Tag Archive: MMO

Sep 26 2014

NEWS: Players can now Undelete Characters in World of Warcraft.


Life is full of regrets. Burning the picture of Lee or Kenny, Saving the Geth or the Quarian, these are all hard choices that gamers face on a day-to-day basis. Blizzard have now made this world a little less stressful with the option to resurrect previously deleted characters. The pre-Warlords of Draenor patch will allow …

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Apr 09 2013

Failquest: MMO’s That Fell On Their Face

While no game has beaten WoW in the single combat that is the MMO marketplace, some games didn’t even make it to the arena.

Apr 23 2012

Review of Xenoblade Chronicles

Apparently we’re going to do the JRPG and puns thing again, makes me want to Xen out with some green tea.

Mar 06 2011

Ikariam: Get Your Greek On!

Released in February of 2008, Ikariam is an intriguing game developed by Gameforge. I recently started playing the game expecting some cheap imitation of Sid Meier’s Civilization, but I ended up discovering so much more. Ikariam is a browser-based massively multiplayer online game. The game has you take on the role of a classical Greek empire …

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Feb 20 2011

Vindictus Gets Its Biggest Update Yet


Over the winter break, I wrote an articles about how I had fallen in love with the hack and slash MMORPG Vindictus. I enjoyed how the game was both free to play and how it made amazing use of the source engine. Sure, the game was free, but it had equal polish to a lot …

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Feb 07 2011

Could Gaming Provide Real Life EXP?

Gaming makes your life better!

Dec 16 2010

Vindictus: The F2P MMO that you probably haven’t heard of

Find out why this Source engine MMO might be the best gift you give yourself.

Jul 05 2010

Excuse me my Pip-boy is ringing: word is heard from Interplay on the Fallout MMO