Archive for the ‘Editorials’ Category

MMOrning Shots: Stand And Look Fancy

Today’s MMOrning Shot comes to us from Final Fantasy XIV, showcasing some fancy looking armor. FFXIV’s first expansion, Heavensward, is set to introduce a ton of new content including flying mounts, new beasts, the new Dark Knight job, with further information coming down the line. Producer Naoki Yoshida has promised more information about further classes are […]

MMOrning Shots: Location, Location, Location

Today’s MMOrning Shot comes to us from TERA, showing off the game’s first expansion Fate of Arun. Check out MMOrning Shots almost every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Diaries From The Old Republice: Fly Me To Coruscant

Let’s get one thing out of the way: I haven’t played The Old Republic in a very, very long time. Before strongholds, before legacy, before achievements, before just about any of that stuff. I think I might have logged in once or twice after the game went free to play, but aside from that all […]

[Editorial] Gem Store Update Poorly Introduced, Response Even Worse

The latest gem store update to Guild Wars 2 has had players up in arms, and it’s hard not to sympathize with their position. Previously, buying and selling gems was a process that involved deciding how much you wanted to buy/sell, setting an asking price, and waiting until your order was filled. If you wanted […]

MMOrning Shots: Heavensward Bound

Today’s MMOrning Shot comes to us from Final Fantasy XIV, showcasing the upcoming expansion Heavensward. Set for release in Spring 2015, Heavensward introduces a new race, new classes, a new level cap, and more. Check out MMOrning Shots every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Less Massive: Afterfall Insanity Is Free, And Still Costs Too Much

If you follow MMO Fallout on Twitter, or even if you don’t and simply catch my tweets on the sidebar of this website, you might have followed a link yesterday to redeem a free copy of Afterfall Insanity. Well, after putting about six hours into the game, I can honestly say that I got out of […]

Xsyon Improves Free to Play Trial

Xsyon is a free to play sandbox MMO which features an extensive terraforming and construction system, but up until now you had to be a paying subscriber to truly make an impact on the world. In the latest update, Notorious Games has opened up homesteads to free players, allowing them to build and shape to […]

Diaries From ArcheAge: Why I’ve Left

I love ArcheAge, really. When Bioware announced a massive experience boost for The Old Republic in preparation for the launch of the next expansion, I had to make a choice: Continue subscribing to and writing Diaries From ArcheAge articles, or allow my subscription to lapse that very day and move over to The Old Republic […]

MMOrning Shots: Listen Close, Children

Today’s MMOrning Shot comes to us from World of Warcraft. The guy with the purple staff is giving a history lesson on the days before WoW had a streamlined auto-patching tool, and the process of installing the game from start to finish was often a ten hour job. Laboriously install MMOrning Shots every Monday, Wednesday, […]

MMOrning Shots: Signs From Above

Today’s MMOrning Shot comes to us from Line of Defense, where there appears to be a war going on in the stars. A star war, if you catch my drift. What I’m saying is that those clouds look like a Star Destroyer in battle with a rebel ship, which is either unintentional, a well placed […]