Stormblood isn’t just a huge chunk of new content for Final Fantasy XIV. It’s the third game in an ongoing series, one that happens to share the same space as its predecessors.
Since Final Fantasy XIV’s Stormblood expansion launched in early access on Friday morning, I’ve leveled a Red Mage from 50 to 60 and taken my first steps into the city state of Ala Mhigo. Imagine what I could have accomplished had the servers been anywhere near stable!
I’d originally planned to run our World of Warcraft: Legion review today, but due to circumstances firmly under my control, it’s now going to run Monday morning. The fact that I’m still playing the game every night probably didn’t help.
Three weeks into World of Warcraft’s Legion expansion, and I’m still logging into my Druid every day to go on adventures. It’s nice when daily questing doesn’t mean doing the same quests every day, isn’t it?
When you’re working through the post 110 content of World of Warcraft’s Legion expansion with one Alliance character and are getting bored of running through the same content on five others, sometimes you need to take a walk on the Horde side.
After my first month in NCsoft’s martial arts MMO Blade & Soul I hit a wall. I wasn’t annoyed or frustrated. In fact up to that point I’d been enjoying myself immensely. I was satisfied with what I had played, and felt no need to continue. That’s odd, right?
It’s been a little over three weeks since I started playing NCsoft’s martial arts MMO import, and my desire to reach the level cap has lessened considerably.
Technically I know advanced assassination techniques, but it’s all a sort of Kung Fu as far as NCsoft’s latest Korean import is concerned. Check out my impressions after one week of that sort of fighting—you know, the one everyone is doing.
Last night I fell asleep in my computer chair.
I’d love to be able to report this week that I’ve reached the new level cap and experienced some of the high-end content Final Fantasy XIV’s first expansion has to offer, but first I need to figure out which version of my character I want to be.
I’m trying to write my initial Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward expansion MMO log in such a way as to minimize my time away from Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward. This is a good sign.
On the Alliance side World of Warcraft's fifth expansion is all about saving the world. On the Horde side it's all that and more.
From lowly newbie Shaman to decorated General of the Alliance with his own castle stronghold in a little over a month. I could definitely get used to this.
Having hit level 100 in World of Warcraft's Warlords of Draenor expansion pack earlier this week, I spent early Thursday morning camping a rare spawn for four hours. I accidentally captured most of it on video. Don't worry, I sped it up.
At around 4 AM Eastern this morning, less than a week after the release of World of Warcraft's fifth expansion pack, my little Draenei boy became a level 100 Shaman. That was awfully fast.
You know those early stages of love, when you just can't seem to get enough of the other person, yet it feels as if the entire world is conspiring to keep you apart? That's exactly the first few days of Warlords of Draenor.
In preparation for our full review of The Elder Scrolls Online, each week I'll be presenting a journal of what I've been doing in the game. Except for the previous two weeks, because those logs would have been boring.
It's been one week since I donned my tail and cat ears and began my journey into The Elder Scrolls Online, and I'm having a much better time on day seven than I did on day one.
I watched this guy eat bread for ten minutes. Then I tried to jump on his head, and was thrown into nothingness.
Meet Rande. He's a level 5 Khajiit Nightblade named after my dead cat. He'll be my representative in the world of Tamriel as I spend the next several weeks playing The Elder Scrolls Online for review.