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Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire - New Info, Including Release Window

General - Interviews

Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire recently opened a FiG crowdfunding campaign to great success, completing its initial funding goal in less than a day. We had the opportunity to chat with the team to learn more about Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire. See what they had to say.Posted Feb 3, 2017 by Christopher Coke

PAX South 2017: MetaArcade – Old-School Text-Based Adventures Meet Modern Content Creation

General - Columns

If you're a gamer and a child of the '80s like me, you probably spent a fair amount of time curled up with Choose Your Own Adventure books. If you're super-nerdy, you might have gotten into some of the more advanced titles that added actual gameplay systems – dice, combat, equipment, etc. – beyond simple decision-making. My favorites were the ones based on Advanced Dungeons & Dragons and Car Wars.Posted Feb 3, 2017 by Jason Winter

From Game to MMORPG

Chronicles of Elyria - Columns

This week Tim Eisen looks for news within the news and wonders how the game world eventually becomes a massive multiplayer online world.Posted Feb 3, 2017 by Tim Eisen

For Honor - Endless War

General - Columns

Not sure what to expect Rob jumped into the For Honor Beta. He survived long enough to send back this report.Posted Feb 2, 2017 by Robert Lashley

Closed Beta 3 Report

Revelation Online - Columns

Revelation Online tries hard to turn you away for the first 20 or so levels. Rarely have I played a game whose introductory quests are such a jumble of mechanics and narrative. But by level 30, the story begins to make more sense, the game’s other features begin to open up, and a game that’s worth playing comes out of the shadows. Posted Feb 2, 2017 by William Murphy

PAX South 2017: Getting Hyper Active With Nexon's New MOBA

General - Previews

Hyper Universe is Nexon's new entry into the MOBA space, a free-to-play side-scrolling game with a colorful cast of characters and multiple levels of action. It's developed by CwaveSoft, a Korean developer founded by a former head director at Nexon. I had a chance to try it out this weekend at PAX South, and my overall impression is … well, it's a MOBA.Posted Feb 2, 2017 by Jason Winter

Tips for Starting Out in Conan Exiles

Conan Exiles - Guides

Given all of the connectivity and stability issues going on with Conan Exiles, I’ve not been able to make it too far into the game, but after many restarts, you tend to pick up a few things! This week, we’ll be sharing some tips for starting out in Conan Exiles.Posted Feb 1, 2017 by Michael Bitton

What Happens When You Die?

Crowfall - Columns

The success of a death mechanic may rely more heavily on how it feels than if it works. Ironically the death loop in a PVP game could kill it (pun, + 50 XP). In assessing it we see the classic battle between emotions and facts, intangibles and tangibles, interpretation and observation. As described I can tell you death in Crowfall already sounds like it will work just fine. How do I know? It utilizes a conventional Artcraft technique, familiarity with a twist. Posted Feb 1, 2017 by Tim Eisen

Trion Worlds at PAX South 2017: The Past, Present, and Future of ArcheAge and Atlas Reactor

General - General Articles

It's been a rough past few months for Trion Worlds. How rough? So rough that another gaming news website needs a “Mess Roundup” page to try and keep up with all the problems and negative news surrounding one of its titles.Posted Feb 1, 2017 by Jason Winter

Bring On Morrowind – A New Chapter This June

Elder Scrolls Online - Columns

Elder Scrolls Online is launching their first standalone Chapter this June. ESO: Morrowind launches on the 15 year anniversary of the Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, and brings players in direct contact with Vivec as he tries to stop something terrible from happening in Vvardenfell. With the new 30+ hour storyline comes a new class (Warden), a new Trial, PVP Battlegrounds, and more. We’re unpacking the announcement and reacting to it all in this week’s column.Posted Feb 1, 2017 by William Murphy

