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Being a DM Has Never Been So Fun

Sword Coast Legends

One of the absolute highlights of E3 2015 was finally getting hands on with n-Games upcoming multiplayer RPG Sword Coast Legends. You’re likely following this one already, but just in case you’re not: it’s essentially the second coming of Neverwinter Nights, and it looks and plays gloriously. What’s more? It’ll let you build your own campaigns from scratch and lord over four players as a benevolent (or in my case, sadistic) dungeon master. Posted Jun 22, 2015 by William Murphy

E3 2015 Preview: Zodiac: Orcanon Odyssey

As unorthodox as it may sound, Kobojo’s Zodiac: Orcanon Odyssey is an attempt by a western developer to create a JRPG that will be just as successful in both the Japanese and western markets. It’s an ambitious project that has been in development for the past two and a half years as a collaboration between Kobojo, Basiscape, and legendary writer Kazushige Nojima and composer Hitoshi Sakimoto of Final Fantasy fame.Posted Jun 19, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

E3 2015 - The Taken King Hands On Preview

Destiny

This week at E3 we got our chance to play some hands on Destiny with their newest expansion The Taken King. The release date is Sept. 15, 2015. The expansion brings a lot of updates to the game but we wanted to talk about some of the game play aspects. Posted Jun 19, 2015 by Garrett Fuller

E3 2015 – Knights of the Fallen Empire Preview

Star Wars: The Old Republic

It’s the year of Star Wars with the new movie, Battlefront, and now SWTOR’s next big expansion: Knights of the Fallen Empire. Announced officially during EA’s E3 press conference, the expansion marks a new major story initiative for BioWare’s MMORPG, and we got to see just what that means in a behind-closed-doors presentation at EA’s press booth.Posted Jun 19, 2015 by William Murphy

Crossout: Think Mad Max Crossed with Spore

Crossout

If you think Mad Max crossed with Spore and you will have a good idea of what this game is all about: design and build your own post-apocalyptic murder vehicle, then test it in arena-style combats versus other psychotic mechanics.Posted Jun 18, 2015 by Terry OBrien

Yoshi P on the Eve of Heavensward

Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward

Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward launches in just a few short days, and yet the team at Square Enix was busy showing the game off to press, fans, and other industry types at E3 2015. We asked Yoshi P why they’re so crazy, and the answer was simple: they’re very proud of what they’ve done, and they want to show it off. Posted Jun 18, 2015 by William Murphy

E3 2015 - It Looks Damned Good & Highly Addictive

The Division

The Division has been one of my most anticipated games for quite some time. It feels like years really. That's why I I started foaming at the mouth when Ubisoft asked if I wanted to get some hands-on time with the game. I'm pretty sure I had to be resuscitated. Posted Jun 18, 2015 by Hive Leader

E3 2015 - Guild Halls Are Coming!

Guild Wars 2

Let's get this out of the way: by the time you're reading this, Heart of Thorns will have just gone on sale, so get yourself to the Guild Wars 2 website (or really, ANYWHERE) and pick yourself up a preorder.Posted Jun 16, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

Preview - Not Bad, But Nothing New Either

Echo of Soul

Echo of Soul is a free-to-play fantasy-themed MMORPG that was originally released in Korea in 2013 and now is making its way to North America and Europe with Aeria Games. The game’s story tells of a goddess who sacrificed her life to save the world, causing her body to disperse into souls scattered across all of its inhabitants which later has a play in the game’s key feature: Soul Skill system. Posted Jun 16, 2015 by Catherine Daro

Guild of Dungeoneering: A Fun Tabletop Card Game with a Twist

When I first saw Guild of Dungeoneering, I’ll admit, I wasn’t interested in the slightest. By taking one look at a screenshot it almost looked too simple to me. Despite the common saying of not judging a book by its cover. 10 hours later and the developers at Gambrinous have completely proven me wrong with an early build. Guild of Dungeoneering appears simple from the outside, yet it gives you a fun tabletop card game to play with its own unique twist.Posted Jun 13, 2015 by Jeffrey Lerman

