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Warframe: Plains of Eidolon Review


Plains of Eidolon is a massive redirection in thinking for Digital Extremes that pushed the studio into a very scary direction for the game. I applaud them for constantly asking the question, “What can we do to make our game better than it has ever been?” Seriously, just keep asking that question and making it happen.Posted Oct 27, 2017 by Aaron Couture

Omega Prestige: A Return to Sanity

Marvel Heroes Omega

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a piece highlighting the terrible implementation of Omega Prestige in Marvel Heroes. Prestige, a system originally designed as a fun activity meant for personal achievement or showing off dedication, was now tied to endgame progression, forcing players to participate if they wanted to get the most out of their heroes. Posted Oct 27, 2017 by Michael Bitton

Omega Prestige: Prestige Should Be Fun, Not Mandatory

Marvel Heroes Omega

For a while now, Marvel Heroes players could optionally Prestige (re-level) their heroes up to six times, each time earning its own special color nameplate as a reward. Cosmic, the final tier of Prestige, required something like 25X the normal experience to level from 1-60, but your name would show up in yellow, the color of Cosmic rarity items in Marvel Heroes. It was something to do for fun or to show off your dedication to a particular hero to other players. Posted Oct 5, 2017 by Michael Bitton

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds vs Fortnite Battle Royale


Unless you are like me and have been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard that Epic Game’s released a free to play Battle Royal game using Fortnite as a base. It’s ruffled some feathers, to say the least, and leave those of us looking to dive into the genre scratching our heads on which game to start with. Do you get PUBG at it’s $30 price tag or grab Fortnite’s free to play Battle Royale mode?Posted Oct 2, 2017 by Robert Baddeley

Steam Ratings, Reviews, and The Bombing – Steam’s Histogram Puts All the Work Back on the User


This last Tuesday Valve employee Alden Kroll published a blog article addressing the issue of review bombing and their response to the problem. The article itself is very well written with an honest and transparent tone. If you haven't read it yet you should. You can find a link to the blog post from the MMORPG news article here.Posted Sep 25, 2017 by Randy Liden

Mixed Feelings on Battle Royale


Fortnite is one of those games where you can clearly see its potential for greatness, but for reasons we’ll likely never know, it hasn’t been able to really find its footing in development. The core gameplay is really fun, but the game struggles from identity issues, resulting in a muddled overall experience. Unfortunately, the latest announcement from Epic Games truly crystalizes that lack of focus.Posted Sep 14, 2017 by Michael Bitton

The Hand Grenade and the Hiding Place


This is family meeting time. No, you’re not in trouble - we all are. I’m not going to yell at you, but this going to be like eating your green beans: you may not like it, but it’s good for you and might make you a wee bit gassy.Posted Aug 31, 2017 by Damien Gula

Weekly Watercooler - Guild Wars 2’s Path of Fire Tests

Guild Wars 2

Many of us sat down with Guild Wars 2’s Path of Flame tests over the past two weekends, and this weekend we got together to hammer out how we felt about the expansion’s early content and elite specs. In short, we’re hopeful. Path of Flame seems like a huge improvement over Heart of Thorns, and in-step with the progress the Living World Season 3 made towards making open world content fun again. Posted Aug 26, 2017 by Gareth Harmer

Around the MMO-iverse


This week, we're starting a new mini-feature here at Our friends at MMOGames are teaming up on a recurring basis to highlight each other's content across the web. After all, we're all in this crazy MMO fandom together, so we might as well be friends! Insert the War picture here...Posted Jul 29, 2017 by William Murphy

Tips for Starting Out


Early Access for Epic Games’ shooting/base-building/tower defense RPG, Fortnite, began this week and we definitely think it’s a game you should try. But if you’ve already jumped in, or you’re considering doing so, we want to make sure you start off on the right foot. Posted Jul 26, 2017 by Michael Bitton

TennoCon 2017 Recap


Warframe recently held its annual TennoCon in London, Canada. We sent our own Aaron Couture there to see what Digital Extremes had to unveil. To put it mildly, Aaron is a fan of Warframe. But he did not expect what he saw at this year's show...Posted Jul 18, 2017 by Aaron Couture

Crusaders of Light – Is this Mobile MMORPG worth a look?


