Last week Star Wars: The Old Republic announced they were teaming up with ESL, the biggest eSports group in the world to bring an all new tournament to players. This tournament, Operation Victory, has now been canceled due to an outpouring of concern from players.
Last month The Stomping Land made news as it came out that the last developer working on the troubled MMO had officially decided to end his time working with Supercrit after a long period of silence from the head developer Alex “Jig” Fundora. That last man standing was Vlad Konstantinov, a freelance character artist from Russia who specializes in dinosaurs.
World of Warcraft unveils the WoW Token, Blizzard's way to combat illegal gold selling and give players a way to spend surplus gold on something worthwhile.
MindArk has been releasing the annual report every year for almost a decade. This year is no different than years past. The real meat of the report was in regards to the future of Entropia.
HTC has announced a partnership with Valve to unleash Virtual Reality upon the world with a visually stunning trailer first previewed at Mobile World Congress.
On Feburary 28th, the community of Star Trek Online payed their respects to the late movie star by visiting the in game version of planet Vulcan.
Summoner’s Legion is a free-to-play browser based strategy and fantasy collectible game which is currently in Beta. Get your Beta Keys.
While some MMOs are simply building their MMOs around different genres, there’s another way we can be massive without going through the traditional methods that, admittedly, made MMOs popular in the first place.
Aventurine Studios published their tentative patch notes for their upcoming update for Darkfall: Unholy Wars. The new patch makes some major changes to combat, the tweaks to the combat system were largely based on player feedback.
It's a huge week for MMOs! Crowfall launched a successful Kickstarter campaign, Skyforge just entered closed beta, while The Repopulation had released its second patch in a month. We have over 90 games in our beta list right now. Which game will you be checking out?
It doesn’t seem like it, but at the end of the month Aion will be celebrating its third anniversary as a free to play game. Originally released to the west in 2009, Aion made the decision to go free on February 29th (leap year) of 2012.
This week, Bel’s Blog Bonanza highlights some of the more interesting topics currently cycling through the gaming blogosphere like the controversial Peter Molyneux interview, the hype for Crowfall, FFXIV's Patch 2.51, WoW's 6.1 update, and more.
Grab the chance to access The SKIES's Alpha! Based on the novel “The SKIES”, the multiplayer game is centered on a real-time evolving experience in which each player’s action causes a change in the world, including relationships with characters, factions and other events.
The first thing worth mentioning from the Eventbrite report is the idea that 41% of gamers would pay up to €/$49 for an eSports event with 19% willing to go as high as €/$200. When money talks, people listen. So what else did they find for future event runners?
The team at Above and Beyond technologies just keeps cranking out patches for The Repopulation. This will be the second patch.
Crowfall as of writing this is sitting pretty at $690,082 of their $800,000 goal. So with 27 days on the clock, it is of course prime time to announce stretch goals.
Players who are eager to give Skyforge a spin won’t have to wait much longer. Obsidian Entertainment and My.com have announced the game will go in to closed beta starting March 11th.
Players of Elite: Dangerous can expect some cool features for next months update. A new post on the forums Executive Producer, Michael Brookes gives us some insight on what to expect in the next release.