Opus, Star Wars: The Old Republic and some of the general complaints from the MMO Community about the game's structure. Will SW:TOR revolutionize the way that MMOs are produced? The Devil's Advocate seems to think there's a good chance.Posted Jul 20, 2011 by Drew Wood

An Announcement of an Announcement

Star Wars: The Old Republic

In this week's Star Wars: The Old Republic column, Mike Bitton takes a look at the recent announcement that BioWare will be... er, making an announcement at this week's San Diego Comic-Con.Posted Jul 20, 2011 by Michael Bitton

Kicking Combat Up a Notch

Guild Wars 2

In this week's Guild Wars 2 column, David North takes a peek at the combat in one of gaming's most hotly anticipated titles. There a whole lot of different factors that make combat in an MMO either special or forgettable, and David thinks he has a grasp on which is which. Posted Jul 19, 2011 by David North

Hellfire Ramparts... Again!


In this week's WoW Factor, Joseph Sanicky brings us along on his adventures and mishaps through one of The Outlands' earliest dungeons. Find out what kind of "misadventures" Joe had with PUGs in Blizzard's behemoth.Posted Jul 18, 2011

Why San Diego Comicon Sucks


In this week's SDCC-themed List, Industry Relations Manager Garrett Fuller takes a look at just how the mother of all Comicons has changed into something altogether unrecognizable. See if you agree with his assertion and be sure to add your own thoughts to the discussion.Posted Jul 18, 2011 by Garrett Fuller

Story of the Week: Green Lantern Hits DCUO

DC Universe Online

This week's Story of the Week is all about Hal Jordan, thanks to SOE's Austin Studio announcement from Fan Faire 2011. During the show, it was announced that DC Universe Online's first DLC pack would be "Fight the Light" and allow players the ability to make characters with Yellow and Green power rings. Posted Jul 16, 2011 by William Murphy

The Four Pillars of The Secret World

The Secret World

In this week's dedicated The Secret World column, Managing Editor Bill Murphy takes a look at what we learned from the EA Showcase's dungeon reveal. The classless system, the combat, the story, and more were discussed. Posted Jul 14, 2011 by William Murphy

Can Planetside 2 Redeem SOE?


In this week's column, Managing Editor Bill Murphy takes a look at the recent unveiling of Planetside 2 and wonders aloud whether or not the MMOFPS will be enough to bring SOE back into the good graces of the hardcore MMO gamer. Posted Jul 14, 2011 by William Murphy

The MMOFPS Can Rival the MMORPG


In this week's Devil's Advocate, Drew Wood takes a look at the MMOFPS and the stigma surrounding this relatively new breed of MMOs. Can the MMOFPS rival the MMORPG in terms of size, scope, and depth? The Devil's Advocate thinks it's possible.Posted Jul 13, 2011 by Drew Wood

Excerpts from the F2P Hater Handbook


In this week's The Free Zone, Richard Aihoshi shares with us a few passages from the ultra secret (and ultra fake) F2P Hater's Handbook. Take a look inside and see if you have what it takes to be a winning F2P Hater.Posted Jul 12, 2011 by Richard Aihoshi

Five Ways WoW Made the MMO Better


In this week's List, Managing Editor Bill Murphy takes a look at the 500 pound gorilla known as World of Warcraft and prattles off five reasons the world's most popular MMO has actually made the industry a better place. Check out his thoughts and see if you agree.Posted Jul 11, 2011 by William Murphy

Story of the Week: Planetside 2 Debuts in Vegas


This week's crowning story has to no doubt go to the official unveiling of SOE's Planetside 2. Fans of the original have been waiting a long time for their first look at this sequel, and Vegas' Fan Faire did not disappoint.Posted Jul 9, 2011 by William Murphy

Story of the Week: Ding-Dong, Vader's Dead

Star Wars Galaxies

Every week we here at take a look at the news and come up with the biggest scoop. This week, it was kind of a no-brainer as the world learned that SOE's Star Wars Galaxies is shutting down for good on December 15th, 2011.Posted Jun 25, 2011 by William Murphy

The Way Back Machine: The Agency: E3 2009 Preview

The Agency

This week in the Way Back Machine,'s own Drew Wood takes a look back at Dana Massey's preview of SOE's ill-fated game, The Agency from 2009's E3.Posted Apr 2, 2011 by Drew Wood