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Black Friday Deals for the Savvy Gamer

It's that time of year when little elves come along while everyone is still sleeping off the turkey inhaled the day the United States anyway. In their tiny hands, they carry the news that Black Friday has arrived and with it, deals of epic proportion for the savvy gamer. We've gathered together as many Black Friday deals from the games you love and put them in a one-stop-shop for your reading pleasure.Posted Nov 27, 2015 by Suzie Ford

Sword Art Online: Lost Song - Charming, but Archaic

Sword Art Online: Lost Song

Sword Art Online is largely an unknown to me. I know it’s an anime, manga, and videogame series about a group of kids who play a virtual reality MMO known as Sword Art Online. I also know they the main characters were stuck in this world fighting to the death (as if you died you died in real life). It’s a pretty heady storyline, but Lost Song is my first real dive into the world of Sword Art Online.Posted Nov 23, 2015 by William Murphy

Activision-Blizzard Once Again Holding News Headlines Hostage

World of Warcraft

Activision Blizzard is once again holding the news headlines hostage, between Black Ops 3, WoW subscriber news, the latest expansion, Hearthstone, Overwatch, the film studio, the Warcraft film, Blizzcon, and of course the quarterly finance releases you all love to pour over, but what is really turning heads and inspiring groans from the Blizzard base is the news that the developer publisher is acquiring King.Posted Nov 16, 2015 by Connor Wack

Hearts of Stone Review

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Since Rob wrote the preview a few weeks ago he has spent more time with Hearts of Stone and has reviewed the expansion in full. Read on for what he has to say about CD Projekt Red’s newest release.Posted Nov 5, 2015 by Robert Lashley

The Planes of Hate and Fear Return in The Broken Mirror


The Broken Mirror, the 22nd (!) expansion for the original EverQuest, will launch on Wednesday, November 18. The Daybreak developers recently demoed the expansion during a livestream event, and we’re recapping it all for those who missed it. Posted Oct 31, 2015 by Michael Bitton

Obsidian's Fruitful Partnership with

Skyforge and its parent company are quickly becoming a powerhouse in both publishing and developing new games for the worldwide market. Once mainly centered in Russia, the organization is looking to expand into North American and European markets, a fact that its partnership with California’s Obsidian Entertainment bears witness to. Posted Oct 28, 2015 by Suzie Ford

Tips for New Alpha Players

Black Desert

With today’s start of the Black Desert Online European / North American alpha, thousands of players who have never tried any of the other international versions (Korean, Japanese, Russian) will be entering the game for the first time. With that in mind, there are a few things everyone should know before that initial log in, so we have prepared a small list to help with those first shaky steps into a new world. Posted Oct 26, 2015 by Suzie Ford

Heart of Thorns Review in Progress

Guild Wars 2

I’ve spent probably 15 hours since Friday in ArenaNet’s first expansion for Guild Wars 2, Heart of Thorns. In that time, I’ve had almost as much fun as I ever did in the game’s first months, but there’s also a hint of frustration as some systems seem a bit grindy at first glance. Today marks the first of several articles leading up to our final review, so read on for our initial thoughts.Posted Oct 26, 2015 by William Murphy

On the Table: Out of the Abyss

In the second appearance of On the Table Rob takes a look at the new adventure guide from Wizards of the Coast and Green Ronin Publishing, Out of the Abyss.Posted Oct 25, 2015 by Robert Lashley

Essential Tips and Advice for Heart of Thorns’ Launch

Guild Wars 2

We’ve only had a couple hours so far with Guild Wars 2’s first expansion, Heart of Thorns. So while our review and first impressions will be forthcoming, we wanted to start off your long weekend of playing with a few helpful tips we’ve learned from our first few moments in the jungle. Be sure to add your own too!Posted Oct 23, 2015 by William Murphy

Review in Progress

Sword Coast Legends

Earlier this week N Space and Digital Extremes launched their 5th Edition based Dungeons & Dragons cRPG Sword Coast Legends. Read on as Rob begins his review in progress and writes about character creation and the single player experience before jumping into playing as the Dungeon Master and the multiplayer experience next week.Posted Oct 22, 2015 by Robert Lashley

Is Knights of the Fallen Empire SWTOR’s Sequel?

Star Wars: The Old Republic

There are a host of sweeping game changes coming to SWTOR when Knights of the Fallen Empire launches later this morning. We were scheduled to have some early hands-on time with BioWare’s expansion, but some technical oddities with the test server and Mike Bitton’s access kept that from happening. Instead, like you all, we’re now watching the clock and waiting for 11am Eastern to roll along.Posted Oct 20, 2015 by William Murphy

XBox One to 360 Comparison

World of Tanks

World of Tanks had been on the XBox 360 for a long time, even when the XBox One was announced. Now it has made the leap up to the new console and XBox One players are lining up to buy tanks, shoot it out, and crush some walls along the way. Posted Oct 13, 2015 by Garrett Fuller

Dragon Quest Heroes Review - Dynasty Warriors Meets Blue Slime

You’ll forgive the on-the-nose title of this review, hopefully. See, Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below is quite simply a mashup of both Dynasty Warriors and the Dragon Quest series. Like Hyrule Heroes on the Wii U, Dragon Quest Heroes is a PS4 exclusive single-player Action RPG that takes popular characters from the venerable Dragon Quest franchise and slaps them together in an all new tale.Posted Oct 7, 2015 by William Murphy

Trespasser DLC Review - Time to Say Goodbye

Dragon Age: Inquisition

Dragon Age: Inquisition Trespasser is designed to give players a sense of closure from a story perspective and to give the ‘team’ one last epic romp through Thedas, complete with pithy commentary, moving personalized dialog and a chance to say goodbye to these wonderfully flawed companions Inquisitors have spent literally hundreds of hours with over the course of the game.Posted Sep 22, 2015 by Suzie Ford

The 35 Greatest MMOs of All Time: Numbers 35 to 26

This will ruffle some feathers. The staff at, from President Craig McGregor and CTO Ben Krueger, to our wonderful list of reviewers, columnists, and community managers, all the way down to your humble and lowly Managing Editor (me) have voted. We took the top player-rated games from our Game List, including those that have been closed after launch, and we ranked them. Each of us filing up our own top 35 list from greatest to least great.Posted Sep 18, 2015 by William Murphy

First Impressions of the Mobile MMORPG Sequel

Order & Chaos 2: Redemption

Order & Chaos was one of the original mobile MMORPGs coming out of the perennial mobile game maker, Gameloft. Now, several years later, the sequel is here with Order & Chaos 2: Redemption. Boasting upgraded visuals, controls, UI, and loads of other additions, we’ve been dabbling with the game this past week ahead of the official launch. Posted Sep 17, 2015 by William Murphy

Build Your Dream PC with the UltraWide Festival 2015 (Sponsored)

The LG 21:9 Curved UltraWide Monitor is the latest in display technology from LG. We’re willing to bet more than a few of you are using multiple monitors, and if not… you’re probably sadly stuck on a smaller laptop or worse… a CRT monitor (I remember when my Compaq Presario was bleeding edge, too!). The folks at LG have the solution to your woes in the UltraWide. Posted Sep 14, 2015 by William Murphy

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