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A Taste of Peaches, And Cream at Gamescom

Sword Coast Legends

Sword Coast Legends' multiplayer component is a (up to) five player experience set in the classic Dungeons and Dragons region of the Sword Coast. Or if you prefer, Neverwinter, Baldurs Gate and Icewind Dale can all call the Sword Coast home. Classic Dungeons and Dragons. Dare I say, proper Dungeons and Dragons? That I'll leave up to dyed in the wool D&D fans to debate.Posted Aug 10, 2015 by Jonathan Doyle

Everything We Know About Legion So Far

World of Warcraft

With today's World of Warcraft expansion announcement of Legion, we have a full report of what we know so far. Check out the synopsis of the big press announcement from earlier today and then leave us your thoughts and impressions in the comments.Posted Aug 6, 2015 by Catherine Daro

Sorcerer King - A RPG Fan’s Ideal 4X Game

Sorcerer King

4X Games are one of the most enduring strategy genres out there. Games like Civilization and Sins of a Solar Empire have fans that are legion. Heck, I doubt I’m the only person on who appreciates this sort of strategy. But one thing I’ve always wanted is for a little more RPG to make its way into the 4X (Explore, Expand, Exploit, Exterminate) pantheon. Stardock tried this to some success with Fallen Enchantress, and now ups the ante quite a bit with the excellent Sorcerer King.Posted Aug 1, 2015 by William Murphy

Soulbound Studios Wants to Bring Meaning Back to MMO Life

Chronicles of Elyria

A couple weeks ago we got a chance to sit down with Indy game studio Soulbound Studios to talk about their new MMORPG, Chronicles of Elyria. Never heard of Chronicles of Elyria or Soulbound Studios before? That’s OK, we hadn’t either. Although you haven’t heard of them before, with an impressive team of seasoned developers and a collection of features even we’ve never seen before in an MMO, we’re certain you’ll hear a lot more about them in the coming weeks and months.Posted Jul 27, 2015 by William Murphy

6 Blood-soaked, Meaty Chunks of Info From QuakeCon


I was in attendance at QuakeCon in 2011 when Skyrim got its first major showing. I'm not the type to give in to hype, but I still remember being in awe of the majesty and grandeur of it all, and leaving the auditorium as excited as I could be for an upcoming game.Posted Jul 25, 2015 by Jason Winter

The Bombshells Are Coming!

DC Universe Online

DC Universe Online continues to be one of Daybreak Games’ most successful titles, with a host of players specifically on the PS3 and PS4 versions. Later this summer, Episode 15 is bringing one of the comics’ new favorites, The Bombshells, into the game with “The Bombshells Paradox”. Read on for more details.Posted Jul 15, 2015 by William Murphy

Hands on with the Revenant's Ventari Legend

Guild Wars 2

I never thought I would be saying this, but last night I totally brought the heals in Guild Wars 2! That’s right, you’re eyes aren’t tricking you... thanks to the power of Ventari, healing is now more of a thing in Guild Wars 2. We got some hands on time with the new Legend for the Revenant profession in Heart of Thorns.Posted Jul 12, 2015 by David North

E3 2015 - Hands On and Preview of Bedlam

Once in a good long while, a game shows up with such a crazy amalgam of genres that your interest might be piqued before hearing anything else about it. Bedlam, a new Roguelike tactical-strategy RPG from Skyshine Games, is one of those such titles. It’s a post-apocalyptic, cyberpunk game with influences from Mad Max, Fallout, Domination Alley, and basically all of the 1980s. Thematically, it looks a lot like Gamma World, and its gameplay is comprised of a mix between Oregon Trail and chess.Posted Jul 7, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

E3 2015 – Hands On and Preview of Banner Saga 2

Banner Saga 2

At June’s E3 event in Los Angeles we got to speak with some of the good folk over at Stoic, and also some hands-on time with Banner Saga 2, and let me tell you, as a huge fan of Banner Sage, this game looks to be an amazing extension of its well-received progenitor.Posted Jul 7, 2015 by Terry OBrien

A Traitor in Our Midst

Lost Dimension

To label Lost Dimension as either a traditional or modern JRPG would be a misnomer. Atlus’ newest PS3/Vita game shares a lot of the same tropes that we’ve come to expect from conventional Japanese roleplaying games, with a fresh approach to gameplay and world design that has the potential to pique your interest from the get-go.Posted Jul 5, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

