With the Fallout 76 Wastelanders update having hit the survival game recently, Steven took a look at what you should know if you decide to give the game another chance.
I've never played any Final Fantasy. So then, what do I think of Final Fantasy VII Remake?
It's that time of the year in the spiral, for the test realm for Wizard101 has come for the Spring Update! With this update, it brings forth several new additions and changes to the pet system, some new maps and group options for the Beastmoon event, and several other changes to the game! Let's take a further look into the new Test Realm!
A few months back, Aaron's PC decided it just wanted to stop working. As a result, in order to get his Warframe fix, he picked it up on Xbox One while he awaited getting a new PC. Aaron touches on his thoughts during his forced reboot of the MMO.
Now that Phantasy Star Online 2 has officially released on XBOX One, with a PC release on the way, more players are entering the game and quickly getting overwhelmed by 8 years of content, hitting them all at once. After weeks of testing and trial and error, there were parts of the game that I wish I knew before I started.
Earlier this week, the ESRB introduced a new label as part of its rating system, called "Includes Random Items." This label is meant to account for in-game purchases constituting a random nature, such as card packs, gacha games, and yes, loot boxes. In truth, this label is merely a weak Band-Aid and does nothing to address root cause. It solves nothing.
Something has been mulling around in my mind since late March - and that's how little love healers tend to get compared the ire they draw if a group wipes. Players should be more eager to "toss a proverbial coin" to their healers, to steal a still popular meme, than they currently are.
It's no secret that Elder Scrolls Online is my favorite MMO. I genuinely love the open freedom that game allows for, especially after the One Tamriel and Tamriel Unlimited updates. However, as I was playing LOTRO this weekend with my buddies, a new realization dawned on me. MMOs should have a free exploration mode, opening the map completely. Let me explain.
For most of gaming's history, MMORPGs have mostly been PC affairs. But game after game has shown that there is a large fanbase eager to play these games on console. Here are the ones I'd love see make the jump to the living room.
With all of us at home or under some sort of quarantine, there's never been a better time to pick up a new game. Garrick is checking out Animal Crossing: New Horizons, recounting his first five days after his fateful meeting with Tom Nook.