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Guild Wars 2 - Columns

I can safely say after spending more time in the land of Tyria, I found myself having more and more of an enjoyable experience with Guild Wars 2. Although it is for different reasons than I thought it would be and that’s not a bad thing at all. In my all time playing MMORPGs I mainly looking for a couple of things,: one of those things that play probably the most important part to me is : Community. Posted May 25, 2018 by Josh Hay

The Riddle of The Exiled Lands

Conan Exiles - Review

You’re hanging from a tree. Crucified and left to rot. Punishment for sins? Consequences for crossing powerful enemies? It doesn’t matter now. The hot desert sun burns relentlessly, scorching everything under its broad gaze. The wind slowly peels layers of skin from your body the molten sand biting at your flesh. Soon it will all be over.Posted May 25, 2018 by Randy Liden

Deadpool Takes Over Marvel Strike Force

General - Columns

The Merc with a Mouth has taken over Marvel Strike Force in a new update deployed to coincide with the release of Deadpool 2 and I couldn’t be more excited. Truth be told, I’m not a huge Deadpool fan, he’s great in small doses, but I’ve got to say both the new content and the character have been on point.Posted May 24, 2018 by Michael Bitton

Missing In Action

Conan Exiles - Columns

Conan Exiles has continued to capture the attention of Red Thomas, and a recent recon in force along the Thoth Amon Trail turned into a total Golf-Foxtrot. One thing the local Darfari are about to learn, you don’t Foxtrot with Sarge.Posted May 24, 2018 by Red Thomas

Don't Talk to Me - A Social Problem

General - Columns

Press F If you want to F another player in Crowfall then this update if for you! This week we look at Crowfall’s early social tools, ponder if social mechanics retain players and offer up some writer feedback. Let’s get social!Posted May 24, 2018 by Tim Eisen

5 Things You Should Know Before Starting Out in Open Beta

Dauntless - Columns

Today is the day that Phoenix Labs has been waiting for. If everything goes according to the indie studio’s plan, Dauntless will emerge into open beta just before the Pacific coast breaks for lunch. At this point, the pathway to Ramsgate will be wide open for players everywhere to experience behemoth slaying for the first time.Posted May 24, 2018 by Gareth Harmer

Cooler Master MP510 Mouse Pad and WR530 Wrist Rest - Accessories for Your Accessories

General - Hardware Reviews

Usually, we think of peripherals as your mouse or your keyboard. There are, however, other pieces of equipment that are needed to take your gaming to the next level. Cooler Master is here to help with their WR530 Wrist Rest and MP510 Mouse Pad. What kind of difference can a mouse pad and desk mat make? Let’s find out.Posted May 23, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

Summerset Review in Progress

Elder Scrolls Online - Columns

On the way to our full review come June 5th, we’re diving into Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset, the latest Chapter released for the epic Tamriel-based MMORPG. Will it continue to impress our ESO fanboy, Bill Murphy, with its story-driven wiles, or will more of the same not be enough? Let’s find out!Posted May 23, 2018 by William Murphy

Lackadaisical Wilderness

Wild Terra - Review

Survival, the first frontier. Many games have delved into the premise of basic survival, with game features such as building, crafting, enduring the treacherous wilderness, and having fun doing these things. Wild Terra Online by Juvty Worlds Ltd. looks to double down on the hardcore-ness of survival games in this player-controlled sandbox RPG where it is up to the players to fill many of the traditional roles once performed by NPCs.Posted May 23, 2018 by Steven Weber

Gold Rush Or Fools Gold?

