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  • How Destiny is Better Than The Division

    Two weeks ago, our RPG columnist wrote a controversial editorial describing how he thought The Division was already better than Destiny. He’s dove head first back into Destiny and spent the last two weeks rediscovering what he loved when the game launched, and it’s expansions, each launched. This week in the RPG Files, we’re going to look at the flip side of the coin and explore how Destiny is better than the Division.

    Posted on 04/08/2016 by Christopher Coke
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  • The Big Lessons The Division Can Teach RPGs

    More than two years since its first announcement, The Division is finally upon us. While Rob is working on the review, we’re going to look at things from a different angle. Even though The Division falls firmly in the “hybrid” camp of the RPG genre, we think it has some important lessons that the rest of the RPG genre needs to take note of. Here’s what other RPGs need to learn.

    Posted on 03/11/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • Sister Wives - The Tale of the Modern RPG

    It’s almost Valentine’s Day and love is in the air! This week, Chris talks about sweet, sweet love, erm… workin’ it, and how modern RPGs really seem to hate monogamy.

    Posted on 02/11/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • The Upcoming RPGs of 2016

    The sheer amount of RPGs coming out in 2016, is staggering. Unlike with our MMOs of 2016 list, we won’t strive to list them all. Instead, we’re curating our Top 25 most anticipated RPGs of 2016. Here’s hoping they all launch this year!

    Posted on 01/11/2016 by Suzie Ford
  • That's Not an RPG! 2016 Edition

    It’s a new year and that means it’s time to return again to a question we first posed last year: What exactly makes an RPG? As different genres appropriate more staples of the roleplaying genre, the waters continue to get muddier and muddier. Is Fallout 4 an RPG, for example? How about Destiny? Let’s break down exactly what makes an RPG in 2016.

    Posted on 01/01/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • The Best of 2015

    If this year of MMO releases can be categorized by any one thing, it might be that the existing MMOs in the landscape had great years, while we wait for the next big thing to come along. Meanwhile, the single player RPG had an absolutely stellar time, with some truly amazing games and expansions released throughout the calendar year. We’ve polled our staff, and these are the games we loved the most in 2015, and the ones we’re looking forward to the most in 2016.

    Posted on 12/11/2015 by William Murphy
  • Fallout is Still Riddled with Bugs and That’s a Problem

    Gamers everywhere are returning to the wasteland. You’ll hear a lot in the coming weeks about how much there is to love in Bethesda’s new RPG -- and also about bugs. Like every Bethesda game before it, Fallout 4 has its fair share of glitches. Join us as we explore why this is a bigger problem than gamers make it out to be.

    Posted on 11/13/2015 by Christopher Coke
  • A Skeptic's Return to Destiny

    The original Destiny was a letdown. Our author played it through and, like so many others, left just after finishing the campaign, equally disappointed and aggravated at the game that should have been. With all the buzz surrounding The Taken King, he’s returned to see if it lives up to the hype. Is one expansion enough to overcome a year’s worth of mistakes?

    Posted on 10/02/2015 by Christopher Coke
  • Mass Effect 2: Best RPG of Its Generation?

    Somewhere out there in the inscrutable network of eBay delivery, there’s a PS4 that’s making its way excruciatingly slowly towards my apartment. In preparation for this new addition to the family, I’ve been going through some older console games that have taken a back seat to newer titles and PC exclusives. One of the games that has been collecting dust is Mass Effect 3, and I’m currently building up the mental energy required to tackle the long-winded capstone to Bioware’s scifi trilogy.

    Posted on 08/22/2014 by Som Pourfarzaneh
  • Bioware Reveals Never-Ending RPG

    Welcome back to the RPG Files, the column where roleplay gamers fly their geek flags proud. Our biggest story this goes right to Bioware with their announcement of Shadow Realms. It sounds like they’re going back to their roots with a fresh, modern spin and we couldn’t be more excited. We also have fresh news straight from Gamescom 2014, so gather your party and join us as we adventure through the stories below!

    Posted on 08/16/2014 by Christopher Coke

Editorial

  • Thoughts on Inqusition and Mass Effect 4

    We were present at today's EA Press Conference for E3 2014, and thankfully were not disappointed in the RPG department. Both Dragon Age: Inquisition and Mass Effect 4 got some new info dumps. We also learned that BioWare is hard at work on a brand new IP, but nothing else about that was said. Read on for our impressions of the Inquisition gameplay and the ME4 news.

