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Jan 30, 2016 Newsletter

General -  Newsletter

In Issue 524 of the Newsletter, we look at Albion Online and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Jan 30, 2016 by Michael Bitton

Project R's Impact on the Community

World of Warships -  Interview

If you have not been playing World of Warships recently this is a great weekend to join the game. Project R continues to run these past few weeks and brings players a chance to collect some great items in the game. Last week we hosted an interview with Chris Stott to get an idea on how the event was designed. With only a short time left to go on the event, it is now time to see how Project R has shaped the community. Posted Jan 29, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

The Culmination

EVE: Valkyrie -  Preview

EVE: Valkyrie has just entered alpha, before launching with the Oculus Rift later in March. Pulling on his own headset, columnist Gareth Harmer flies into New Eden to check it out.Posted Jan 29, 2016 by Gareth Harmer

Sometimes Great Potential Isn’t Enough

Bombshell -  Review

Bombshell is a newly arrived top-down action RPG from Interceptor Entertainment and publisher 3D Realms. The game centers on Shelly “Bombshell” Harrison, a female Duke Nukem style character. To say that Bombshell has traveled a rocky road to this day is something of an understatement. Which brings us to today and the question about whether or not that redevelopment time has made a difference.Posted Jan 29, 2016 by Suzie Ford

Minorities in Gaming - Theorizing Representation As Revolutionary

General -  Column

The question of representation in video games is not a new one, and continues to spark all kinds of discussions that range in topic and intensity. On one end of the spectrum, there are individuals and groups who advocate for the most possible diversity in gaming. On the other, there are camps who posit that there is no issue of representation in video games, or that it’s not a worthy topic of discussion.Posted Jan 29, 2016 by Som Pourfarzaneh

From F2P to B2P, Plans for Launch & Beyond

Albion Online -  Interview

Recently, Albion Online announced that they’d be dropping the F2P (free to play) payment model in favor of the buy to play (B2P) model used by games like Elder Scrolls Online and Black Desert Online. We sat down with Game Director Robin Henkys to discuss this change, and more about the ongoing plans for launch and beyond.Posted Jan 29, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

A Recap and Analysis of All the Recent News

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

These last couple of weeks have been fantastic for The Elder Scrolls Online. A plethora of information has come out about the future of ESO and the first DLC of this year, Thieves Guild. Let me tell you, almost everything looks exceptionally promising. I say almost because there was some bad news that was released. So let’s discuss the bad stuff first and then get into the good stuff.Posted Jan 28, 2016 by Ryan Getchell

The Test of Time - Champions Online

General -  Column

Rob is back with another entry in the Test of Time series. Next up? Champions Online.Posted Jan 28, 2016 by Robert Lashley

How a PC Port Should be Done

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen -  Review

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen for the PC is an example of a port done right, with slightly updated graphics, an improved framerate, and all of the additional content included. All of this combined easily makes this the definitive version of the game. Take note developers: THIS is how you do a PC port. Just try not to take so long next time, Capcom.Posted Jan 28, 2016 by Hive Leader

Release 26 - It's the Final Countdown

Shroud of the Avatar -  Column

If you’re Lord British, you make games. It’s what you do... If you’re a developer for Shroud of the Avatar, you release your 26th monthly update, and announce the final wipe. Red Thomas took a trip to Austin to find out more, but unfortunately the airlines lost his luggage, which included his selection of decent segues.Posted Jan 28, 2016 by Red Thomas

Review in Progress

Blade & Soul -  Editorial

We’ve been playing Blade & Soul alongside the million-plus new players to NCSOFT’s latest game over the past week and a half. In that time, we’ve leveled up an Assassin to 25, a Blade Dancer to 25, and several other alts. One thing’s for sure… B&S combat is superb. But is there more to it than that? Read on for our review in progress.Posted Jan 28, 2016 by William Murphy

