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An Eventful Month Ahead

Final Fantasy XIV - Columns

August is always a busy month for Final Fantasy XIV. True, I’m not sure there’s ever been a major content patch in the dog days of summer, but not only does it mark two seasonal events — the Moonfire Faire and the Rising — but also the anniversary of the game’s rebirth.Posted Aug 6, 2018 by Michael O’Connell-Davidson

Blue Microphones Bluebird Condenser Mic: A Pro-Level Step-Up From the Yeti

General - Hardware Reviews

Are you a streamer interested in taking things to the next level? Maybe you’re curious what lies beyond the legendary Blue Yeti microphone? Today we’re looking at the Bluebird SL from Blue Microphones. It promises “pristine, highly versatile sound” to capture the unique character of your voice. It’s a professional mic with a professional price point - does it deliver on those promises? Read on for our full review to find out.Posted Aug 6, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Spacelords - The Long Game

General - Previews

Just about two weeks ago Mercurysteam, the indie developer best known for their work on the Castlevania Lord of Shadows series and Metroid: Samus Returns, announced that their own IP, Raiders of the Broken Planet, would be making the transition to a Free-to-play title August 23. This wasn’t a simple flipping of a switch either as, according to the devs, the game would be undertaking a complete rebranding and would be launching as Spacelords.Posted Aug 6, 2018 by Matthew Keith

August 4th, 2018 Weekly Newsletter

General - Newsletters

In Issue 629 of the Newsletter, we look at Albion Online and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Aug 4, 2018 by Michael Bitton

ArenaNet! Bring It Back!

Guild Wars 2 - Columns

After roughly 4 years of absence, it was incredible to get back into the Aspect Arena and call on the elements to assist me. With the return of this festival, it reminded me of a few things that only existed in Tyria for a fleeting moment. Who knows, maybe we will see them again. Maybe, for some, there is a good reason to let them fade into memory and we won’t ever see their like againPosted Aug 3, 2018 by Ed Orr

Beast of Winter DLC - It's So Cool, It's HOT!

Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire - Previews

Earlier this week, the highly-acclaimed Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire grew a bit larger with the addition of the Beast of Winter DLC. The new content takes players to the frozen realm of Harbingers' Watch, a small village filled with fanatics dedicated to the god Rymrgand and his portion of the "Beyond".Posted Aug 3, 2018 by Suzie Ford

Vortex Cypher: Understated But Quality: A Keyboard for Work and Play

General - Hardware Reviews

It’s 2018, the year where RGB has taken over the world - especially if you’re looking for a new keyboard. But what if you’re looking for a high-quality slate without the rainbows and disco lighting? Well, Vortexgear has the answer with their new Vortex Cypher: a 65% keyboard ready for the office and your battlestation. Join us as we take a closer look at this neat and affordable keyboard.Posted Aug 2, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Marvel Strike Force’s Latest Update is Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

General - Columns

Four new characters are coming to Marvel Strike Force in the near future, including: Scarlet Witch, Loki, Ms. Marvel, and Nick Fury. The first of these new characters, Scarlet Witch, is now available through a new campaign event released with yesterday’s patch and the structure of the campaign is a significant improvement over the ones preceding it.Posted Aug 2, 2018 by Michael Bitton

Economy [Re]Started

No Man's Sky - Columns

Red Thomas has continued playing Post-Next No Man’s Sky and has put together a rough guide for the economy since the game patched. Drastic changes in resources and system trading has completely trashed old guides, so here’s a little to get you restarted.Posted Aug 2, 2018 by Red Thomas

Kingston UV500 SSD: It’s Secure, But Is It Fast?

General - Hardware Reviews

With Western Digital closing an entire hard drive factory, the writing is on the wall: solid state drives are the wave of the future. SSDs are more reliable and affordable than ever, and, in the case of our review today, even self-encrypt for added security. Today, we’re looking at the Kingston UV500 960GB Upgrade Bundle. It has everything you need to get up and running, but does it have the performance to match?Posted Aug 1, 2018 by Christopher Coke

The Beta Crusade Ends, Long Live the Beta Wars!

