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

Black Desert Online

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

PAX Indie Game Round-Up Part Three

In this final installation of the Indie Game Roundup, Staff Writer Carolyn Koh explores more likely looking RPGs and a couple logic puzzles – just because.Posted Sep 6, 2015 by Carolyn Koh

MSI's Gaming G Series Laptops

MSI is known for manufacturing the first overclocking motherboard and over the years has become one of the most recognized brands in gaming hardware. This year, with the introduction of Intel’s latest 6th generation processor, codename Skylake, the ambitious company has set its sights on becoming the go-to brand when it comes to gaming laptops. Posted Sep 5, 2015 by Neilie Johnson

The Hunger Games Goes Prehistoric

ARK: Survival Evolved

ARK: Survival Evolved is one of the few survival games I can get behind. I think it’s because the game ditched the zombie thing, which let’s face it, is a bit overdone. Zombies have invaded pop culture to the point of over saturation being on TV, movies, books, games, and occasionally real life if you feel like visiting a state that has “legalized it”. ARK was right to go with dinosaurs, because it has been a smash hit.Posted Sep 4, 2015 by Hive Leader

A Gigantically Good Time… See What We Did There?


We’ve been covering Motiga’s Gigantic for what seems an age, and yet I’ve never been fortunate enough to play the thing. This year’s PAX Prime changed that, and I am really glad it did. With my Player Coaches over my shoulder (I wish I’d gotten their names!) I charged into battle with Lord Knossos and never looked back.Posted Sep 4, 2015 by William Murphy

PAX Prime 2015 Indie Round-Up Part One

In a three part series, our staff writer Carolyn Koh takes a look at some of the many Indie games to be found at PAX. Starting with two very different RPGS, Dragon Fin Soup and Guild of Dungeoneering.Posted Sep 3, 2015 by Carolyn Koh

To Be the DM

Sword Coast Legends

In the meeting halls of the Grand Sheraton Hotel in downtown Seattle last weekend Rob Lashley sat down to play Sword Coast Legends for the first time. He was limited in time, only 20 minutes, but these are his first impressions as playing as the DM.Posted Sep 3, 2015 by Robert Lashley

Master of Orion - Not So MMO, But Big on Roleplaying the Galaxy

Nope, Master of Orion is not an MMO. It’s even less of one than the mega-popular World of Tanks from Wargaming. But when the founder of Wargaming wins a bidding war to secure the MOO franchise because he’s a dyed in the wool fan, you want to see what will come of such a nostalgia grab. And so it was with trepidation that we stepped into Wargaming’s booth this year to see how the reboot of one of PC Gaming’s most vaunted series was coming along…Posted Sep 3, 2015 by William Murphy

Heroes Awaken is a New Beginning


During our several hour time window with Trion Worlds at PAX we were treated to a nice preview of the upcoming 2.0 patch for ArcheAge. Bringing the NA and EU versions right behind the KR original, 2.0 packages loads of content and upgrades for all AA fans.Posted Sep 2, 2015 by William Murphy

Hob: Runic's Game of Discovery

It’s always a good thing to see a company taking risks. It happens so rarely anymore with companies simply releasing the same game year after year. But can you blame them? It’s a safe and easy way to make money, and the chances of failure are low. But Runic Games, the makers of Torchlight and Torchlight II, are attempting to buck that trend with their new game, Hob.Posted Sep 2, 2015 by Hive Leader

Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below

Dragon Quest Heroes

Our “Old Auntie Gamer” aka “Old-School Pong PC gal” gets a hands-on session with this popular Japanese console game at PAX and calls it good.Posted Sep 1, 2015 by Carolyn Koh