Joseph has been writing or podcasting about games in some form since about 2012. Having written for multiple major outlets such as IGN, Playboy, and more, Joseph started writing for MMORPG in 2015. When he's not writing or talking about games, you can typically find him hanging out with his 10-year old or playing Magic: The Gathering with his family. Also, don't get him started on why Balrogs *don't* have wings. You can find him on Twitter @LotrLore
The prologue quest for The Elder Scrolls Online's upcoming Dragonhold DLC is now available on all platforms. The intro quest starts players on the path to the conclusion of the Season of the Dragon series ZeniMax's MMORPG has been building the whole year.
Today, Astellia will see the introduction of its new Class Evolution system, bringing players who reach level 50 with their characters another way to evolve and play the MMO. The new system will allow players to choose one of three branches to evolve into, giving more variety to each class in Astellia.
Today via a blogpost and an exclusive on Wired, Sony lifted the veil more fully on their successor to the wildly successful PlayStation 4. The PlayStation 5, or PS5, will be hitting shelves Holiday 2020.
Blizzard today released a new YouTube video previewing the upcoming 8.3 patch for Battle for Azeroth. Dubbed Visions of N'Zoth, the next content update pits players in a 12-man raid against the Old God. Additionally, players in Classic won't have to wait long for its upcoming content update.
Recently, Pantheon's Brad McQuaid has posted a few items to the game's blog on a variety of subjects, specifically touching on PvP and Instancing in Pantheon.
RuneScape made quite a bit of announcements at their annual RuneFest event in Cambridget this weekend. Revealed during the RuneFest 2019 keynote address, Jagex is improving both its current version of RuneScape with a new skill, as well as launching an expansion for those who enjoy the Old School version of the venerable MMORPG. Additionally, early access will be hitting RuneScape Mobile later this year.
Magic: The Gathering itself is known the world over as one of the most complex games in our age. With so many interactions, triggers and effects that could happen on any turn, Magic itself is lauded for that complexity. However, often missed by the casual onlooker is the art of MTG. Magic Arena aims to bring that art alive digitally, but how does that happen?
Since rolling out their change to Fortnite's matchmaking, which we reported on previously, Epic has come out in defense of its new system. In a blog post on the Epic Games site, the Fortnite creator states the goal of the new matchmaking system is to create "fairer matches" for all.
Ashes of Creation has continued its series of showcasing some of the pets and items players can look forward to when the full MMORPG goes live. This time around it's showing off its Unseen Shade cosmetics, giving a distinct feel of being in an Edgar Allan Poe poem within Creation.
While Magic Arena isn’t the first time Magic has been presented digitally, is it the best? Is it enough to overtake playing Paper Magic, or even checking out the dated, but feature full Magic Online? Here is our review.
For those who have already conquered all that World of Warcraft: Classic has to offer, there might be some good news on the horizon. In an interview with PC Gamer, it looks like WoW Classic's next phase could be coming sooner than we thought.
Mike O'Brien, President of ArenaNet, announced this afternoon via a post on the Guild Wars 2 website that he will be leaving ArenaNet to start a new studio with "some of [his] friends." While the post doesn't mention who will be stepping into O'Brien's role as President, it does mention Game Direction Mike Zadorojny will take one a "larger leadership role."
Nowadays it's easier than ever for aspiring game devs to create their own pieces of art. Slay Together is an example of just such a hard working developer, as its developer tackles the massive project on their own.
Final Fantasy XIV is gearing up for a its anticipated 5.1 patch, and today the team detailed changes coming to the mentor system with the new update.
Coming October 7th, Mortal Online players can expect to see some changes to how newer players can interact with the game. Admitting it's a bit difficult to grasp, Mortal Online is revamping it's new player experience in the hopes it makes it easier to stick moving forward.