In the short hand? Yes, I’d say NetEase’s Crusaders of Light is worth your time, now that it’s out today on iOS and on July 20th on Android. Like Order and Chaos (1 and 2), CoL aims to replicate what theme park MMORPG players love about their PC favorites, with the ease of access and portability of mobile gaming. But, as we well know, sometimes games meant for hundreds of hours on a PC don’t translate well to smartphone or tablet.Posted Jul 13, 2017 by William Murphy

Razer Hammerhead Wireless Headphones Review


I’m writing my review of the Razer Hammerhead V2 Bluetooth Headphones while I use them to catch up on the Flash episodes I’ve missed, and play the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 soundtrack. That right there, could probably be enough of a review if you’re just looking for an endorsement, but let’s dive into the details – the pros, cons, and what the set will cost you if you’re tempted.Posted May 21, 2017 by William Murphy

It's a Frustrating Time to be a Fan

Marvel Heroes Omega

Unless you’re a new player of the console version of Marvel Heroes, it’s a frustrating time to be a Marvel Heroes fan. 2016 was a tough year for fans of the game, as work on the “Biggest Update Ever” took up the lion’s share of the game’s production schedule and Gazillion still ended up delivering only part of what was announced. Posted May 3, 2017 by Michael Bitton

Vikings Wolves of Midgard - A Norse ARPG That Both Hits & Misses


Vikings: Wolves of Midgard is an upcoming action RPG for Windows PC, Mac, Linux, Xbox One and PS4. It will set players on adventure through the world built around Scandinavian mythology sprinkled with fantasy and filled with many familiar characters and memorable places from it. As far as I am concerned, there are not enough Viking games out there. Ever wanted to visit Niflheim or take battle to the Jotans? Then this might be just the game for you. Posted Mar 24, 2017 by Catherine Daro

The Statesman in MXM is a Disservice to City of Heroes Fans


I’m sure it came with noble intentions. NCSOFT knows how much hurt is still felt by the too-soon closure of Cryptic/Paragon’s City of Heroes. So when they saw a chance to bring a beloved character from that IP into their upcoming all-star MOBA, they probably leapt at the idea. “We can make those fans happy!” they said. “We can make this game appealing in the West at the same time!” they exclaimed. But that’s not quite how it’s being seen by the community.Posted Mar 22, 2017 by William Murphy

Ragnarok Journey - A Surprising Browser-based RO


Ragnarok Journey is the latest sort of "remake" of the original Ragnarok Online. Played entirely in the browser, it turns out to be a faithful recreation of the original. But note to prospective players - turn off the auto-pathing if you want to actually play the game.Posted Mar 8, 2017

Let It Die Review


Let It Die, like so many games from Goichi Suda’s mind (Suda 51) is one crazy experience. It’s a game, inside a game. It’s also an online asynchronous MMORPG (think the ill-fate Mighty Quest for Epic Loot or the Sleeping Dogs spin-off Triad Wars). You play a nameless and faceless protagonist in a bar, and your only guide in life and the game/s is a Finnish skateboarder named Uncle Death. Posted Mar 3, 2017 by William Murphy

Knights of the Eternal Throne Impressions

Star Wars: The Old Republic

You know things are going well when you have to force yourself to put the game down to make a deadline. Back when I wrote my impressions of Knights of the Fallen Empire, I commented that the expansion “starts off with a bang and just doesn't let go.” and the same is true for Knights of the Eternal Throne. Posted Nov 30, 2016 by Michael Bitton

Impressions of a Tale Ten Years in the Making

Final Fantasy XV

Final Fantasy XV development originally began in 2006, under the name Final Fantasy XIII Versus. It was going to be a side-entry in the series, not a main installment because its tone was going to be a darker one than the main series allowed. Development was troubled though, and eventually the game shifted to the PS4 and Xbox One and became a full-on entry in the Final Fantasy main series. After all the waiting, is the tale of Noctis and Lunafreya a worthy entry to the Final Fantasy canon?Posted Nov 28, 2016 by William Murphy

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