I got restless after waiting three months with little to do in Star Wars: The Old Republic since the launch of the expansion, Knights of the Fallen Empire. Initially, the idea of continuing its story through monthly episodes seemed compelling. The first of those episodes, Chapter X: Anarchy In Paradise, came out this…
Some people are using the “best character creation tool” out there to make hideous monstrosities in Black Desert Online, and the results are hilarious.
With Knights of the Fallen Empire, the latest expansion for SWTOR, Bioware tried something different, and right now I’m not talking about all the gameplay changes I applauded back when it first hit in October. The game is in a better place than it was. Now it has to keep improving.
Do you read the end user license agreements for software? No? You should. Sometimes they say important things. Like not to build nukes.
Even after a bunch of nerfs, the Hunter class in WoW is pretty strong right now. They dominated everything since Warlords of Draenor’s release. So it’s not a surprise that they’ve became an easy scapegoat lately.
When it was announced, GTA Online felt like the most exciting thing to ever happen to Grand Theft Auto.
Daybreak Games is trying something cool with Everquest II: players caught breaking the rules (or just generally being terrible people) aren’t going to be suspended or banned. They’re going to be banished to a “prison server” known as Drunder.
After seeing the superhero movie Io9 lauded as “perfectly competent” on Thursday night, I felt the urge to get a little more hands-on with Ant-Man. Luckily he’s now in every Marvel video game, including Diablo-esque Marvel Heroes.
Cube World grabbed endless headlines for good reason: it looked incredible. A playable alpha was released in July 2013, but the game only received a few updates before things got weird. The last time the developers said anything publicly was over a year ago. Is it dead? Apparently not.
Crowfall is an upcoming MMO that I am not interested in because it’s an upcoming MMO. I do wish, however, that this sub-game thing where you design your own fantasy kingdom could be broken off and turned into its own game. It looks great!
Woah. This trailer for Remnants of Earth is about as Second Life as you can get, but still—it’s an MMO inside of an MMO, and it looks bonkers.
I don't play the game, so I had no idea this even existed, but hey, turns out that space MMO EVE Online has its own official TV news show! And it's pretty good!
Whenever I think of BioWare's Baldur's Gate series, one line of dialogue springs immediately to mind: "Go for the eyes, Boo!" We might soon hear those words again, as Minsc and Boo will play a big role in Neverwinter's Elemental Evil expansion when it launches for PC March 17.
The news Guild Wars 2 players have been eagerly awaiting for ages is finally here. ArenaNet has announced Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns, and expansion pack that takes players deep into the heart of the Maguum Jungle armed with mastery abilities and a brand new profession — the Revenant.
H1Z1, the DayZ-like zombie MMO by Sony, has been at the top of the Steam charts since release. But what's it all about?
This is not a joke. There'll be "themed content"that lets you "Hone your skills with familiar faces" and "compete in thrilling mini-games".
World of WarCraft has been around for more than a decade now, and Blizzard Entertainment appears to be rewarding its most loyal customers with a pretty incredible statue.
The Elder Scrolls Online recently did away with its six-month subscription option, a change that the MMO's developer and publisher have had very little to say about publicly so far. In the absence of any solid justification about its removal, fans are guessing this mean it's going free-to-play in the near future.
Jagex's multiplayer arena combat game Transformers Universe launched in open beta on July 4 of this year. On January 31 it's shutting down for good. That was fast.