Your Daily MMO and MMORPG News for Tuesday June 18th. Today Kirk discusses Tom Clancy's The Division, Shaiya, Seal Online and Silkroad Online.
After the sort of launch that Final Fantasy XIV had, most developers would have thrown in the towel and let the whole thing burn to the ground. But Square Enix isn't most developers. They took a hard look at what they had released into the world, then said, "Hey, we can fix this.
It seems the Kings and Legends, the browser-based trading card MMORPG by Fire Elemental, is experiencing a bit of a growth spurt. It's growing fast enough to require the addition of a new server, at least.
PC players may have had a good experience, they may have thought the developers fulfilled their promise but I don’t care as I was waiting for the PS3 version. So imagine the excitement shared by thousands as Square Enix released a ton of closed beta keys over the weekend. I got home Sunday evening after a day with the family and was met with that such surprise in my email inbox.
One thing is sure. Money speaks to Microsoft like Doctor Dolittle speaks to animals. If they were on the fence about allowing an MMO version, the financial success of State of Decay will surely be enough to sway them in the right direction.
My MMO days trace back to my first adventure in the world of Runescape. Despite its very basic approach to the genre in terms of storytelling and graphics, it held enough depth in the game play and progression to keep me hooked for many years. Since that time I’ve become attached to a few MMO games, such as Lord of the Rings Online, Ultimate Baseball Online and Football Superstars but in recent years I’ve found my search for a new home has been met with disappointment after disappointment.
During this years E3 MMO gamers have been spoiled with exciting announcements for both the Playstation 4, Xbox One and Xbox 360. It has been confirmed that PlanetSide 2 and Elder Scrolls Online will be available for next-generation players and the award-winning World of Tanks will be heading to the Xbox 360 but are there enough interested players outside of the PC community?
Your Daily MMO and MMORPG News for Monday June 17th. Today Reina discusses Awesomenauts, Fields of War and Maple Story.
This week's episode covers new info from Fallen Earth, ArcheAge, Magic The Gathering, Final Fantasy XIV, MineCraft, and World of Tanks.
Dean Hall creator of the Arma 2 mod DayZ on his latest interview with Edge has suggested that upcoming DayZ standalone version, intended for PC and next gen consoles, might not be released on Xbox One due to publishing and patching restrictions set by Microsoft.
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Guns and Robots gets two new classic mods for fans who are not feeling murderous enough for Team Deathmatch.
MechWarrior Tactics developer Roadhouse Interactive has released an extensive new video detailing its upcoming BattleTech-inspired turn-based strategy game. Currently in the closed-beta phase of development, the footage offers insight into mech loadouts, gameplay, as well as the free-to-play title’s economy.
The month-long Guild Wars 2 event has begun, promising fireworks, dragon effigies, dodge ball, moa racing and other frivolously fun activities.
Sony Online Entertainment has officially launched the website and social media channels for their upcoming and long-awaited sandbox title Everquest: Next.
n a new roadmap confessional, Pirates of the Burning Sea devs promised solutions to long-standing localization problems.