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Mobile MMO AxE: Alliance vs Empire is Coming to North America

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Nexon, the publishing/developer powerhouse, has announced that their next generation mobile MMORPG, AxE, will be released in North America later this year. Launching on the App Store and Google Play Store, this action focused MMORPG, promises to bring all of the features you have come to expect from a triple-A MMO to your mobile device. Boasting an vast, open world, immersive fantasy narrative and an epic PVP war between the Alliance and Empire, AxE hopes to present a fully realized MMO experience from the comfort of your phone. Posted Feb 13, 2019 by Matthew Keith

The RPG Files: God Eater 3 Review

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God Eater 3 is a breath of fresh air for the God Eater franchise. It does not change much in terms of how the game is played, but what it does do is heavily improve on a lot of its previous systems and its mechanics. God Eater 3 does bring a new mission type into the game that involves 8 players. This is where I will start my tale of how I no-life my weekend away because it was really hard to pull myself away. This is our God Eater 3 review.Posted Feb 13, 2019 by Ralph Whitmore

Red Dead Reflections

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As is the way of the wild west, each gunslinger eventually takes one last ride into a sunset they call the used to be. My time with Red Dead Redemption 2 has nearly come to an end. I see the conclusion but have yet to pursue it. This struck me as a good time to do a reflections piece on some of the areas that I’d like to see improved upon. Posted Feb 13, 2019 by Tim Eisen

Spellbreak First Impressions

Spellbreak - Previews

Announced back in October 2018, Spellbreak is not just another copy and paste battleground simulation. Peer into Proletariat's world for just a moment and you’ll find fireballs tossed around like frag grenades, whirlwinds, levitating icicles, and teleporting assassins all decorating a mystical landscape with the bodies of your enemies. Spellbreak is a fantasy-themed battle royale and after months of closed alpha testing, Proletariat’s own iteration on the battle royale genre apparates above the parapets today.Posted Feb 12, 2019 by Ed Orr

Black Desert Online Shadow Arena Interview with the Devs

Black Desert Online - Interviews

Black Desert Online recently expanded its content to include a new PvP game mode called Shadow Arena that brings battle royale to players. We had the opportunity to chat with Jae-hee Kim to learn more about why it was added and what it brings to both players and the game. Read on!Posted Feb 12, 2019 by William Murphy

Aston Microphones Stealth Review: Your Sound. Get Some.

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At first glance, the Stealth looks like a slimmed-down Amazon Alexa, but this sleek cylinder is smart in a different way. Within this review we are going to break down what the Aston Stealth is, what it does, and why, if you are a streamer or digital content creator, this may be the most technologically advanced microphones you will ever need.Posted Feb 11, 2019 by Damien Gula

Prosperous Universe Preview - Prosperity Comes Through Complexity

Prosperous Universe - Previews

Developer Simulogics certainly doesn’t make compromises. Calling their games “expert games” and describing Prosperous Universe as a “space economy simulation”, you know to not expect an easy ride. As if this wouldn’t be already enough of a niche market by itself, Prosperous Universe is delivered as a browser game - in 2019. Yet, the game, which is currently in its so called first access phase, has quite a lot to offer to those who are willing to dive into a sterilely presented but deep, complex and fully player-driven economy. Posted Feb 11, 2019 by Markus Rohringer

The Division 2 Impressions – Divided Gameplay

The Division 2 - Previews

From my initial gameplay impressions, through my interview with Keith Evans, and on to the end of the private beta test, I’ve had the opportunity to play The Division 2 more than most. After sufficient time in the very early game and more rounds in the Black Tusks invaded mission than anyone would realistically want to play, especially knowing that they wouldn’t keep any of the loot on launch, there’s no doubt that The Division 2 has improved over The Division 1, but is it enough to justify a purchase for players that are on the fence? Posted Feb 11, 2019 by Steven Weber

February 10th, 2019 Weekly Newsletter

General - Newsletters

In Issue 654 of the Newsletter, we look at Albion Online and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Feb 10, 2019 by Michael Bitton

Kingshunt Hands-On Preview & Interview - A Game Forging Its Own Path

Kingshunt - Interviews

Kingshunt is an up and coming game currently in development at Vaki Studios. We had the opportunity to play through a vertical slice of Kingshunt with the developers to get a look at the game that is aiming for a niche not occupied by any other at the present time. How well the game progresses through development, through testing, and into release remains to be seen, but at first glance, Kingshunt seems to be onto something truly different.Posted Feb 10, 2019 by Suzie Ford

