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.
This is actually a good look for me. One of several good looks that highlight one of my favorite features of kung fu MMO Blade & Soul: playing dress up.
NCsoft’s martial arts MMO Blade & Soul is filled with colorful non-player characters voicing their enthusiastic praise, desperate pleas for help or dramatic plot advancement. Then there’s Ronsul. She’s the best.
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.
Martial arts MMORPG Blade & Soul launched in North America and Europe today, bringing with it one of the most gut-wrenchingly awesome movement systems I’ve ever experienced in the genre. Hold on to your stomachs, kids.
Wildly popular Korean fantasy MMO Blade & Soul finally launches in North America and Europe this Tuesday. Check out the thrilling opening sequence players in the early head start are experiencing over and over right now.
The Summoner class in Blade & Soul, NCsoft’s latest massively multiplayer Korean import, get to choose a feline companion to fight by their side for the rest of their days. There are other classes to play in the current closed beta, but they are not important.
Earlier this week ArenaNet announced preorders for Heart of Thorns, the first major expansion for Guild Wars 2. Then all hell broke loose over the upgrade’s $50 base price tag.
Carbine Studios’ sci-fi MMORPG Wildstar launched in June of 2014, bravely opting for a paid subscription model while more high-profile games were going free-to-play. They made it a year!
This is Project Hon. It's a mecha game with machines that shoot, transform, and smack the crap outta each other.
The head start for Carbine Studio's new science fiction MMO WildStar kicked off early this morning, giving birth to thousands of weird little animal people with giant eyes. We're going to follow one of them into the wilds of the legendary Planet Nexus.
With less than a month left before the June 3 official launch of WildStar, Carbine Studios gives prospective players a look at the high-end raid content topping off the eagerly anticipated science fiction MMORPG.
Carbine Studios' animated space opera has been teasing MMORPG fans with colorful characters and hilarious CGI videos since its announcement in 2011. On June 3, WildStar opens the wild space frontier to the public. Let's see what goodies we can get for preordering.
This is Scarlet Briar, posing here next to her massive drill ship, currently tearing a gigantic hole in the harbor outside of one of Guild Wars 2's most important cities. Somebody should probably put a stop to that.
Upcoming sci-fi MMO WildStar isn't just about carving out a corner of some twisted alien planet. It's about making that corner your own, decorating it to your tastes, and putting a bowl of ramen atop your giant hamster ball.
Tonight on Guild Wars: Scooby-Doo: The gang gets lost in Twilight Arbor while searching for the Lake of Fear. They should have picked another MMO, they won't find any Scooby Snacks here. It's still an awesome shot, made by Guild Wars 2 player Lua and her friends.
After eight years, illustrator Hyung-Tae Kim is leaving NCsoft. Earlier today, Kim confirmed the departure on his blog.
Signing up for a new subscription-based MMORPG is a big decision, especially when it's an untested brand like Carbine's colorful WildStar. MMORPG.com helpfully recorded the first 15 minutes of beta play, which just might help your decision along.
2013 seems to be a great year for China's online video game market with the release of some pretty cool online games. Deviating more and more from the standard click and grind RPG format, Chinese game companies have been pumping out interesting and visually appealing games, foreign and domestically-developed alike.