Tearing Into Terror’s Hoard Card Packs


The latest Hoard Card Pack from Wizard101 is named the Terror’s Hoard Pack, and I tore into them this week. I’m not usually a big customer of the Hoard packs; due to the vile hate the RNG gods apparently feel for me, I don’t usually spend crowns on them. At first I refused to buy them until they changed the name to the Alliance Card Packs. Then I realized it was “Hoard” as in “stash,” not the orcs of Azeroth, so I gave up that idea.Posted Jul 3, 2015 by Christina IceDreamer

Early Access Coming This Summer!

Warhammer 40k: Eternal Crusade

Let's do a quick rundown of what we learned at E3: Early Access is coming, and sooner rather than later, the game engine has been determined and revealed, and while no dates have been established yet, Eternal Crusade will be coming to Xbone and PS4. There are also new screenies and a new trailer coming, but those things are less exciting than the big three, which we will now look at a little closer.Posted Jul 3, 2015 by Terry OBrien

Unikrn - Place Your Bets!

Every year, we can expect to find some pretty cool things showcased at E3. Popular video game titles, indie titles, new tech in both hardware and software, VR updates, and of course breaking news for PC, consoles, and mobile games. However, this year, we also stumbled upon something we didn’t quite expect, and that was the team running Unikrn. Posted Jul 2, 2015 by Genese Davis

Something For Everyone to Love

Lego Minifigures Online

When you think of Funcom, you probably think of dark, immersive stories and gameplay that is more adult-oriented, which is why LEGO Minifigures Online might have come as a surprise. The game, which saw its original free to play release last fall, is relaunching as a buy to play game today after many changes and polish.Posted Jul 2, 2015 by Christina Gonzalez

Trion's New Game is an Action MMORPG


Trion Worlds is pleased to announce the next game it’s bringing stateside as publisher, Bluehole Ginno’s Devilian Online. Yes, the development studio behind TERA has a new game, and it’s an Action RPG with a persistent MMO world. For the sake of not having to say that over and over, we’ll just call it an Action MMORPG.Posted Jun 30, 2015 by William Murphy

Sword Art Online - Hollow Fragment – Take 2!

Sword Art Online

E3 is a great way to find out about upcoming video games, both for new titles and for titles with updates or re-releases. The latter is true for Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment.Posted Jun 30, 2015 by Genese Davis

Torchlight Mobile - E3 Hands On with Runic’s Latest ARPG

You wouldn’t expect a mobile version of any core PC or console game to be good. But we’ve been proven wrong before. Look at Transistor, Bastion, even the LEGO games. Hell, Minefract is pretty great on the phones and tablets. So why can’t Runic’s Torchlight make a splash on mobile? Well, it can and it will. Read on for our hands on from E3 2015.Posted Jun 26, 2015 by William Murphy

E3 2015: Take a Look at WildStar’s Free-to-Play Transition, Cupcake


WildStar has always been a terrific candidate for a non-subscription-based business model, and at E3 2015 last week, we got a chance to chat with Carbine Studios about their flagship MMORPG’s upcoming free-to-play transition. It’s no surprise that they’ve received a great response to the transition since their announcement of it a few weeks ago, with over 100,000 free-to-play beta signups in the first day.Posted Jun 25, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

E3 2015 – The White March Part One Preview

Pillars of Eternity

The first expansion to Pillars of Eternity is upon us, and lo: it looks really freaking good. We met with Obsidian’s Josh Sawyer at E3 to chat about The White March Part One, what players can expect from the expansion, and what we can all expect from future content updates going forward.Posted Jun 23, 2015 by William Murphy

E3 2015: Free-to-Play Wuxia Action - The Business Model Revealed

Blade & Soul

The Chinese Wuxia genre is one of the most celebrated martial traditions in modern films and video games, and Blade & Soul, a new free-to-play MMORPG from NCSOFT, looks to put that genre on center stage. Blade & Soul, which will launch with a fully realized, three-act story at launch, will feature high-level, competitive PvP, with hardcore features like a 1v1 arena in which gear will be equalized to promote player skill.Posted Jun 23, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh