2. Vampyr Plagues and infections seem to be a common theme in our list, but trust us, it’s for good reason. Another game taking advantage of the flu epidemic is Vampyr. You play as – yes you guessed it – a vampire, who’s also a doctor. Alas, your predicament puts you in a twist in this beautiful RPG style open world game with awesome graphics for an indie game. The cool factor here is being able to feed on the blood of your victims, who happen to be just about any NPC you come across in the world, so choices matter. Out spring 2018, Vampyr may be just the game to cure your blood lust itch. … [Read more...] about Top 5 Indie Games Of 2018 So Far
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#5 MU Ignition Save the world of Mu from a new threat in MU Ignition, a browser-based MMORPG. Choose to be a Dark Knight, Dark Wizard, or an Angel, each with their own skill trees. Complete quests and defeat enemies to level up and distribute stat points to build your character to match your playstyle. Synthesize and enhance armor and weapons found as loot. Tackle various dungeons in parties of up to four which automatically adjust to the party’s overall level. Participate in PvP at the Chaos Castle as an individual and join a guild to partake in team-based battles. Acquire a mount to move faster in the game world and get pets that will guard and protect your main character. … [Read more...] about The Best Browser Strategy Games You’ll Want To Play In 2019
3. Diablo 3 The Diablo franchise what wet dreams are to ARPG enthusiasts. If you’re unfamiliar with Diablo, where have you been all these years? Diablo 3 – similar to Starcraft II – was a modern re-imagining of what a beloved franchise title would look like in the modern age. The game features you controlling a hero from an isometric view, clicking to move, attack and collect all that shiny loot that spills onto the ground. It’s so satisfying. As far as hack and slash games go, Diablo 3 is right up there with the very best. … [Read more...] about Top 5: What Are Blizzard’s Greatest Games Ever?
Age of Conan, by the way, gets a note for its Saga of Zath progression server that ran throughout winter and spring; the studio says it was “successful in engaging players and increasing revenue.” Little ink is spilled over Secret World Legends beyond a note about Dawn of the Morninglight and a promise for “more content and events […] going forward.” Anarchy Online is not mentioned. … [Read more...] about Funcom Q1 2018 financials: Conan Exiles will be the studio’s ‘bestselling game of all time’
As developers were laid off left and right, Auran threw a desperate Hail Mary to keep the game afloat. In December 2007 it attempted to switch the game over to the then-new free-to-play model. This model would, of course, go on to be very successful with titles like Dungeons and Dragons Online, but it failed to help Fury gain the critical mass it needed to sustain its income and development. … [Read more...] about The Game Archaeologist: Fury