    Posted on 06/10/2014 by William Murphy

Awards

  • The Best of 2015

    If this year of MMO releases can be categorized by any one thing, it might be that the existing MMOs in the landscape had great years, while we wait for the next big thing to come along. Meanwhile, the single player RPG had an absolutely stellar time, with some truly amazing games and expansions released throughout the calendar year. We’ve polled our staff, and these are the games we loved the most in 2015, and the ones we’re looking forward to the most in 2016.

    Posted on 12/11/2015 by William Murphy

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  • The Big Lessons The Division Can Teach RPGs

    More than two years since its first announcement, The Division is finally upon us. While Rob is working on the review, we’re going to look at things from a different angle. Even though The Division falls firmly in the “hybrid” camp of the RPG genre, we think it has some important lessons that the rest of the RPG genre needs to take note of. Here’s what other RPGs need to learn.

    Posted on 03/11/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • Sister Wives - The Tale of the Modern RPG

    It’s almost Valentine’s Day and love is in the air! This week, Chris talks about sweet, sweet love, erm… workin’ it, and how modern RPGs really seem to hate monogamy.

    Posted on 02/11/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • The Upcoming RPGs of 2016

    The sheer amount of RPGs coming out in 2016, is staggering. Unlike with our MMOs of 2016 list, we won’t strive to list them all. Instead, we’re curating our Top 25 most anticipated RPGs of 2016. Here’s hoping they all launch this year!

    Posted on 01/11/2016 by Suzie Ford
  • That's Not an RPG! 2016 Edition

    It’s a new year and that means it’s time to return again to a question we first posed last year: What exactly makes an RPG? As different genres appropriate more staples of the roleplaying genre, the waters continue to get muddier and muddier. Is Fallout 4 an RPG, for example? How about Destiny? Let’s break down exactly what makes an RPG in 2016.

    Posted on 01/01/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • Fallout is Still Riddled with Bugs and That’s a Problem

    Gamers everywhere are returning to the wasteland. You’ll hear a lot in the coming weeks about how much there is to love in Bethesda’s new RPG -- and also about bugs. Like every Bethesda game before it, Fallout 4 has its fair share of glitches. Join us as we explore why this is a bigger problem than gamers make it out to be.

    Posted on 11/13/2015 by Christopher Coke
  • A Skeptic's Return to Destiny

    The original Destiny was a letdown. Our author played it through and, like so many others, left just after finishing the campaign, equally disappointed and aggravated at the game that should have been. With all the buzz surrounding The Taken King, he’s returned to see if it lives up to the hype. Is one expansion enough to overcome a year’s worth of mistakes?

    Posted on 10/02/2015 by Christopher Coke
  • Mass Effect 2: Best RPG of Its Generation?

    Somewhere out there in the inscrutable network of eBay delivery, there’s a PS4 that’s making its way excruciatingly slowly towards my apartment. In preparation for this new addition to the family, I’ve been going through some older console games that have taken a back seat to newer titles and PC exclusives. One of the games that has been collecting dust is Mass Effect 3, and I’m currently building up the mental energy required to tackle the long-winded capstone to Bioware’s scifi trilogy.

    Posted on 08/22/2014 by Som Pourfarzaneh
  • Bioware Reveals Never-Ending RPG

    Welcome back to the RPG Files, the column where roleplay gamers fly their geek flags proud. Our biggest story this goes right to Bioware with their announcement of Shadow Realms. It sounds like they’re going back to their roots with a fresh, modern spin and we couldn’t be more excited. We also have fresh news straight from Gamescom 2014, so gather your party and join us as we adventure through the stories below!

    Posted on 08/16/2014 by Christopher Coke
  • The Game Beyond the Game – Fans Take Charge

    Last week, Rob Lashley wrote a terrific column called “Connecting Players to Virtual Worlds” that got me thinking about all the other ways that players stay connected to their favorite games. Often, these very connections go beyond the developers and, in a way, become entities unto themselves. Players create opportunities to show off their devotion in many different and divergent ways.

    Posted on 08/04/2014 by Suzie Ford
  • Teenage Girls Create Their First RPG

    It’s Friday and that means it’s time for another edition of The Week in RPGs, your weekly breakdown of all things roleplaying games. This week we’re talking Girls Make Games, new extended gameplay video for Dragon Age: Inquisition, Mass Effect 4, Dark Souls 2’s first DLC, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel invading Borderlands 2, and even a new Final Fantasy game.

    Posted on 07/18/2014 by Christopher Coke

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