It's always fascinating to have someone rip off the curtain so that us normal gamers can get a peek of what goes on behind the scenes at our favorite mmo games.
There's just something so satisfying when you beat other players into the ground during PvP matches.
Things are getting darker and more dastardly in Elder Scrolls Online.
It's an unexpected, but incredibly welcomed sight to see such an old studio pushing for new things.
Get ready to be pricked at PAX East -- and we're talking about the painfully pleasurable kind -- as the Guild Wars 2 team showcases their first expansion, Heart of Thorns.
They say with age comes wisdom -- an adage that InnoGames is banking on when it asks veteran players to guide newbies into the mmorpg kingdom of Tribal Wars.
Path of Exile has joined the bandwagon with their epic, four-pice digital comic book run.
H1Z1 churns out another insightful video that shows how the game development is going so far, and this week we're treated to the motion capture process that the MMO studio Daybreak is using to make hero movements look realistic.
Hats off to the David Braben! The influential and pioneering game developer and computing advocate will be presented by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) with the Fellowship at the British Academy Games Awards ceremony on March 12.
More changes to World of Warcraft.
Undeterred by their previous failed attempts, Jagex is taking another stab at releasing a new MMO.
Are you ready for the first-ever competitive tournament in Might & Magic Heroes Online? The gladiators sure are and they are salivating at the prospects of battling it out in the maiden Might & Magic Heroes Online Champions of Ashan PvP tournament.