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Guild Chat - My Thoughts On A Small Guild In An MMORPG

I've been playing The Lord of the Rings Online since essentially the game's release, and relatively early on I started my own Kinship, LotRO's version of guilds. However, we are small - something I wouldn't trade for the world.

OPINION: Why The Last of Us Part 2 Collapsed [Spoilers]

The Last of Us Part 2 is a divisive game. Shank takes a spoiler-filled deep dive into how the game's utterly brilliant first half is completely undone by its second half.

Path of Exile: Harvest Gameplay Impressions - Harvesting The New League

Grinding Gear Games has released its latest league for Path of Exile, titled Harvest. How does the new league fare? Join Aaron as he breaks down his time in Path of Exile: Harvest.

Elder Scrolls Online On Stadia - Should You Play It?

With ESO hitting Stadia recently, we've been playing the MMO on the new platform. The question remains - should you?

The Elder Scrolls Online - Stadia vs Shadow

Stadia vs Shadow - Which streaming service should you look into when streaming The Elder Scrolls Online if you don't have a dedicated PC handy, or lack the hardware to run it properly?

Phantasy Star Online 2 - 3 Great Starter Classes (And 2 Not Suitable for New Players)

Steven breaks down the different classes in Phantasy Star Online 2 - giving his tips on which is best for beginners and those, well, not so great.

Destiny's Way Forward: The Thread that Lead Just Beyond Light

We dig a bit deeper into the implications for the Destiny universe with the announcement of Beyond Light from the perspective of an active member of the Destiny community.

Publishers, You Can't Stop Me From Cloud Streaming Your Games

Steven breaks down his thoughts on Cloud Gaming, specifically looking at publisher behavior regarding pulling their games from these services.

The Outer Worlds - Nintendo Switch Impressions

The Outer Worlds, originally released on PC, Xbox One and PS4 back in October of 2019, has finally come to Nintendo Switch. But how does the experience hold up?

RimWorld - Magna Carta

Red Thomas explores RimWorld in the wake of a fairly significant May patch. An expansion on the concepts first introduced in the Royalty DLC earlier this year, the May patch adds in even more depth and expanded playstyle options

Phantasy Star Online 2 - The Road to Playable

Steven takes a look at the PC port of Phantasy Star Online 2, and his experience over the past week getting it playable.

MMOSide Chat: MMO Releases Really Need To Do Better

Whenever a new MMO releases, there is either applause for a job well done, but more often there are excuses as to why an MMO launches buggy or unplayable out the gate. In this Fireside chat, we discuss why MMO companies need to do better.

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord - Starting with Economy

Red Thomas starts a new character in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord and doesn't take the easy road. Learn how Red plays the market and get a few economic tips for you own game as Red goes through his initial character strategy and early gameplay.

Not So MMO: Total War: WARHAMMER II - The Warlord And the Paunch Impressions

Total War: WARHAMMER II - The Warlord and The Paunch brings new units and two more legendary lords, plus a new lord via FLC. The new addition adds the violent battle-thirst of the portly Grom the Paunch against the noble defender of Ulthuan, Eltharion the Grim. The Greenskin rework, additional mechanics, and campaign placement really add interesting challenges that spice up an aging Vortex campaign.

Five Historical Era Settings I'd Love To See In An MMO

Most MMOs take their players to sights and worlds never before seen. Fantasy-based worlds, alien planets and more dot the MMO landscape, however there are a few places in our own history Bradford would love to see an MMO set within.