This week there was a lot in the Indie MMO scene, and Mitch is here to break down some of the goings on with the smaller MMOs out there.
Mitch is back with another Indie MMO Spotlight, this time talking The Wagadu Chronicles, Prosperous Universe, Realm of the Mad God Exalt and more.
In this week's Indie MMO spotlight, Mitch takes a look at Project Gorgon's town hall, Villagers & Heroes, the Tiny MORPG Book of Travels and much more.
Focusing on the smaller indie studios, join Mitch every Sunday as he recaps the week that was in the indie MMO genre.
Bradford was finally able to get some Crowfall behind him, and first impressions aren't all that rosy. While the game itself looks good with an interesting art style, the combat is feeling somewhat lacking for Bradford, and he thinks he has a good idea why.
In the vast majority of MMOs - and RPGs for that matter - level is the one constant that tells you you're getting stronger. The arbitrary number tied to the quality of gear you can wear, weapons you an weild or skills you can use is typically a catch-all for showing progress. But is that how each of us personally tracks it on our own?
With few exceptions, E3 2021 was a major letdown. This shouldn't really come as a surprise, what with COVID complicating development for games across the industry. It hasn't been an easy year for anyone, so I truthfully wasn't expecting much more than what we got. That said, there were still a couple of notable games for me, so let's dive in.
Bradford loves MMORPGs. However, there are occassions where the "massively multiplayer" can get in the way of the RPG aspects of a game, such as a recent experience in The Elder Scrolls Online.
Niklas is back with another Dark Age of Camelot column, this time focusing on the realm versus realm combat in the MMORPG.