MMO

Via: Identity
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Check out Asylum Entertainment's newly announced Identity, a modern-day MMORPG seeking funding on Kickstarter. If you're interested, learn more here.

WoW,news,blizzard,MMO,Video Game Coverage
By Unknown
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

You already get one level 90 boost if you buy the Warlords of Draenor expansion, but in order to allow players to level more than one character without buying multiple copies of the expansion, Blizzard is selling the boost separately at the same $60 price tag. Why $60? According to designer Ion Hazzikostas:

If our goal here was to sell as many boosts as possible, we could halve the price or more than that - make it $10 or something. And then hardly anyone would ever level a character again.

But levelling is something that takes dozens if not over 100 hours in many cases and people have put serious time and effort into that, and we don't want to diminish that.
guild wars 2,expansion,MMO,Video Game Coverage
Via: grainnn
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

Best case scenario: "Heart of Thorns" is the title of an upcoming Guild Wars 2 expansion to be announced next week at PAX South.

Worst case scenario: "Heart of Thorns" is the name of the next season of the living world content for Guild Wars 2.

Either way, something is coming.  Guild Wars 2's publisher, NCSOFT, has registered a new trademark for the name "Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns" with the accompanying logo above.  ArenaNet has a panel scheduled at PAX South that promises a sneak peek at what's next for the game.  If you're a fan, it's time to board the hype train.

Via: Bethesda Softworks
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

ESO has dropped its subscription fee for PC and Mac as of today.  Xbox One and PS4 will join the subscription free fray on June 9.  The game will still require an initial purchase to play, which is currently priced at $59.99.

Via: Sovereign
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

If you're not familiar with Second Life, it's a online "virtual world" that dates back to 2003, and though it is massively multiplayer, it does not have any objectives.  It's more or less a 3D chat and roleplay client, but a group of users have done something incredible within it; they've made a Cyberpunk MMO called Remnants of Earth:

[Remnants of Earth has a] heavy basis around classic pen and paper RPGs elements, like; dice rolling, stats, monster fighting, story driven events, MMO-like adventuring, and gathering. RoE is the first second life pen and paper table top game in SL, while still keeping the core features of any other roleplay sim. Players can interact with NPCs and other players to accomplish goals, and even engage in heated PvP faction wars. We even have a full crafting and mining system! Think of RoE as a fully functioning table top game in SL, like Dungeons and Dragons, or ShadowRun.


Check out the trailer for it above.  

Back to Top