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Atlas ain't quite ready to sail the seas, matey

Atlas - Editorials

Atlas is ambitious. It’s going to be, with time and development, one of the singularly most massive MMOs ever created. But right now, in Early Access, and even for the low sale price of $25, I’d recommend against buying it. The promise of everything you saw in that Gameplay Trailer is there, but the rough state of servers and performance mean you’re better off waiting to see if things improve even if it means spending $5 more.Posted Dec 24, 2018 by William Murphy

December 23rd, 2018 Weekly Newsletter

General - Newsletters

In Issue 647 of the Newsletter, we look at EverQuest and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Dec 23, 2018 by Ben Krueger

Input Club Kira Review: Best Mechanical Keyboard 2018

General - Hardware Reviews

Worlds are colliding. Custom enthusiast keyboards and gaming keyboards are joining together thanks to our friends at Input Club. In today’s review, we’re looking at the Kira, the single best keyboard we’ve used all year. Whether you’re a gamer, writer, or a regular joe who just wants to bring their computing experience to the next level, this is a keyboard you won’t want to miss.Posted Dec 21, 2018 by Christopher Coke

TCL 6-Series UHD TV Review: The Best TV Under $1000

General - Hardware Reviews

It’s the holiday season and that means it’s the perfect time to go shopping for a new TV. Don’t go out and buy just anything: with HDR finally becoming standardized, you might just find yourself with an outdated TV as you walk out of the store. Thankfully, we’ve done the research for you and come away with the hands-down best TV under $1000: the TCL 6-Series. This is our full review.Posted Dec 21, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Guild Wars 2 - How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the Golem

Guild Wars 2 - Columns

After years of apathy towards the marvels of the Asura, one moment gave me a reason to reconsider my reticence. Simply put, a little Golem stole my heart. That’s right, a glimmer of humanity among these walking inferiority complexes sprung into Living World episode, A Bug in the System made me look at the Genius Operated Living Enchanted Manifestation in a different light. Posted Dec 21, 2018 by Ed Orr

XFX RX 590 Fatboy 8GB Review

General - Hardware Reviews

The world of video cards is advancing but as tech marches on, prices march up. Not all of us can afford $1200 on a video card and AMD is here with the answer. Today, we’re looking at the XFX RX 590 Fatboy, the latest in AMD’s line of Polaris GPUs. It’s made with AMD’s new 12nm process and features a fast boost clock, but is it enough to warrant an upgrade? Posted Dec 20, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Exclusive New World Q&A - The Shroud of Mystery Begins to Lift

New World - Interviews

Amazon Game Studios' New World has been shrouded in mystery since it was first announced in late 2016. While the game has been in alpha testing for some time, little information has been forthcoming from the studio. That changes today with an exclusive interview with AGS Studio Head Patrick Gilmore, Game Director Scot Lane and Executive Producer Rich Lawrence. Find out more about this unique MMO in the making.Posted Dec 20, 2018 by Suzie Ford

Not So MMO: X4 Foundations – Space Tips

General - Columns

Tips for the Tip God! Red Thomas helps readers establish interstellar dominance in X4: Foundations with more tips for fleets and stations. While the man in red spends his evening delivering gifts to those without the initiative to make the world their own, you can be sipping on hot coco and forcing the Holy Order to their knees.Posted Dec 20, 2018 by Red Thomas

Vortex Tab 90 Mechanical Keyboard Review

General - Hardware Reviews

In the keyboard world, few companies command as much cachet as Vortexgear. Since the release of their flagship Pok3r keyboard, they’ve made a habit of challenging convention. Today, we’re looking at their latest release with the Tab 90 mechanical keyboard. It’s a full-size board in a compact package, complete with onboard macro programming, double-shot dye sub keycaps, and bluetooth. Live dangerously, my friends; it’s time to step outside the world of “gaming” keyboards.Posted Dec 19, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Half Way & I Don't Want It to End!

