This week, there's less news than usual. Still, it's a case of quality over quantity - several MMOs had major updates go live, one Eastern MMO open pre-registration for their Western launch, and one developer procured $22M in funding.
It's been almost two weeks since 9.2.5 dropped many of the barriers between Horde and Alliance players. It's been fun mixing things up for Robin as she shares her thoughts on the massive change for World of Warcraft.
This week we had a major release that's getting a ton of attention from streamers, a new blockchain MMO-lite joins the list, and a couple of our lesser-seen titles popped up on the radar for the first time in months. There's a lot to cover, so let's quit wasting time and get started with this week's Indie MMO Spotlight.
This week, we have a big round of end-of-month updates, a successful Kickstarter, someone is going to the Brasil Game Show, and I almost forgot to add website links again, but remembered it at the last second. There's a bunch of other stuff, too, so let's quit wasting time and get started with this week's Indie MMO Spotlight.
Final Fantasy XIV is laden with quests. Some are generic and forgettable, while others will be etched into your minds forever. The game's quests can lead up to dungeons and raids, or they can simply exist to create memorable experiences for you. Here are Kanishka's top quests from Final Fantasy XIV.
Each week, we scour the internet for all things indie MMO-related so you don't have to. This week, we have several alpha and beta tests going on, plus a couple of final releases on the horizon.
Each week, we scour the internet for all things indie MMO-related so you don't have to. This week, we get a lesson in play-2-earn economics, cancel a Kickstarter, and prepare for next week's Alpha and Beta Tests. But let's quit wasting time talking about it and get started with this week's Indie MMO Spotlight.
For many MMORPGs, the world itself that you inhabit is one of the most important aspects of the game. If the world is boring or dull, it's not going to attract players. But what we all find interesting could be different - what about your favorite MMO world makes it feel alive?
Bradford used to be vehemently anti-subscription back in the day - it's what kept him from experiencing some of the older gems of the MMORPG genre. However, as subscriptions are more optional than not nowadays, the question isn't whether or not a subscription should or should not be in place, but whether that sub offers enough value to make it worth while.
Each week, we scour the internet for all things indie MMO-related so you don't have to. This week, the weather isn't the only thing heating up, with many of our indie MMOs headed into Alpha or Beta Tests in the near future. There was also an insane number of patches and updates pushed out this week. With so much to cover, let's quit wasting time and start this week's Indie MMO Spotlight.
A lot of players want to get into MMORPGs but they are apprehensive because of the subscription fees involved in some games. So we're here with seven outstanding MMOs to give a go that don't require a subscription to really enjoy.
Each week, we scour the internet for all things indie MMO-related so you don't have to. This week, we want to say Happy Mother's Day to all of the gaming moms out there. And if you aren't a gaming mom, what the heck are you doing reading this instead of spending time with your mother? You can read this tomorrow!