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The Elder Scrolls Online Crown Pack Sweepstakes!

Elder Scrolls Online

MMORPG.com 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!

WildStar

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

Five Years Young, Daybreak Plans a Big 2016

DC Universe Online

You may have read that Playstation 4 and PC players will soon play together on the same mega server, or you may have read that DCUO is coming to Xbox One in the Spring. But that’s not all the folks at Daybreak have planned for their superheroic title in 2016. Read on for the studio’s full suite of plans, including new powers, new stories, and new ways to progress your characters…Posted Jan 11, 2016 by William Murphy

World Championship Finals Wrap Report

SMITE

Well, this is what it all boils down to, the best team from North America, Enemy; and the best team from the European Union, Epsilon. I have to be honest, I think the best team in North America is Cloud 9, and I think the REAL final was yesterday, when Epsilon squeaked out a three games to two victory over Cloud 9, but the games have to be played, so let’s see how it turned out.Posted Jan 11, 2016 by Terry OBrien

World Championship- Day Three Recap

SMITE

Two very interesting match-ups in today’s Semi-finals, both pitting a North American team against an European Union team.Posted Jan 10, 2016 by Terry OBrien

World Championship - Day Two Recap and Results

SMITE

The final match of the day will pit two EU teams against each other, Epsilon, who went 27-1 during the SPL Fall Split, and Fnatic, who are the longest tenured team in the Smite Pro Leagues. These two teams are long-time scrim partners, and know each other exceedingly well. Having said that, I am sure they both have saved some pocket strats for just such an occasion as this, and we will see those tricks of the trade shortly.Posted Jan 9, 2016 by Terry OBrien

World Championship - Day One Recap and Results

SMITE

Today was Day One here in Atlanta for the Smite World Championship, otherwise known as the Placement round. Two teams were eliminated today, leaving eight teams to move on. Cloud 9 (NA) and Paradigm (EU) have byes in the first round, so there are eight games to be played, and teams need to lose two to be eliminated.Posted Jan 8, 2016 by Terry OBrien

Are You a Brawler? Find Out Today!

TERA

With the arrival of the newest TERA class, the Brawler, folks are wondering if it's the class for them. Today you can find out by checking out this handy flow chart to assess your readiness to lay it all on the line as the Brawler!Posted Dec 21, 2015

Designing the Soundscape of Heart of Thorns

Guild Wars 2

Now several months beyond the launch of Heart of Thorns, the Guild Wars 2 team is shining a light on one of the more underappreciated arts of game development – sound design. To that end, we caught up with Jerry Schroeder and Drew Cady (Sound Designers each) to talk about the behind the scenes work of bringing the Maguuma Jungle and its denizens to life. Posted Dec 17, 2015 by William Murphy

Shop 'Til You Drop! Check Out This Week's Deals!

Whether you are still shopping for holiday sales or trying to find Star Wars tickets for opening night, this is what I would call the last “normal” week of 2015. Next week is all Star Wars and the week after is the Holidays. So get online and try to find any gifts you can. Posted Dec 12, 2015 by Garrett Fuller

Once You Go Perfect Black, You’ll Never Go Back - SPONSORED
Sponsored

Over the past few years, 4K (ultra HD, 3840 x 2160 pixels) TVs have become more and more common in the average home. As the new technology becomes more and more affordable, it too becomes widespread. People have thus become more used to higher quality, clear sound, and a better overall viewing experience. The leap forward in TV technology makes older technology (such as CRT television) seem archaic.Posted Dec 11, 2015

Cyber Monday 'Week' Coming to a Close But There Still Be Deals!

If you didn’t spend a fortune last weekend or on Cyber Monday and still have a few bucks left in your virtual wallet, well, there are still some great finds out there. Gamers looking for some last minute deals will find that even though Amazon’s busiest day has past us, there are some leftovers in the fridge from Thanksgiving. Posted Dec 4, 2015 by Garrett Fuller

2016: The Year of HK-55

Star Wars: The Old Republic

Yesterday’s producer’s livestream for Star Wars: The Old Republic was hyped up over the past couple of days. BioWare supposedly had some major plans for the game’s subscriber rewards program, and yesterday we found out what all the hype was about. Posted Dec 2, 2015 by Michael Bitton

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 before...in 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

EverQuest

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