293 All 41 News 6 Albion Online 15 Black Desert Online 5 Blade and Soul 4 Bless Online 3 Clash of Clans 15 Elder Scrolls Online 51 EVE Online 4 Fallout 76 12 Final Fantasy XIV 7 Fortnite 17 Guild Wars 2 1 Hearthstone 11 League of Legends 2 Lineage 2 14 Lineage 2 Classic 22 Old School RuneScape 20 Path of Exile 3 RuneScape 3 1 Star Wars The Old Republic 2 Warframe 18 World of Warcraft 19 World of Warcraft Classic
After roughly three months of opening shores of Summerset Isles to adventurers with brand new expansion Summerset, guys and gals and ZeniMax Online Studios delivered another adventure packed DLC dubbed "Wolfhunter" along with new dungeons and PVP content.
World of Warcraft: Legion expansion finishes with a bang. Literally. Sargeras, the prime evil of World of Warcraft lore has been defeated by heroes of Azeroth and astral godlike creatures called Titans. In his last defiant act, the flaming space-satan stabbed our world, Azeroth, with his massive sword, wounding it and probably changing Azeroth forever, unleashing ancient, twisted, evils.
Bless Online, a high-fantasy MMORPG game that has made a lot of improvements after its two failed launches in previous years, finally it has fixed all the pressing matters and offered their new players a fine, balanced game with no performance issues.
All truth about Albion's Online existence in 2018 year. Is that truth painful or worth of proud? Just read it and make your own point of view.
MMORPG genre is in a tough spot at the moment. With World of Warcraft being the only title to sustain 5+ million paying players and failures of recent “new” titles like Albion Online or Bless Online it seems that the genre oversaturation finally led to its downfall and soon will fall into obscurity. Increasing popularity of semi-MMORPGs or other multiplayer titles that tap into the same player base and overall “growing up” of the “old guard” of MMORPGs players further deepens the problem. But there are few upcoming MMORPGs that are still hoping to reclaim the dwindling MMORPG market. Here ...
Fallout 4 gathered mixed reviews, some praised it for various innovative modules like base building others bashed it for lack of content. The announcement that next Bethesda Softworks title, Fallout 76, will be essentially a multiplayer mode that was cut-out from F4 and sold separately for the full price didn’t sit well with fans either.
Everyone who has ever played any MMO has heard of EvE Online, a massive in scale and it’s sandbox properties space simulator. Perhaps some of you have even gave it a trial run but was disappointed with harsh limitations set on “Alpha” (free-to-play) accounts. You should consider another go as December 5th update will introduce huge changes to the alpha clones.
I chose Asteros as a ship to kick off the series because it is fun to use, quite easy to skill up and can introduce new...ish players to the amazing world of space exploration. Problem with Astero is that it is a heavily specialized stealth and a hacking frigate with no real firepower outside its drones.
With the deployment of latest patch Arms Race EvE's PvP scene has changed forever. Free accounts can now fly faction ships, use T2 rigs and ammo, amount of skills at their disposal has been expanded greatly. Formerly Alpha accounts were nothing more but a space dust, now they can have a significant impact on PvP. This week we will take a look at a relatively cheap pirate faction frigate capable of dealing huge amounts of damage quickly - Worm.
Introduction of Tech 3 destroyers changed the PvP scene forever. Many claim that it has ruined balance in the "S" ship tier, rendering Assault Frigates obsolete in PvP and Svipul became the main offender. With high base speed, amazing bonuses, and versatility Minmattar Tactical Destroyer outclasses and outguns any frigate, slot layout allows for variety of different builds but today we'll have a look at a cheapest, and probably most well-known setup - Buffer Tank Svipul.