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Z390 Aorus Pro Motherboard Review

General - Hardware Reviews

Motherboards are an interesting component in a PC. While the CPU is the brain and the GPU drives the visuals, the motherboard is the body while enables all of these components to work in concert with each other. However, for many people, myself included until recently, the motherboard was always an area to save a little extra money. However, having a quality gaming motherboard can go such a long way to maximizing the investments you’ve made elsewhere in your gaming rig. Posted Feb 18, 2019 by Joseph Bradford

Not So MMO: Jump Force – The Fighter We Deserve?

General - Columns

From Bandai Namco comes Jump Force, and it comes at the perfect time of the year for those of us who are trying to find that game to spend hours on. The game we saw teased at E3 2018 has finally made it live. I remember watching the trailer and thinking to myself, “wow, a game with Goku and all of these other anime characters that I can play as. This is awesome.” My feelings have not changed. Posted Feb 18, 2019 by Christopher Bowman

February 17th, 2019 Weekly Newsletter

General - Newsletters

In Issue 655 of the MMORPG.com Newsletter, we look at Anthem and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Feb 17, 2019 by Michael Bitton

Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 XTREME WATERFORCE 8G Review

General - Hardware Reviews

Ray Tracing and DLSS support are finally beginning to expand, but if you’re considering upgrading to the Nvidia 20-series, you’ll need to do some research to find out what’s best for you. Today, we’re looking at an exciting card from Gigabyte, the RTX 2080 XTREME WATERFORCE 8G. It’s offers up 4K60 gameplay while staying quiet and cool thanks to its built-in liquid cooler. At $899, is it worth the extra over a standard 2080? Posted Feb 15, 2019 by Christopher Coke

Entropia Universe: My Surprise

Entropia Universe - Columns

Sixteen years ago, Entropia Universe released, and Red Thomas ignored it. Years later, Red has a reason to try the game and gives readers his thoughts about why some players may want to give it a look.Posted Feb 15, 2019 by Red Thomas

Guild Wars 2: Tracking Projects

Guild Wars 2 - Columns

One of the things I love about Guild Wars 2 is there is never a shortage of things for me to work on. However, this is also the biggest issue I have in GW2… I have so many projects I’m working on I sometimes forget what I’m working on! Some of this is my issue because I can’t just focus on one project at a time, but some of this is an issue with how the UI in GW2 works.Posted Feb 15, 2019 by Robin Baird

The Blizzard Problem

General - Columns

This was a tough week for anyone who works for Blizzard Entertainment or anyone who is a fan of the games. The Blizzard community has grown and fostered over many years now. Always heightened at BlizzCon the company was preaching unity, equality, and passion for their games worldwide. This message rung true to millions and it showed. However, all that began to take a turn for the worse these past few months.Posted Feb 15, 2019 by Garrett Fuller

Anthem Review-in-Progress - A Solid First Impression

Anthem - Columns

In all the years I’ve been doing this, I don’t think I’ve ever gone into a review anxious. I’ve been looking forward to Anthem since its announcement at EA Play in 2017, but that demo EA put out a couple of weeks ago rattled me. I’ve only spent a couple of hours with the launch version of the game, but I’m glad to be able to report that, at least so far, things are looking a whole lot better.Posted Feb 15, 2019 by Michael Bitton

WD Black SN750 1 TB NVMe SSD: Storage With The New Black

General - Hardware Reviews

Western Digital has been a long-standing juggernaut in the field of data storage for several years. With their latest entry into the legendary WD Black family of products, is their latest NVMe worthy of the legacy? Posted Feb 14, 2019 by Damien Gula

Final Fantasy XIV: Letter from FanFest Paris

Final Fantasy XIV - Columns

FanFest is a big deal. Roughly 4,500 Final Fantasy XIV players headed to Paris in early February, filling the lofty Grande Halle de la Villette to capacity with friendly cheer. Almost all were desperately seeking more news on Shadowbringers, the upcoming expansion due out on July 2. But behind these headline announcements, it was also the epicentre of a community celebration unlike any other.Posted Feb 14, 2019 by Gareth Harmer

Far Cry: New Dawn Review - Renewing Hope

General - Columns

Far Cry: New Dawn is the first direct sequel to a Far Cry title. How does New Dawn serve the franchise? Can it stand on its own or would it have been better to leave the story in a pile of nuclear ash where Far Cry 5 left off? Let’s find out.Posted Feb 14, 2019 by Damien Gula

