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Retconning Heart of Thorns

Guild Wars 2

As time’s gone by, the community has made its voice heard, and that voice quite simply said “We like some of Heart of Thorns, but not enough. And we want you to change it.” And that’s just what Guild Wars 2 developer ArenaNet is focusing the Spring Update on when it launches later today. We sat in on a presentation with the Bellevue, WA based folks and got the lowdown on everything that’s contained in the 16,000 words worth of patch notes.Posted Apr 19, 2016 by William Murphy

Overfall - Early Access Sneak Peek

Overfall is a turn based RPG from Turkish indie studio Pera Games. Read on for Rob’s initial impressions of this innovative early access title.Posted Apr 14, 2016 by Robert Lashley

Hands On Preview - Celebrating 20 Years of the Series

Star Ocean 5: Integrity and Faithlessness

This year, the Star Ocean series celebrates its twentieth anniversary with the release of its fifth game, Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness. This week, publisher Square Enix invited members of the press to preview the game's less cutscene-heavy approach to storytelling and combat, an approach that thus far, appears to be working. Posted Apr 13, 2016 by Neilie Johnson

The Celebration of the Ascended Begins Today

Rift

Rift’s 3.6 update, Celebration of the Ascended, launches today on April 13th, and were fortunate enough to get an early look at all that’s being crammed into this patch: five new souls (one for each calling), tons of new Carnival of the Ascended events and rewards, new planar attunement unlocks, new mounts, and yes full multicore support!Posted Apr 13, 2016 by William Murphy

Hand of Fate 2 Brings New Features and a Deep Storyline

Hand of Fate

We have been under embargo for a few weeks about Hand of Fate 2. At GDC we got a great demo from the team and are excited to finally talk about the features coming with this sequel. If you are unfamiliar with Hand of Fate it combines a card game with action role playing aspects that make for a very unique gaming experience. Posted Apr 5, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

The Skies: A Reawakened Post-Apocalyptic MMO

The Skies

There is no question that The Skies is an early access game. It is rough around the edges, laggy at times and buggy to the point of frustration. Yet even in all that, there is a game there that has some potential. Those who loved Fallen Earth may find themselves drawn to The Skies.Posted Apr 4, 2016 by Suzie Ford

Hearing the Call of the Nameless

The Secret World

It’s time for The Secret World to wave goodbye to Tokyo. Due out today, Issue 14: Call of the Nameless brings us back to the scorched, shimmering sands of Egypt. Don’t expect a Pharaoh’s welcome this time around though, as Funcom’s latest update has a distinctly Persian feel.Posted Mar 31, 2016 by Gareth Harmer

Daring To Be the Same

Paragon

When Epic Games announced its intention to release a new MOBA – in 2016, no less, it had me a bit baffled. I thought to myself, “Epic must have something crazy up its sleeve for Paragon.” Nope. Paragon is about as generic as its name, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t any fun to be had in it.Posted Mar 30, 2016 by Michael Bitton

Updating a Classic - Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear Preview

In recent weeks we have heard that Blizzard is patching Diablo 2 and Warcraft (not World of Warcraft). It continues to be true that quality old games never die and Baldur’s Gate is no exception. The game was one of the most fun RPGs in the 1990s (published in 1998). With recent success on mobile platforms and a resurgence in isometric RPGs it is no surprise that Siege of Dragonspear is coming out for fans. Posted Mar 30, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Open Beta is Here!

Orcs Must Die: Unchained

The popular Orcs Must Die game came out a few years ago and is still a fan favorite on PC and console alike. It gave the player endless resources to defend their tower against hordes of Orcs and their minions. One of the most fun features was the trap system which allowed players to set up a bitter end for their orcish foes. Now the game is shifting into a brand new hybrid design called Orcs Must Die Unchained and it hits Open Beta today.Posted Mar 29, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

Hands On with the ARPG Stories: Path of Destinies

This past week at GDC we got to see a lot of games. Many stand out, but one of our favorite things is finding a solid independent game and bringing it to your attention as players. For an action RPG, Stories: Path of Destinies gave us a great run through and had a lot of fun elements for people to enjoy. With the coming of a lot of RPG over the next few months this one shines as a great game for hardcore and casual players alike. Posted Mar 28, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

GDC 2016 - Shooter & Survival Fans Rejoice

Escape from Tarkov

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

Open Beta Preview

Chronicle: Runescape Legends

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

Building My Mr. Roboto in Automatron

Fallout 4

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

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

Tyranny - Taking the Side of Evil

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

Silverfrost Mountains - The Biggest Update Yet

Blade & Soul

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

First Look - A Pretty But All Too Familiar Game

ASTA: The War of Tears and Winds

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

GDC 2016 Hands On Preview

Chronicle: Runescape Legends

Yesterday at GDC we got an in depth look at RuneScape’s CCG Chronicle. The game brings in a new element to the MMO world that has spanned almost fifteen years now. As a CCG the game offers a very different play style which is not anywhere near the likes of Hearthstone or HEX. Chronicle is definitely its own concept which really sets it apart. Here is how it works. Posted Mar 17, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

GDC 2016 - Hands On Preview of Brad McQuaid's Magnum Opus

Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen

Pantheon had its first showing to the media at GDC today and we were lucky enough to be there right away to check things out. The game is coming along nicely and really heralds back to the classic MMOs we love with a fantastic push into the future of how MMO are made. We got to watch a solid demo as well as see some of the new features that will impact characters and their interaction with the environment. Posted Mar 17, 2016 by Garrett Fuller

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