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Hi-Rez Expo – Interview with Todd Harris

General - Interviews

This weekend Hi-Rez takes to Atlanta to show off their latest games and host the SMITE world championships. It is an exciting time for the company and we sat down with Todd Harris, one of our favorite video game executives to talk about Paladins, SMITE, and even some small hints on SMITE tactics. Posted Jan 5, 2017 by Garrett Fuller

Housing Impressions from Homestead on PTS

Elder Scrolls Online - Previews

Homestead, the forthcoming mega housing patch for Elder Scrolls Online, just hit the Public Test Server and we dove in eagerly to view a few of the more luxurious spaces and see how the decorating works. Alongside all the new homely goodness, ESO is also adding furniture crafting, overhauling a ton of class and weapon skills for balance, and tweaking loads of other aspects to the game.Posted Jan 5, 2017 by William Murphy

Player's Choice Awards - Most Wanted MMO of 2017

General - Awards

A New Year brings new hope and new hype. And that means it's time to set our sights on the games of 2017 and for us to ask you all to vote for your most wanted MMO of the next 12 months.Posted Jan 4, 2017 by William Murphy

Clash Royale Meets MOBA in Star Wars: Force Arena

General - Previews

Netmarble’s Star Wars: Force Arena is a Star Wars take on the popular real-time mobile multiplayer game, Clash Royale with a bit of a twist. Like Supercell’s Clash of Clans before it, Clash Royale is one of many mobile games that, again, basically plays itself. Force Arena, however, gives you a leader character to control, which is enough of a wrinkle to make the entire thing a whole lot more engaging. Posted Jan 4, 2017 by Michael Bitton

What Steam’s Top 100 Games Shows Us

General - Columns

This week Steam showed us its top 100 selling games for the year. This is a list broken down into Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze. There are a host of games on the list that are quite unexpected, so we wanted to dive and look at some of the player trends we see. It is interesting where the PC market moves...Posted Jan 3, 2017 by Garrett Fuller

Flying into the New Year

Crowfall - Columns

This week Tim Eisen looks at the Crowfall bank, the Templar Archetype and looks forward to 2017. Posted Jan 3, 2017 by Tim Eisen

The Top 20 MMO News Stories of 2016

General - Columns

2016 is in the bag folks, and after 52 weeks of MMO news, you’ll be surprised (or maybe) not to see what the most viewed stories on MMORPG.com were over the course of the year. Some of you will probably see why Black Desert gets a lot of reporting too, both here and across the web. Read on for our top 20 stories of 2016!Posted Jan 3, 2017 by William Murphy

A Furtive Look Ahead at Story

Guild Wars 2 - Columns

Speculation, leaks, teasers and the ever present hype train have dominated Guild Wars 2 discussion for months now, with the so far successful Living World Season 3 leading players to new places each release, everyone wants to know where to next! Without too many #Spoilers, let’s take a look at some of the juicier speculation we've seen from 2016, and the implications of some of the leaks and teasers we have gotten in the lead up to the new year.Posted Jan 2, 2017 by Alexander Wilkie

The Exiled Tribune - A Year in the Life

Path of Exile - Columns

With 2017 already underway, Grinding Gear has offered a few thoughts about the year that was for Path of Exile. And, while the rest of the week was pretty quiet, there are still some fun nuggets of information to be found. Posted Jan 2, 2017 by Suzie Ford

Fanfest Japan - Here's What You Need to Know

Final Fantasy XIV - Columns

Happy New Year, folks! Fanfest Japan is over, and, if you’re anything like me, holiday celebrations dragged you away from keeping a close eye on things. Never fear! Here’s a summary of the important bits from the Stormblood keynote and producer Naoki Yoshida’s live letter XXXIV.Posted Jan 2, 2017 by Michael O’Connell-Davidson

The Road to Persistence

Crowfall - Columns

While in Austin, Red Thomas stopped in to see Gordon Walton and Todd Coleman about their game Crowfall. With recent patches adding multiple unique servers, the project seems to be on the cusp of persistence!Posted Dec 30, 2016 by Red Thomas

A Great Year for JRPGs

General - Columns

This week Rob reflects on the stellar year we had for JRPGs. A once diminishing brand in the west.Posted Dec 29, 2016 by Robert Lashley

Has the Game Industry Jumped the Shark?

General - Columns

As I look into 2017, the landscape is just not what we have seen in recent years. Games continue to build, but the trend for the next year is going in very different directions from the past. Indie games will continue to push through but overall, there seems to be a lot missing from our normal New Year game menu.Posted Dec 29, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

The Most Wanted MMOs of 2017

General - Columns

2016 was a rough year. The long-standing MMOs we’ve come to love carried along quite well, but for new titles the selection was pretty limited. And so, as we’re fond to do at year’s end, we look forward to 2017 and the titles we expect to launch (even if in early access, which we pretty much consider launched but ‘half-baked’). Here’s to the next twelve months and the many hours of gaming goodness we hope it brings.Posted Dec 29, 2016 by William Murphy

SteamWorld Heist is a Winter Sale Gem

General - Columns

I don’t get as excited for Steam sales as much as I used to. I pretty much own most of what I want on Steam already, so when sales do roll around, I tend to dig through and look for some obscure gems that I can add to my library at a great price. This year, I missed one called SteamWorld Heist. Posted Dec 28, 2016 by Michael Bitton

The Long-Lasting Additions of 2016

Wizard101 - Columns

Can you believe it? 2017 is less than a week away! Although it wasn't perfect, 2016 was a pretty great year for wizards in the spiral. Just last month, Wizard101's newest update introduced the desert world of Mirage and a new max level of 120. Other notable additions were divide and conquer spells, pip conversion, and faction vendors. Posted Dec 28, 2016 by Vanessa Mythdust

The Exiled Tribune - Stash Updates, Divining the Future & Devs on Film

Path of Exile - Columns

In this week's Path of Exile: The Exiled Tribune, Grinding Gear gives a preview of things to come in 2.5.1, shows off updates to the popular Divination Stash Tab, and takes to the airwaves in a pair of interviews. See what's what for the week that was in The Exiled Tribune.Posted Dec 27, 2016 by Suzie Ford

A Representative Year

Camelot Unchained - Columns

Our own Tim Eisen looks back at the year in development of Camelot Unchained, from the weekly updates to the CSE’s own top ten completions!Posted Dec 27, 2016 by Tim Eisen

The Events That Shaped 2016

General - Columns

Let’s take a look back at the year that was. A rough year for many, especially MMOs. Still, the game industry continues to move forward and games remain a multi-billion dollar industry. MMOs still make tremendous amounts of money, now through cash shops and in game purchases, it seems like the full formula of a successful community has finally come into being.Posted Dec 27, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Progress Update with Aeria Games

Bless - Interviews

With the recent worry that Bless Online was not going to be making its way to NA and EU markets, we reached out to Aeria Games for a quick chat with Jérôme Nguyen Van Long, the Director of Game Launches at the Berlin-based company. Rest assured, Bless is indeed still coming to the NA and EU territories and progress is steadily being made. Read on for our exclusive interview with Aeria Games about the status of Bless Online.Posted Dec 27, 2016 by William Murphy