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BattleCry E3 2014 Preview

At E3 2014 one of the games that really caught our eye was BattleCry. We were excited to see the announcement for the game a few weeks ago. The bloody violent trailer was great to watch. However we were not sure about the persistence of this online world. Happily we learned quickly from MMO veteran Rich Vogel that the game has a persistent War Front, progression, and even some crafting. Needless to say, we are listing the game on Jun 14, 2014 by Garrett Fuller

E3 Preview – Build Your Orc Army

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

What a way to cap my E3 2014. We had a resounding 30 appointments or so over three days this week in LA, and among those many games there’s hardly a one that didn’t have something at least a little redeeming about what was on show. However, few games really grabbed our attention. Those which did, we’ll be announcing in our E3 Awards in the coming days. One of those games that did knock our socks off, though it’s still being debated on whether or not it will win an award, was Shadow of Mordor. Posted Jun 13, 2014 by William Murphy

Up Close & Personal with the Game

Albion Online

In June I had the pleasure of visiting the Sandbox Interactive games studio for an up-close and personal introduction to the forthcoming Albion Online, a sandbox MMO, due out in the last quarter of this year. Posted Jun 13, 2014 by Alexander Brown

E3 Preview: Epic Battles are Epic

Kingdom Under Fire II

There’s something undeniably epic about commanding several squads of troops into battle and running pell-mell after them with reckless abandon. Blueside’s new MMORPG, Kingdom Under Fire II (KUF2), somehow manages to give you an RTS-style feel of tactically directing groups of minions around the battlefield, while retaining the single-character progression and combat that have become hallmarks of modern action MMOs.Posted Jun 12, 2014 by Som Pourfarzaneh

E3 PvE Preview: Halo Evolved


Two things surprised me at our hands-on PvE preview today of Bungie's new MMO darling, Destiny. In the first case, I was astounded by how well the game played and looked in its alpha state. In the second, I was astonished by how I well and truly CRUSHED AT IT.Posted Jun 11, 2014 by Som Pourfarzaneh

Free to Be Cool

Warhammer 40.000: Eternal Crusade

Hey guys, I am writing this one from a hotel room in L.A., after having just sat in on the E3 Eternal Crusade roundtable presentation. The biggest piece of news was the announcement that Behaviour is pushing back the release of the Founders Program to the 25th of June. While disappointing, the pushback was necessary in order to allow the implementation of all the neat things that Behaviour wanted to get into the Founders Program.Posted Jun 11, 2014 by Terry OBrien

A Hands On Visit to Tokyo & What’s to Come

The Secret World

As you might be aware, the game underwent some transition and the team became a smaller one. Yet the dedication to the promised content prevailed, and it is finally ready. We got a peek into the new content with Game Director Joel Bylos this week, who took us through what players can expect when they finally enter Tokyo.Posted Jun 4, 2014 by Christina Gonzalez

First Look at Lifeline

State of Decay

Lifeline is the second DLC for Undead Lab’s State of Decay. At the beginning of Lifeline you find yourself dropped into the middle of a new city that has been overrun by zombies. Apparently the military in this game calls them zed. You are immediately thrust into the middle of the action and will have to make your way to base. There is no slow burn here.Posted May 29, 2014 by Robert Lashley

Bringing Back the Old School RPG

Wasteland 2

One of Wasteland's original developers, Brian Fargo, left Interplay to form inXile Entertainment in 2003 but it wasn't until 2012 that the KickStarter initiative for Wasteland 2 was announced along with the news that many of the original development team would also be working on the sequel. Wasteland 2 became one of the earliest and most quickly funded KickStarter projects ever proving that the 'old school RPG' is still fashionable and desired.Posted May 27, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Downright Enjoyable for Survival Fans


Nether is a first-person shooter survival game set in a claustrophobic city with multiple levels of buildings, rooftops and subways, littered with detailed scenes of horror which tell a bit of the terrifying story of the world. Stumbling through the dark to come across a pile of bloody skeletons, the little details help put your mindset in the same place as the creators’ and really manages to deliver the uneasy feeling that the nether brings. Posted May 22, 2014 by Alexander Brown

