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Fantasy War Tactics - Showing Its Love of Classic Strategy RPGs

General -  Interview

Nexon is ready to unleash Fantasy War Tactics on the world in the near future, a game with roots firmly in the best strategy role-playing games of the past. We had the opportunity to interview Jungkeun Lee, Director, Nexon GT to find out more about Fantasy War Tactics and why you should be paying attention.Posted Jul 21, 2015 by William Murphy

Five Things That Shook the MMO World Before WoW

General -  Column

It wasn't very long ago that the MMOG category was practically unknown. Indeed, with only a very small selection of titles running, none of which had the number of players we can often find these days on a single server, it was barely a category at all. So, for those of us who remember the original Neverwinter Nights, Air Warrior, The Realm Online et al, many pleasant surprises lay ahead. A lot of them took place between 1997 and 2004. Naturally some particularly stood out. Posted Jul 21, 2015 by Richard Aihoshi

Mechanics of the Armies of Myth

Hex -  Column

HEX: Shards of Fate. By now you’ve probably read tons of articles on the game. You know the gist. It’s a Digital TCG, in the same vein as Magic: the Gathering, only radically different once you get under the hood. Being digital brings a whole new level of things they can do with the simple card game mechanics. Things that would be incredibly difficult, if not downright impossible, to do for a traditional, in-person, card game.Posted Jul 21, 2015 by Matthew Miller

The Frustrating Things about Skyforge

Skyforge -  General

Now over a week in, and about 20-plus hours into life as an immortal, we’re delving further into the nuts and bolts of My.Com’s Skyforge. A brand new F2P MMORPG from Allods Team and Obsidian, there’s no denying Skyforge is a beautiful game with a unique take on the MMO forumula. But does it have the draw to keep players going? Read on for week two of our Review in Progress series.Posted Jul 20, 2015 by William Murphy

Warcraft Movie First Look

World of Warcraft -  Column

Thought it seems that all things in Azeroth are quiet as we wait for news on the next expansion, that doesn't mean the IP is resting on its laurels in other media. In this week's column, we finally get a good look at the upcoming Warcraft film and take a look at other Comic Con announcements. Posted Jul 20, 2015 by Reza Lackey

The Infestation of Level 80s

Guild Wars 2 -  Column

There’s a huge infestation problem in Guild Wars 2, and I’m not talking about the minions of Modremoth. I’m talking about all these level 80 characters running around stealing all the events, and breaking them! Low level characters use dynamic events to not only enjoy a good bit of story, but to also supplement their leveling experience. But we max level players have gotten greedy, and turn all the low level maps we infest into barren wastelands! Posted Jul 20, 2015 by David North

Linden Lab Looks to the Future of Online Experiences

Second Life -  Interview

Back in 2003, San Francisco's Linden Lab led the charge when it came to virtual reality. Unlike other online products, its platform, Second Life, wasn't just a game; it was a means of realizing any and all kinds of online fantasies. Second Life held steady through a decade's worth of digital trends, but now with a new generation of VR technology on the horizon, Linden has a new platform that's once again poised to take the lead. Posted Jul 19, 2015 by Neilie Johnson

Jul 19, 2015 Newsletter

General -  Newsletter

In Issue 499 of the Newsletter, we look at Skyforge and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Jul 19, 2015 by Michael Bitton

Guild of Dungeoneering Review: Casual, Friendly and Drama Free

General -  General

Guild of Dungeoneering is a beautifully simplistic strategy RPG that hearkens to the many days spent with table-top RPGs. With a gorgeous but minimal art style, addictive progression, and loads of charm this might be the perfect game for just about all of you out there.Posted Jul 18, 2015 by Chris Swain

