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Triple 6 on All Hallows Eve

Camelot Unchained -  Column

Six, yes I said SIX more classes have been unveiled since we last talked. If the Heavy Fighter and Archer class trios felt a bit more traditional (by CU standards) then the last two trios have pulled things right back into the veil of BSCU! Timing was perfect for Shapeshifters and Scouts if for no other reason because all six of these classes would feel right at home on All Hallows' Eve! They have the look, they have the mechanics, they have the darkness, ladies and gentlemen I smell alts!Posted Nov 4, 2015 by Timothy Eisenzimmer

Opining on Orsinium

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Orsinium is a DLC pack that is filled to the brim with features such as new storylines, new solo arena, shield dyes and much more does it have the longevity needed to keep players interested until the next DLC? Posted Nov 4, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

Hoping to Find Fans in the West

ASTA: The War of Tears and Winds -  Interview

ASTA is one of a couple games making their way to the West this year from Webzen. Set in a world of Asian Myth and Fantasy combined, ASTA is hoping to find fans here with its setting and unique take on combat. Posted Nov 3, 2015 by William Murphy

All About the Group Content

Saga of Lucimia -  Interview

After reading the developer diaries last month we still had a few questions for Saga of Lucimia. Luckily, they're always ready to chat! Read on to find out what lead developer Tim Anderson had to say.Posted Nov 3, 2015 by Robert Lashley

Chronicles of a New Eden - Realizing the Truth About EVE Online

EVE Online -  Column

Meeting someone in person that you've only ever talked to online is a surreal experience. When we talk to people on the internet, they tend to exist in this space where we ascribe them certain features and characteristics that aren't really based on anything. We hear a voice, maybe see a few photos, and our brains fill in a billion blanks so that the voice we hear isn't just some detached sound filtered through thousands of miles of cables. We compensate for what we don't know about them.Posted Nov 3, 2015 by Steven Messner

Enjoy Now, Stress Later

Guild Wars 2 -  Column

Detailed analysis and pointed criticism can come later. For now, Jason's just enjoying the Heart of Thorns experience.Posted Nov 2, 2015 by Jason Winter

Five Things We Love About Heart of Thorns

Guild Wars 2 -  Column

With Heart of Thorns now over a week old, and our review currently in progress, we wanted to spend this week pining over the things we really appreciate in ArenaNet’s first Guild Wars 2 expansion. Next week we’ll tally up a few aggravations, but for now let’s give credit where credit is due.Posted Nov 2, 2015 by William Murphy

Paradox and White Wolf Sitting in a Tree

World of Darkness -  Interview

Last week it was announced that CCP Games sold the rights and all assets of White Wolf Publishing (the folks behind the World of Darkness and Vampire: The Masquerade IPs) to none other than Paradox Interactive. In light of this, we called up the brand new CEO of White Wolf, Tobias Sjögren about the purchase and what it might mean for RPGs and MMOs with the White Wolf branding in the future.Posted Nov 2, 2015 by William Murphy

Heart of Thorns One Week In with Colin Johanson

Guild Wars 2 -  Interview

A little over one week into the launch of Heart of Thorns, and we caught ArenaNet's Colin Johanson napping long enough to coerce some answers out of him about the current state of the Guild Wars 2 expansion and how things are going inside the walls of the Bellevue, Washington based developer.Posted Nov 2, 2015 by William Murphy

Oct 31, 2015 Newsletter

General -  Newsletter

In Issue 511 of the Newsletter, we look at Black Desert a and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Oct 31, 2015 by Michael Bitton

The Planes of Hate and Fear Return in The Broken Mirror

EverQuest -  General

The Broken Mirror, the 22nd (!) expansion for the original EverQuest, will launch on Wednesday, November 18. The Daybreak developers recently demoed the expansion during a livestream event, and we’re recapping it all for those who missed it. Posted Oct 31, 2015 by Michael Bitton

10 Reasons Why PC is Still the Best Place to Play RPGs

General -  Column

The PC vs Console rivalry is once again hot. Bolstered by the injection of 2013’s new console hardware, both groups are closer than ever before. But we at MMORPG love our PCs. Sorry console friends, here are the top ten reasons why PC is still the best place to play RPGs.Posted Oct 31, 2015 by Christopher Coke

Is It a World of Tanks Killer?

Armored Warfare -  Review

Armored Warfare is Obsidian Entertainment’s entry into the arcade tank simulation free to play MMO genre. It is a thoughtfully paced tank shooter with semi-realistic armor mechanics. For those not familiar with the other major entries in this genre, like World of Tanks and War Thunder Ground Forces, Armored Warfare is not a game where your individual twitch skills are the deciding factor.Posted Oct 30, 2015 by Osium

How Players Will Soon Tackle Big Problems in Science

EVE Online -  Column

The Human Protein Atlas has a problem. In its database exists over 13 million images that need mapping, and there just simply aren't enough scientists to do it. But in the coming months, EVE Online players will be able to channel their passion for science fiction into solving this problem.Posted Oct 30, 2015 by Steven Messner

The Park - Funcom's Secret World Spin-Off is Worth Experiencing

General -  Preview

This review is going to be a bit different from our usual fare on MMORPG. For one reason, the Park isn’t so much a game as it is an interactive movie, and a short one at that. You’ll probably only need 1-2 hours to play through Lorraine’s nightmarish experience, but if you’re a fan of Funcom’s Horror MMORPG The Secret World, it’s more than worth the price of admission.Posted Oct 30, 2015 by William Murphy

Starting Anew with WildStar: Reloaded

General -  Column

I’ve always considered WildStar to be a great game with a lot of promise. I’ve praised it, I’ve critiqued it, and I’ve suggested it as one of our Five MMOs for Experienced Players. Carbine Studios’ flagship MMORPG has seen a lot of improvements and additions since its launch over a year ago, culminating in the free-to-play rebranding as WildStar: Reloaded last month.Posted Oct 30, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

The Champion - Crushing with Calculated Mayhem

Crowfall -  Column

In November, Pre-Alpha 1.1 testers will have the opportunity to play as Crowfall’s gigantic melee fighter called the Champion. And because there is no NDA, everyone else will have a chance to watch! They’re big, strong and pack a whollop. With a quick Reverse Chain Pull, the burly Champion can hurl himself at the enemy and then strike with powers such as Flying Neckbreaker, Massive Cleave or Whirling Pain.Posted Oct 30, 2015 by Mike Joseph

Redefining the Crafting System

Gloria Victis -  Developer Journal

Although still in development, the crafting system in Gloria Victis has reached an impressive level of complexity and authenticity, which were the fundamental goals of its development. However, to make sure that becoming a master craftsman will not be achieved through mindless, tedious repetition of gathering exactly the same materials to craft exactly the same items over and over.Posted Oct 30, 2015

Atlas Reactor - It's Like Chess...with Guns!

General -  Preview

Atlas Reactor was announced by Trion Worlds at the end of August with shooter fans taking note. After all, the game is one of the first to employ “team-based simultaneous turn-based action” tactics…though that terminology can certainly be somewhat nebulous. Broken into its component pieces, it’s all understandable enough but slapped together? Not quite as clear. That's where we come in.Posted Oct 30, 2015 by Suzie Ford

It's Not That Legendary

Sword Coast Legends -  Review

Last week N-Space and Digital Extremes launched Sword Coast Legends the top down RPG spiritual successor to the great Black Isle games of yesteryear. Read on for Rob’s impressions of the game and that genre in 2015.Posted Oct 29, 2015 by Robert Lashley