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The Descent: Finally, Dwarves

Dragon Age: Inquisition

The original launch version of Dragon Age: Inquisition had much of what fans of the franchise were looking for. There were the open zones and the interesting and chatty group of companions. Inquisition had huge plot-shaking fights with evil dragons, and small sweet moments with friends around the card table. There was one area, though, where the game fell short: Dwarves. Uh, no pun intended.Posted Aug 27, 2015 by Jessica Cook

The White March Part One Review

Pillars of Eternity

Pillars of Eternity, as you might remember from our original review, is an excellent CRPG that hearkens back to the days of Black Isle’s best games. With staff from said revered studio and with Obsidian being veteran of the RPG genre, it only makes sense that PoE was so widely anticipated and adored. But can the studio continue the magic with its first major expansion, The White March? Posted Aug 25, 2015 by William Murphy

First Impressions - A Capable Fleet

World of Warships

The seas are silent as my gunboat, the Hashidate, glides across the smooth deep blue waves. To my starboard side I see the USS South Carolina towering above the rest of our fleet. The mere presence of the battleship strengthens my resolve. I cut around an island, skirting the perimeter of our capture objective only to find I am now in range of enemy artillery.Posted Jul 30, 2015 by Chris Swain

What Class in Skyforge Should You Play?


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

Review in Progress - My Ascension Slows


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

Announcing Weatherstock 2015!

Lord of the Rings Online

Lord of the Rings Online has a unique music system and battle weary players have taken a real liking to its nuances. ABC files number into the many thousands with music being played at any street corner and at all hours with genres ranging from Mozart, to Led Zeppelin. This could make for ripe event planning… Enter the fan-created event, Weatherstock!Posted Jul 23, 2015

The Frustrating Things about Skyforge


Now over a week in, and about 20-plus hours into life as an immortal, we’re delving further into the nuts and bolts of My.Com’s Skyforge. A brand new F2P MMORPG from Allods Team and Obsidian, there’s no denying Skyforge is a beautiful game with a unique take on the MMO forumula. But does it have the draw to keep players going? Read on for week two of our Review in Progress series.Posted Jul 20, 2015 by William Murphy

Guild of Dungeoneering Review: Casual, Friendly and Drama Free

Guild of Dungeoneering

Guild of Dungeoneering is a beautifully simplistic strategy RPG that hearkens to the many days spent with table-top RPGs. With a gorgeous but minimal art style, addictive progression, and loads of charm this might be the perfect game for just about all of you out there.Posted Jul 18, 2015 by Chris Swain

Which Elder Scrolls Online Faction Should You Choose?

Elder Scrolls Online

In this week's quiz, we're putting your tastes and likes to the test for Tamriel. You may be Aldmeri, you may be Ebonheart, or five of you might be Daggerfall. But what SHOULD you be? This quiz will help sort it out.Posted Jul 16, 2015 by William Murphy

The Review Continues with Fresh Eyes

Pathfinder Online

You may be wondering where my (Bill Murphy’s) review is for Pathfinder Online. As I mentioned a while ago in a comment, I just can’t bring myself to play the game anymore, and I don’t feel I’ve given it enough time to really put a score on it. So, like a boss, I’m torturing our own Steven Messner with the task of going in with fresh eyes to see how he feels about the game. Read on for his own first impressions and more of my reasoning behind switching writers.Posted Jul 10, 2015 by Steven Messner

Heavensward Review in Progress Part 3

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn

Over the last two weeks we have touched on the build up to Heavensward and some of the new systems in the game. This week I want to talk about the reason we have headed north to begin with, the remaining two classes; Machinist and Astrologian, as well as the Mac brewhaha. Next week I’ll do the official review and put a bow on it.Posted Jul 9, 2015 by Robert Lashley

Heavensward Review in Progress #2

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn

Last week I talked about the lead up to actually being able to set foot into Heavensward. This week I’m going to take a look at some of the other peripheral features that surround that game as well as examine one of the new jobs that have made their way into the game. I’ll save the next two jobs for future installments of this series. I’ll still keep this review spoiler free until next week. Even then I’ll keep them to a minimum and clearly label them.Posted Jul 2, 2015 by Robert Lashley

Review in Progress

Cabal 2

Following up to the cult classic Cabal, Cabal 2 is a new free to play MMORPG jumping into open beta on July 2nd. While I've never played the original, I was definitely excited to jump in and see what all the buzz was about. What I've seen in my first handful of hours, however, is nothing but a depressingly boring game without a shred of originality.Posted Jul 1, 2015 by Steven Messner

Review in Progress #1

Echo of Soul

Echo of Soul is a F2P MMORPG developed by Nvius and published for North America and Europe by Aeria Games. It released on Steam in mid-June and actually boasts, “Most Anticipated MMO of 2015!” (for someone I assume). With high expectations, I dove into the game and here are our first impressions on the road to our final review.Posted Jun 26, 2015 by Chris Swain

Heavensward Review in Progress #1

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn

Two years ago I dived into Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn not knowing what to expect. Turns out the game had gone through a complete revamp and it made great use of a proverbial phoenix down that are prevalent in the Final Fantasy series. You can read the 2.0 review here. If you are a masochist and want to relive how bad 1.0 truly was you can take a look at that boondoggle’s review here.Posted Jun 25, 2015 by Robert Lashley

Ironic Lessons that WoW can Learn from FFXIV

World of Warcraft

I’ll be the first to admit my skepticism about Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. First impressions can be everything in the subscription MMORPG space—almost fatally so for some. Embed the idea that a title has no future and it’s game-over. The original FFXIV was such a disaster with a plethora of well-documented and extensive faults that many predicted that even a free-to-play conversion wouldn’t save it. Posted Jun 15, 2015 by Edwin Lee

How Siboot Could Finally Let You Roleplay In Your MMORPG

Legendary game designer Chris Crawford has launched a Kickstarter campaign for a very different kind of game. Siboot is a game that will test your emotional intuition, rather than you puzzle solving ability, and demonstrate a radical new technology designed to take interactive storytelling to the next level. The plan is to make this technology open source, a move that could revolutionise how we understand and interact with virtual worlds.”Posted Jun 14, 2015 by Paul Nadin

Massive Chalice - Delivering an Interesting Twist on Tactical RPGs

Massive Chalice

Double Fine Productions has changed their focus in recent years. After creating a couple of critically well regarded games which failed to sell well, Tim Schafer and his merry band of game developers began creating smaller games at a more rapid (and presumably less expensive to produce) pace. They have been experimenting with genre, game platform and financing method and producing some very interesting results. Posted Jun 12, 2015 by Pete Schwab

The Console Version Review in Progress

Elder Scrolls Online

It’s been a long but insanely productive year for Zenimax Online Studios. Elder Scrolls Online came out, held its own, but was a rather contentious title for such a widely adored franchise. Fast forward several months and ESO is now buy to play, rebranded as “Tamriel Unlimited”, and quite frankly, it’s one of the best theme park MMORPGs on the market. And now it’s also on the PS4 and XBOX ONE. So, how does it play? Posted Jun 11, 2015 by William Murphy

Early Access Review in Progress #3

Pathfinder Online

I think next week, yes in the midst of E3, I’ll finally put a wrap on this project and assign a score to Pathfinder Online as it stands now. But let me start this week by saying that fresh of The Witcher 3 and another Early Access game known as ARK: Survival Evolved makes Pathfinder feel even less finished. PFO can be enjoyable, it can… but the more I play it the less I can recommend investing your own money in the River Kingdoms for now.Posted Jun 9, 2015 by William Murphy