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Monster Journals - The Vrock and the Otyugh

Sword Coast Legends

We've shown off a lot of Sword Coast Legends' more prominent and known monsters this week, but today, we're getting weird with the Vrock and the Otyugh. Seriously, these are not your typical D&D monsters. Read on for the details on the winged harpy-like Vrock and the nasty bulbous Otyugh!Posted Oct 8, 2015 by William Murphy

Episode 17 Promises a Lot of Flash

DC Universe Online

Jesse Benjamin Design Director & SJ Mueller Associate Creative Director were on hand late yesterday afternoon to talk about today’s DC Universe Online Episode 17 – Flash Legends. The third in a series of meaty monthly updates, Flash Legends will be available for free later today for Members with a general release to the Marketplace set for October 14th.Posted Oct 7, 2015 by Suzie Ford

Monster Journals - The Duergar and the Drow

Sword Coast Legends

Sword Coast Legends, due out at the end of this month, sports a lot of the creatures from Dungeons and Dragons' illustrious history. But, unlike most RPGs, you can actually play as these monsters should you decide to take on the role of Dungeon Master, in our third of a series today we're pulling back the veil on the Duergar and the Drow... two races you'll face deep in the Underdark of the Sword Coast.Posted Oct 7, 2015 by William Murphy

A First Look at Orsinium

Elder Scrolls Online

There are very few quotes from cinematic trailers that really stick with players. One of the biggest ones is “You are not prepared” from the Burning Crusade opening cinematic. But Zenimax has released a trailer for the upcoming Orsinium DLC and “Welcome to my war” may become one of those infamous quotes. It got me hooked and interested in the expansion even more so than I was before I heard it shouted.Posted Oct 7, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

Planetouched Wilds May Be Telara's Best Update Yet


Rift's 3.4 update, The Planetouched Wilds, may just be Telara's best update yet, and we recently took a tour with Trion Worlds' Simon Ffinch to get a look at the massive new zone, the new Primalist calling, and more.Posted Oct 2, 2015 by William Murphy

The First Pre-Alpha Wrap Report


After spending several hours in the recent Crowfall Pre-Alpha Combat Test 1, I can say without a doubt my confidence in this crowdfunded title has never been stronger. For ArtCraft entertainment to take this player-driven MMORPG from a Kickstarter demo in March of 2015 to a playable module in August is nothing short of impressive. Considering that the module was delivered on-time and is actually fun game mode, it’s my opinion that the future couldn’t be brighter for Crowfall.Posted Oct 2, 2015 by Mike Joseph

Latest Game Update is a Big'un!

Gloria Victis

It's been a while since I stepped foot in Gloria Victis, with real life travels taking me to different lands, it was nice to venture back into this virtual gameworld and get some brand new updates directly from the Dev team themselves. To say there is a lot happening in Gloria Victis is an understatement, they are forging ahead with not only updates, but complete overhauls to systems that will indefinitely change the game for the better. Posted Oct 1, 2015 by Ripper X

Third Times a Charm with Romero's Aftermath

Seeking to take the game in a different direction, a number of Infestation developers broke away from OP Productions and formed their own studio, Free Reign Entertainment. Free Reign licensed the engine, and got to work on a “spiritual successor” called Romero’s Aftermath. Posted Sep 30, 2015 by Michael Bitton

Reloaded and Overloaded


WildStar is back! Well, it didn’t really go anywhere to begin with, but to say that Carbine’s freshman game was an underappreciated title would be an understatement. WildStar has always been a bit of an underdog, and today marks the relaunch of the MMO as a Free to Play game. And at least so far, the relaunch seems to be working from a hype perspective, because those megaservers have definitely been feeling the pressure. Read on for more of our Day One thoughts on a Free to Play Nexus.Posted Sep 29, 2015 by William Murphy

