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Divinity Original Sin 2: Showing Off the Improved Combat System

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This weekend I got to spend some time with the Divinity: Original Sin2 devs, and they were showing the new, and very much improved combat system that they have put together. One of the devs and I played a two-on-two skirmish, and I made the mistake of telling him not to take it easy on me, that I would learn more if he hit me full force. In retrospect, that was a huge error, as he trounced me quite handily.Posted Apr 25, 2016 by Terry OBrien

Elder Scrolls Legends: Finding the Sweet Spot in the TCG Market

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The surprise of PAX East was Elder Scrolls Legends. We heard about the card game from Bethesda at E3 however it has been quiet days since then. Out of nowhere the game appeared on the show floor and fans responded. In a nutshell, Legends is not just another online card game, it really captured us with the depth and changes to gameplay that the game is going to introduce to the market. Posted Apr 25, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Adding Depth to the Game & Ready for Release

Overwatch -  Interview

Just weeks before its release Overwatch had a huge presence at PAX East this year. We got the chance to play a few games which is always fun, but also we had time to sit with the development team and ask a few questions going into launch. Fans certainly lined up in droves as happens with most Blizzard games, but this year Overwatch has added depth to the game right before release. Something the fans had been asking about. Posted Apr 25, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Can Fishing Ever Be Fun?

Black Desert Online -  Column

I hate fishing in Black Desert Online. In fact, hate is a generous word: I absolutely loathe it. Every single MMO I’ve ever played always has a group of players desperately wanting fishing to be implemented and yet it has to be, without doubt, the most mind numbing profession ever devised. I’ve never once fished in an MMO and found it entertaining. In fact, I’m not even sure it’s possible to make it entertaining. Posted Apr 25, 2016 by Lewis Burnell

Release 29 - The Great Divide?

Shroud of the Avatar -  Column

Big changes and heated forum topics have made for an interesting month if you’re a fan of Shroud of the Avatar. Red Thomas took a trip to Austin and met with the devs to find out what all the commotion has been about, and to see if there are any surprises in the game’s 29th release.Posted Apr 25, 2016 by Red Thomas

Seven: A Gritty Post-Apocalyptic Story-Driven RPG

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At PAX East I got a look at Seven: The Days Long Gone, a new, story-driven, isometric RPG by IMGN.PRO and Fool’s Theory. In Seven you play Teriel, a young man whose skillset lends itself to thievery and sneakery. Teriel soon runs afoul of a bunch of cultists who subject him to a strange ritual, which causes the demon Artanak to be imprisoned within him. Artanak sends Teriel to Peh in the Vetrell Empire seeking… something. Given that it’s a demon looking for it, it can’t be good.Posted Apr 24, 2016 by Terry OBrien

EVE Fanfest 2016 - Understanding the Purpose of Project Nova

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At EVE FanFest, CCP Games made a brave decision: to share some of their latest projects with players, and let them go hands-on with the work-in-progress. For experiences that cut new ground, such as EVE: Valkyrie and Project Arena, there’s a certain wow-factor. But, as a first-person shooter, Project Nova has a much tougher crowd to please. Posted Apr 24, 2016 by Gareth Harmer

I Am Setsuna: Leveraging Modern Tech While Paying Homage to the Past

I Am Setsuna -  Preview

For anyone who is a fan of classic JRPGs, especially Chrono Trigger, I Am Setsuna is a game you should be looking forward to. This game leverages all the technological advances of the last 20 years while also paying homage to the old classics. Although I had previously heard about this game the demo here at PAX East was my first chance to actually play. Posted Apr 23, 2016 by Robin Baird

Fated: A Story-Driven VR RPG Experience

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I recently got the opportunity to see Fated: The Silent Oath, being produced by Frima, for Occulus, Playstation VR, and HTC Veve, slated for release at the end of April. I went into this with no idea what Fated was, or what to expect, and I must say I was blown away. Fated is a story-driven RPG, with a great deal of emphasis on the wide array of vibrant and interesting characters for you to interact with.Posted Apr 23, 2016 by Terry OBrien