The General’s Order of Battle

World of Tanks Generals

Collectible Card games are all the rage as of late. There is something about building your deck out of cards you have collected that fit your play style and master strategy that appeals to gamers who want to feel more in control of their gaming destiny.Posted Jun 6, 2015 by Franklin Rinaldi

Satellite Reign: Insert Weather Pun Here

Satellite Reign

As promised last week I’m back today with hands on impressions of Satellite Reign. The first thing I can tell you from the initial few hours that I spent in this cyberpunk city is the developers could have called this one Satellite Rain, because it did a lot of that. But all weather puns aside the game has promise if not mass appeal and fans of strategy games will want to pay attention to this one.Posted Jun 4, 2015 by Robert Lashley

The Great Tank Makeover

World of Tanks

Games are made available on a new console all the time, not many however get a complete makeover from the ground up. World of Tanks is a great game on the Xbox360, but the visual and auditory makeover to bring it to the Xbox One is a work of art.Posted Jun 3, 2015 by Franklin Rinaldi

The New Mechlab Heralds Major Changes

MechWarrior Online

It’s been a while since we heard from MechWarrior Online and its developer Piranha Games. There’s a good reason for that. Since last year, Piranha took over sole-ownership of the game and its development and has been focusing hard on delivering a stream of updates asked for by its players. It’s been a difficulty five months or so, but now Piranha is ready to show off all of its hard work and unveil plans for its latest big update.Posted Jun 2, 2015 by William Murphy

Russian Closed Beta Report - Does GameNet Deliver?

Black Desert Online

The 28th of May marked the beginning of the first phase of closed beta-testing for the Russian version of Black Desert. MMORPG.com had the opportunity to participate in the CBT along with the other testers.Posted Jun 1, 2015 by Catherine Daro

Guess What? WildStar is Going Free to Play

WildStar

It’s not going to surprise anyone here, as we all follow Carbine’s freshman outing closely, but the sci-fi fantasy MMORPG is going Free to Play (F2P) this fall, and we’ve got the full scoop. We recently flew out to Santa Monica (at NCSOFT’s expense) to preview many of the game’s upcoming changes. Read on to learn where WildStar has been, and where it’s going in 2015.Posted May 28, 2015 by William Murphy

Bringing the MOBA Back to its RTS Roots

Victory Command

The MOBA genre’s roots lie in the now struggling RTS genre, but Petroglyph and PlayGrid hope to bring those roots back to the forefront with a new MOBA called Victory Command. Currently in Early Access on Steam, Victory Command is a 5v5 military themed MOBA where players fight it out using a small to moderate sized squad of units organized under 12+ distinct companies. Posted May 27, 2015 by Michael Bitton

The Beta Was Eventful

Guild Wars 2

Quests have always been a staple for MMOs, and while they do make an appearance in Guild Wars 2, it’s the events that will steer most of your adventuring. The core of Guild Wars 2 introduced the mechanic of the dynamic event, and the Living World experimented with it. Now it’s time to see how HoT will take the concept to the next level. Posted May 27, 2015 by David North

Revved Up - Our First Look At The Revenant

Guild Wars 2

Like many Guild Wars 2 players, I took the new revenant class out for a spin in the recent beta event for Heart of Thorns. How did it go? Well, I died rather infrequently... that's something, right?Posted May 27, 2015 by Jason Winter

Halls of Power Part II Preview

DC Universe Online

Halls of Power Part II is the second part of a trilogy of DLC episodes for DC Universe Online. Inspired by Jack Kirby’s “Fourth World” works for DC Comics, this series introduces a number of popular characters from New Genesis and Apokolips to DCUO. We recently had an opportunity to check out the new DLC in a demo run by DCUO senior creative director Jens Andersen and design director Jesse Benjamin.Posted May 20, 2015 by Michael Bitton