Archive for the ‘Editorials’ Category

[Not Massive] Titanfall 2 Trial Coming Soon

Titanfall 2 is a fantastic shooter whose success has been hampered thanks to the poorly timed launch between Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. To bring more eyes to the game, Electronic Arts will be releasing a trial for PC and Xbox EA Origin/Access players on November 30th with the trial rolled out […]

RuneScape Reveals 2017 Premiere Club Benefits

We are nearing the end of November and that means it’s time to top up for next year’s Premiere Club membership in RuneScape. Available in three monnth, six month, and annual packages (prices above), Premiere membership offers a number of exclusive items and perks. The main draw, as usual, is the aura. Included in this […]

Doctor Strange is The Latest Update For Marvel Heroes

Marvel Heroes tends to excel even among some of the bigger MMOs out there thanks to its tendency to constantly update and upgrade itself. This September we wrote about its biggest system update ever, which effectively constituted a total overhaul of the game. As with other branches of the Marvel entertainment empire, the folks behind […]

Holiday Buyer’s Guide Part 1: 2016 Games For Retro Gamers

2016 feels like it was all about nostalgia, be it in film, in life, and even in video games. With that in mind, I’ve compiled a list of games that retro gamers should enjoy. The NES Classic goes without saying, but since you have better chances of being struck by lightning than finding one in […]

[Video] Conan Exiles Trailer

The latest trailer for Conan Exiles has released, showcasing environmental destruction, combat, slavery, dismemberment, and a giant colossus punching a giant snake in the face. Developed by Funcom, Conan Exiles is set for launch on Steam Early Access in January 2017 and on Xbox Preview in Spring 2017, Conan Exiles is a survival sandbox game. […]

Check Out Gigantic’s Latest Video

Developed by Motiga and published by Perfect World Entertainment, Gigantic is an upcoming MOBA, currently in beta, and looking for new players. The guys at Motiga have put together a teaser video about the game’s rough development cycle, which you can watch below after reading up about the game. For more information about the game, […]

Abandonware Asteroids: Outpost Yanked From Steam

Asteroids: Outpost was the subject of an Early Access Fraudster article back in March, I pointed out that the game had been abandoned by its developer (Salty Games) with no comment by its publisher (Atari, yes that Atari). As an online only game, the fact that the Asteroids servers had evidently been offline since November (as […]

Perfect World Entertainment Claims Lockboxes Preview As Bug

Perfect World Entertainment has dug itself into a controversy this week as the company made the announcement that loot previews are being removed from lockboxes. According to a post on the main website, although this feature has been in the game for a long time, it is evidently a bug. As such, the “bug” is […]

Keeping Fans Happy is Crucial for Multiplayer Games

Multiplayer has steadily become the rule, as opposed the exception, when it comes to modern gaming. In our super-connected age, solo experiences alone simply don’t offer enough to keep players interested. There’s no question that adding real people to the fray offers a degree of chaos that can’t be replicated by AI and helps to […]

Rant: The Miserable Experience of Paladins

I’m writing this while viewing my profile page on Paladins, the latest title by Hi-Rez Studios and something of a cross between a MOBA and modern day Team Fortress 2. It’s a pretty simple concept, one that has been in beta for the better part of the last year. Two teams fight over control of […]