Temtem released into 1.0 earlier this month, and while we've been working on our review since, Bradford has also dipped his toes into the world of creature collecting. And, thankfully, it's bringing back some of the best memories he had playing the original creature collecting game, Pokemon.
Lowry details what it's like to jump back into ArenaNet's Guild Wars 2 after so long an absence.
New World's upcoming release announced earlier this week is exciting, especially the introduction of the Greatsword and the new zone, Brimstone Sands. But some of the major additions coming with the update leave Bradford concerned about the future of the MMO.
Misinformation can spread quickly, whether we mean for it to or not. Anthony looks at the misinformation being spread across the Lost Ark community and how it's one of the games biggest obstacles to overcome.
From the studio that brought us the brilliant Bloodline Champions and Battlerite, Stunlock Studios have always been tantalizingly close to creating something truly special. Their latest, V Rising, just hit Early Access, and Lewis is certain it's going to bleed you of your free time.
The MMO is dead. This is a mantra we hear constantly in the MMO-space, whether from community members thinking back to yesteryear or games media trying to find a unique angle to cover. However, Bradford argues that they aren't dead, in fact far from it, especially if this week is any indication.
Over the last week something sad happened on our Valheim server: Bradford's original house was destroyed. At first he played it off, but as the days have gone on, its made him more and more depressed.
Trailers come in many forms, from cinematic to gameplay and even accolades trailers meant to promote how well a game is doing. But they serve a purpose: to drum up excitement about a game. Since last Friday, Bradford has been stuck with the FFXIV Endwalker trailer in his head, and he's not sure that's happened for a few years where a trailer left an impression.
Freeshards have long drawn the population away from the Dark Age of Camelot live servers. Now the venerable MMO is striking back by borrowing from the freeshard's most popular PvP leveling event.
EverQuest pioneered the 3D massively multiplayer online roleplaying game. For many people, it would forever change how we would interact with games and people online. Even after 22 years players are flocking towards the venerable world of Norrath to discover long lost friends and adventures. Michael was surprised at how much he felt the draw to get back into the MMO recently.
After almost 100 hours in Vaheim, Bradford is reflecting on some of the things he's loved when exploring the 10th world of Yggdrasil. However, the design decision that really keeps him coming back isn't the lax survival elements or the onion layers of complexity in the Viking game. It's the portals.
On our journeys around Valheim's world, we've encountered scary beasts, such as the wretched Draugr in the swamp, or the Goblin-like Furlings in the Plains. But nothing could have prepared my group of Vikings for what is becoming Valheim's deadliest denizen: the Deathsquito.