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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!

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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

Doomsday - How Purpose is Being Returned to Capital Ships

EVE Online -  Preview

My favorite moment of EVE Vegas 2015 was the swell of the crowd when the first new doomsday weapon was shown to the audience that had travelled around the world to pack themselves into the Planet Hollywood conference center. As the laser beam charged, you could sense a spike in tension that, as the beam finally exploded forward and began cleaving a path across the sky, erupted into applause and excitement as fans cheered and screamed.Posted Oct 29, 2015 by Steven Messner

A Look Back at the First Month of Free

WildStar -  Column

A month following WildStar’s free-to-play conversion, columnist Gareth “Gazimoff” Harmer looks at some of the good and bad that’s surfaced since the switch.Posted Oct 29, 2015 by Gareth Harmer

Release 23 - Empowering the Shadows

Shroud of the Avatar -  Column

Shroud of the Avatar gets new content just in time for All Hallows Eve, so you can expect the 23rd release to contain all sorts of tricks and treats. Plus, this month has seen some needed focus on some of the… shadier… elements of role play. Red Thomas traveled to Austin and spoke with the team to learn more.Posted Oct 28, 2015 by Red Thomas

That's No Moon - Citadels Are the Death Stars of EVE

EVE Online -  Event

Traditionally, EVE Vegas was just a community meetup—a place where players could gather in the smoky casinos and drink until they were numb. But after last weekend and the massive details unleashed for EVE's next big expansion pack, many are wondering how long it will be until EVE Vegas eclipses Iceland's EVE Fanfest.Posted Oct 28, 2015 by Steven Messner

Obsidian's Fruitful Partnership with

Skyforge -  General and its parent company are quickly becoming a powerhouse in both publishing and developing new games for the worldwide market. Once mainly centered in Russia, the organization is looking to expand into North American and European markets, a fact that its partnership with California’s Obsidian Entertainment bears witness to. Posted Oct 28, 2015 by Suzie Ford

Knights of the Fallen Empire Boldly Pushes Forward

Star Wars: The Old Republic -  Review

Is it worth it for BioWare to try and build what seems like an actual singleplayer RPG on top of an MMO foundation? If we treat the first nine chapters of Knights of the Fallen Empire as BioWare’s sales pitch, I’m going to have to say yes. Posted Oct 28, 2015 by Michael Bitton

Warhammer The End Times: Vermintide - Paying Homage to the Old World

General -  Preview

If you follow Games Workshop you know that recently the classic version of Warhammer has changed a lot on the table top. However, the video games continue to pay homage to the old world with some great new games coming out. Vermintide happens to fall into the category. If you are a fan of survival style shooters (think Left 4 Dead) then this game hits on a lot of solid points.Posted Oct 27, 2015 by Garrett Fuller

Its Third Chance at a First Impression - Can It Still Impress?

Black Desert -  Preview

The day has finally come and servers are live for the Black Desert Online NA/EU Alpha for the first time. For Lock, however, this will be the third chance at a first impression. Can Black Desert still impress?Posted Oct 27, 2015 by Paul Nadin

The Five Best RPG Theme Songs

General -  Column

We at can’t be the only ones who walk around our houses in bathrobes humming the Duck Tales theme song. There’s something about a show’s title track that sticks with you long after you’ve watched it, and video games are no different in this respect. Roleplaying games are particularly well-known for having spectacular music, so here are five of the best RPG theme songs out there!Posted Oct 26, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

Equipment & Inventory

Chronicles of Elyria -  Developer Journal

With three layers of armor, WYSIWYG looting, equipment that effects your survival, and an innovative new inventory system, find out how Chronicles of Elyria continues to defy the status quo, to create the most immersive and challenging MMO to date.Posted Oct 26, 2015 by Jeromy Walsh

Tips for New Alpha Players

Black Desert -  General

With today’s start of the Black Desert Online European / North American alpha, thousands of players who have never tried any of the other international versions (Korean, Japanese, Russian) will be entering the game for the first time. With that in mind, there are a few things everyone should know before that initial log in, so we have prepared a small list to help with those first shaky steps into a new world. Posted Oct 26, 2015 by Suzie Ford

Heart of Thorns Review in Progress

Guild Wars 2 -  General

I’ve spent probably 15 hours since Friday in ArenaNet’s first expansion for Guild Wars 2, Heart of Thorns. In that time, I’ve had almost as much fun as I ever did in the game’s first months, but there’s also a hint of frustration as some systems seem a bit grindy at first glance. Today marks the first of several articles leading up to our final review, so read on for our initial thoughts.Posted Oct 26, 2015 by William Murphy

Oct 25, 2015 Newsletter

General -  Newsletter

In Issue 509 of the Newsletter, we look at Guild Wars 2 a and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Oct 25, 2015 by Michael Bitton

Descent: Underground Steams Ahead

General -  Column

Descent: Underground is out on Steam and Red Thomas heads to Austin for the event to spend an afternoon talking with the team. Major milestones are waiting right around the corner for backers of the project. Posted Oct 25, 2015 by Red Thomas