Procedurally Generated Goodness

General -  Column

I have recently discovered that I really enjoy primitive-looking, voxel-based, sometimes-sidescroller-y survival games. It sounds a bit specific, so I mean games like Starbound, Minecraft, or Terraria. I love the way the graphics look simple (which means easy to run on older PCs) but feature realistic lighting or shading. I especially love the fact that these titles offer a wide variety of open-ended content and keep the barrier of entry low.Posted Jul 17, 2015 by Beau Hindman

Chatting with Mark Jacobs on the Delayed Beta

Camelot Unchained -  Interview

With the announcement of the beta delay for Camelot Unchained, Mark Jacobs and his development team wanted to address potential player concerns straight away. We spoke with Mark to give him a chance to lay out the details. Check it out!Posted Jul 17, 2015 by Timothy Eisenzimmer

Why Rush to Endgame?

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn -  Column

What makes not rushing through content more fun than being a world-first slayer of evils? Victor discusses the slow burn in this week’s Eorzea Reborn.Posted Jul 17, 2015 by Victor Barreiro Jr.

Ultra-Summer in Wizard101: No burns, Just Bursting with Good Stuff!

Wizard101 -  Column

Wizard101’s Ultra Summer Update went live this week with a whole lot of something for every type of player. New challenges from old foes, pets taking a dip in the DNA pool, a new age of PvP, and more housing and gardening than you can shake a glow stick at (the new Ultra plants have a really cool glow effect). Posted Jul 17, 2015 by Christina IceDreamer

Lost Dimension’s Vision and Judgement Systems

Lost Dimension -  Column

Lost Dimension is one of those rare games that encourages you to get to know your NPC compatriots, while at the same time pressuring you to think carefully about whom you decide to buddy up with. Atlus’ upcoming scifi RPG puts party management at the forefront of its gameplay, and ties all of its systems back to the decisions you make about your compatriots.Posted Jul 17, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

8 Franchises We Would Love to See Made into RPGs

General -  Column

We all have dream games. Now that the heavy-hitters have hit the market, we’re turning our gaze inward. In this RPG Files, we’re looking at the franchises we would most like to see be turned into RPGs. Plus Star Citizen coming under fire, a new Dragon Age contest, and a crushing blow to Dead Island 2!Posted Jul 17, 2015 by Christopher Coke

Abandon All Hope Ye Who Enter Here

Cabal 2 -  Review

I never played the original Cabal, but hearing people talk about it makes me wish I had. It might have been a cult hit at best, but there is no denying that there was something about the original that inspired people to talk about it with a measure of passion. But I think it is safe to say, from my experience, that Cabal 2 misses the beat on everything that made the original so beloved.Posted Jul 17, 2015 by Steven Messner

Which Elder Scrolls Online Faction Should You Choose?

Elder Scrolls Online -  General

In this week's quiz, we're putting your tastes and likes to the test for Tamriel. You may be Aldmeri, you may be Ebonheart, or five of you might be Daggerfall. But what SHOULD you be? This quiz will help sort it out.Posted Jul 16, 2015 by William Murphy

Signposts on the Road

WildStar -  Column

Carbine Studios has started to reveal what’s on WildStar’s Road to Free-to-Play. In this week’s column, Gareth “Gazimoff” Harmer takes a closer look at that journey, and asks if there are any blind corners ahead.Posted Jul 16, 2015 by Gareth Harmer

Imperial City - The Most Anticipated ESO Patch Yet

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Imperial City, it has to be the most anticipated feature that Zenimax has discussed since pre-launch and we're finally getting some information about it. The Imperial City is slated to launch August 31st for PC/MAC, September 15th for Xbox One and September 16th for the Playstation 4. It will also be going live on the Private Test Servers later this month so you will be able to test out this update for FREE before it goes on the live servers.Posted Jul 16, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

A World of Possibilities

Gloria Victis -  Developer Journal

Gloria Victis isn’t just a one of the MMOs you can see nowadays – it’s a game set in a Medieval open world, with a strong focus on realism and immersion, giving the players as much freedom and fun as possible. So who you can become in Gloria Victis?Posted Jul 16, 2015