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Review in Progress 3 - Combat and Replayability

Tree of Savior

Victor discusses some aspects of combat and replayability in this installment of the Tree of Savior review in progress.Posted Apr 29, 2016 by Victor Barreiro Jr.

Getting Ready for KickStarter

Chronicles of Elyria

Yesterday at PAX we got the chance to speak with the Chronicles of Elyria team. The indie MMO had a booth at PAX just a few weeks before their Kickstarter goes live on May 3. The game was showing off its first combat build. The team explained their plans moving forward as they build out the team and the game for fans. Posted Apr 23, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

CCP Introduces Project Nova, a Competitive 6v6 Shooter

Project Nova

Today, at EVE FanFest, CCP announced Project Nova, a new free-to-play first-person shooter. Currently in development by the Shanghai team behind Dust 514 and Project Legion, this new effort rebuilds that core experience from the ground up. For shooter fans, Project Nova is intended to be an immediately familiar experience.Posted Apr 21, 2016 by Gareth Harmer

Review in Progress #2: Controls and Trading

Tree of Savior

In this second installment of the review, Victor discusses controls and trading within the game.Posted Apr 16, 2016 by Victor Barreiro Jr.

Incursions Taps into a Tidbit of the Game's Full Potential

The Division

Incursion, the brand new patch for Tom Clancy's The Division, has invaded the game. This new patch introduces a plethora of new content including Assignments, new gear, Dark Zone Supply Drops, and of course the new raid-like incursion; Falcon Lost. In a game often faulted for its lack of end game content and worthwhile rewards, is Patch 1.1 enough to silence the naysayers? Posted Apr 15, 2016 by Tiffany Bechdel

Destination - Arcterra Review


WildStar’s latest content update – Destination: Arcterra, has just launched on live servers. We asked columnist Gareth Harmer to pull on his cold-weather gear and review the bleak new continent.Posted Apr 7, 2016 by Gareth Harmer

April Fools' From Around the Gaming Universe

Yes, it's April Fools' Day Eve. The jokes and pranks have already begun. Gaming companies just love to taunt their players with well-played tricks and silly jokes to celebrate the day. We have started our annual compilation and will update it throughout the day tomorrow. As a news editor...well, yeah...April Fools' Day. But YOU enjoy!Posted Apr 1, 2016 by Suzie Ford

The Lack of Endgame is Not a Problem That Needs Solving

Black Desert Online

As I round up on yet another week with Black Desert Online I’m no closer to my goal of hitting at least level 45 before assigning a score… and it’s not for lack of trying. Black Desert’s a game that’s custom built to mess with anyone who has the slightest propensity for attention deficit disorder and well… what was I talking about again? Posted Mar 24, 2016 by William Murphy

The Tip of the Iceberg is Huge

Black Desert Online

I’m going to level with you guys. I still don’t know what the frak I’m doing in Black Desert Online. I’ve played/logged well over 90 hours since head start and I haven’t even gotten to the first major city. My twitter followers laughed at me when I remarked how big and confusing Heidel seemed. If there’s one reason I think BDO is having such a wonderful effect on my beleaguered MMO-playing heart, it’s because the game really does make you learn how to play all over again.Posted Mar 17, 2016 by William Murphy

Captain, We Are the Wolves

The Division

Rob pulls himself away from tagging sticky bombs to murderers long enough to write about what he has been up to over the past week in Tom Clancy’s the Division. Hint: It goes boom.Posted Mar 17, 2016 by Robert Lashley

Roccat Ryos MK FX - RGB Excellence

Roccat is putting the PC peripheral market on notice: they’re here and won’t stop until they’re on top. Over the last year, the studio has made more of a name for itself than any year before it, releasing new hardware at a breakneck pace, often pushing the boundaries of already soaring hardware expectations. I had the opportunity to go hands-on with their new flagship keyboard, the Ryos MK FX.Posted Mar 12, 2016 by Christopher Coke

A Game of Knowledge

Black Desert Online

This week, I’d like to tell you all a little story. It’s a story of treasure maps, hidden caves, idiot workers, and an imp named Red Nose. Black Desert Online continues to utterly grab me by the Ghoulies, and I’m finding out just how refreshing it is to play an MMORPG that doesn’t prescribe to preconceived notions of what an MMO should be. Pearl Abyss did things their own way, made the game they wanted to make, and while it’s not perfect is sure is refreshing.Posted Mar 10, 2016 by William Murphy

Launch Day Thoughts

The Division

Later this week, Rob Lashley will begin his review in progress for The Division, Ubisoft’s brand new quasi-MMO shooter set in a near future dystopian New York City. We’ve covered the game a lot during previous betas, and today marks the official launch of Ubi’s first real attempt at a massive online offering. We’ve got a few thoughts on our first few hours, so read on.Posted Mar 8, 2016 by William Murphy

Review in Progress Part One

Black Desert Online

Black Desert Online is refreshing. While there’ve definitely been bumps along the way, the game is finally hitting western shores with the head start for pre-orders currently ongoing. We’ve been playing since last week, after dabbling in the beta tests, and are finding the non-conformist way the game unfolds before you to be a very nice change of pace from the usual MMORPG fare. Posted Mar 1, 2016 by William Murphy

Chronicle Runescape Legends – The Inter-Beta Interview

Chronicle: Runescape Legends

The closed beta for Chronicle: Runescape Legends is over, but Open Beta is fast approaching. During this brief window of calm, we grabbed a quick update from Senior Producer Mark Killey and Lead Designer James SweatmanPosted Feb 17, 2016 by Gareth Harmer

Celebrating 15 years with New Announcements


Jagex marks 15 years of Runescape with a flurry of announcements: Chronicle heads to open beta in March, Runescape: Idle Adventures is revealed, and much more besides. We sent columnist Gareth Harmer along to the birthday celebrations to find out more.Posted Feb 17, 2016 by Gareth Harmer

The Elder Scrolls Online Crown Pack Sweepstakes!

Elder Scrolls Online is very pleased to present this exclusive sweepstakes event! We have partnered with Zenimax Online to give away 300 total Crown Pack gift keys that will give players 1500 crowns for Elder Scrolls Online (100 for PC/Mac, 100 for Xbox One and 100 for Playstation 4)! Enter for your chance to win now! This sweepstakes will run from Feb 4 through Feb 19 @ 9PM EST, 2016.Posted Feb 4, 2016 by William Murphy

Heading to Steam... and Arcterra!


Yes, WildStar is coming to Steam in the first half of 2016…but wait there is more! Okay, now that we have the Steam thing out of the way, what the heck is going on with WildStar? Posted Feb 1, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Final Fantasy Explorers: Eidolon Hunter - Continuing to Push the Boundaries

Explorers continues to push boundaries in the Final Fantasy franchise. This entry takes the series in a new direction hunting Eidolons on the go with the Nintendo 3DS. Posted Jan 26, 2016 by Robert Lashley

Mario & Luigi paper Jam: A Cut Above the Rest

Mario & Luigi Paper Jam

The Mario Brothers are back in their fifth Mario & Luigi RPG. This time they are bringing their paper thin doppelgangers along for the ride.Posted Jan 21, 2016 by Robert Lashley