KotFE May Be the Expansion You’re Looking For

Star Wars: The Old Republic

It may seem at odds to use the words “epic” and “accessible” in the same sentence, but Bioware and EA’s upcoming expansion to Star Wars: The Old Republic seeks to embody both of those terms in equal measure. If the entirety of Knights of the Fallen Empire (KotFE) is matched by the brief playthrough that I was privy to at an offsite preview yesterday, the expansion is going to pack quite a bit of a punch, while still being inviting to newer players.Posted Sep 25, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

The Sun Sets on RU CBT - Road to Open Beta Begins

Black Desert

Tuesday, September 15th marked the beginning of the second phase of the closed beta test for the Russian version of Black Desert Online. GameNet, publisher of BDO in Russia, took feedback from the first phase into consideration and made some significant changes to the game since then. Among the most notable are: pushing the level for PvP to 30 up from 20, nearly complete localization, a smoother leveling curve and more. Posted Sep 21, 2015 by Catherine Daro

Life in the Alpha So Far


It took a long time to bring ArcheAge over to the US and EU when Trion imported XLGAMES’ MMO. That doesn’t seem to be the case with Bluehole Ginno’s Action MMORPG, Devilian. Now just a few short weeks into the founder’s alpha the NDA has been lifted and Trion says beta is right around the corner. Today, we’re offering our thoughts on the alpha so far.Posted Sep 18, 2015 by William Murphy

First Impressions - We've Come a Long Way from Battleship

World of Warships

World of Warships represents’s next phase of battle gaming. With the overwhelming success of World of Tanks and the high flying stunts of World of Warplanes, we now take to the seas to fight it out using historical battleships from all over the world. Posted Sep 17, 2015 by Garrett Fuller

It's Hammer Time - The Scrapper, Engineer's Elite Specialization

Guild Wars 2

Yep, lame joke is lame. But how could we pass that up? Today we're happy to reveal the engineer's elite specialization coming with Heart of Thorns: The Scrapper. Wielding a massive two-handed hammer, a bevy of awesome gyro bots, and a whole lot of pain to dish out... the Scrapper makes for an excellent tank-like take on the Engineer. Read on for more!Posted Sep 16, 2015 by William Murphy

How a Dongle and a Re-Roll Got Me to Try Bungie’s MMO Again


I wasn’t overly fond of Destiny when it launched last year. I enjoyed the tight FPS controls on my PS4, but the hackneyed story, the repetitive progression, and the overall disjointed feeling of so many long loading screens between everything eventually pushed me away. But I recently came back, and this time I think I might stay for a while…Posted Sep 14, 2015 by William Murphy

Checking Out the Buzz as It Takes the Korean Market by Storm


A mobile American MOBA, Vainglory is taking the Korean market by storm. Starr writer Carolyn Koh visits with Super Evil Megacorp to find out what all the noise is about.Posted Sep 11, 2015 by Carolyn Koh

Divinity: Original Sin 2 Was The Best Demo at Pax

Divinity: Original Sin 2

Of all the games I played at Pax Prime this year, Divinity: Original Sin 2 was hands down the best. Don't get me wrong, I played a lot of amazing things, but playing alongside Swen Vincke, founder of Larian Studios, things couldn't have gone more wrong in our demo. And I am so glad they did.Posted Sep 8, 2015 by Steven Messner

Stories: The Path of Destinies

High up on floor six of the Washington State Convention Center, Rob Lashley, got some hands on time with the new ARPG from Spearhead Games, Stories: The Path of Destinies. Read on for his first impressions.Posted Sep 7, 2015 by Robert Lashley

PAX Prime 2015 – A Fully Procedural Dark Souls


The title of this article might seem like it’s doing Harebrained’s Necropolis a disservice by comparing it to FROM’s vaunted series, but it’s probably the most apt way to describe the game. The combination of skill-based combat and ever-changing Necropolis layouts make the studios Action RPG something truly special and unique.Posted Sep 7, 2015 by William Murphy

Hands On Berserker/Daredevil

Guild Wars 2

While my heart will always belong to the Chronomancer, I allowed my eye to wander a little for this most recent Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns Beta Event.Posted Sep 7, 2015 by Paul Nadin

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