Today, Guild Wars 2 gets Build and Equipment Templates. A long-awaited addition, the latest function addition to ArenaNet’s MMORPG gives Tyrians more options in the battle. We took a delve into these to give you a rundown on what to expect.
Kurtzpel, the anime-inspired online title from KOG has just unleashed a massive new update to their online brawler. After a weekend of furious testing, we got a chance to sit down and talk to Danny Noss, VP of KOG, and Malcom Yeo, Community Specialist, to talk about to latest update and what it is about to bring to Kurtzpel.
RuneScape is going mobile! If you’ve not logged in for some time then you might be surprised to learn that the massive MMORPG from Jagex is following its older sibling onto Android and iOS devices. We got time to sit down and talk to one of the driving forces behind the mobile move, Jason Milena.
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Runescape, the MMORPG from Jagex, has announced a whole treasure trove of news during their yearly escapades at Runefest. We were able to chat with Game Director David Osborne about the game, as well as what's to come.
Drown Audio is a technology firm that probably won't have crossed your path before, and they are certainly new to us here at MMORPG. Take a deep dive with us as we get a hands-on preview with a potentially game-changing piece of audio equipment that might change how you feel about your music.
Guild Wars 2 his always a growing pains over the last seven years. We've seen the first stumbled steps of the Living World franchise and two expansions, to varying degrees of success. This year game director Mike Z stepped out on stage at Pax West to announce the latest major update to ArenaNet's premier MMORPG.
There are a few of us here on MMORPG that sit down and relentlessly hammer the same drum about Guild Wars 2 having one of the best communities in gaming but today we are going to try to show you why. For many of you in Tyria, you’ve heard of MightyTeapot. This British based streamer pops up on Twitch TV most evenings clad in his dressing gown and churns out hours of spicy memes, clown fiestas, and genuinely insightful views on the game he loves. Now this limey and his supporters have captured the communities imagination with a competition called ERP 3.
Guild Wars 2 has always been a game that I’ve felt has a fantastic community. The game encourages players to play together. Go into a downstate and the game encourages you to all band together and resurrect your fallen cohort. Attack a mob and you won’t lock out other players. Even gathering is fair and free with individual instances. There’s are few barriers that people can bring to the game outside of their own personal prejudice, so should ArenaNet's premier MMORPG be challenging those barriers more directly?