Wild West Online - Review

Wild West Online entered Early Access back in November 2017, and leading up to that point, the hype train had hit full speed. I admit I was pretty excited about a non-fantasy themed MMO, and contemplated buying into the EA. Fortunately, I rarely buy into an EA game sight unseen, and it only took a few minutes of gameplay footage to realize I had dodged a bullet.Posted May 23, 2018 by Mitch Gassner

HyperX Predator DDR4-2933 RGB (32GB) - An Infrared Lightshow

General - Hardware Reviews

It’s never been so easy to build an eye-catching PC. Thanks to trends like tempered glass side panels and case designs that showcase your components like never before, building a showcase tower is within even the average builder’s reach. For the gamer who doesn’t want to sacrifice performance for bling, HyperX may just have the solution.This is our review of the HyperX Predator DDR4 RGB DRAM. Posted May 22, 2018 by Christopher Coke

State of Decay 2 Review - Everything Old is New Again

General - Columns

Way back in 2013 the then new game developer company, Undead Labs, produced its first game for the Xbox 360 with a port to PC later, State of Decay. While at times buggy, it was a great game that delved into the zombie survival genre and made its mark. Now we have State of Decay 2, a sequel that promises to do more than the original and quite possibly scratch that zombie itch. This is our State of Decay 2 review.Posted May 22, 2018 by David Holmes

Warmind Review - Mind Unblown

Destiny 2 - Columns

If there was ever a list of games that failed to meet expectations, Destiny 2 would be somewhere near the top. After dining out on the Halo series for much of the last decade, Bungie’s current magnum opus seems to redefine the meaning of disappointment. Its latest example, Destiny 2’s Warmind expansion, is a perfect example of how little twenty bucks gets you from an alleged top-tier studio.Posted May 22, 2018 by Gareth Harmer

Exploring Monetization with Neowiz

Bless - Interviews

We recently learned a lot more about Bless Online after a press event. However, the game's monetization emerged as one of the most controversial aspects stemming from the event. We had the opportunity to chat with Neowiz about the concerns of the community and to submit questions for clarification on the issue. Read on! Posted May 22, 2018 by Steven Weber

Five Things to Do First in Summerset

Elder Scrolls Online - Columns

Today’s the day. Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset launches on PC for Pre-Order folks, while others have to wait until June 5th. So what all does that mean you can do today, if you’re one of the many who planned ahead? Join us as we list the five things you should do first when Summerset is live on the ESO PC servers.Posted May 21, 2018 by William Murphy

Chris Wilson on the Tencent Investment & the Future of Grinding Gear

Path of Exile - Interviews

Today's news that Tencent had completed the purchase of controlling shares in Path of Exile's Grinding Gear Games came straight out of left field. We managed to fire off a few questions to GGG's Chris Wilson to learn more about the investment and what it means for the future of Path of Exile and Grinding Gear.Posted May 21, 2018 by Suzie Ford

May 20th, 2018 Weekly Newsletter

General - Newsletters

In Issue 619 of the Newsletter, we look at Bless and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted May 20, 2018 by Michael Bitton

Kingston A1000 480GB: Kingston’s latest SSD is Fast, Affordable, and Cheap

General - Hardware Reviews

SSDs are all the rage these days as gamers crave faster loading times to get in the game faster. NVME drives are a highly competitive developing market, striving to give faster speeds and bigger storage capacities to consumers at a lower price. The Kingston A1000 is the latest budget friendly drive to come across our desk and we put it through its paces to discover if it’s pricing is consistent with its performance. Posted May 18, 2018 by Robert Baddeley

Are Fresh Starts Just a Phase?

ArcheAge - Columns

There is no denying if you ever experienced this hybrid MMORPG Themepark Sandbox at maximum level for more than a few months that you fell in love with this game whether you liked it or not. Alpha ArcheAge remains the best version of AA a lot of us ever enjoyed because it was fresh, vibrant and full of promise.Posted May 18, 2018 by Kelley Kiwi

Is It Time to Kill the Commander?

Guild Wars 2 - Columns

There’s a theme that, if you look for it, you’ll find threaded throughout Guild Wars 2. From the moment you push back centaurs at Shaemoor to the first steps on Orr and beyond. Guild Wars 2 takes player on epic adventures. Since August 2012, I’ve saved villagers, Slain Scarlet, put down Mordremoth, and faced off against Gods. I’ve survived magical uprisings, the destruction of Lion’s Arch, sinister plots, and I mentioned the time Lion’s Arch was destroyed, right?Posted May 18, 2018 by Ed Orr