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The Outer Worlds Preview - A New IP for the Premier RPG Company

The Outer Worlds - Previews

At a time in gaming where several say a game has to have multiplayer to succeed, Obsidian steps in to show off their latest foray into the single player RPG experience with their newest game The Outer Worlds with the help of Private Division. A new title that is part of a new IP for them aims to prove that they are still one of the best companies around in this aspect of gaming. I had an opportunity to visit Obsidian’s headquarters recently and get a look at the game and what it’s all about. Posted Dec 7, 2018 by David Holmes

Anthem: Pulling Back the Veil on Lore

Anthem - Previews

Anthem is set to launch this February, but it still seems like there’s a lot we don’t know about the game. Ahead of tonight’s Video Game Awards, EA hosted a press junket where they told us a bit more about the game’s story, and gave us the news that the VIP Pre-Order DEMO will come in late January, with an “Open for Everyone” Demo the first week of February. Read on for more details.Posted Dec 6, 2018 by William Murphy

REALFORCE R2 TKL Keyboard Review

General - Hardware Reviews

For ages, getting your hands on a genuine Topre REALFORCE keyboard in the United States was a challenge. The dark ages have ended thanks to our friends at Fujitsu who have officially brought the REALFORCE and Happy Hacking brands to the states. Today, we’re looking at the REALFORCE R2 TKL. Loved by enthusiasts and programmers around the world, let’s take a look at just what makes this keyboard so special in our official review.Posted Dec 6, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Flex Picks for Marvel Strike Force’s Brotherhood of Mutants

General - Columns

While I do have the full Brotherhood available to me at this point, I’ve been running flex picks in a couple of slots more often than not. Let’s go over a couple ideas.Posted Dec 6, 2018 by Michael Bitton

Fallout 76: Uninstalled

Fallout 76 - Columns

An evil editor demands yet another Fallout 76 article from Red Thomas. Stepping once more into the “breach,” Red decides to stick it to the man by writing about why he’s uninstalling the game. Will Red get fired? Will he usher in a new golden age of post-apocalyptic entertainment with his no-holds-barred WWF-quality smack down?Posted Dec 6, 2018 by Red Thomas

Thrustmaster TS-XW Force Feedback Racing Wheel Review

General - Hardware Reviews

As PC gamers, we enjoy more than just MMOs. Some of us are into shooters, and space sims, and racing games on top of our online escapades. Recently, Thrustmaster reached out and asked us if we’d be interested in checking out their TS-XW force feedback racing wheel for XBOX One and PC. With The Crew 2 firmly loaded up on our PC, we accepted. Let’s see how it changes the game in our full review. Posted Dec 5, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Fortnite Faces a Red Dead Impasse

General - Columns

I paid for season 6 Season Pass for two reasons. One, I wanted to understand this phenom. Two, I felt the aesthetics of 6 fit both the game, placing emphasis on its positives, as well as the time of year. Fall has always been known for two things, hunting season and gaming season. As weather forces us inside our thirst for quality games to head back out into the unexplored deepens. Fortnite served its purpose by quenching my thirst. Posted Dec 5, 2018 by Tim Eisen

Why Gamers of a Certain Age Can’t Wait for Legends of Aria

Legends of Aria - Previews

Recent rumors suggest that the next installment in the storied Diablo franchise will feature elements reminiscent of Diablo II, which could be a step in the right direction. However, the news is only a small light at the end of a very long tunnel for fans of old school MMORPGs. Fortunately, Diablo IV isn’t the only enticing prospect for gamers of a certain age looking to relive the glory days of the MMO genre.Posted Dec 5, 2018 by Jordan Gerblick

Razer Nari Ultimate Wireless Gaming Headset Review

General - Hardware Reviews

We all enjoy haptic feedback in some way. Whether it’s on the touch screens of our phones or in the rumble packs of our controllers, haptics are a part of our lives. Today, we’re looking at a gaming headset that takes the idea of haptics to the next level with the Razer Nari Ultimate. Their tagline is “feel every battle” and this time it’s more than just marketing. Find out in our official review!Posted Dec 4, 2018 by Christopher Coke

