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Forge - A Conversation with CEO Jared Kim

General -  Interview

There is a new social media tool aimed at gamers running wild on the internet. Forge is attempting to become the go to spot for your gaming highlights. Posted Mar 24, 2016 by Robert Lashley

Diving Into the Test Realm Waters

Wizard101 -  Column

It's that time once again! KingsIsle dropped the spring update into the test realm last Thursday while they were preparing for a big weekend of SXSW fun. The update touches upon many aspects of the game and has been well received overall. Although not a huge update, I do feel that it's an important one. Some elements included in it have even been requested by players for years!Posted Mar 24, 2016 by Vanessa Mythdust

The Lack of Endgame is Not a Problem That Needs Solving

Black Desert Online -  General

As I round up on yet another week with Black Desert Online I’m no closer to my goal of hitting at least level 45 before assigning a score… and it’s not for lack of trying. Black Desert’s a game that’s custom built to mess with anyone who has the slightest propensity for attention deficit disorder and well… what was I talking about again? Posted Mar 24, 2016 by William Murphy

GDC 2016 - Shooter & Survival Fans Rejoice

Escape from Tarkov -  Preview

Russia has been a hot bed for video games lately and more titles are coming out that really impress us. Escape from Tarkov bring some new elements to the survival sandbox shooter and has a lot of side systems to really bring players into the fold. If you like trying to fight over bleak landscapes full of factories and fog you will feel right at home with this game. If you like guns you will love Tarkov. Posted Mar 24, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Making Sense of Currency in Marvel Heroes

Marvel Heroes 2016 -  Other

Last month we put together a fresh level 60 guide for Marvel Heroes, and while we covered most things, we didn’t adequately touch on the confusing array of currencies that you’ll want to focus on once you’re at endgame. With that in mind, we’ve put together this handy new guide to help you navigate it all.Posted Mar 23, 2016 by Michael Bitton

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Chronicle: Runescape Legends -  Preview

With their rich fantasy background, collectible card-games have become fertile ground for MMOs looking to expand into new areas. As a result, it’s unsurprising to see Runescape-developer Jagex enter the fray with a new title of their own. But, far from being a reskin of run-of-the-mill mechanics, Chronicle: Runescape Legends is something entirely different, offering a surprisingly interesting twist on traditional turn-based play.Posted Mar 23, 2016 by Gareth Harmer

Our Thieves Guild DLC Review

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

The Thieves Guild was released just a short while ago. If you’ve spent any time progressing through the storyline or advancing through the Thieves Guild passive skill lines you may have noticed this DLC isn’t anything like the previous two. That said, it does display one major aspect that is missing.Posted Mar 23, 2016 by Ryan Getchell

CSE's Sausage

Camelot Unchained -  Column

A lot, “a lot” is roughly number of CSE updates we’ve seen over the last few of weeks (30 plus youtube videos alone). It’s almost like they planned for this or something (stirs his pot). After being in a lull (by their standards) for a few months it’s nice to see CSE firing in all cylinders. It would be impossible to cover everything, or even almost everything CSE has been showing us so I’ll have to go with...bullet points! How exciting!Posted Mar 22, 2016 by Timothy Tierless

Building My Mr. Roboto in Automatron

Fallout 4 -  Preview

Fallout 4’s first big DLC, the $9.99 Automatron came out today, and I’ve been diving in with renewed interest to the game because (quite frankly) who doesn’t want to build their own robot army? Read on for our first impressions of the game’s first big downloadable add-on.Posted Mar 22, 2016 by William Murphy

Adventure Quest 3D - Breathing New Life Into an Old Favorite

General -  Preview

The team at Artix is ready to launch Adventure Quest 3D which will bring in the third generation of the Adventure Quest game with updated graphics, all new design, and the same MMO gameplay that fans have adored for over a decade.Posted Mar 22, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Chronicles of a New Eden - What I Expect From Fanfest

EVE Online -  Column

EVE Fanfest is now exactly a month away, and for those of you who might be unfamiliar, it's one of the biggest weekends all year for EVE Online. Between Fanfest and EVE Vegas, which I covered extensively last year, both gatherings are a chance for CCP to shake hands with their players, talk to them about upcoming changes, announce new projects, and then get blindly drunk. It's a pretty good time.Posted Mar 22, 2016 by Steven Messner

Tyranny - Taking the Side of Evil

General -  Preview

In the realm of most RPGs you are the hero. You pick up a rusty sword to save your family in the small village and then go on to greater things. You battle the evil forces and return balance to the world for good. Well, that is all fun, but it has nothing to do with Tyranny. Building on the success of Pillars of Eternity the team at Obsidian is now ready to show their next RPG.Posted Mar 22, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Why Do You Think BDO Has Been So Well Received?

Black Desert Online -  Column

Some friends and I were discussing Black Desert Online earlier this week and we eventually began to chat about the wider genre and how, seemingly, many people have grown tired of the typical formulae surrounding “theme parks”. My brother, who rarely plays MMO’s any longer, asked why I thought Black Desert Online had been so well received. Posted Mar 21, 2016 by Lewis Burnell

It's the Economy, Stupid

Guild Wars 2 -  Column

What can be done to address Guild Wars 2's economic problems? Maybe not letting them get so bad in the first place.Posted Mar 21, 2016 by Jason Winter

Silverfrost Mountains - The Biggest Update Yet

Blade & Soul -  Preview

These past few months Blade & Soul has kept up a very fast paced schedule of content. Their goal is to bring North America up to speed with the other regions of the world and get players on an equal timeline globally. To do this there have been some big updates that have come just after launch. The Rising Waters expansion as well as the release of the Warlock class continued this drive. Now we are hot on the heels of the Silverfrost Mountains update with lots more to come.Posted Mar 21, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Hardware Review: Roccat Renga Gaming Headset

General -  Hardware Review

Emblazoned, white on black, on the left monitor of Roccat’s new Renga headset are these words: “studio grade sound.” It also appears on the box, but words in a feature list pack less of a punch than bold stenciling on the product itself. A feature list might be forgotten, but you’ll never forget a promise so bold as one you’re reminded of every single day. It takes confidence to make a move like that, and with a $50 price point, more than a little daring.Posted Mar 20, 2016 by Christopher Coke

Mar 19, 2016 Newsletter

General -  Newsletter

In Issue 531 of the Newsletter, we look at Trove and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Mar 19, 2016 by Michael Bitton

Why VR Matters to Me

General -  Editorial

Gareth Harmer, aside from being a fantastic dresser, writer for, and all around proper British gentleman, is also a prolific blogger. Over on his personal blog, Mana Obscura, he penned an interesting take on Virtual Reality and why it clicks with him. We've republished that blog here for you today, in the wake of all this week's VR news from GDC.Posted Mar 18, 2016 by Gareth Harmer

GDC Week 2016 - The RPG News from the Floor

General -  Column

GDC used to be an event for purely for game makers. Today, it’s an event that game lovers around the world pay attention to. The once-insular event has become one of the go-to sources for insights into the world of game-making, but also more than a few unexpected announcements and big news breaks. The week has been good to us and we’re devoting our whole column to the biggest news, from the inside the event and out. Posted Mar 18, 2016 by Christopher Coke

First Look - A Pretty But All Too Familiar Game

ASTA: The War of Tears and Winds -  Preview

ASTA: The War of Tears and wind is a MMORPG out of South Korea that is heavily based on eastern culture and myth. Also known as ASTA online, it is sometimes referred to as the WoW of the east. Originally released in 2010 by the South Korean Studio, Polygon Games, they decided in August of last year to officially close all games and move into the mobile world.Posted Mar 17, 2016 by Jesse Koller