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  • Ubisoft is Right to Punish Cheaters, Now to Fix Their Game...

    On April 12th, Ubisoft Massive released its first major content addition to The Division, finally adding its version of raids, called Incursions. While the additional content for max level players is welcome, the execution of the update was terrible. In no time at all, players were exploiting the raid and earning multiple max level items, breaking the Dark Zone while they were at it. Ubisoft needs to teach these players a harsh lesson.

    Posted on 04/22/2016 by Christopher Coke
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  • Incursions Taps into a Tidbit of the Game's Full Potential

    Incursion, the brand new patch for Tom Clancy's The Division, has invaded the game. This new patch introduces a plethora of new content including Assignments, new gear, Dark Zone Supply Drops, and of course the new raid-like incursion; Falcon Lost. In a game often faulted for its lack of end game content and worthwhile rewards, is Patch 1.1 enough to silence the naysayers?

    Posted on 04/15/2016 by Tiffany Bechdel
  • 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
  • The Division is Already Better Than Destiny

    The Division has been compared to Destiny since long before it launched. Now that both games are in the wild, our RPG columnist has gotten his hands on both and has rendered his initial verdict. It might change once, but for now, find out why he think The Division is clearly better than Destiny.

    Posted on 03/25/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • Captain, We Are the Wolves

    Rob pulls himself away from tagging sticky bombs to murderers long enough to write about what he has been up to over the past week in Tom Clancy’s the Division. Hint: It goes boom.

    Posted on 03/17/2016 by Robert Lashley
  • Scratching That Itch with Tom Clancy’s The Division

    I’ve been a bit apprehensive of The Division given all the delays, rumors, and Ubisoft’s not so hot track record. However, after having put some time into the open beta, I decided to roll the dice and take a chance.

    Posted on 03/16/2016 by Michael Bitton
  • Why The Division Shouldn't Borrow Certain RPG Tropes

    If you haven't yet played Tom Clancy's The Division, you're missing out. It's too early to tell how long it will last, but The Division has been a good deal of fun so far. Its vision for a post-apocalyptic Manhattan is amazingly realized, and the sobering sense of wonder you'll feel wandering its snowy, abandoned streets is gripping. But I can't help but feel disappointed with how carelessly The Division treats that lovingly crafted world.

    Posted on 03/11/2016 by Steven Messner
  • 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
  • Review in Progress One - Streets of New York

    Rob checks in from the streets of New York after his first few days on duty. Find out what he thinks of Tom Clancy’s the Division so far.

    Posted on 03/10/2016 by Robert Lashley
  • Launch Day Thoughts

    Later this week, Rob Lashley will begin his review in progress for The Division, Ubisoft’s brand new quasi-MMO shooter set in a near future dystopian New York City. We’ve covered the game a lot during previous betas, and today marks the official launch of Ubi’s first real attempt at a massive online offering. We’ve got a few thoughts on our first few hours, so read on.

    Posted on 03/08/2016 by William Murphy

Editorial

  • Review in Progress One - Streets of New York

    Rob checks in from the streets of New York after his first few days on duty. Find out what he thinks of Tom Clancy’s the Division so far.

    Posted on 03/10/2016 by Robert Lashley
  • PC Beta First Impressions

    The Division, like Destiny, is part of a new class of small-group MMOs. Sharing a larger online world, with pockets of big social spaces, then smaller phased group areas makes The Division a lot like Destiny, or even the original Guild Wars. But what exactly is Ubisoft's first MMO all about? Read on to find out...

    Posted on 01/31/2016 by William Murphy

Previews

  • E3 2015 - It Looks Damned Good & Highly Addictive

    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 on 06/18/2015 by Hive Leader
  • I Can't Wait to Play It...For Now

    Convention lines are a fact of life. But lining up for…I didn’t even know what, that was something new. The Division was hidden inside a giant box. There was no sound coming from it, no hints at what might be inside. Our only choice was to jump in and find out for ourselves. While waiting we wondered, would we finally be getting hands on time with the game I’ve been eagerly awaiting since it was first announced?

    Posted on 08/20/2014 by Shannon Doyle
  • A Post-Pandemic New York City In Your Living Room

    I live just outside of New York City. I grew up here. As a kid, and still to this day, one of my all time favorite movies is Escape From New York. No one can deny the idea of a post apocalyptic city as being immensely fun in a game world. Ubisoft’s The Division brings a post pandemic New York City into your living room and puts you right in the action as part of the team sent in to liberate New York and take the city back after the deadly virus.

    Posted on 06/19/2014 by Garrett Fuller
  • The Division at E3 2013

    Tom Clancy's The Division is an MMO with a twist. We checked the game out at this year's E3 event. Read on for our full report!

    Posted on 06/24/2013 by Michael Bitton

General Article

  • Incursions Taps into a Tidbit of the Game's Full Potential

    Incursion, the brand new patch for Tom Clancy's The Division, has invaded the game. This new patch introduces a plethora of new content including Assignments, new gear, Dark Zone Supply Drops, and of course the new raid-like incursion; Falcon Lost. In a game often faulted for its lack of end game content and worthwhile rewards, is Patch 1.1 enough to silence the naysayers?

    Posted on 04/15/2016 by Tiffany Bechdel
  • Captain, We Are the Wolves

    Rob pulls himself away from tagging sticky bombs to murderers long enough to write about what he has been up to over the past week in Tom Clancy’s the Division. Hint: It goes boom.

