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Good Old Reviews – PlaneScape: Torment


Editor’s Note: This was originally published at The Escapist. I had a certain level of expectation going into PlaneScape: Torment….

Pillars of Eternity’s Backer Beta Date Confirmed


Pillars of Eternity was one of the major Kickstarter successes of 2012, asking for the sum of $1.1 million, but…

Divinity: Original Sin Announces Launch Date With “Before and After” Trailer


Divinity: Original Sin has a firm launch date and a brand-new trailer showing off some of the enhancements to the…

No Two Characters Look Alike in Kingdom Come: Deliverance


The developers at Warhorse don’t just want to make a realistic medieval RPG, they want to make an innovative game….

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Billed as a “Realistic” Medieval RPG


No dragons, wizards or orcs. No demons, elves or hobbits. No wraiths, magical weapons or treasure chests sitting in deep,…

(Project) Pillars of Eternity Unveiled with Gameplay Trailer


Obsidian Entertainment’s Kickstarted homage to old-school RPGs, Project Eternity, appears to be right on track for its projected April 2014…

Gamescom 2013: Fresh Details on Dragon Age: Inquisition


Bioware didn’t make the trip to Cologne, Germany for Gamescom 2013, but the studio did send along a new developer…

Shadowrun Returns Review: A Return To The Classics


Shadowrun Returns is a return (ha!) to classic RPG style.

Indie Gems: Shadowrun Merges Magic and Technology


Shadowrun Returns brings back the old-school RPG with a puff of magic.

The Best Mods For Final Fantasy 7


Final Fantasy 7 saw recent release on Steam, so it’s time to bust out the mods.

Double E3 Preview: ArcheAge, Defiance: Castithin


It’s clear Trion wants to continue expanding in the MMO space, despite any issues. Can they succeed?

Diablo 3 To Get Better Co-Op, Identify All


Patch 1.0.8 aims to make life more bearable for those addicted to Diablo 3.

SWTOR: Rise of the Hutt Cartel Launches April 14th


The criminal underworld of Star Wars expands in April 14th

Fewer Cooldowns, Less UI Marks Elder Scrolls Online’s Combat


TESO hates cooldowns as much as you do.

Elder Scrolls Online’s Crafting Skips the Need for Recipes


TESO to create discovery-based – not grind-based – crafting system.

Elder Scrolls Online Won’t Have Companions, Player Housing


TESO won’t have the likes of Lydia or Proudspire Manor.

Elder Scrolls Online to Support Player-Made Add-Ons


TESO wants to embrace the budding UI designer in everybody.

Why MMO Economies Are Broken & 4 Ways To Repair Them


Virtual economies can teach us important lessons about real-world markets. Too bad these virtual marketplaces aren’t much fun to play with.

How Freemium Developers Get You To Pay


Developers know how to get your financial goat.

Why MMO Death Blows & 4 Ways To Make It Interesting


Want to find out more ways that the MMO genre can be improved? Check out the rest of our series…

Impire Review: Deviously Dull


Impire strives to be like Dungeon Keeper, but falls short of true evil.

MOBA Games 201: Beginner’s Guide to League of Legends


Become a legend of your own. Gradually, of course.

World of Warcraft On Sale… in the Middle of February?


Blizzard slashes World of Warcraft prices in half.

Why MMO Guilds Are Useless & 5 Ways to Improve Them


Guilds need to make their presence felt.

Journal of a Pilot: Week 1 of EVE Online


The journey of a newbie in the final frontier.

Why MMO Dungeons Are Irrelevant & 5 Ways to Change Them


MMO dungeon crawls aren’t quite as engaging as the ones you go through with pen and paper.

Wizardry Online Impressions: No Magic, Just Disappointment


Grind your cares away in an anime-inspired world. Just don’t expect to be inspired yourself.

SMITE Unveils Vulcan, Hammer Of The Gods


Time to blacksmith, coppersmith, and smith in general.

Wizardry Online Launches Today


Wizards are too magical to require computers.

Massive EVE Online Battle Starts Over A Misclick


Not many errant misclicks result in $30k worth of losses.

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