Scott is a comic book, music, and gaming nerd since the late 70s. Gaming all began on the Colecovision and Atari 2600. He buys and reads new comics every Wednesday from his LCBS and helps run an online Heavy Metal radio station. He also loves all things Star Wars.
Last week Marvel Games and Netmarble executives held a virtual press tour to give the media some insights into the team's next mobile Marvel game. Here is our preview of the forthcoming Marvel Future Revolution.
Last week, Dimensional Ink Games released their latest episode, World of Flashpoint, free for all players for the first time. We sat down with CEO Jack Emeert on the latest episode and more in the world of DCUO.
Recurring events are a mainstay in MMORPGs. SWTOR just recently ended its Pirate Incursion event, and while going through it, Scott got to thinking: are these events more fun, or simply a daily chore?
For many of us, playing games serves as a distraction from the veil of real life. Games serve as a temporary get-away from things like dealing with a job, family, or a global pandemic. Many of us that play role-playing games with extensive character creators. Join Scott as he breaks down his way of creating characters in an MMO.
Just last week the DC Comics inspired superhero MMO, DC Universe Online (DCUO), celebrated it's 10-year anniversary! Dimensional Ink Games, the studio behind the development for the game, also kicked off a three weeklong in-game celebration that runs through January. We caught up with DCUO's Jack Emmert to talk about 10 years of the comic-hero MMO.
Last week was a precarious week for, not only Daybreak Games, but for their fans and subscribers. For Daybreak's Dimensional Ink Games development studio, the team behind the superhero MMO DC Universe Online (DCUO), even more so. Not only did they find themselves under the new management of EG7, but their Creative Director also announced her leave from the company. DCUO's community manager stated that the two are not connected and it was just a matter of coincidental timing. The acquisition of t
It's been a crazy year, but one thing that seems to have been on the rise are the popularity of MMO games during the pandemic. We sat down with Dimensional Ink Games' CEO Jack Emmert to discuss this, as well as its impact on their MMO, DC Universe Online.
Since the last DC Universe Online (DCUO) column was posted, Daybreak has given us an early Christmas present. The development team dropped Episode 36: Metal Part II (EP36) just a few weeks ago. Metal Part II is the last half of the DCUO content inspired by the Dark Nights: Metal storyline that ran through the DC Comic books in the last half of 2017. We had a chance to fly into the new content on the Switch platform. If you played the prior update, Update 97 which was the Metal Part I content, you’ll find there’s not too many surprises. Welcome to our newest episode about all things DC Universe Online!
This week amidst the release of The Lord Of The Rings Online’s Minas Morgul expansion another game based on The Lord Of The Rings (LoTR) IP was also released. Publisher Asmodee Digital and developer Virtuos released their The Lord Of The Rings: Adventure Card Game on consoles including Playstation 4, Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch. Being a modest fan of LoTRO I dug into my pocket to secure a copy of the Nintendo Switch version. Our editor, Joe, being a big LoTRO fan, thought it’d be cool to share my first impressions with you on this console port.
Since the last DC Universe Online (DCUO) column was posted, Daybreak has re-enabled “Resurgence Mega Capsule” drops for a few weeks (through November 13th). Players also still continue to earn “Dark Metal Coins” from open events in Update 97 which was inspired by (Dark Nights) Metal Part 1. And if that isn’t enough there is still the ongoing Halloween event, spotlighted in our last DCUO column which lasts through the end of the month. Welcome to our newest episode in an ongoing series about all things DC Universe Online!
Since the last DC Universe Online (DCUO) column was posted, Daybreak has turned on “The Witching Hour” event for October. Players also still continue to earn “Dark Metal Coins” from open events in Update 97 which was inspired by (Dark Nights) Metal Part 1. Welcome to our newest episode in an ongoing series about all things DC Universe Online!