Camelot Unchained - Columns

In a moment that, I assume, is equal parts victory and terror, Camelot Unchained has finally breached the gate and charged into Beta One. If there were a visual to accompany a studio moving into Beta one I assume it would be a pale red-eyed developer standing up from the desk they drive, taking off the shackles and chugging a beer while they fist pump to the synthwave playing in the background! Their face a mask of pride and triumph!Posted Aug 1, 2018 by Tim Eisen

Merlyn Update Arrives - Let the Battle Begin!

Albion Online - Columns

With the arrival of the Merlyn update to Albion Online, players can now ride out on the warpath. The new Faction Warfare system should bring some new experiences to players, as rival groups vie for control of the game world. But that's not all that Merlyn brings. Keep reading!Posted Aug 1, 2018 by Suzie Ford

Roccat Vulcan 120 AIMO Gaming Keyboard: AI Inside

General - Hardware Reviews

Mechanical keyboards have become a staple gaming peripheral but, after all this time, how do you push them forward? Roccat thinks they have the answer with their brand new flagship, the Vulcan 120 AIMO. It features a brand new in-house switch, AI-powered lighting, and a distinctive thin half-cap to show off its unique look. Is beauty only skin deep? Let’s find out in our review of the Roccat Vulcan 120 AIMO.Posted Jul 31, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Hands On Preview - Spilling Guts Never Looked So Glorious

Conqueror's Blade - Previews

I might not talk much about it much but my current gaming compulsion really started in Realm vs Realm warfare. A lapsed relationship with video games meant I missed the wonders of Warhammer and Age of Camelot. Conqueror's Blade is the latest MMO to tantalize us with epic battles and massive fortress sieges, and I got shipped to the front lines ahead of today’s announcement.Posted Jul 31, 2018 by Ed Orr

Stairway to Heaven

Final Fantasy XIV - Columns

It was a struggle, but I did it: I’ve finally cleared every floor of Heaven-on-High, introduced earlier this month in FFXIV patch 4.35. Long-time readers of this column will know that I was excited for the latest Deep Dungeon for months, and, now I’ve finally managed to clear it, I have to say I’m really satisfied with what was released. Here are my thoughts following my first successful foray to HoH’s greatest heights.Posted Jul 31, 2018 by Michael O’Connell-Davidson

A Peek at the Dawn of the Magician Update

Riders of Icarus - Developer Journals

The Dawn of the Magician Update will be free to all players as soon as it goes live. Everyone will be able create the all new Magician class ready to tempt you into chaos!Posted Jul 31, 2018

The Sport of Overwatch Hits Mainstream

Overwatch - Columns

This past weekend saw the Overwatch League host its finals in Brooklyn, NY. It was not the place you think of when it comes to esports or even Blizzard, yet NYC proved to host a massive showing of fans as the London Spitfire faced off against the Philadelphia Fusion. Posted Jul 30, 2018 by Garrett Fuller

Flexispot Electric Height Adjustable Desk (E2) Review

General - Hardware Reviews

Are you in the market for a new desk? Flexispot might just have the answer for you with their Electric Height Adjustable Standing Desk. Featuring a classy, clean look, it's big enough for virtually any gamer but is the ability to stand worth $399? Read on for our full review to find out!Posted Jul 30, 2018 by Christopher Coke

T-Force Delta RGB SSD: More Than Just Looks?

General - Hardware Reviews

Team Group has been around since 1988, but it’s only recent they’ve made a splash in the world of gaming. Today, we’re looking at a particularly neat drive that’s completely sold on the RGB Revolution with the T-Force Delta RGB SSD. Is it all flash without function or does it have the speeds to back its looks? Let’s find out how it stacks up.Posted Jul 30, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

Geode - How Stories Light Up a World

Trove - Columns

There is so much more to Trove than meets the eye. Beyond the bold colors, voxel aesthetics and churning content constantly updated to keep us occupied is also story. Albeit, scattered story that mainly came to life when a new biome did, as well as via items in the game. Until Now with Trove Geode.Posted Jul 30, 2018 by Kelley Kiwi