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Release 30's Big Changes

Shroud of the Avatar

Plenty of new content will be added as Shroud of the Avatar rolls into its 30th release, but crafting may be the most controversial of them. Red Thomas walks through some of what to expect after his recent trip to Austin.Posted May 24, 2016 by Red Thomas

An Elite Challenge ­ Pirate101 Test Realm Coming Soon!


Avast! There’s something on the Pirate101 horizon that is inching closer and closer to port. Pirates have been eagerly awaiting new storyline content for some time now, and it appears their wishes will be granted soon enough! Concept art and screenshots teasing the long­awaited storyline update have been abundant this week, and we have an intriguing one of our own. Posted May 10, 2016 by Vanessa Mythdust

Secrets & Shadows Brings the Ninja and Flying Mounts


By this time next Tuesday, TERA’s latest update will be upon us. Called Secrets & Shadows, the latest content update for TERA brings the new Elin Ninja class, new dungeons, new story-based quests, and yes… flying mounts. We had a chance to take a peek at the update before it hits the live servers, and came away with these thoughts.Posted May 10, 2016 by William Murphy

Two New Characters & a Revamped Ranking System

Heroes of the Storm

Heroes of the Storm is getting ready to revamp their ranking system and introduce two new and very unique characters to their universe. Posted May 6, 2016 by Blake Morse

Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan - A Game Filled with Surprises

One of the best things about video game conventions, and PAX conventions in particular, is the sheer number of indie games which get to be put in front of thousands of people right along with the big names. With so many indie games gathered together I always manage to find a few which are really interesting but had previously escaped my notice. This year Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan is the one which really surprised me.Posted May 3, 2016 by Robin Baird

Metronomicon - Mixing Rhythm Games & RPGs in a Fun New Way


Being a fan of RPGs and Rhythm games it’s sort of weird to realize I’ve never considered the possibilities of mixing the two together. It might seem like mixing these two genres would be a bit weird but Metronomicon manages to meld them into a wonderfully entertaining and exciting package.Posted Apr 29, 2016 by Robin Baird

Expedition: Vikings - Firmly Grounded in Historical Accuracy

Last weekend at PAX East I got the chance to demo Expedition: Vikings, the follow-up to Logic Artists Expedition: Conquistadors. Set in approximately 700 AD, you play the Chieftain of a small Viking village, in search of glory and wealth to improve and expand your village and your standing in the Viking world. You recruit raiding party members from within the population of your village, and then you lead them out into the world in search of adventure. Posted Apr 28, 2016 by Terry OBrien

Pyre - An Intriguing, Beautiful, Mishmash of Genres

Pyre is an intriguing, beautiful, and weird mix of a RPG with a mini-game filling in for what normally would be fighting in most other games. The PAX East demo was only about 20 minutes long, but it packed a ton of different aspects of the game into those few minutes. Posted Apr 28, 2016 by Robin Baird

PAX East - Lawbreakers Impressions


Lawbreakers has been on the radar for a while. A game that has been picked up by Nexon and being made here in North America is a switch to normal publishing from Asian companies. However, it is great to see Nexon fully investing in North American games, even publishing them both here and across the pond. Lawbreaker’s is Boss Key Productions arena shooter which moves at an extremely fast pace. Posted Apr 28, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

The Culling - Battles that Play Out Like The Hunger Games

The Culling

Survival games remain very popular among MMO players these days. Especially if you were into hardcore PvP back in the old days. Each one coming up offers some twists and turns on an already solid premise. Of all these The Culling really caught our eye at PAX East. The battles play out like Battle Royale or Hunger Games in most respects, which makes this game a lot of fun to play and even fun to watch. Posted Apr 27, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

PAX East Indies - The Dwarves & ELEX

PAX East Indie round-up: This year we looked at quite a few indie games, here are a couple that caught our eye.Posted Apr 27, 2016 by Terry OBrien

