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Darkest Dungeon On Switch is Where It Truly Shines

General - Columns

Red Hook Studios has brought Darkest Dungeon to the Nintendo Switch. and the release on Switch feels like it's where the game belongs, allowing both portability and touch-screen controls when undocked, but also a controller scheme (though a bit confusing at first) as well as being able to easily play on the big screen. This is our Darkest Dungeon review for the Nintendo Switch.Posted Jan 23, 2018 by William Gallon

Dead Maze - A Cute But Deadly Zombie MMORPG

General - Previews

Sick of zombie survival games? We all are. But don’t let that deter you from keeping an eye on Dead Maze, a new isometric animated MMORPG from indie developer Atelier 801. It’s a 2D MMO that will be F2P (free to play) when it launches in the coming weeks, and we’ve spent a little time with its closed beta. What we found is a surprisingly robust-featured game that takes a unique story-oriented approach at what’s traditionally just a “kill or be killed” genre.Posted Jan 23, 2018 by William Murphy

The End of the Republic? SWTOR Analysis

Star Wars: The Old Republic - Editorials

Star Wars: The Old Republic was a massive MMORPG launch back in 2011. The game is often called one of the last great MMOs to come out of that era. It was steeped in Bioware storytelling with huge plotlines to follow. Factions between the Sith and the Republic, along with Light and Dark side Force choices made for your character. Over time, SWTOR continued to see a lot of success. However, rumors circulate that Bioware Austin may be moving on to new projects. Is it time for the republic to end? Posted Jan 22, 2018 by Garrett Fuller

Corsair K95 RGB Platinum: The Gold Standard for Gaming Keyboards

General - Hardware Reviews

Since Corsair released the original K60 back in 2011, the company has shaped the gaming keyboard landscape in profound ways, eliciting a wave of copycats that still fill the marketplace. Over the last seven years, they’ve pushed the boundaries of what’s possible in the keyboard space, finally arriving at the K95 RGB Platinum. If there were ever one keyboard to rule them all, this is it and this is our review.Posted Jan 22, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Exclusive Interview Explores the Scalding Abyss and the MMO's Future

Dark and Light - Interviews

Dark and Light may be in early access, but that doesn't stop Snail Games from treating the project like a live game. In this interview we discuss the Scalding Abyss, the latest big update, and how the project is working towards its hybrid MMORPG/Survival sandbox goals.Posted Jan 22, 2018 by William Murphy

iKBC MF108 V.2 RGB Mechanical Keyboard: Ultra-Premium RGB Goodness

General - Hardware Reviews

iKBC is one of those companies that gamers may not know but absolutely should. They’ve been making high-end enthusiast keyboards capable of giving even the most premium gaming keyboards a run for their money. Today we’re looking the completely aluminum bodied MF108 V2. It’s packed with features, doesn’t require software, and will make sure you never overcook dinner again.Posted Jan 20, 2018 by Christopher Coke

January 19th, 2017 Weekly Newsletter

General - Newsletters

In Issue 603 of the MMORPG.com Newsletter, we look at Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Jan 19, 2018 by Michael Bitton

Varmilo MA104C CMYK Electrostatic Capactive Keyboard - A New Kind of EC

General - Hardware Reviews

Varmilo is one of the most creative companies in the keyboard business. Earlier this month, we took a look at their custom PUBG keyboard and were impressed. Today, we’re lucky enough to be looking at the company’s first electrostatic capacitive keyboard, the MA104C CMYK. If you want the benefits of a Topre without the feel of a rubber dome, this is a keyboard you won’t want to miss.Posted Jan 19, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Grinding Away with Grinding Gear on the XBOX One

Path of Exile - Columns

Rob jumped into Path of Exile just after New Years to see what’s changed in the last few years. Turns out it’s a lot.Posted Jan 19, 2018 by Robert Lashley

The Revival of Leveling in Patch 7.3.5

World of Warcraft - Columns

Middle of the road patches in World of Warcraft are rarely so impressive. But 7.3.5 has almost entirely reinvigorated the leveling process of the game. By activating leveling scaling across the entire game, with some caveats, the act of raising a new character is not only inviting, but it’s far more enjoyable because you can finally do it however you want. 13 years into Azeroth’s MMO existence, and leveling is now the best it’s ever been.Posted Jan 19, 2018 by William Murphy

Your Favorite MMO Roles?

