There is an eclectic selection of MMORPGs available for mobile devices, and new MMOs seem to come out nearly every month for iOS and Android. Unfortunately, new MMOs are much more rare for PC. So what are the best mobile MMORPGs that you can play on the go while you wait for the next big MMO to come out?
After almost 100 hours in Vaheim, Bradford is reflecting on some of the things he's loved when exploring the 10th world of Yggdrasil. However, the design decision that really keeps him coming back isn't the lax survival elements or the onion layers of complexity in the Viking game. It's the portals.
In the echo chamber of repetitive, sleep-inducing, auto-play mobile games, Warhammer: Odyssey (W:O) takes a mild departure into the mobile realm as an authentic, traditional MMORPG experience. With success all but guaranteed, W:O stops short of one major victory, convincing PC MMORPG players that mobile is the genres savior.
Mitch explores launch hype, especially as it pertains to himself and other consumers of games, and the role played by consumers in mitigating hype in the long run.
On our journeys around Valheim's world, we've encountered scary beasts, such as the wretched Draugr in the swamp, or the Goblin-like Furlings in the Plains. But nothing could have prepared my group of Vikings for what is becoming Valheim's deadliest denizen: the Deathsquito.
Much of the gameplay from past updates has blended together - for better or worse. Then, miHoYo released the Lantern Rite Event, and proved Genshin Impact can be more.
With the recent news of Amazon delaying New World (again), Bradford takes a look at game delays in general and how, when all is said and done, they aren't the worst thing in the world.
Taking the mundane and spicing it up is a challenge every game developer faces over the life of their game. EVE Online has done this rather well in the recent Reign Quadrant update to the MMO, giving interstellar travel a much-needed facelift.
As BlizzConline 2021 fast approaches this week, Chris takes a look at what the event could hold for Patch 9.1 of World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.
With this year's upcoming Gates of Oblivion story kicking off in March, we took a look at another one of the big changes coming to The Elder Scrolls Online in 2021 - the Champion Point 2.0 system.
FFXIV's final content updates before the new Endwalker expansion will end (or continue) a lot of fan-favorite storylines, including the Weapons Project and the NieR crossover. Victoria checks out what's coming in FFXIV's Patch 5.5, Death Unto Dawn.