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The Glorious Return of Mad King Thorn!

Guild Wars 2 - Columns

It’s that time of year again, time to play Mad King says, and run around in the Labyrinth trying to kill each other. And don’t forget about the clocktower! It’s is truly the most wonderful time of year! But what’s this? You think the Mad King is just some crazy weirdo who pops up for reasons? Oh, my friend let me tell you all about our wonderful and benevolent King! Posted Oct 19, 2018 by Robin Baird

HyperX Fury RGB SSD Review

General - Hardware Reviews

The people asked, HyperX listened. Fresh from the warehouse from the gaming arm of Kingston comes the HyperX Fury RGB, a classic SATA based SSD that deliver speedy performance storage and a more affordable rate than its M.2 based cousin. There’s no NVMe that can shine like this one either - check out review to learn more.Posted Oct 18, 2018 by Robert Baddeley

Runescape: Talking Old School Mobile

Runescape - Interviews

With launch just a few weeks away, we talk with producer John Colgrave about the work involved in getting to this pointPosted Oct 18, 2018 by Gareth Harmer

Marvel Strike Force’s Brotherhood of Mutants: What We Know So Far

General - Columns

It’s a good time to be bad in Marvel Strike Force. All characters added to the game through the end of this year will be villains and on top of that, they’ll almost all be Mutants. More specifically, we’re getting the Brotherhood of Mutants. Posted Oct 18, 2018 by Michael Bitton

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: Nautical Nuggets

General - Columns

Red Thomas drops a few nautical nuggets for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey players in this week’s column. There are plenty of general tips articles out there, but only one place you can go to learn how to more effectively control the high seas!Posted Oct 18, 2018 by Red Thomas

MapleStory 2 Review - It's a Great Time to Jump In

MapleStory 2 - Review

MapleStory 2 is an MMORPG that takes place in the same world as MapleStory 1 but essentially a different dimension. You take the role of the hero while choosing from one of nine jobs. Each job has its own backstory per the usual with MapleStory. These are just some of the choices with yet another coming later this year. Until then, this is our full Maple Story 2 review.Posted Oct 18, 2018 by Ralph Whitmore

NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti SLI: Worth It With NVLink?

General - Hardware Reviews

The game has changed for SLI. With the RTX 20-series, NVIDIA seems to have reaffirmed their dedication to multi-GPU support with the introduction of NVLink. These new connectors offer more than 12x the bandwidth of last generations’ high-bandwidth bridges but the proof is in the pudding. We tested two 2080 Tis to find out. Read on to see the state of SLI at the start of this new generation.Posted Oct 17, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Rend Early Access Preview

Rend - Previews

Frostkeep Studios was founded in 2016 by several veteran game developers to create something new and entertaining. Their first offering to the world of video games is Rend. An open world survival type game with crafting, PvP, taming and classes focusing on teamwork and ranged fighting. This is our Rend review. Posted Oct 17, 2018 by David Holmes

The Writers’ Favorite MMOs - Part 3

General - Columns

We've got the third installment in fun new series today. We've asked each of the writers to submit their favorite three MMOs. Check out which ones have inspired Matt Keith and Mitch Gassner in today's edition.Posted Oct 17, 2018 by Staff

Wizard101: 5 Spooky Spiral Locations

Wizard101 - Columns

Halloween might be two weeks away, but Wizard101's parties are happening all month long. Though in-game meet-ups are typically held in castles or popular world hubs, I thought I'd share some more uncommon "spooky" spiral locations that could work as event backdrops. Posted Oct 17, 2018 by Vanessa Mythdust

Pathfinder: Kingmaker Review - A Tremendous First Effort

General - Columns

I will not get tired of saying that the last couple of years have been golden for any fan of classic-inspired cRPGs, myself included. Between Obsidian’s Tyranny and PoE2: Deadfire and Larian’s Divinity 2: Original Sin, gamers were able to visit beautiful fantasy worlds and dive right into a variety of problems. It is time for Pathfinder: Kingmaker to join that list. Posted Oct 16, 2018 by Catherine Daro

Dying Light: Bad Blood But It’s The Only Blood I Have… err Had...

Dying Light - Columns

In a dead city filled with terrors, you and eleven other desperate individuals are airdropped and stranded with nothing but what you can scavenge from dilapidated buildings and trains. Given only one route to survival, you must make your way quickly through the dangerous landscape to fulfill your mission; and that does not include making friends. This is our Dying Light: Bad Blood review.Posted Oct 16, 2018 by Paul Eno

Logitech G502 HERO High-Performance Gaming Mouse Review

General - Hardware Reviews

When you find something that works well, why fix what isn’t broken? That is probably what people were asking Logitech when they told us they were going to release a new version of their G502 gaming mouse this year. Well, change they did, but is it for the better? Let’s find out in our review of the Logitech G502 HERO Gaming Mouse.Posted Oct 16, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

Bowman’s Battle Royale Corner Featuring Ring of Elysium

General - Previews

It is a full on warzone out there now! You head down the mountain as quick as you can and stop at a house that sits at its base. When you walk inside there are guns laying all over the place. You pick one up and prepare to defend yourself as you hear a radio message that a storm is coming, and the local rescue chopper is coming to get people out quickly. These are our first impressions for Ring of Elysium.Posted Oct 16, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

Arozzi Arena Leggero Gaming Desk Review

General - Hardware Reviews

Choosing a desk is a bigtime commitment. It is something you’ll use every day, and you want it to be reliable, sturdy, and maybe have a unique feature or two. But what if you’re limited on space? Well, the desk you may be looking for is the Arozzi Arena Leggero and this is our official review.Posted Oct 15, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

Fallout 76: C.A.M.P and Why it’s Important

Fallout 76 - Columns

This week in our preparation for Fallout 76 we are going to take a look at the CAMP system. Fallout 4 introduced a great new system to the game in building up your resources and protecting a specific area on the map. The game even programmed attacks against your outpost and also connected with various factions or traders that would visit your area. With Fallout 76 going online, these ideas will become more popular than ever and in Fallout 76 you will take your CAMP with you. Posted Oct 15, 2018 by Garrett Fuller

Not So MMO: Starlink Review in Progress

General - Columns

Every so often, there comes along a game you don’t think is going to capture your attention. Then you play it, and several hours later, you realize that you’ve been completely sucked in. That’s Starlink: Battle for Atlas, from Ubisoft. Due out this week on just about every platform, I’ve been playing the sci-fi open-universe epic and loving every minute of it.Posted Oct 15, 2018 by William Murphy

Turtle Beach Elite Atlas PC Gaming Headset Review

General - Hardware Reviews

Turtle Beach is a name that most console gamers are extremely familiar with and through proximity PC gamers as well. The thing is they aren’t a common PC brand when it comes to headset solutions but tdhey’re aiming to change that with the new Atlas line. Aimed at gamers seeking esport performance we take a look at the Turtle Beach Elite Atlas PC Gaming Headset.Posted Oct 14, 2018 by Robert Baddeley

October 13th, 2018 Weekly Newsletter

General - Newsletters

In Issue 638 of the Newsletter, we look at Runescape and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Oct 13, 2018 by Michael Bitton

The Maestros Review - a Symphony of Steampunk & Alchemical Battle

General - Columns

What if we could evolve the RTS platform a bid, harmonize the melody with just the right notes to enliven the old tunes in such a way it might catch your attention again? Maybe it can be done. And maybe a small indie development team like Systence Games is just the one to do it and The Maestros is just the instrument to do it with.Posted Oct 13, 2018 by Paul Eno