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Hearts of Stone Adds More Everything to the Witcher 3

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt -  Interview

Hearts of Stone is the first of several planned expansions to this year's phenomenal RPG, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. We reached out to CDProjektRed with some questions about what we can expect from the add-on, and we were not disappointed with the answers. Posted Sep 28, 2015 by William Murphy

The Five Best MMOs for New Players

General -  Column

Jumping into a new MMO can be an intimidating experience for even the most seasoned players, especially those who have little familiarity with MMORPGs in general. Most of us on the site play MMOs like doing so is our job, and yet there are still some times when I start up a new game, or an existing one that I haven’t touched in a while, and feel the familiar sense of panic when I see how many skills or activities are available.Posted Sep 28, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

Contracts and Player-Created Professions

Chronicles of Elyria -  Developer Journal

Contracts give power back to the players, enabling an infinite number of character-driven occupations. The foundation for marriages, guilds, trade agreements, in-game mail systems, families, and even governments, contracts make Chronicles of Elyria one of the first true sandbox MMOs.Posted Sep 28, 2015 by Jeromy Walsh

Pappy's Top Ten Stories

WildStar -  Developer Journal

Pappy here. Today I'm going to talk about some of the greatest stories that players will experience in WildStar. But before we jump into that, I figured I better rewind just a bit for those players who might have never played our game.Posted Sep 28, 2015

Should Studios Outsource?

General -  Column

Player Versus Player, MMORPG’s bi-weekly debate in text, is back! This week our writers are talking outsourcing. Selling labor is a reality of the times and is also part and parcel of modern game development. Even though most jobs stay in the U.S, we ask are so many hands in the cookie jar a good thing? Posted Sep 27, 2015 by Christopher Coke

Tome of the Sun – A Uniquely Chibi Take on the Action RPG

General -  Interview

Tome of the Sun is one of several games Chinese megapublisher NetEase is hoping will capture western minds and attention spans this year. We caught up with Game Designer Alex Liang to chat about the unique mobile action RPG and how it plays.Posted Sep 27, 2015 by William Murphy

Sep 26, 2015 Newsletter

General -  Newsletter

In Issue 507 of the Newsletter, we look at Wild Terra and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Sep 26, 2015 by Michael Bitton

ARK: Survival Evolved - Where RPG and Survival Collide

General -  Column

This week, the RPG Files digs into ARK: Survival Evolved and how its excellent blend of RPG mechanics and survival gameplay make it a game RPG fans should pay close attention to. But not buy. You heard us right. Read on to find out why and all of the week’s RPG news!Posted Sep 26, 2015 by Christopher Coke

Eternal Arena Looks to Capture PVE Fans with its Hybrid MMO MOBA

General -  Interview

NetEase is a big player in China’s gaming market, and they’re poised to make a splash here in the west with a host of MMOs for mobile platforms later this year. We caught up with the Eternal Arena team and its Content Designer Brad O’Farrell to talk about the unique hybrid of MMORPG and MOBA his team is creating.Posted Sep 26, 2015 by William Murphy

ELOA: The Game, The Controversy & The Future

General -  Interview

ELOA Online has been in Korea now for some time, and in the US and EU as Inspirit Online. However, it turns out that Inspirit is an unauthorized version of the MMO, and now Webzen is officially bringing ELOA to the West later this year. We reached out to the developers to chat about the controversy, the game itself, and their thoughts on the future of MMOs.Posted Sep 25, 2015 by William Murphy

Making the Game of Our Dreams, A Chat with Denis Poprykin

Wild Terra -  Interview

Wild Terra, inspired by Ultima Online and other legendary games, is firmly in its alpha stage of development with big plans for the future. We had the opportunity to chat with Developer and Executive Producer Denis Poprykin to find out much more about this indie open world sandbox title.Posted Sep 25, 2015 by Suzie Ford

The Greatest MMOs of All Time - Numbers 25 to 16

General -  Editorial

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. Posted Sep 25, 2015 by William Murphy

KotFE May Be the Expansion You’re Looking For

Star Wars: The Old Republic -  Preview

It may seem at odds to use the words “epic” and “accessible” in the same sentence, but Bioware and EA’s upcoming expansion to Star Wars: The Old Republic seeks to embody both of those terms in equal measure. If the entirety of Knights of the Fallen Empire (KotFE) is matched by the brief playthrough that I was privy to at an offsite preview yesterday, the expansion is going to pack quite a bit of a punch, while still being inviting to newer players.Posted Sep 25, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

Five Reasons You Should Try Free-to-Play

WildStar -  Column

WildStar’s free-to-play launch is just around the corner, with servers being switched on 29 September. If you’re still on the fence about grabbing that download, here are five reasons why you should give it a shot.Posted Sep 25, 2015 by Gareth Harmer

HTC Vive: Not in Kansas Anymore

General -  Column

In between appointments with indie game developers at PAX Prime this year I was able to slip in and experience the HTC Vive. If this is the first you are hearing of the Vive it is HTC’s entry into the virtual reality space in collaboration with Valve (you know, those people behind Steam). I’ve used the first two versions of the Oculus Rift so I had a general idea of what to expect. However what I experienced was leaps and bounds ahead of what I have experienced in previous years.Posted Sep 24, 2015 by Robert Lashley

Calculating the Jump to Hyperspace (and a New Expansion) For Non-Subscribers

Star Wars: The Old Republic -  Column

In approximately a month's time, subscribers to Star Wars: the Old Republic will be playing the new expansion and no doubt blazing a trail through the nine chapters of the new story that will be released at launch. Whether you prefer to gobble it up in one sitting or take your time and savor, there's plenty of new BioWare-flavored story to enjoy. However, let's take a look at what will happen if you're not a subscriber.Posted Sep 24, 2015 by Jean Prior

Ah, the Joy of Blowing Up Large Ships On Screen

World of Warships -  Review has created a fantastic presence in the online space with its historical combat games. World of Tanks burst onto the scene and rose to power as one of the best battle arena games created in years. It stayed true to history and quickly gained the respect of millions of players. World of Warplanes had a tougher time of it. The key to these games is having maps which give players a chance to compete, not too many obstacles in the open air.Posted Sep 24, 2015 by Garrett Fuller

The Taken King Review - No Longer Taken for Granted

Destiny -  Review

My relationship with Destiny is complicated. On one hand, it would only take a subtle prodding to get me to unleash a violent torrent of criticisms and resentment towards a game that was so obviously a shell of its true potential. On the other hand, I had sunk more time into it than I would ever care to admit in front of polite company. And so, Destiny made me a walking hypocrite.Posted Sep 24, 2015 by Steven Messner

Free-to-Play and You

WildStar -  Developer Journal

Greetings readers! I’m Mike Donatelli, Product Director for Carbine Studios’ WildStar. We are less than a week away from a major moment in our game’s history as we’ll be switching over to a free-to-play business model on September 29. The decision to change business models was not a light one, and we put a lot of thought and debate into when, why and how we were going to do it. Posted Sep 24, 2015

Ethan Casner Discusses Crowdfunding & The Project's Future

Divergence Online -  Interview

We recently caught up with Divergence Online's Ethan Casner to get an update on the game's somewhat rocky development and find out where things go from here.Posted Sep 23, 2015 by Michael Bitton