General - Columns

DPS, DPS, DPS! Every time I decide to play an MMO with friends, just about everyone wants to play DPS. I think we’ve all been there. While there’s nothing wrong with playing DPS, I know many of you out there treat the ‘short straw’ of pulling tank or healer with the same excitement the DPS fiends do when they get to play their favorite classes. So let’s have a discussion about our favorite MMO roles, shall we? I’ll start!Posted Jan 18, 2018 by Michael Bitton

EXCLUSIVE - Mark Jacobs on the Road Ahead for Camelot Unchained

Camelot Unchained - Interviews

Mark Jacobs hears you: Camelot Unchained is overdue. And today, we dive in deep with the man to talk about the current status of the project, the recent new batch of funding, and the forthcoming beta (!) and 2019 release (!). Read on, RVR fans.Posted Jan 18, 2018 by Tim Eisen

Ancient Heartbeats of Hawaii Come to Life in Nightmarchers

General - Previews

Fantastic news in the RPG shooter community today with Wyrmbyte launching their Fig campaign for much anticipated title, Nightmarchers! Fig is the newest crowdfunding platform whose first client was Kingdoms & Castles and since has delivered games like Pillars of Eternity II. To celebrate we took a hands on look at Nightmarchers and also caught up with Wyrmbyte founder and president, Scott Brown.Posted Jan 17, 2018 by Kelley Kiwi

Arozzi Visione VX-800 Gaming Optics: Easy on the Eyes

General - Hardware Reviews

I have a confession to make: when Arozzi approached me about trying a new pair of their Visione VX-800 glasses, I was skeptical. Like many of you, I’ve sat on the sidelines as gaming glasses have become popular, assuming they weren’t any different than the yellow-tint glasses you can find at your local dollar store. I was wrong. Consider me a convert, because I’m now a nightly gaming glasses wearer.Posted Jan 17, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Outpost Zero: The Unexpected Gem

General - Previews

Walking the floors of PAX South, Red Thomas came across a game that might be his favorite find in the last few years. A little time talking with the developers only left him more interested…Posted Jan 17, 2018 by Red Thomas

Rend - PAX South Hands On Preview

General - Previews

At PAX South we got the chance to sit down with REND and go through some of their latest updates. For those who may not know, REND captures the essence of a survival game with strong PvP concepts and crafting. The fantasy world is built on a rich system of archery which creates the shooter environment. The team has been hard at work and pushing to build out new areas along with polishing character skills and gameplay. Posted Jan 16, 2018 by Garrett Fuller

Resurrecting Warhammer Online

General - Columns

You can never go home again but in MMORPGs you can sometimes visit. I recently took a trip back to the year 2008 in Warhammer Return of Reckoning the fan made Warhammer Age of Reckoning emulator. Unsurprisingly a game that was full of mixed emotions upon its launch triggered another mixture of emotions upon its resurrection.Posted Jan 16, 2018 by Tim Eisen

Kinda Sorta Maybe A Space Ninja – An Introduction

Warframe - Columns

The year just started so what better way to do new things for the year than to begin a bi-weekly column on Warframe. Everyone knows about Warframe right? No? Well than, let's start off with an introduction not only to Warframe. I'm Brandedwolf and this is your introduction to being a Space Ninja. Kinda. Sorta. Maybe. Posted Jan 16, 2018 by BrandedWolf

Astro A50 Wireless Headset: Break Free From the Wire

General - Hardware Reviews

Astro has become almost a household name for gamers. Over the last month, we’ve reviewed the A20 and A40 and were impressed by each. Today, we’re rounding out our run with their flagship, the Astro A50 Wireless Gaming Headset. It’s the best of their line and has a price to match. Is it worth ponying up the $299.99? This is our review.Posted Jan 16, 2018 by Christopher Coke

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