By: Adam Ma (@34thGingerbread) Let’s do everyone a favor and sum up the next few months of Elder Scrolls Online developer hype. The game will have exciting dungeons, multiple classes, PvP, player customization, deep combat controls, lots of lore, great graphics and an semi-expansive crafting system (also known as features available in just about every single RPG ever). Sure the fine details may be important, and … Continue reading Elder Scrolls Online’s Best Feature Needs To Be A Social One
By: Eddie Makuch The first major content update for Guild Wars 2 is rolling out today, publisher NCSoft has announced. The free Shadow of the Mad King adds a new four-act story, Halloween-themed activities, and nearly 80 new pieces of content in total. The four-chapter story begins today and runs through October 31. It details the legend of the Mad King, with players able to … Continue reading Guild Wars 2 Halloween-themed update arrives today
By: Laura Parker Guild Wars 2 developer ArenaNet has explained its account suspension policy following questions from players whose accounts were suspended since the game’s launch two days ago. Posting on Reddit, ArenaNet explained that while the number of account blocks is small (less than 0.01 percent of the total player base), it felt obligated to explain its account suspension policy to those players who … Continue reading Guild Wars dev explains game bans
By: Adam Ma (@34thGingerbread) It’s no secret that MMOs have evolved over the years into something almost beyond what was once typical gaming. From the early days of Everquest’s open world, epic, hundred person world bosses, to the slow social revolution that was brought upon by World of Warcraft, MMO gaming has become something more that’s just simply for hardcore power-gamers. Interacting within communities has … Continue reading Will The Elder Scrolls Online Signal The End Of The World of Warcraft Era?