Archive for the ‘Editorials’ Category

[Community] Live Events? In My Single Player Games?

How do you feel about live events in single player games? I’m genuinely curious because I’m not quite sure how I feel about it myself. I’ve been playing a lot of Far Cry 5 and Assassin’s Creed Origins lately, and both games employ a growing trend in Ubisoft titles. I am of course referring to […]

In Plain English: An ArcheAge Lawsuit and the Fraudulent 10% Discount

(Legal Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer, and as such nothing in this column constitutes legal advice. All opinions expressed are my own and based on research into case precedent and interpretation of relevant laws and statutes, as well as discussion with the MMO Fallout legal team) It has been four long years since ArcheAge […]

[Not Massive] Radical Heights’ Unique Concept: Persistent Money

Following the commercial failure of its take on the Overwatch-style hero shooter, Boss Key Productions is coming back swinging by taking on the Battle Royale genre with Radical Heights. In production for the past five months, Radical Heights is set to go live on Steam Early Access very soon. Tomorrow even, as in April 10. […]

[Column] PUBG’s Ridiculous Ownership Claim on the Frying Pan

PUBG Corp has finally decided to pull up its britches and sue NetEase for copying Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, a move that will certainly make for some monumental court precedent. While I do have coverage coming for this 155 page complaint once I get done reading it, one bit that caught my eye was on PUBG Corp’s […]

Arenanet Talks: Guild Wars 2 Friend/Ship Campaign

Last month Arenanet held a Guild Wars 2 campaign called Friend/Ships, asking players to send in their stories of forming friendly relationships in the popular MMO. The campaign brought in tons of stories from gamers who made new friends and even some who went on to tie the knot. This week I managed to get […]

[Video] Guild Wars 2 Super Adventure Box Is Coming Back

We’re getting close to April Fool’s Day and that can only mean one thing: The Super Adventure Box is coming back to Tyria. Check out the update when it goes live and, in the meantime, enjoy this callback to the first Adventure Box release.

Let’s Talk The Future of MMO Fallout

Before we begin: MMO Fallout isn’t shutting down, I’m not going away, nobody else is taking over, I’m not selling the domain. I’m burying the lead with this note but I personally don’t like when other publications/people start with this headline and then make you read an entire article to find out if it is […]

[Guest] Best Multiplayer Browser Games

The one thing that makes you love browser games is accessibility. After all, you just open your browser, and there they are! No lengthy installation, no need to break the bank for a high-end graphics card, and you can play them wherever and whenever you want! They couldn’t be any cooler than that or, could […]

[Column] Fact Check: You Can’t Teach An Old Jack New Tricks

Who would have thought that reality, not unlike Hollywood, would start running out of ideas and reboot failures from the 90’s for the modern day audience? Grab your Nintendo 64 controllers and crack open a Mountain Dew Surge kids, we’re going back to the past to give a platform to one of Florida’s worst attorneys. […]

[Not Massive] Preview: Ion Maiden Plugs Old School Into New School

Ion Storm is the perfect level of ridiculous to be almost believable. Imagine for a moment that in 2018 I’m trying to tell you that 3D Realms is not only releasing a new game, but it is a first person shooter on the Build Engine starring a character who is essentially Duke Nukem’s lady alternate. […]

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