Forming the Legion

DUST 514

During EVE FanFest, we heard about Project Legion, CCP’s in-development MMOFPS. But what’s the vision behind the title, and why did the studio decide against evolving Dust 514? Gareth Harmer interviewed Senior Producer Julien Dulioust to find out more.Posted May 21, 2014 by Gareth Harmer

Hands-On with Snail's Steampunk MMO

Black Gold Online

In a world split by a giant mountain range, two distinct cultures evolve: a Steampunk society that values technology and a tribal society that values sacred magic. Inevitably, they clash. It's an intriguing idea that serves as the foundation for what could be a very compelling PvP-oriented MMO. Posted May 12, 2014 by Neilie Johnson

Build Your Own Galaxy & Your Path to Glory


If you're looking for an open world space Action RPG, look no further, Void Expanse has you covered! Atomic Torch allows you to build your own procedurally generated galaxy and make your own path to glory. What makes Void Expanse fun is that it has a large world for you to explore full of encounters of all sorts. Better yet, it's up to you whether you play alone, with friends, or hundreds of other random people. Posted May 9, 2014 by Jeffrey Lerman

Valkyrie: Building the Cockpit

EVE Online

Getting hands-on EVE: Valkyrie, CCP’s space dogfighting sim, was one of the highlights of this year’s EVE FanFest. After pulling himself out of the virtual cockpit, Gareth Harmer interviewed Senior Programmer Sigurdur Gunnarsson about what it took to build this incredible VR experience.Posted May 9, 2014 by Gareth Harmer

Legends of Eisenwald: Turn-Based Strategy Meets Medieval RPG

Legends of Eisenwald

Legends of Eisenwald, by Aterdux Entertainment, is a turn-based tactical strategy RPG that acknowledges its predecessors in the genre while introducing a new emphasis on a gritty low fantasy setting, RPG and story elements, and dynamic combat.Posted May 8, 2014 by Jessica Cook

Touring Amazon Fury with Jens Andersen

DC Universe Online

DC Universe Online’s 10th DLC addition, Amazon Fury Part 1, recently went live for all players and we had a chance to get a personal tour of the new content by DCUO senior creative director Jens Andersen. Posted May 7, 2014 by Michael Bitton

Tempest of Strife: Get Ready to Get Schooled

Age of Wushu

Snail Games’ martial arts-inspired sandbox MMORPG, Age of Wushu, is launching its very first official expansion today. I took part in a walkthrough of Tempest of Strife’s content last week, led by the game’s Community Manager, Peter Kang, and have quite a bit to share about what you can expect from the expansion’s new features. Specifically, Tempest of Strife will be adding seven new factions, a weather system, and dynamic events.Posted May 7, 2014 by Som Pourfarzaneh

Warhammer: Carnage: A First Look

Warhammer: Carnage

Action RPGs continue to get better on mobile platforms. Fans of the in depth Warhammer 40,000 universe will be excited to fight their way through all kinds of foes in the upcoming moble side-scrolling RPG: Carnage. The game puts players in the super armor of a Space Marine and has them fend off Orks and other baddies. We spoke to Kayla Kinnunen about the project to get an idea of what it is like to put the epic universe into a much smaller platform. Posted May 5, 2014 by Garrett Fuller

Disruptor Beam: Can Social Games Be MMOs Too?

Online games have taken on many forms over the past few years. With the changes of platforms and technology the MMO as we know it has split into plenty of splinter groups. The online social game has become one of those groups and continues to grow. Mobile and Social developer Disruptor Beam has harnessed two of the best properties on the market right now and built up a network of solid gameplay which works extremely well in the social space.Posted Apr 29, 2014 by Garrett Fuller

More like ShadowFUN

Shadowrun Online

The much-anticipated Shadowrun Online (SRO) from Cliffhanger Productions is currently in Alpha, and I had a chance last week to give the cyberpunk MMORPG a whirl. The current build is a stripped down version of what will be on offer when the game goes into beta and beyond, but provides a pretty good snapshot of what we can expect come launch.Posted Apr 29, 2014 by Som Pourfarzaneh