Posts Tagged ‘MMORPG’
Crowfall, a proposed MMO in development looking to offer a twist on the standard formula, has had a countdown ticking away on its website for several weeks. Speculation was rife of what it was counting down to, but on reaching ...
Perfect World Entertainment have today announced some further details of Neverwinter‘s forthcoming Elemental Evil expansion. As well as a new class and raised level cap, we are also going to be re-introduced to the man-an...
Skyforge, the MMORPG by Allods Team and Oblivion Entertainment, is currently in closed beta – Games Fiends briefly got hands on with an early build a few weeks ago, and testing is continuing. And if you want a chance to join in...
Shards Online seeks to offer players a universe of fragmented worlds, each varying from the others in layout, environment, and even rules governing what is and isn’t possible. And the means of doing this is either the sim...
Skyforge, the upcoming MMORPG from the team behind Allods Online, doesn’t aim low – your character’s journey only starts by attaining godhood. Games Fiends got hands on with the early version of the game to find out...
ArchLord 2 went into open beta last week - bringing with it a lot of grinding. A LOT. But at present PvP quickly descends into chaotic mashing, and the costs for crafting and modification need to be balanced better to income at...
Rift, the well-received MMORPG released two years ago by Trion Worlds, has until now been running via a traditional subscription model. This is to change next month however, as Trion Worlds have announced that as of June 12th t...
Bethesda Softworks announced today that people can sign up to their closed beta for the hugely anticipated Elder Scrolls Online. The moment you have been eagerly awaiting is finally here! Now is the time for future members of t...
I certainly felt compelled to revisit the world of Arcane Legends again and again before reaching the end. To this extent the title serves not only as a worthwhile time killer, but also an enjoyable slice of MMO on the go gamin...
Shadow Of The Game starts off strongly, and carried me along with its infectious depiction of MMO gameplay before tearing down the walls to reveal a stumbling and stuttering plot and tone that jars heavily to anyone who isn't p...
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