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Life in Legends of Aria - Journal #1

Legends of Aria - Columns

Any bowman worth his salt knows you want light armor, plenty of arrows, a discreet blade, and of course a good solid oak longbow to make a safe and lucrative living. I began my journey in Pyros' Landing with a paltry supply of arrows, fabric garments, and a sorry excuse for a bow - even by Pryos' Landing standards. I was no archer, and yet with little direction to guide my adventure, I took to the desert wasteland outside town for a preliminary hunt.Posted Dec 14, 2018 by Jordan Gerblick

Shooting Stuff with the Black Desert Online Archer

Black Desert Online - Previews

To my dismay, Black Desert Online hasn’t quite evolved into the group PVE direction I wanted when I reviewed the game years ago. But that doesn’t mean I’ve given up on Pearl Abyss’ wonderfully complex and gorgeous MMO. I still go back every so often, but it’s been several months since my last visit. This time, my return was brought on by the Legolas-But-Not-Really Archer, the new male ranger class that was added this week.Posted Dec 14, 2018 by William Murphy

Legends of Aria Comprehensive Impressions

Legends of Aria - Previews

I’ve seen the name Legends of Aria posted on our website in the top five voted games for a while, but I was always skeptical about it. It seemed to offer a throwback, almost identical to Ultima Online. Was I truly ready for such a game? Would it even be worth the time and effort? They surely couldn’t do the game justice could they? I had my doubts, truly, but I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by what I’ve seen so far.Posted Dec 14, 2018 by Chris Saxon

ModMic Wireless Review

General - Hardware Reviews

We’ve all been there. You buy a wireless gaming headset only to find out the mic was a complete afterthought. Or maybe you’ve just bought an expensive pair of wireless headphones and don’t want to step down to a gaming headset. Enter the ModMic Wireless, a wire-free mic that promises better quality than any gaming headset you’ve ever heard. Does it deliver? Let’s find out in our full review.Posted Dec 13, 2018 by Christopher Coke

MapleStory - Final Battle: Black Mage Event!

MapleStory - Previews

It has finally arrived, the final battle against the Black Mage is upon us. If you have been playing or following Maple Story for a while you know that the Black Mage is the big bad of the Maple World. Always he was in the background but now it is time to bring the fight to him. Are you ready? I’m ready. Posted Dec 13, 2018 by Ralph Whitmore

Not So MMO - X4: Foundations – Initial Operations

General - Columns

Red Thomas kicks off operations in Black Hole Sun and learns a few lessons along the way. Those hard lessons are your gain as he lists out some must-know tips for players who want to jump-start their own operations in X4: Foundations.Posted Dec 13, 2018 by Red Thomas

Jedi Under Siege is Underwhelming and Undercooked

Star Wars: The Old Republic - Columns

The last few updates were part of BioWare’s attempt to put the genie back in the bottle by knocking the Eternal Alliance down a few pegs. Jedi Under Siege is the first real step towards a full course correction and return to the game’s roots as a story of conflict between the Sith Empire and Galactic Republic. The problem is that, at least so far, it’s about as awkward as I expected it to be.Posted Dec 13, 2018 by Michael Bitton

Drevo Blademaster TE Mechanical Keyboard Review

General - Hardware Reviews

Mechanical keyboards are a dime a dozen these days it seems. No matter where you look there is a company making a newer type of keyboard with the latest and greatest in RGB and switches. Enter Drevo, a company who has the most backed keyboard ever funded through Kickstarter. Here is our review of the Drevo Blademaster TE Mechanical Keyboard.Posted Dec 12, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

Fallout 76 - Improvements to the C.A.M.P. System

Fallout 76 - Columns

The mobile, movable base is a nice system in theory, I really enjoy the ability to set up camp almost anywhere I need to do some cooking, take a nap and do some repairs. However I feel that the system was not implemented very well as it seems to mix the concept of a Mobile Camp and what should be a home base of operations. These are two distinct systems that have entirely different focuses. With that in mind, I wanted to take a stab at how I see that the C.A.M.P. should be.Posted Dec 12, 2018 by Franklin Rinaldi

The Most Magical Time of Year in Wizard101

Wizard101 - Columns

Do you think students at Ravenwood actually get a winter break? I think it'd be deserved, but then again, there's always something threatening the spiral. A week off could be what the villains need to gain the upper hand. You know what ... it doesn't matter. My character has graduated Ravenwood, the newest crisis was averted, and now I'm planning on just sitting back and sipping a hefty amount of eggnog. Posted Dec 12, 2018 by Vanessa Mythdust