Fresh Level 60 Guide - Part One

Marvel Heroes 2016 -  Other

Leveling up new characters and gearing them out is a familiar process for me, but it wasn’t until a recent discussion I had with our very own Som Pourfarzaneh about what to do at level cap that I realized figuring out what to do once done with the game’s story content can be daunting.Posted Jan 27, 2016 by Michael Bitton

Mutiny & a Snowstorm

Camelot Unchained -  Column

A few weeks is a long time on the internet. Last time I checked one day in internet time is equal to 2 weeks real time. CSE might as well have closed up shop and cancelled the game because they went 3 whole weeks without a typical (typically huge) update, at least I heard it was that long, but I’m too cool to care. Posted Jan 27, 2016 by Timothy Eisenzimmer

Teamwork Tips

Wizard101 -  Column

Admit it, you've pulled a Leeroy Jenkins at least once. The excitement and anticipation of battle can lead to some unprepared fights ... and that's okay sometimes. In fact, even if you have no idea what you're doing, most people can manage to muscle through a boss with little to no problems. However, that's not always the case and it usually won't play out well with unsuspecting cheating bosses. One of the most important aspects in any MMO is the idea of teamwork. Posted Jan 27, 2016 by Vanessa Mythdust

Chronicles of Entrath Hands-On Preview

Hex -  Preview

Last week, HEX Entertainment invited a handful of journalists to its Irvine office to try out the pre-release single player PvE campaign Chronicles of Entrath, from its trading card game/MMO, HEX. After roughly an hour and a half with the new mode I can say without hesitation that it's turned me, a jaded MMO veteran, into a TCG enthusiast. Posted Jan 27, 2016 by Neilie Johnson

Master X Master - A New Direction in the MOBA Genre

General -  Preview

Master X Master is the latest entry into the MOBA market for NCSoft. The game separates itself from the classic MOBA design by working a very strong action RPG style into its build. Players will not only be able to compete in matches, but also play through scenarios in co-op mode. Adding these two mechanics into a fresh MOBA design along with fun characters from NCSoft classics like Guild Wars and Blade & Soul, and you have a new direction in the MOBA genre. Posted Jan 27, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Co-Op, Crafting, and More with Mitch Gitelman

Necropolis -  Interview

Necropolis is an upcoming Action game with roguelike trappings, akin to the ever-popular games Dark Souls and Bloodborne. But Necropolis approaches the genre with a bit more humor, a little more irreverence, and a lot more dynamically generated dungeon romping. Read on for our interview with Harebrained Schemes’ Co-Founder and Studio Manager, Mitch Gitelman.Posted Jan 26, 2016 by William Murphy

The Bloodsong Update Brings New Meaning to Killer K-Pop

ArcheAge -  Preview

ArcheAge NA is just about 100% caught up with its KR forebear, as today patch 2.5 launches on the Trion Worlds servers, bringing with it tons of new content. Not the least of which, the game’s hardest 5-man dungeon to date comes in the form of a deadly opera house with more than a few secrets and tough bosses to be conquered. Read on for the full details.Posted Jan 26, 2016 by William Murphy

Now With More Shattering!

Guild Wars 2 -  Preview

The Shatterer has taken his lumps through the years, and not just from Tyria's greatest heroes pounding away at his front right foot. Ever since the Tequatl revamp, players have wanted a better, more interesting experience for something that's supposed to be one of the most dangerous monsters in all of Tyria. For many of us, the Shatterer holds a special place as the first major boss encounters we saw in Guild Wars 2, and it's high time he seemed dangerous again.Posted Jan 26, 2016 by Jason Winter

Calamity of War Interview with Tyler Sullivan

Cabal 2 -  Interview

Tomorrow marks the launch of Cabal 2’s latest update – Calamity of War. We had a chat with ESTsoft’s Tyler Sullivan about this latest content upgrade: the dungeons, new level cap increase, and brand new Nation War system. Read on for all the info.Posted Jan 26, 2016 by Garrett Fuller