Every Living World episode since Gates of Maguma has involved at least some expansion to the open world. New zones like Draconis Mons craft huge cavernous interiors and recent additions like Thunderhead Keep dragged us back to old frontiers. This constant expansion has proved great for Commanders at the forefront of the fight against the Edler Dragons, and I’m not immune to the rush of excitement as everyone bursts into new lands. However, as the dust settles on each new entry what is left? The White Mantle may continue to pick away at Bloodstone indefinitely but there certainly aren’t nearly as many players ready to stop them and Tequatil rises a little too often these days. Is Guild Wars 2’s ongoing expansion starting to act against the play together ethos it inspired? … [Read more...] about Guild Wars 2: Playing Together or Getting Further Apart?
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What made Stormfall: Age of War popular back then? It was probably the level of depth and layers of progression that one could achieve by both playing for free or by paying, which understandably, some players take issue with. Moreover, its 2D graphics still holds up today, even when Plarium’s newer titles are more of the 3D and highly animated variety. If you want to experience the birth of one of the best browser strategy games in the modern era of social media, then definitely check out Stormfall: Age of War. … [Read more...] about Top 5 Plarium Games Ranked: From Vikings To Throne: Kingdom At War
In EVE Online, the problem is that corporations and alliances have been conglomerating into loose mega-coalitions for years in order to match their rivals’ power. When whichever group has the larger number of players almost always wins in PvP, small tight-knit corps can’t compete and either join a larger power block or get stomped into the ground by one. Wormhole space initially offered small corps the ability to build their own little havens and was absolutely amazing to live in, but today it’s more dominated by the larger organisations that have long since found the optimum way to fight in wormhole space. EVE at least seems to be trying to address this problem with its upcoming structure revamp, which should make it possible for small groups to build a little empire together and maybe even defend it against a foe with larger numbers. But only time will tell if this trend can truly be reversed. … [Read more...] about Massively Overthinking: The death of the MMO guild
Best Upcoming MMORPG 2019 Anthem (PC/PS4/XB) Of all the MMO titles currently in early access, only EA’s Anthem has a set release date, and the game arrives for all platforms in February 2019. In Anthem, up to four players explore and battle in a dangerous, mysterious place populated by great characters and a unique BioWare story. Players will also create stories of their own while they play, so no two journeys are the same. Javelin exosuits make their pilots powerful heroes in the world, with awesome weapons and incredible special abilities that allow for combat and exploration in a hostile environment. Players will be able to customize and personalize their suits with unique paint jobs and gear so they’ll have the right tools to confront almost any situation, and look good doing it. … [Read more...] about The Best MMORPG Of 2019 And Beyond
Created by the original Aion development team at NCSOFT’s headquarters in South Korea, Aion: Legions of War is a narrative-driven RPG that exudes depth of gameplay with MMO-level complexity. As players build up their collection of heroes, they will find over a billion combinations to bring into battle across a wide range of challenges, including PvP and Guild Dungeons. All of the intense action in Aion: Legions of War is presented in standard-setting high definition 3D graphics that push the limits of what’s possible on mobile devices. … [Read more...] about NCSOFT Mobile MMORPG Aion: Legions of War Launches January 24