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[Video] Gamigo Announces ArcheAge Unchained

What happens when you have a game like ArcheAge? Start anew, at least that’s the plan that Gamigo seems to be taking with today’s announcement of ArcheAge: Unchained. Your feedback over the years encouraged us to provide a different game experience for you, our community. ArcheAge: Unchained is a new way to play the game […]

Rant: The Industry Makes Its Contempt For Consumers Public Once Again

I have to be honest with you folks: The AAA gaming industry has become such a contemptuous ball of greasy slime that I frankly no longer find it believable when companies do shady things and chalk it all up to human error. I’ve spent the better part of the last six years shouting to the […]

[Not Massive] It’s Time For More Interesting Steam Games

Get that toilet out, it’s time for more Steam releases. What can I say about this week’s Steam releases other than to say it might be the worst week I have seen in a long time. Over 250 releases of which nine might be worth looking into. If you’re a fan of hentai puzzle sliders […]

Nexon Talks: The Story of MapleStory

This week I got the opportunity to chat with a couple of the folks behind MapleStory, a game that you may have seen a fair amount of coverage here in recent months. Yes, this game that launched in 2003 is still going very strong, with major content updates coming out on a rather impressive schedule. […]

Wasting Time: The Designers Curse: Chapter One

Today I played The Designers Curse: Chapter One. The game is available for free on Steam and it’ll clock in around thirty minutes of gameplay before you’re out and done. The game is meant to be the first chapter in a story line that will be roughly a buck for further chapters with each clocking […]

Bad Press: Witness One Angry Gamer Content Manager’s Racist Meltdown (Language Warning)

Today’s Bad Press article is less of an article and more of an image gallery. It comes to us from One Angry Gamer, specifically content manager William Usher (BillyD) having an absolute emotional breakdown over people criticizing the game Star Citizen, of which Billy has personally invested a substantial amount of money for a video […]

[Not Massive] Another Week Of Interesting Steam Releases

It’s that time again. This past week saw roughly 250 new games listed to the Steam store, and odds are a large portion of them are absolute trash. Actually, I can confirm that most of them look like absolute trash considering that out of those that actually came out, I could only find maybe sixteen […]

IPE Update: Trion Worlds Lawsuit Coming To A Close As Parties Agree On Settlement

(Update 8/10/19: Included some background information on the case for those who might not be as familiar) It’s finally over, folks. After nearly four years in court, the Trion Worlds lawsuit may finally be reaching its final days. Earlier this month in the superior court of San Mateo, California, dockets have been submitted to the […]

IPE Update: A List Of Companies Subpoena’d By Twitch

It’s time to talk about Twitch again, and that means the Twitch v. John Doe lawsuit. When last we left our heroes, Twitch had filed suit in the Northern District of California against one hundred John Doe defendants for federal trademark infringement, breach of contract, trespass to chattels, and fraud. The lawsuit targeted the antics […]

[Collab] Talion Guide To Enhancing Items

We’re doing something a little different here at MMO Fallout today, and publishing a guide for the mobile MMORPG Talion. Talion is a title that I myself have played a fair amount of, and in my discussion with the folks over at Talion we agreed that the game can be rather complicated for newer players. […]

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