Archive for the ‘Editorials’ Category

Crowdfunding Fraudsters: Jeremy Soule and The Northerners, a Five Year Ballad

Fraudster: 2a:  a person who is not what he or she pretends to be :impostor; Today’s Crowdfunding Fraudsters sucks, and not because of the content but the subject itself. I’ll be the first to admit that I had, and despite this piece, still have a lot of admiration for Jeremy Soule and the career and artistic […]

Snapshots: Dance All Over Your Enemies

Today’s Snapshot comes to us from Guild Wars 2, where players can get their hands on the First Follower Desmina Outfit. The outfit joins the cash shop along with the Choya finisher, and the return of the Heroes Dye Pack, Snowflake Glider, and Mini Festive Aurene with more items returning throughout the week. You can […]

PSA: Get Two Free Ubisoft Games In December

In case you just weren’t getting enough free games on PC, Ubisoft has come out with two titles to pad your playlist. From now through December 18, you’ll be able to pick up two Ubisoft titles if you happen to be in the right place at the right time, and if the price is right. […]

Community: How To [Not] Play Battlefront II

This may not be particularly surprising, but poking fun at Battlefront II is what all the cool kids are doing this week. The news this week is picking up on a story regarding Battlefront II and its AFK (AFC if you’re on Xbox/Playstation) problem, notably surrounding the cause of this shall-we-call-it player behavior anomaly. Polygon […]

Chaturday: Destiny 2 XP Change Tastes Like Someone Got Caught Red Handed

For today’s Chaturday, I want to talk about Destiny 2 and Bungie, more specifically a recent announcement regarding experience gains and how the game has been effectively lying to players since launch. For those of you not in the know, we learned this week that Destiny 2 has been effectively lying about experience gains and […]

[Community] How Gazillion Entertainment Can Salvage Itself Post-Marvel

Marvel Heroes is dead, and potentially so it Gazillion Entertainment assuming they don’t have the resources to get another game up and running before they declare bankruptcy. With Marvel’s ARPG gone and another game possibly coming down the line, I want to put my money where my mouth is and offer up a few tips […]

Beta Perspective: Wild Buster Is The Final Fantasy XIII of Diablo Clones

I’m having quite a bit of fun with Wild Buster, the latest MMOARPG to hit beta, but the game is rather one dimensional and I have a feeling that’s going to hurt its potential. If you haven’t heard of Wild Buster, this is the Diablo-style game that has hinged some of its marketing on the […]

[Column] Lawbreakers Free Weekend: Hook, Line, and Nobody Bought It

I didn’t play Lawbreakers this weekend. I did the last free weekend, and at some point on Friday had the intention of downloading it again to play for the weekend and, considering the $15 price tag, perhaps finally buy it. But something stopped me from even bothering to download the client for free, investing little […]

[Community] The Sense of Accomplishment, or Buy Our Freakin Lockboxes

Electronic Arts may have won the award for most disliked and tone deaf comment on Reddit in the history of the platform. Those of you who follow Battlefront II are likely aware of the criticisms that the game has received in regards to its progression system, namely complaints that it shamelessly gates power behind random […]

2017’s Predictions Revisited: How Did We Do?

It’s that time of year, folks, where MMO Fallout looks back on our predictions for this year in order to hand ammunition to the very people who regularly remind me that I have no idea what I’m talking about. This year I did pretty well, out of 30 mostly serious predictions I would say that […]

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