The Crew 2 – Demolition Derby Update Impressions

The Crew 2 - Previews

The Crew 2 is speeding along in its newest major update, Demolition Derby! Bringing the chance to go head to head with other players in time attack races as well as smashing viciously into others while destroying cars left and right in the Demolition Derby discipline. This huge update brings all this and more and I had a chance to check it all out ahead of time courtesy of Ubisoft. Posted Dec 4, 2018 by David Holmes

Notmycar is a Battle Royale for Auto Assault Fans

General - Previews

While it began quietly doing some testing earlier this year, it seems the folks at Skybound and NMC Studios are ready to tear the roof off their own particular take on the Battle Royale genre. Notmycar is going to be a perfect hybrid of Battle Royale and car combat games like the ill-fated Auto Assault, with a Closed Beta “Test Drive” kicking off this weekend on December 8th.Posted Dec 4, 2018 by William Murphy

Not So MMO: Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Review

General - Columns

A mutated boar and duck walk down the road towards the Ark, the last known safe haven for humans. In a post-apocalyptic time mutants help the humans to continue to live on. These mutants are everywhere and they will help the humans to survive the ghoul attacks on the Ark. Then something happens, someone says that a perfect place called Eden exists, and this starts them down their own journey of discovery and survival. This is our review for Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden.Posted Dec 4, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming-ITX/ac Motherboard Review

General - Hardware Reviews

The last two times I’ve bought a new motherboard I’ve had to do it because of a CPU upgrade, so most of my money has gone into that part. With my last system overhaul, after picking up my new i7-8700K a few months back, I again skimped on the motherboard. I went with a Gigabyte Z370P-D3 motherboard because the 6th-Gen variant I used with my 6700K was decent. Posted Dec 3, 2018 by Joseph Bradford

Fallout 76: Ideas to Improve Builds and Hands

Fallout 76 - Columns

The ability to swap out cards quickly is a very flexible system. The addition of this Respec process, which seems very slow and arduous is just the opposite. While contemplating how we could make the Respec system flexible without making it meaningless, I came up with these two linked systems that would make it so much better. Posted Dec 3, 2018 by Franklin Rinaldi

Shadow: Enter The Hive

General - Columns

When I met up with Emmanuel Freund, a Mists of Pandaria mousemat hugged the corner of his demo desk. It turns out that the co-founder and CEO of cloud gaming service Shadow had been logging into World of Warcraft since the early days of beta, although nowadays he calls it ‘testing’ rather than ‘playing’. Freund had stopped off in London on his way to Shadow World, a fan celebration and chance to share upcoming new features.Posted Dec 3, 2018 by Gareth Harmer

Darksiders 3 Review

General - Columns

It’s been a week to the day since I offered my first impressions piece on Darksiders 3. I’ve spent a lot of time with Fury and thinking over my experiences and my opinions have changed. The Darksiders of yesterday is all but gone but is that a good thing or bad thing? Read on to find out. Posted Dec 3, 2018 by Christopher Coke

December 1st, 2018 Weekly Newsletter

General - Newsletters

In Issue 644 of the Newsletter, we look at WildStar and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Dec 1, 2018 by Michael Bitton

Rosewill NEON K75 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

General - Hardware Reviews

When it comes to mechanical keyboards, you can spend a lot of money without getting a whole lot in return. Today, we’re looking at an impressive, and impressively affordable, option with the Rosewill NEON K75. Coming in at only $44.99 at the time of this writing and $99.99 normally, it’s one of the most budget friendly keyboards on their offering this kind of flare. Is there a catch? Let’s find out!Posted Dec 1, 2018 by Christopher Coke

NZXT Aer RGB 2 140mm Fan Review

General - Hardware Reviews

NZXT has been a big name in RGB for quite a while an has been due for a line refresh. I had a chance earlier this year to look at the HUE 2 but the fans weren’t ready yet. I’ve recently obtained three 140mm fans to see what the fuss is all about. Read on for our full review.Posted Nov 30, 2018 by Robert Baddeley

Guild Wars 2 - Beetle Races

Guild Wars 2 - Columns

One of the best aspects of the Path of Fire expansion was the introduction of mounts and how they have just completely changed the way players traverse through Tyria. Of course, the great thing about mounts isn’t just the mounts themselves but also all the cool mount races we got as well. Until recently these races have either been seasonal or are in one of the new zones introduced in the PoF expansion. However, this past week ArenaNet introduced five new races which all take place in core Tyria zones.Posted Nov 30, 2018 by Robin Baird