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Dying Light First Impressions

General -  Column

you’re forgiven if your response was, “wait, that zombie game?” Even though the marketing did an terrible job of explaining the RPG side of Dying Light, I’ve spent a few hours with the game and have no reservations: Dying Light has the reanimated heart of a roleplaying game. Purists may not be happy, but if can wrap your head around first-person, zombie smashing, breakneck parkour with a dash of survival, and deep character progression, you have a first-of-its-kind RPG.Posted Jan 30, 2015 by Christopher Coke

Waging a Campaign to Rule the World

Blackguards 2 -  Review

Blackguards 2 is the sequel to 2013’s strategy role playing game Blackguards by Daedalic Entertainment. At the beginning of Blackguards you will find yourself at the bottom of a dungeon and at the edge of your sanity with your only companions a jailer who hates you and spiders that want to eat you. From these humble beginnings you will wage a campaign to rule the world.Posted Jan 30, 2015 by Robert Lashley

PAX South 2015: One Gigantic Interview

Gigantic -  Interview

Of all the new games I tried at PAX South, my favorite had to be Gigantic, Motiga's arena battler, with its colorful and diverse cast of characters and smooth, accessible gameplay. After a couple of games, in which I performed surprisingly well (I'm as surprised as you are) I had the chance to sit down with Joe Pikop, Gigantic's Lead Character Artist and talk about how the game looks and plays.Posted Jan 30, 2015 by Jason Winter

Unpacking the Heart of Thorns Announcement

Guild Wars 2 -  Column

We’ve been waiting a good long while for any peep about a full-fledged expansion for Guild Wars 2. ArenaNet’s flagship has seen a host of Living World updates, gameplay and feature additions, and balance tweaks, but the promise of a canonical expansion has been elusive. Just last month, I wrote about some alternatives to GW2’s Living World, with an expansion being the obvious choice to drive the post-launch game forward and create a new revenue stream.Posted Jan 30, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

A Gothic Roguelike Not for the Faint of Heart

Darkest Dungeon -  Preview

At its most basic level, Darkest Dungeon is a Gothic themed side-scrolling turn-based RPG that emphasizes the psychological stresses of dungeon crawling. Ever wonder what’s going on in the head of your Demon Hunter as she explores the nightmarish depths of Hell in Diablo 3? Surely, our heroes are tough – but at some point all of this horror must take a toll, right?Posted Jan 30, 2015 by Michael Bitton

Cantina Tour at PAX South: A New Hope

Star Wars: The Old Republic -  Column

This past weekend, several members of BioWare Austin descended upon San Antonio for PAX South in the latest Star Wars: The Old Republic Cantina Tour stop. In it, guests were treated to the usual Q&A interspersed with prizes for correctly answering trivia questions. Unusually, the event was actually held on-site at PAX and required a badge although it wasn't a part of official programming.Posted Jan 29, 2015 by Jean Prior

WTF is a TGN?

General -  Other

Ever since our recent partnership with MMORPG, us YouTube-loving gamers here at TGN have noticed that a lot of MMO players have absolutely no idea what we do! Well, we think a little introduction is long overdue. Posted Jan 29, 2015 by Joel Bergeron

PAX South 2015 - Cruising Through With The Oculus Rift

Elite: Dangerous -  Preview

Conventions are all about trying new things, and I did just that at PAX South, sampling for the first time two of the hottest new pieces of tech – software and hardware – that gamers are drooling over: Elite: Dangerous and the Oculus Rift.Posted Jan 29, 2015 by Jason Winter

PAX South 2015: First Look at CABAL 2

General -  Preview

When someone invites you up to their hotel room, unless you’ve been sharing drinks at the bar and developed a certain subtle understanding, it’s typically a good idea to refuse. When the word “cabal” is uttered in the same proposition, a thrown glass for distraction and immediate sprint for the nearest exit would be the course of wisdom.Posted Jan 29, 2015 by Red Thomas

Scrolls: The Overshadowed Second Game

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When your first game as a developer was an incredible hit like Mojang’s Minecraft, this means unavoidably a hard life for whatever comes next. While it’s almost impossible to live up to expectations, at least you have the benefit of the spotlight. However, you are really out of luck when at the same time one of the industry leaders decides to release a game in the same genre – which happened with Blizzard and Hearthstone. Scrolls was unlucky enough to get overshadowed not only once, but twice.Posted Jan 29, 2015 by Markus Rohringer

