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Player Housing Part 1 – Architecture & Construction

Chronicles of Elyria -  Developer Journal

Build and customize your house and other buildings using Chronicles of Elyria’s player-created blueprints and modular housing. Also, learn how houses help store your extra inventory, make survival easier, and support CoE’s unique family system.Posted Nov 24, 2015 by Jeromy Walsh

We Need a Hero

General -  Editorial

During the heady days of post-Azeroth consumer boom and investor interest, the MMORPG was booming. So many new games… and so many that didn’t meet expectations of consumers or investors. Now, 11 years after the launch of World of Warcraft, it’s clearer now than ever before: we need a hero to save us from extinction.Posted Nov 24, 2015 by William Murphy

Legion Information Overload - Too Much of a Good Thing?

World of Warcraft -  Column

With the commencement of the limited "limited alpha" that includes VIPs, streaming notables, members of the games press, and some rank-and-file players, the information about the World of Warcraft: Legion expansion has flooded out the gate. Blizzard places no limits on its alpha players and, in fact, encourages them to stream game play, write about it, post impressions and screenshots and much more.Posted Nov 24, 2015 by Suzie Ford

Sword Art Online: Lost Song - Charming, but Archaic

General -  General

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

Hearthstone’s Best Tavern Brawls

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft -  Column

Each week, players can look forward to battling each other in often zany scenarios and rules with often hilarious results. This week, we’ll be taking a look at our five favorite Tavern Brawls, so go ahead and take a seat by the hearth!Posted Nov 23, 2015 by Michael Bitton

Stash Aims to Bring Back the Magic to MMORPGs

General -  Interview

Stash is a fully funded turn-based MMORPG currently closing up a Kickstarter. We caught up with the CEO Michael Hartman at Frogdice to talk all about the project, its housing system, its unique take on combat, and what players can expect now that the game is moving deeper into the development phases.Posted Nov 23, 2015 by Robert Lashley

Astral Terraform-ing in Early Release

Astral Terra -  Preview

Astral Terra is an Indie, fantasy-themed sandbox RPG developed by Tethys Interactive that has been in early access on Steam since November 10th. At this stage in its development, Astral Terra is in Alpha and allows players to get a look at the most basic elements of the game with an eye to the future. The future of Astral Terra will include such things as procedurally generated world created by players, complete with survival elements, character progression and much more. Posted Nov 22, 2015 by Catherine Daro

Nov 21, 2015 Newsletter

General -  Newsletter

In Issue 515 of the Newsletter, we look at Blade & Soul a and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Nov 21, 2015 by Michael Bitton

Venture Into the Labyrinth in Ascendancy

Path of Exile -  Preview

Grinding Gear Games is set to release Ascendancy, Path of Exile’s fourth expansion, sometime in early 2016 and we recently had the pleasure of sitting down with GGG’s Chris Wilson for a tour of the expansion’s key features.Posted Nov 20, 2015 by Michael Bitton

The Top 20 Highs and Lows of Fallout 4 So Far

General -  Column

Fallout 4 has been out for a little under a week and we’ve spent hours sinking into the wasteland. Join Chris as he recounts the top 20 highs and lows of the game so far! Plus Sword Coast Legends gets an update, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided gets a big delay, Pillars of Eternity’s - The White March Part II gets a release date, and more!Posted Nov 20, 2015 by Christopher Coke

A Clear Nod to the Old School Crowd

Tree of Savior -  Preview

For players who have been fans of Ragnarok Online but who are disappointed in the Ragnarok Online 2 sequel, it's time to listen up as Tree of Savior just may be the game you've been looking for, particularly in light of the fact that Tree is being developed by many of the same fine folks who brought you Ragnarok. Posted Nov 20, 2015 by Suzie Ford

Most Interesting Characters You’ll Meet in the Terrors of Thalumbra

EverQuest II -  Developer Journal

We're wrapping up EverQuest week with a look at the most interesting characters players can look forward to meeting in the EverQuest II expansion, Terrors of Thalumbra.Posted Nov 20, 2015

Legacy of the Baby Dragon

EverQuest II -  Developer Journal

One of the challenges of working on an MMO as long lasting as the EverQuest franchise is decisions made today may still be having effects to the game 10 years down the line. And with a total of 53 game programmers who’ve worked on EQ2 so far, there have been many different cooks adding ingredients to the codebase that’s the heart of the game.Posted Nov 19, 2015

Does It Have What It Takes to be the Next Big eSport?

Blade & Soul -  Preview

As part of my trip to South Korea, where I spent tons of time with Blade and Soul, learning about NCsoft, and a brief demo of a new NCsoft game that will be making the jump to the West, the big focus was undoubtedly on the healthy eSports scene that Blade and Soul has carved out for itself since it launched in the East four years prior. And now, after four years of building momentum, that scene is about to crack wide open as western audiences are allowed to compete.Posted Nov 19, 2015 by Steven Messner

The Brawler is a Knockout, But Not in the Way You Think

TERA -  Preview

During a recent preview event, we had the opportunity to both preview the new Brawler class coming with next month's TERA update, Knockout, and a chance to talk to Patrick Sun and the TERA team from En Masse about the update and what it means for the game.Posted Nov 19, 2015 by Garrett Fuller

A JRPG Fix On the Go

Zodiac -  Review

JRPGs are not just limited to consoles, PCs, and handheld gaming devices. Kobojo has created an original JRPG Zodiac: Orcanon Odyssey and released it for mobile phones. Read on for Rob’s review of this title from Kobojo.Posted Nov 19, 2015 by Robert Lashley

Getting Up to Speed with ArtCraft

Crowfall -  Developer Journal

Nearly a year after the game's announcement, the Crowfall team is one of the busiest in the MMO game space with regular updates and packed with community involvement. ArtCraft is excited to talk about all that's happened over the intervening months since the Crowfall project began and we're pleased to host this exclusive developer Q&A.Posted Nov 19, 2015

Launching in January and Primed to Invade the West

Blade & Soul -  Preview

Come this January, Blade & Soul will finally be available for North American and European audiences—a painfully long wait for those craving the masterful approach to combat in this far-eastern MMORPG. As part of a week-long event culminating in the Blade and Soul 2015 World Championships, NCsoft invited me to get an inside peek at the development of Blade and Soul, experiencing both how it intends to conquer eSports and provide an engaging online world to explore. Posted Nov 19, 2015 by Steven Messner

A 'Coding' Melting Pot

EverQuest -  Interview

An inside look at the many coders who have implemented their work into the game and how those early code threads have evolved with the game (e.g., Legacy of the Baby Dragon). Here to shed some light on the franchise’s evolution is Jennifer Chan (Technical Director) and Terry Michaels (Senior Producer) from Daybreak Games.Posted Nov 18, 2015

Why Twitch Needs Bob Ross

General -  Editorial

I was surprised that Twitch were putting on a marathon of The Joy of Painting, on the surface it seems so anathema to what Twitch is all about. Having said that, I wasn’t surprised at its initial popularity. The idea had tons of novelty for the usual twitch crowd, and the show is earnest enough that it makes for an easy target for that schoolboy ‘my first ironic detachment’ attitude that the videogame audience is so bound to.Posted Nov 18, 2015 by Paul Nadin

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