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5 Reasons Why We Need a Fallout MMO

General -  Column

I’m just as excited about Fallout 4 as the next guy, and think our very own Bill Murphy wrote a great list of things that would be awesome to see in the game, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t say I was hoping it’d be announced as an MMO. What if there were a Fallout MMO and what if the developers actually made it the kind of game it has the potential to become?Posted Jun 8, 2015 by David Jagneaux

It’s Hammer Time!

General -  Column

New Heroes are on the way to Hearthstone and the announcement has upset a lot of players. We take a look at what’s on the way and why I think we all need to relax. Posted Jun 8, 2015 by Reza Lackey

Heart of Thorns Gives Us Back Our Voice

Guild Wars 2 -  Column

Some of the greatest heroes in video games have been silent, letting their actions speak for them. Those days are mostly gone now, as a player's character can now chime in on a conversation. Guild Wars 2's Living World stepped away from the cut scene conversations, and placed them in game, but our characters stopped talking due to technical limitations. That's changing with the expansion, as Heart of Thorns will give us our voices back!Posted Jun 8, 2015 by David North

Get in There & Enjoy Fiends & Frenzy

Darkest Dungeon -  Interview

This past week we caught up with Tyler Sigman and Chris Bourassa from Darkest Dunegon. The game came out in early access this past February and has been doing extremely well on Steam. We’ve covered the game a lot here at in recent months and are now checking in with the team about their latest Fiends & Frenzy patch. Posted Jun 8, 2015 by Garrett Fuller

Jun 7, 2015 Newsletter

General -  Newsletter

In Issue 493 of the Newsletter, we look at ARK and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Jun 7, 2015 by Michael Bitton

The General’s Order of Battle

World of Tanks Generals -  Preview

Collectible Card games are all the rage as of late. There is something about building your deck out of cards you have collected that fit your play style and master strategy that appeals to gamers who want to feel more in control of their gaming destiny.Posted Jun 6, 2015 by Franklin Rinaldi

LEGO vs. Minecraft

General -  Column

Danish toy company LEGO recently announced that it will be releasing LEGO Worlds, an answer to the massively-popular Minecraft. Lego already sells Minecraft toy sets, so what was the thought process behind this decision? I am not so sure, and some people have cried “a little too little, too late” but I wonder about that assessment.Posted Jun 5, 2015 by Beau Hindman

How FFXIV is About to Get More Accessible

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn -  Column

Victor rounds up the changes coming to FFXIV that should making accessing Heavensward less troublesome for everyone. Read on for Victor's full thoughts and details on the recently announced changes.Posted Jun 5, 2015 by Victor Barreiro Jr.

Three Things We Want from Persona 5

General -  Column

The Persona games comprise an exclusive type of club, in that if you haven’t spent any time with them, you likely won’t have any idea what they’re about. Truly, even if you have played some of them, you might still feel confused about why they’ve engendered such a huge cult following and a number of anime and film offshoots.Posted Jun 5, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

Will Elder Scrolls Online Satisfy RPG Fans?

General -  Column

Zenimax emailed me this week. The email was a reminder that I’d paid my $20 to unlock the PS4 version of Elder Scrolls Online and that the game would be launching next Tuesday. I had the tingle, my friends; the little flurry of excitement just before a game you’re looking forward to. Then I remembered just how divided the game’s community was at launch. It makes me wonder, will ESO be a hit or will it just disappoint Elder Scrolls fans who don’t know what they’re in for?Posted Jun 5, 2015 by Christopher Coke

First Impressions of ARK Early Access

ARK: Survival Evolved -  Editorial

Let me put this out there: loads of wild dinosaurs, riding them, pooping, eating it, farming with it, PVE and PVP servers, loads of crafting and progression. 70-100 players per server for now, with hundreds promised down the road to launch in 2016. Does this sound like a game you might want to try? If so, read on because ARK: Survival Evolved is quickly becoming my sleeper of 2015.Posted Jun 5, 2015 by William Murphy

Console Version Rebuilt from the Ground Up

World of Tanks -  Interview

The Evolution of World of Tanks is upon us with its metamorphosis from the limitations of the Xbox 360 to the abundant horsepower of the Xbox One. Wargaming has taken their highly successful game World of Tanks and rebuilt it from the ground up. Posted Jun 4, 2015 by Franklin Rinaldi

Satellite Reign: Insert Weather Pun Here

General -  Preview

As promised last week I’m back today with hands on impressions of Satellite Reign. The first thing I can tell you from the initial few hours that I spent in this cyberpunk city is the developers could have called this one Satellite Rain, because it did a lot of that. But all weather puns aside the game has promise if not mass appeal and fans of strategy games will want to pay attention to this one.Posted Jun 4, 2015 by Robert Lashley

Chatting All Things Star Wars: Uprising with Daniel Erickson

General -  Interview

Kabam RPG is bringing the next AAA Star Wars RPG to mobile platforms with Star Wars: Uprising. We recently sat down with senior director of design Daniel Erickson to learn all about the upcoming title.Posted Jun 4, 2015 by Michael Bitton

Chris Kluwe on GamerGate, eSports, and the Future of Online Gaming

General -  Interview

For eight years, Chris Kluwe was one of the most controversial players in the NFL. But he’s also been a life-long gamer, and a huge fan of World of Warcraft and League of Legends. In this wide-ranging interview, contributing columnist Morgan Ramsay spoke with Kluwe at length about whether esports are real sports, the state of GamerGate, and what's next for him after football.Posted Jun 4, 2015 by Morgan Ramsay

The Great Tank Makeover

World of Tanks -  Preview

Games are made available on a new console all the time, not many however get a complete makeover from the ground up. World of Tanks is a great game on the Xbox360, but the visual and auditory makeover to bring it to the Xbox One is a work of art.Posted Jun 3, 2015 by Franklin Rinaldi

We Are Older Than Average Gamers

Camelot Unchained -  Column

I feel comfortable saying the majority of CU backers hailed from DAOC, which launched on October 10, 2001. Back then, MMORPGers were likely a bit ahead of the times, had a decent chunk of expendable income (or their parents did) and were likely more…um, “mature” (for lack of a better word) than the toddlers walking around playing phone “apps” these days.Posted Jun 3, 2015 by Timothy Eisenzimmer

What We Want from Fallout 4

General -  General

As Mike B will attest, Fallout is a special series for us here at While the series has never gotten an MMO or true online treatment, we’re still fans of the venerable and highly regarded franchise. And today, with the announcement of Fallout 4 from Bethesda, we figured there’s no better time to postulate about what we want to see in the newest version of the Wasteland.Posted Jun 3, 2015 by William Murphy

The Debate Over Pay to Win

General -  Column

The way we pay for games is the hot topic yet again in the blogosphere. Is “pay to win” a bad thing for MMOs, or should we just accept it as the future of the industry?Posted Jun 3, 2015 by Jessica Cook

The Reason I Canceled My Subscription

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Yes, you’re reading that right, I canceled my ESO subscription last week. The Elder Scrolls Online is a great game and anyone who is thinking of purchasing it for the consoles when it releases on June 9th I would still recommend them to do so. There is no denying that ESO is easily worth its initial investment but I can’t say with confidence that it’s worth the continuous investment.Posted Jun 3, 2015 by Ryan Getchell