General - Columns

Forty-eight percent. That's how far I am in Red Dead Redemption 2 and yet it feels like there's so much more game that I have yet to discover, some might even say fifty-two percent more... I've just begun to play with the skill challenges. In Read Dead, I don't mind them. In fact, they are a nice simple reprieve from the storyline content and fit well into the random stuff gameplay rotation I adore.Posted Dec 19, 2018 by Tim Eisen

The RPG Files: Book of Demons Review

General - Columns

Thing Trunk’s Return 2 Games (R2G) initiative is aimed at paying homage to some of the greatest games from the 90s with their own take on modern classics. Book of Demons, the first such title, is quite obviously a riff on Blizzard’s classic Diablo. But it’s not just a click to loot and kill fest that the Lord of Terror so deeply loved - it’s something unique and engaging all on its own.Posted Dec 19, 2018 by William Murphy

Anthem Gear & Progression Livestream Recap

Anthem - General Articles

With the launch of Anthem fast approaching, EA is finally pulling back the curtain on the game, with the latest livestream tackling gear and progression. Missed the stream? We’ve got you covered.Posted Dec 19, 2018 by Michael Bitton

ASUS ROG Ryujin 360 AIO CPU Cooler Review

General - Hardware Reviews

Back at CES, ASUS impressed crowds by unveiling a suite of new components in all new product categories for the company. We had power supplies, cases, and AIO CPU coolers, all with unique features to challenge the competition. We’ve got one of the latter in for testing today with the ROG Ryujin 360mm all-in-one CPU cooler. Featuring Noctua fans, addressable RGB, and a customizable OLED screen, this isn’t one you’ll want to miss.Posted Dec 18, 2018 by Christopher Coke

EverQuest: The Burning Lands Expansion Review

EverQuest - Columns

Since 1999 EverQuest has brought the world of Norrath to the land of the internet and it’s still going to this day. Enter its 25th expansion, The Burning Lands. With it comes new zones, raids, quests, spells, abilities, collections and perhaps most interesting of all a new Stat, Luck. This is our review of EverQuest: The Burning Lands. Posted Dec 18, 2018 by David Holmes

Thoughts on Vikendi and the State of PUBG

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds - Previews

Although Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds has been around for well over a year now, its developers have been keeping its hardcore fanbase busy with plenty of great new features for the acclaimed battle royale title. Posted Dec 18, 2018 by William Murphy

5 Things We'd Like to See in Diablo 4

General - Columns

Yeah, we official announcement has yet been made about Diablo 4 but we're all 99.999999% sure that the big red bad boy from the long-running series is definitely being primed for a comeback. The biggest question is when Blizzard will finally get around to telling us officially...because they sure missed the boat at BlizzCon, didn't they? At any rate, here are a few things we want to see come the big day when we finally learn that Diablo 4 is on its way.Posted Dec 18, 2018 by Suzie Ford

Blizzard: A Recovery Story

General - Editorials

If you were to tell me this summer that Fallout 76, Diablo, and Steam’s Artifact announcements would go over like a lead balloon I would tell you that you are crazy. However, that is the reality in games this holiday season. Three of the biggest game companies with fans that far exceed the word devoted are now facing a harsh reality, they finally pissed off their fans. For this first article we will focus on Blizzard and how they might recover from the first ever disastrous BlizzCon on record.Posted Dec 17, 2018 by Garrett Fuller

AKRacing Premium Gaming Chair Review

General - Hardware Reviews

AKRacing is one of the most well respected names in the gaming chair business. When they reached out to see if we’d take a look at their entry in their highest-end Premium line, we had to accept. Today, we’re reviewing the AKRacing Premium Gaming Chair in Camouflage. It’s always hunting season somewhere - why not have a gaming chair to match? Posted Dec 17, 2018 by Christopher Coke

December 16th, 2018 Weekly Newsletter

General - Newsletters

In Issue 646 of the Newsletter, we look at Black Desert Online and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Dec 16, 2018 by Michael Bitton

Book of Demons: What Is the Flexiscope? (SPONSORED)

General - Developer Journals

With Book of Demons out of the gate (the game went out of Early Access last Thursday), it’s now time to take a closer look at one of its most interesting features - the Flexiscope dungeon generator. Posted Dec 15, 2018