Population Zero - We Chat with the Team About Its Upcoming Survival MMO

Population Zero - Interviews

Enplex Games is deep in production of Population Zero, a forthcoming futuristic survival MMO that is currently planned for release sometime in 2019. We had the opportunity to chat with the team about Population Zero to find out more about its systems, features and aspirations. See what they had to say.Posted Dec 11, 2018 by Catherine Daro

ASUS ROG Delta Hi-Fi Gaming Headset Review

General - Hardware Reviews

The market is bristling with new gaming headsets and ASUS is no newcomer, but with their latest release they hope to top all they’ve done before. Today, we’re looking at the new ASUS ROG Delta RGB Quad-DAC Gaming Headset. It boasts four ESS DACs, Hi-Res certification, redesigned comfort, and more, but is it worthy of its flagship pricing? Find out in our full review!Posted Dec 11, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Guild Wars 2 - A Merry New Wintersday Experience

Guild Wars 2 - Previews

This year, ArenaNet has unveiled The Secret Lair of the Snowmen, which plays off of the famed Guild Wars 1 event sharing the same name. As could be expected from such an event, Wintersday may be in trouble, and it’s up to all able-bodied heroes to face an icy, cold-hearted threat, lest a beloved Holiday be ruined. We had the chance to join a guided play through of the event that took us through a little bit of the lore whilst defining what dangers players may encounter in this new 10-person Holiday Raid.Posted Dec 11, 2018 by Steven Weber

Final Fantasy XIV Developers Dish on Creating Lore

Final Fantasy XIV - Interviews

Recently, the Final Fantasy XIV team sat down with both Oda-san and Ishikawa-san, the minds behind the Stormblood story, for an in-house interviewer to talk about the lore in the game and how they go about creating a great story. We have that interview that covers a range of topics including how lore is created, what challenges the team has faced and much more.Posted Dec 11, 2018

Final Fantasy XIV Composer On Creating a Mood

Final Fantasy XIV - Interviews

The Final Fantasy XIV development team recently participated in a round of in-house interviews. One of them featured Soken-San, the composer of the game's soundtrack. In this interview, he speaks to creating the perfect mood for the game as well as the challenges he has faced over the years.Posted Dec 11, 2018

Florpad Stealth Zone Floor Mat Review

General - Hardware Reviews

Hardwood floors take quite a beating from us moving our gaming chairs back and forth over time. What if I told you that you could roll around all that you wanted and still have a beautiful looking floor? The promise of easy to clean floors would keep you coming back as well I am sure. Well, these things and more can be yours, here is our review of the Florpad Stealth Zone.Posted Dec 10, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

Ark: Survival Evolved - Extinction - Review In Progress Part 1

ARK: Survival Evolved - Columns

It’s that waking moment that reminds me where I am. Alien sounds seep into my consciousness as sunlight streaks into my eyes. My forearm itches like fury due to some implanted foreign tech, but it’s the only possession I have. The island jungle may have been traded for an urban one, but this is still Ark: Survival Evolved. Only this time, we’re heading to Extinction.Posted Dec 10, 2018 by Gareth Harmer

The RPG Files: You Should Check Out Ashen

General - Previews

This Thursday’s Game Awards had more than a few surprises, one of which was that Epic’s developer-friendly game store opened up and had a few great games already available. Impulse game buy that I am, I snapped up both Supergiant’s Hades (because duh) and A44’s stylish but mysterious RPG, Ashen. Let me tell you, I’m glad I did.Posted Dec 10, 2018 by William Murphy

December 8th, 2018 Weekly Newsletter

General - Newsletters

In Issue 645 of the Newsletter, we look at Path of Exile and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Dec 8, 2018 by Michael Bitton

The Game Awards: The Highs & Lows

General - Columns

Here at MMORPG we are lucky to have been working in games since 2002. The Game Awards represents a fantastic achievement for fans and the industry itself to bring people together who love playing games. In their fifth year, Geoff Keighly has managed to put together a great following and some even better exclusive announcements built around the show. To kick the night off, representatives from Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo all took the stage together, that achievement alone, was a miracle. Posted Dec 7, 2018 by Garrett Fuller