Everything’s for Sale on the Kings Road

KingsRoad -  Review

The iOS port of Kings Road brings this action RPG game to the mobile platform. It is marginally an MMO as there is a town square, guild functions and group play. A linear game, skills and features (blacksmith, alchemist, banker) open up as you play as well as getting spammed with items to buy every time you set foot in town – which is at log-in and at quest completion. Posted Jan 29, 2015 by Carolyn Koh

Marvel Heroes’ Team-Up Overhaul Sounds Promising

Marvel Heroes 2015 -  Column

I have to say I was a bit surprised at how far Gazillion is planning to take the overhaul of Team-Ups. Sure, Team-Ups have flaws that needed to be addressed, but from the looks of it, Gazillion is planning to expand on Team-Ups such that they’re almost full-blown characters on their own. Posted Jan 28, 2015 by Michael Bitton

PAX South 2015 - Checking Out Undead Labs' Mobile MMO

Moonrise -  Preview

The first thing I thought of when I saw Moonrise, Undead Labs collaboration with Kabam to make an MMO for mobile devices was the usual, “Oh, it's a mobile game? For casuals, then. Not a real MMO.” As I sat in the Undead Labs booth at PAX South, the developers were quick to try and dispel that notion. Moonrise may not quite be World of Warcraft, but it's not Puzzles & Dragons: The MMO either.Posted Jan 28, 2015 by Jason Winter

PAX South - A Sci-Fi Carnival of Destruction

Rebel Galaxy -  Interview

“Outlawed doesn’t mean outgunned,” is the mantra of Rebel Galaxy’s announcement trailer, and it sets the tone for this open-world and in-your-face sci-fi carnival of destruction. Featuring a host of alien races and ships, the game is a single-player experience where you’re captain of a destroyer-sized vessel trying to make your way through a crazy universe.Posted Jan 28, 2015 by Red Thomas

Are ESO Subs Going to Plummet?

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

With the announcement of The Elder Scrolls rebranding itself to The Elder Scrolls: Tamriel Unlimited and utilizing a Buy to Play model a lot of people are questioning if it is worth subscribing to the game after March 17th, myself included. Let me explain why.Posted Jan 28, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

Identity: What You Do is Completely Up to You

General -  Column

If life were an MMO that MMO would be called Identity. For those who don’t know it may seem like the creators of Identity, Asylum Entertainment came out of nowhere, but in fact they have a lot of experience with the modern sandbox game. Asylum Entertainment is to this point best known for their Arma III mod Asylum’s Altis Life.Posted Jan 27, 2015 by Shannon Doyle

Dreadnought: A Game to Watch

General -  Preview

It looked a bit too console-oriented for me, so I started to walk on past the Dreadnought booth, but with some time to kill before my next interview, I decided to check it out. Boy am I glad I did. Of all the games I saw at PAX South, this is the game I think folks need to be watching out for. It hasn’t gotten a lot of attention, but I had so much fun playing the game that it was ridiculous.Posted Jan 27, 2015 by Red Thomas

My Ten Favorite Mobile MMORPGs

General -  Column

Mobile MMOs have long been one of my favorite things. I love the fact that the games are portable; not really because I find myself out-and-about and in need of a gaming fix that often (I work out of my home, after all, so when I leave the house I leave it) but because I like the toy-ness of it all.Posted Jan 27, 2015 by Beau Hindman

The Player's Choice Awards - Game of the Year

General -  Awards

We know you're all sick of award polls, but this is the last one... for now. We've curated the best of the best from 2014 and are asking YOU which games you think had the most excellent year. Both RPGs and MMOs are represented, so click through and vote!Posted Jan 27, 2015 by William Murphy

The Game I Should Have Played

PoxNora -  Interview

I remember seeing PoxNora at SOE Live a few years ago. At the time, I was excited to get an initial look at PlanetSide 2, which was then in the later stages of development. PoxNora had been around for several years even at that time, and I remember thinking that I should go check it out, but I didn’t. Well, I corrected that former mistake this year at PAX South, and I was pretty impressed by what I found.Posted Jan 26, 2015 by Red Thomas

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