Nanoleaf Canvas Review: A New Look for Your Game Den

General - Hardware Reviews

If you’re anything like us, building up your battlestation is about more than just your PC. After your PC and accessories are set, it’s time to start looking into the rest of the room and designing your perfect, modern gaming center. Today, we’re looking at the first of two Nanoleaf smart products with the Canvas. They’re customizable, integrate with your smart home, and look great, but are they right for you? This is our full review of the Nanoleaf Canvas.Posted Feb 13, 2019 by Christopher Coke

Not So MMO: Yakuza Kiwami PC Review

General - Columns

Sega has brought the next chapter in the Yakuza series to PC with the remake of the first Yakuza game in Yakuza Kiwami. Although chronologically Yakuza Zero happens before this, the first game came out before it on PlayStation 2 in 2006. Kiwami means Extreme, and that is what Sega tries to bring its fans with retelling Yakuza. Does it succeed on PC? This is our Yakuza Kiwami PC review. Posted Feb 13, 2019 by David Holmes

Mobile MMO AxE: Alliance vs Empire is Coming to North America

General - Columns

Nexon, the publishing/developer powerhouse, has announced that their next generation mobile MMORPG, AxE, will be released in North America later this year. Launching on the App Store and Google Play Store, this action focused MMORPG, promises to bring all of the features you have come to expect from a triple-A MMO to your mobile device. Boasting an vast, open world, immersive fantasy narrative and an epic PVP war between the Alliance and Empire, AxE hopes to present a fully realized MMO experience from the comfort of your phone. Posted Feb 13, 2019 by Matthew Keith

The RPG Files: God Eater 3 Review

General - Columns

God Eater 3 is a breath of fresh air for the God Eater franchise. It does not change much in terms of how the game is played, but what it does do is heavily improve on a lot of its previous systems and its mechanics. God Eater 3 does bring a new mission type into the game that involves 8 players. This is where I will start my tale of how I no-life my weekend away because it was really hard to pull myself away. This is our God Eater 3 review.Posted Feb 13, 2019 by Ralph Whitmore

Red Dead Reflections

General - Columns

As is the way of the wild west, each gunslinger eventually takes one last ride into a sunset they call the used to be. My time with Red Dead Redemption 2 has nearly come to an end. I see the conclusion but have yet to pursue it. This struck me as a good time to do a reflections piece on some of the areas that I’d like to see improved upon. Posted Feb 13, 2019 by Tim Eisen

Spellbreak First Impressions

Spellbreak - Previews

Announced back in October 2018, Spellbreak is not just another copy and paste battleground simulation. Peer into Proletariat's world for just a moment and you’ll find fireballs tossed around like frag grenades, whirlwinds, levitating icicles, and teleporting assassins all decorating a mystical landscape with the bodies of your enemies. Spellbreak is a fantasy-themed battle royale and after months of closed alpha testing, Proletariat’s own iteration on the battle royale genre apparates above the parapets today.Posted Feb 12, 2019 by Ed Orr

Black Desert Online Shadow Arena Interview with the Devs

Black Desert Online - Interviews

Black Desert Online recently expanded its content to include a new PvP game mode called Shadow Arena that brings battle royale to players. We had the opportunity to chat with Jae-hee Kim to learn more about why it was added and what it brings to both players and the game. Read on!Posted Feb 12, 2019 by William Murphy

Aston Microphones Stealth Review: Your Sound. Get Some.

General - Hardware Reviews

At first glance, the Stealth looks like a slimmed-down Amazon Alexa, but this sleek cylinder is smart in a different way. Within this review we are going to break down what the Aston Stealth is, what it does, and why, if you are a streamer or digital content creator, this may be the most technologically advanced microphones you will ever need.Posted Feb 11, 2019 by Damien Gula

Prosperous Universe Preview - Prosperity Comes Through Complexity

Prosperous Universe - Previews

Developer Simulogics certainly doesn’t make compromises. Calling their games “expert games” and describing Prosperous Universe as a “space economy simulation”, you know to not expect an easy ride. As if this wouldn’t be already enough of a niche market by itself, Prosperous Universe is delivered as a browser game - in 2019. Yet, the game, which is currently in its so called first access phase, has quite a lot to offer to those who are willing to dive into a sterilely presented but deep, complex and fully player-driven economy. Posted Feb 11, 2019 by Markus Rohringer

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