Subnautica: Below Zero – Above Average

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Unknown Worlds Entertainment releases the next installment of their fantastically innovative Subnautica. How does Subnautica: Below Zero stack up against its predecessor? Red Thomas dives in to give readers his thoughts on the new game.Posted Feb 9, 2019 by Red Thomas

NETGEAR Nighthawk XR700 Pro Gaming Router Review

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As gamers, we require a lot from our WiFi routers. We need good speeds that take advantage of our internet. We need low latency even when sharing bandwidth. We need more control to forward ports and optimize connections. Today, we’re looking at the NETGEAR Nighthawk XR700, a premium WiFi router custom-made for gamers. It’s packed with features intended to take your gaming to the next level but do they? Find out in our official review.Posted Feb 8, 2019 by Christopher Coke

The RPG Files: Kingdom Hearts 3 Review

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As the credit rolled onscreen, I sat in disbelief at the journey I was just on. Almost seventeen years of storytelling wrapped up in a 30-hour ride of joy, sadness, laughter and anger - and I couldn’t believe it was over. Yet, even at the end, Kingdom Hearts 3 left even more questions than answers, prodding me to immediately load up my save and start playing it again, desperate to capture any detail I might’ve missed previously.Posted Feb 8, 2019 by Joseph Bradford

Guild Wars 2: Playing Together or Getting Further Apart?

Guild Wars 2 - Columns

After more than six years, I can still remember finding ArenaNet’s approach to gathering mind-blowing. Like world events and mob tagging, the gathering system in Guild Wars 2 dragged us out of the dark ages. In a move that seems almost obvious now, ArenaNet instanced gathering nodes, materials, and collectible resources to individual players wandering the Plains of Ashford or skipping through the Streets of Divinity's Reach.Posted Feb 8, 2019 by Ed Orr

Impressions of Amazon's New World

New World - Previews

On Tuesday, February 5th, the good people at Amazon and Fortyseven invited a group of game enthusiasts to attend an Alpha event to get a glimpse at the progress being made on their New World project. Not only were we given time to experience the game in its present form, but we were also taken on a tour of the dynamic Company vs. Company warfare that awaits players in this large scale PvP title. Posted Feb 8, 2019 by Paul Eno

Das Keyboard 5Q Review: Smart Keyboards Finally Arrive

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Mechanical keyboards are largely the same. Coming from the resident keyboard geek, that probably sounds like heresy but let’s face it: it’s hard to break meaningful ground is a peripheral that’s been such a mainstay of our computer use. Well, that’s exactly what Das Keyboard has done with the the brand new 5Q. It may just be the world’s first smart keyboard and aims to not only help you communicate but to communicate with you.Posted Feb 7, 2019 by Christopher Coke

From The Gates of Ahn'Qiraj to Marshmello – Live Events

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This past weekend Fortnite hosted a concert. It was not the boring snooze fest of the Super Bowl, or even the Half-Time show. No, this weekend Marshmello played a live concert in Fortnite, if you were there then you saw something spectacular which had been attempted many times before and failed. This time, the ideas were right, the impact was strong, and everyone loved it. Now, let’s go back a few years to see where these ideas began. The death of Lord British is the best place to start. Posted Feb 7, 2019 by Garrett Fuller

Builds to Get You Started in Anthem

Anthem - Columns

Anthem drops in about a week for Origin Access Premier players and in roughly two weeks for everyone else. While we expect there will be a ton of changes between the demo and the full game, these are some ability build ideas to roll with when you jump into the full version of Anthem.Posted Feb 7, 2019 by Michael Bitton

AMD Radeon VII Review - More Compelling Than Ray Tracing?

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It’s no secret that over the last two years AMD hasn’t been able to truly compete in the enthusiast graphics space. While they are taking market share away from Intel in the CPU world thanks to their incredible Ryzen CPUs (love my Ryzen 7 1700, by the way), the company’s flagship consumer card, the Vega 64, failed to capture the high end market as many consumers were hoping for. Posted Feb 7, 2019 by Joseph Bradford

6 Reasons to Check Out Albion Online in 2019

Albion Online - Developer Journals

A lot has changed in Albion Online since its release in 2017. For those who've been away from the game for a while, or haven't yet tried it out, we've put together this list of some things that have been happening in the game since launch. From new features that offer broader gameplay experiences to far-reaching upgrades and improvements, here's what you might have missed.Posted Feb 7, 2019