Goliath - A Mix of Genres with an Emphasis on Discovery


Goliath is a mix of action/adventure/survival games where the player is alone on a distant world and must explore and find food and resources to make it. Emphasis is slightly less on the need to find food and more on finding resources and building tools to survive. While exploring this world the discovery is made there are not only friendly creatures but there are also dangerous animals and warring peoples. Posted Apr 26, 2016 by Robin Baird

MXM - PAX East 2016 Hands On with NCSoft's MOBA

During PAX East I met with NCSOFT to get a hands on first look at their new MOBA Master X Master and the four heroes they are unveiling today Taejin, Sizuka, Cagnazzo, and Demenos.Posted Apr 26, 2016 by Robin Baird

Players Can Jump Right Into Wall-to-Wall Combat


One of the new games I saw at PAX East this year was Livelock, coming from Tuque Games and published by Perfect World. It's an action shooter, and action fans can just jump right in to the wall-to-wall combats, but it also has enough cool story behind it to keep players exploring the world and uncovering its secrets.Posted Apr 26, 2016 by Terry OBrien

Divinity Original Sin 2: Showing Off the Improved Combat System

This weekend I got to spend some time with the Divinity: Original Sin2 devs, and they were showing the new, and very much improved combat system that they have put together. One of the devs and I played a two-on-two skirmish, and I made the mistake of telling him not to take it easy on me, that I would learn more if he hit me full force. In retrospect, that was a huge error, as he trounced me quite handily.Posted Apr 25, 2016 by Terry OBrien

Elder Scrolls Legends: Finding the Sweet Spot in the TCG Market

Elder Scrolls Legends

The surprise of PAX East was Elder Scrolls Legends. We heard about the card game from Bethesda at E3 however it has been quiet days since then. Out of nowhere the game appeared on the show floor and fans responded. In a nutshell, Legends is not just another online card game, it really captured us with the depth and changes to gameplay that the game is going to introduce to the market. Posted Apr 25, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Seven: A Gritty Post-Apocalyptic Story-Driven RPG

Seven: The Days Long Gone

At PAX East I got a look at Seven: The Days Long Gone, a new, story-driven, isometric RPG by IMGN.PRO and Fool’s Theory. In Seven you play Teriel, a young man whose skillset lends itself to thievery and sneakery. Teriel soon runs afoul of a bunch of cultists who subject him to a strange ritual, which causes the demon Artanak to be imprisoned within him. Artanak sends Teriel to Peh in the Vetrell Empire seeking… something. Given that it’s a demon looking for it, it can’t be good.Posted Apr 24, 2016 by Terry OBrien

EVE Fanfest 2016 - Understanding the Purpose of Project Nova

Project Nova

At EVE FanFest, CCP Games made a brave decision: to share some of their latest projects with players, and let them go hands-on with the work-in-progress. For experiences that cut new ground, such as EVE: Valkyrie and Project Arena, there’s a certain wow-factor. But, as a first-person shooter, Project Nova has a much tougher crowd to please. Posted Apr 24, 2016 by Gareth Harmer

I Am Setsuna: Leveraging Modern Tech While Paying Homage to the Past

I Am Setsuna

For anyone who is a fan of classic JRPGs, especially Chrono Trigger, I Am Setsuna is a game you should be looking forward to. This game leverages all the technological advances of the last 20 years while also paying homage to the old classics. Although I had previously heard about this game the demo here at PAX East was my first chance to actually play. Posted Apr 23, 2016 by Robin Baird

Fated: A Story-Driven VR RPG Experience

Fated: The Silent Oath

I recently got the opportunity to see Fated: The Silent Oath, being produced by Frima, for Occulus, Playstation VR, and HTC Veve, slated for release at the end of April. I went into this with no idea what Fated was, or what to expect, and I must say I was blown away. Fated is a story-driven RPG, with a great deal of emphasis on the wide array of vibrant and interesting characters for you to interact with.Posted Apr 23, 2016 by Terry OBrien

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