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Wild Terra 2: New Lands - Should You Play It?

Wild Terra 2: New Lands is a sequel to Wild Terra Online by Juvty Worlds, released in 2017. Five years later, New Lands seeks to offer a fresh experience with revamped gameplay mechanics and tons of new content. But how does it stack up? Kanishka gives it a go.

Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 Impressions: Fun, If Flawed

Call of Duty Warzone 2.0's release was earlier this week, and Brian took the new free-to-play Battle Royale for a spin. With matchmaking issues and bugs that blinded him, check out his thoughts on the fun, but flawed, experience.

The Cycle: Frontier Early Access Impressions

Raid shooter The Cycle: Frontier launched into early access earlier this month, and Shane has been giving it a spin. How does it stack up early on in its life? Check out our early access impressions.

Elden Ring Is More Than Just 'Open World Dark Souls'

This weekend, I had the chance to check out FromSoftware's latest opus, the upcoming Elden Ring. Developed in collaboration with George RR Martin, Elden Ring is a first of sorts for the veteran developers who effectively defined this subgenre. Can they do it again?

Lost Ark: Was Delaying It To 2022 The Right Decision?

The Lost Ark closed technical beta has come to an end. While Kevin's initial impressions haven't changed much, it has left him wondering where this MMORPG with ARPG roots fits into the existing offerings already available. Did Smilegate RPG and Amazon Games make the right decision delaying its release until early 2022? Read on to find out about his concerns. 

Lost Ark Closed Beta Impressions

Developed by Smilegate RPG and published by Amazon Games, the action MMORPG Lost Ark has been long-awaited by many in the West. This past week, Kevin had the chance to play the game ahead of the closed beta. What are his first impressions as both someone completely new to the game and one who enjoys other A-RPGs? Well, he has some good news.

Ghost of Tsushima PS5 Director's Cut Impressions

Shank forced himself to stop playing Ghost of Tsushima last year, knowing he'd want to enjoy this brilliant game on PS5. Now, more than one year later, he's doing exactly that.

Ashes of Creation Alpha One Preview Impressions

Ashes of Creation recently held their Alpha One Preview event this past weekend. I had the chance to dive into this small slice of the upcoming MMORPG and came away with some surprised thoughts. What did I think of it? Read on, dear readers.

Mechwarrior 5 Mercenaries: Heroes Of The Inner Sphere Impressions

On May 27, MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries (MW5) received its first DLC pack, The Heroes of the Inner Sphere. but how does it stack up? Mitch takes you through the DLC.

I Can't Stop Playing Valheim

So Bradford might be a tad addicted to Valheim, the new Viking Survival game that is taking Steam by storm right now. Bradford recounts his weekend in the 10th World and how its progressed.

Valheim PC Impressions: Surviving The Afterlife

With a love-hate relationship with Survival games, Bradford tackles the World Tree in Valheim. Turns out it's good. Real good.

Was Kate Worth the Wait? Marvel's Avengers First Post-Launch Character Impressions

If there was such a thing as the 8 stages of Gamer Grief, I've been through just about all of them when it comes to Marvel's Avengers. During the pre-order and open beta, I experienced the first stage of Gamer Grief - Denial. I told myself, as many who play pre-release online games do, that "this is just beta and it will get better". With the Hawkette Kate Bishop now in the game, has Marvel's Avengers met fans expectations with the new, long awaited, first post-launch character?

The RPG Files: Solasta: Crown of the Magister Early Access Impressions

Robin checked out the Early Access version of Solasta: Crown of the Magister. How does the D&D RPG fare? Let's find out.

The RPG Files: Yakuza: Like a Dragon Review In Progress

Yakuza: Like a Dragon is the seventh main title with an all-new fresh take for the series. Like a Dragon trades the beat-em-up action combat of the previous entries for a turn-based RPG approach akin to Dragon Quest.

Red's Read on TemTem

Red Thomas tries to catch 'em all in Temtem. Interested in throwing things at random monsters in order to add them to your personal zoological collection or in pitting your own trained creatures against vicious beasts in the wild? Well, Temtem could be for you and Red gives his thoughts on his own experiences in the game to help you make your decision.