You know what I love about massively multiplayer online role-playing games? Losing myself in the fiction of a fantasy world. You know what completely ruins that feeling? The MMORPG equivalent of licensed Happy Meal toys.
Last year, Kotaku showed images of a Bitcoin mining operation in Hong Kong. It was fancy! However, these recent photos of a Bitcoin mine in northeast China are anything but.
In China, there's a contest for online game Tera. According to the game's official site, "a thousand beautiful women" install the game on gamers' computers. Not at once, mind you.
True story—during my time playing En Masse Entertainment's MMO Tera, my guild and I were attempting to recreate the trailer for the film 300 in-game for some silly reason. When it came time to capture video for the Oracle scene, we went with a series of sultry and mildly demonic Castanic females dancing by a fountain…
Halloween is still a week from today, so you'll have to wait until next Wednesday if you want to go trick-or-treating in the real world. (Or at least, if you want to do it without getting the cops called.)
But if you'd like to dash around a virtual world in costume, gathering treats and performing tricks, you're in…
With August 22nd's Argon Queen update for Tera I'll finally be able to focus my adorable rage on other players without having to deal with that silly party fight system thing they were using. Hooray for battlegrounds!
The Argon Queen update for En Masse Entertainment's action-packed massively multiplayer online role-playing game Tera drops next month in North America, bringing with it player-versus-player battlegrounds, a 10-man raid, new skills and a nagging reminder that I should probably log into the game sometime this month.
If you're a fan of Tera, the new MMO on the block, you might want to take a look at this gallery, because it features the work of Kim Hyeong Seung, a concept artist who has worked on the game.
New MMO Tera isn't just notable for its lavish visuals, it's also trying something new with its endgame. Those getting to the pointy end of the game can be elected as a member of the "Vanarch", Tera's in-game parliament.
Now that my review of En Masse Entertainment's slightly game-changing MMO Tera is in the can, you might find yourself wanting to give the game a try. And like magic, Tera is now offering a seven day free trial. What can you do in seven days?
The latest big-name Korean import to hit the North American massively-multiplayer online role-playing scene, Tera does little to differentiate itself from countless other fantasy MMO titles we've been slowly growing bored with over the past decade.
It's the final week of my coverage of En Masse Entertainment's massively multiplayer fantasy role-playing game Tera. Normally at this point I would be sick to death of playing and eager to reclaim my free time. Instead, I find myself more invested in the game than ever before.
The plan was to spend a series of four consecutive weeks playing En Masse Entertainment's massively multiplayer online fantasy role-playing game Tera, reporting back every Wednesday leading up to the final review. Then all hell broke loose.
Having spent a couple of weeks in the exiled world of Arborea in the delicate boots of a pretty pink Sorcerer, for my second MMO log I decided to take the long, strange trip to mid-level madness in something a little more sturdy.
Since En Masse Entertainment's massively multiplayer fantasy role-playing game Tera officially launched last week I've taken nearly a hundred screenshots.
From the disappointment over The Elder Scrolls Online to the steep decline in subscriber numbers for Star Wars: Old Republic, one thing is becoming increasingly clear: the time of the traditional MMO is drawing to an end.
Late Sunday night I joined a party of level 37 and higher Tera players to take on Cultists' Refuge, one of the challenging dungeons in En Masse Entertainment's newly launched massively-multiplayer online role-playing game. That's where I met Bhaozurbas, my new best friend.