Getting Ready for KickStarter

Chronicles of Elyria -  General

Yesterday at PAX we got the chance to speak with the Chronicles of Elyria team. The indie MMO had a booth at PAX just a few weeks before their Kickstarter goes live on May 3. The game was showing off its first combat build. The team explained their plans moving forward as they build out the team and the game for fans. Posted Apr 23, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Apr 23, 2016 Newsletter

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In Issue 536 of the MMORPG.com Newsletter, we look at Winning Putt and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Apr 22, 2016 by Michael Bitton

CCP Unveils Project Arena

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With a few notable exceptions, sports games aren’t usually something I’ll get excited about, which is why CCP’s latest idea fascinates me. Project Arena takes the ideas behind dodgeball and tennis, wraps them in some fun and futuristic mechanics, and presents them in full VR. The result is a game that’s immediately accessible and, surprisingly, huge fun to play.Posted Apr 22, 2016 by Gareth Harmer

Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization - The Non-MMO That Will Grab MMOers

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Sometimes you have to go offline to go online and then go online in a VR game inside a video game. No, you’re not being incepted, it’s just the new Sword Art Online game. Posted Apr 22, 2016 by Blake Morse

A Dark Souls-esque Gameplay Experience

Necropolis -  Preview

The Brazen Head is about to put you through the ringer in a new Dark Souls-esque gameplay experience with Necropolis. Just remember, if at first you don’t succeed, try and try and try and try and try and try again.Posted Apr 22, 2016 by Blake Morse

Ubisoft is Right to Punish Cheaters, Now to Fix Their Game...

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On April 12th, Ubisoft Massive released its first major content addition to The Division, finally adding its version of raids, called Incursions. While the additional content for max level players is welcome, the execution of the update was terrible. In no time at all, players were exploiting the raid and earning multiple max level items, breaking the Dark Zone while they were at it. Ubisoft needs to teach these players a harsh lesson.Posted Apr 22, 2016 by Christopher Coke

Duelyst: A Fine Mix of Hearthstone and Final Fantasy Tactics

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If you haven’t yet played Duelyst, you really should. A mix of CCG with a tactical battlefield like Final Fantasy Tactics, and a deep lore and history akin to a fine Joe Abercrombie novel, Duelyst is something special. We recently sat down with developer Counterplay Games founder and CEO Keith Lee to chat about the game’s progress since funding in 2014, and its impending launch and the future.Posted Apr 21, 2016 by William Murphy

CCP Introduces Project Nova, a Competitive 6v6 Shooter

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Today, at EVE FanFest, CCP announced Project Nova, a new free-to-play first-person shooter. Currently in development by the Shanghai team behind Dust 514 and Project Legion, this new effort rebuilds that core experience from the ground up. For shooter fans, Project Nova is intended to be an immediately familiar experience.Posted Apr 21, 2016 by Gareth Harmer

The Legacy Debate

World of Warcraft -  Column

There has been a lot of chatter on the internet lately about Legacy servers and Emulated servers for AAA MMOs. Rob weighs in with his opinions on Nostalrius Begins and the emulated server debate.Posted Apr 21, 2016 by Robert Lashley

A Chat with Pearl Abyss and Daum Games

Black Desert Online -  Interview

Black Desert Online is the newest darling in the MMORPG industry. Players are eager to learn what's next for the game, and what content they can expect over the coming months to catch the EU/NA client up to the KR one. We chatted with Daum Games EU and Pearl Abyss about just that, and have loads of info to share...Posted Apr 21, 2016 by William Murphy

Mounting Pressure

Wizard101 -  Column

Winnie the Pooh fans might think the new mount that was introduced with Mount-A-Palooza looks and sounds a bit familiar. Wizard101's newest mount, the Wuffalump, is an adorable baby elephant that you can customize in the dye shop by changing the colors of its saddle and toenails. In Winnie the Pooh, there is a giant purple elephant that goes by the name of Heffalump. As someone who grew up with Winnie the Pooh, I definitely approve of this cute nod. Posted Apr 20, 2016 by Vanessa Mythdust

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