Team Ballistix and the eSports Juggernaut

Heroes of the Storm - Interviews

During BlizzCon 2016, Team Ballistix surprised the world when they won the Heroes of the Storm World Championship. We caught up with Patrick Soulliere, Global eSports and Gaming Marketing Manager for Ballistix Gaming to talk about the team, esports, and the future.Posted Jan 31, 2017 by William Murphy

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Returning Companions & Continuing Saves

Pillars of Eternity - Interviews

Pillars of Eternity II began its crowdfunding on Fig last week, and is already tearing through its stretch goals after securing enough initial funding to complete the game. We caught up with Obsidian’s Josh Sawyer to talk about the game’s import save system, and its returning companions. Read on for some insight into the story and mechanics of Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire.Posted Jan 31, 2017 by William Murphy

Running the Dauntlet - Hands On Review & Impressions From PAX South 2017

Dauntless - Previews

Dauntless was the game I was looking forward to seeing the most at PAX South. Phoenix Labs' giant-monster battler captured my, and a lot of other people's, attention with its splashy debut at the Video Game Awards late last year, and I couldn't wait to take my turn to hunt down a giant monster and mount its head on my virtual trophy wall.Posted Jan 31, 2017 by Jason Winter

Top 5 Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen Features We’re Really Excited About

General - Columns

Over the past months we have closely been following Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen. Brad McQuaid has done a fantastic job of roping in old school MMO mechanics with a new twist and an exciting world for players. Pantheon heralds back to Brad’s success with Everquest, but it also break ground into a new future for MMORPGs. Posted Jan 31, 2017 by Garrett Fuller

The New Margoria Expansion is a Refreshing Change of Pace

Black Desert Online - Columns

This past week the Black Desert Online world grew much larger, adding an absolutely massive ocean in its newest expansion, Margoria. Here are my thoughts and first experiences playing around with this nautical content patch.Posted Jan 31, 2017 by Adam Pipich

The Year of the Rooster

Guild Wars 2 - Columns

The Lunar New Year has been a historically popular festival for Guild Wars 2, despite its comparatively small impact on the world and limited events. Tt is an extremely profitable time to be playing with some special rewards that benefit both old and new players. It also remains one of the few festivals now that is getting yearly love from development, as the theme of the festival changes according to the zodiac for the year. Posted Jan 30, 2017 by Alexander Wilkie

Path of Exile: The Exiled Tribune: Climbing the Ladder Alone & Starting a Microtransaction Revolution

Path of Exile - Columns

This week, the Path of Exile team has some interesting tidbits of information to share with its community in the form of the forthcoming "Solo Self-Found" mode coming to ladder participation with 2.6.0 We'll take a peek inside the design of the labyrinth and check out the second round of winners from the PoE Talent Competition. Lastly, we'll take a look at some new microtransactions and talk with devs about how Grinding Gear is on the cutting edge of funding Path of Exile.Posted Jan 30, 2017 by Suzie Ford

Around the World in Zurvan Extreme (Plus: Patch 3.51)

Final Fantasy XIV - Columns

Another extreme trial comes with Final Fantasy XIV’s latest patch, The Far Edge of Fate. This time it’s our boy Zurvan, the Demon of the Warring Triad, in Containment Bay Z1T9 — but you can call him Zurvy.Posted Jan 30, 2017 by Michael O’Connell-Davidson

Hurts so Good

Dark and Light - Previews

MMOs have spent the last decade heading down the ever-more-accessible theme park road, hoping perhaps, to “solve” the intimidatingly competitive aspects of old school games in the genre. Undoubtedly, that's been the developer's path to a healthy bottom line. Still, many a venerable RPG-er (and plenty of MMO newbies) hanker for a more dangerous role-play experience, and Snail Games' upcoming survival MMO Dark and Light plans to give it to them.Posted Jan 30, 2017 by Neilie Johnson

Early Access Review - Warring With Friends

Tiger Knight - Review

Does Tiger Knight have what it takes to lure you onto its battlefield? Find out in our early access review?Posted Jan 28, 2017 by Victor Barreiro Jr.