    Posted on 03/17/2016 by Robert Lashley
  • Launch Day Thoughts

    Later this week, Rob Lashley will begin his review in progress for The Division, Ubisoft’s brand new quasi-MMO shooter set in a near future dystopian New York City. We’ve covered the game a lot during previous betas, and today marks the official launch of Ubi’s first real attempt at a massive online offering. We’ve got a few thoughts on our first few hours, so read on.

    Posted on 03/08/2016 by William Murphy

Awards

  • MMORPG’s Best of E3 2015 Awards

    It’s that time of year! Time to blather on about the games we drooled over the most at E3 2015. Yes, we know these awards mean very little in the grand scheme of things. But stop being so pessimistic. Games are fun, and being excited about the ones you want to play in the future is part of what makes this hobby so great. So without further ado, here are our picks for the Best of E3 2015.

    Posted on 06/25/2015 by William Murphy
  • The Best of E3 2014 Awards

    It’s that time again, folks - the time of year where E3 has come and gone and we meaninglessly list out our favorite games from the show. Okay, it’s not entirely meaningless. E3 is one of the biggest events in gaming and it’s a great place to get a first look and first hands-on with some of the year’s best and brightest titles. So without further ado, here are MMORPG.com’s Best of E3 2014 Awards.

    Posted on 06/17/2014 by William Murphy

Column

  • 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
  • The Division is Already Better Than Destiny

    The Division has been compared to Destiny since long before it launched. Now that both games are in the wild, our RPG columnist has gotten his hands on both and has rendered his initial verdict. It might change once, but for now, find out why he think The Division is clearly better than Destiny.

    Posted on 03/25/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • Scratching That Itch with Tom Clancy’s The Division

    I’ve been a bit apprehensive of The Division given all the delays, rumors, and Ubisoft’s not so hot track record. However, after having put some time into the open beta, I decided to roll the dice and take a chance.

    Posted on 03/16/2016 by Michael Bitton
  • Why The Division Shouldn't Borrow Certain RPG Tropes

    If you haven't yet played Tom Clancy's The Division, you're missing out. It's too early to tell how long it will last, but The Division has been a good deal of fun so far. Its vision for a post-apocalyptic Manhattan is amazingly realized, and the sobering sense of wonder you'll feel wandering its snowy, abandoned streets is gripping. But I can't help but feel disappointed with how carelessly The Division treats that lovingly crafted world.

    Posted on 03/11/2016 by Steven Messner
  • 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
  • It's Time to Come Back to Pillars of Eternity

    Pillars of Eternity’s White March expansion has concluded (read the review) and Part Two has cemented the game as one of the best isometric RPGs of the decade. Still, players tell tales about its difficulty and many, maybe even you, have decided it’s not for you. Well, we’re here to tell you you’re wrong and that the time has come for you to enter Eora at last. Read on to find out just how Obsidian has heard, and answered, your concerns.

    Posted on 02/26/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • SWTOR - Less MMO, More RPG Than Ever Before

    Hot on the heels of The Force Awakens, Chris jumped back into Star Wars: The Old Republic to see how it holds up. It’s half the MMO it used to be and a much better RPG because of it! Read on to find out why. Plus, in the Quick Hits, we have impressions of The Division, Darkest Dungeon’s roadmap from launch, a new character and the possibility of a new demo for Final Fantasy XV, free content for Shadowrun: Hong Kong, and more!

    Posted on 02/05/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • I'm Cautiously Excited About The Division

    This weekend Ubisoft opened up the PC beta for the Division. Read on to find out why Rob is excited about what the Division represents and what he thinks of the game's potential.

    Posted on 02/02/2016 by Robert Lashley
  • On Bringing Dragon's Dogma Online to the West

    This week our friend Christopher Coke is celebrating a new arrival in his family, so Bill Murphy is sitting in to talk about the week’s RPG news. Also, he urges you all to play Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen on the PC, so we might get the MMO version outside of Japan.

    Posted on 01/22/2016 by William Murphy
  • The Upcoming MMOs of 2016

    2015 is in the past, and the majority of 2016 lies ahead. What games will we be playing as we crawl through the calendar year? We’re here to help figure that out. With this week’s List, we’ll take a quick look at all MMOs we expect to hit beta, early access, and launch in 2016. Click through and start adding games to your wish list!

    Posted on 01/04/2016 by William Murphy
  • Top 10 Most Anticipated MMO Releases of 2015

    Right now we are in a bit of a lull in the MMO release schedule. Crowdfunding campaigns like Crowfall keep on trucking and the astronomically high level of hype around Star Citizen continues to escalate, but both of those games are pretty far off from a real release. This list isn’t going to mention any current crowdfunding games, nor will it mention stuff that will go into a closed alpha of any kind – only open betas and full releases.

    Posted on 03/16/2015 by David Jagneaux
  • Three Questions for 2014

    Last week, Rob Lashley gave you three words to sum up 2013. This week, he is back, this time with three questions for the forthcoming year. See what Rob wants to know before heading to the comments to tell us what you want to find out in 2014.

    Posted on 01/02/2014 by Robert Lashley
  • The Most Wanted MMOs of 2014

    In this week’s List, we’re doing the obvious… ranking our staff’s top ten Most Wanted MMOs of 2014. The new year is just a day away, so it’s time we took stock of the ten games, expansions, and so forth we’re most looking forward to in the next twelve months. So tarry no more, read on, and dig our list of the Most Wanted MMOs for 2014.

    Posted on 12/31/2013 by William Murphy

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