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[​IMG] Grumpy over Diablo Immortal and Diablo III? Path of Exile not your cup of tea? Maybe give Pagan Online a peek for your clicking fix. Developed by Mad Head Games and Wargaming, it’s an “intense action RPG” wih a “pre-Christian mythology” setting and MOBA inspirations, slated for a PC launch next year. “The game is […] Continue reading...
AKRacing is one of the most well respected names in the gaming chair business. When they reached out to see if we'd take a look at their entry in their highest-end Premium line, we had to accept. Today, we're reviewing the AKRacing Premium Gaming Chair in Camouflage. It's always hunting season somewhere - why not have a gaming chair to match? [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Continue reading...
[​IMG] So here’s a thing that did not exactly make my list of favorite trends this year: MMOs transparently courting the battle royale market with sidegames. However, when they keep it “massive,” I mind it a whole lot less, and that’s exactly what Mortal Online developer Star Vault is up to with Mortal Royale, which hits […] Continue reading...
Wargaming and Mad Head Games have released the first gameplay trailer for the upcoming "action RPG MMO" Pagan Online. Fans of ARPGs will find themselves right at home watching the game in action, including the UI, item drops, execution of skills and much more. Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments! [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Continue reading...
[​IMG] We don’t give out a formal end-of-the-year award for MMO graphics at Massively OP. It’d be almost impossible to come to a consensus. As we wrote a few years back, “Where some people aren’t satisfied until games are hyperrealistic, others require fanciful and dreamlike artistic rendering and still others can look at a cutesy retro […] Continue reading...
After last week's Ship of Heroes log in event, the company's CEO Casey McGeever has deemed it a success. Most notably, the FPS remained high and, as the primary goal of the event, developers are pleased with the result. Backers "showed up and seemed to have a good time". Players were decked out in a variety of costumes that "looked good" and developers received compliments. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Continue reading...
According to a site called Game Watcher, it's possible that Bethesda is in violation of the European Union's "General Data Protection Regulation", or GDPR. When creating a new account, the option is presented to see Zenimax ads on other websites. The default response is "yes" which authorizes the sharing of personal data. According to a now-removed Reddit post, there is no way to toggle the answer to "no" until after account creation and that it is difficult to find it buried in several menus. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Continue reading...
The Obsidian site has been updated with a brief post from the Outer Worlds team to answer a burning question that devs have been fielding everywhere: Will this upcoming game feature any lootboxes or other microtransactions"? The short answer is simply, "No." The longer answer is, "No microtransactions, of any kind, in our game." That should set a lot of minds at ease. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Continue reading...
Last week, World of Warcraft Game Director Ion Hazzikostas took part in a live Q&A where he answered a number of questions across a wide array of topics including the much-discussed Azerite armor system. In one of the more positive takeaways from the Q&A, Hazzikostas said that items that drop after the Battle of Dazar'alor raid will come with all traits unlocked automatically -- no more getting a piece of armor with traits that are unavailable until the Heart of Azeroth levels up enough. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Continue reading...
[​IMG] Oh, you might have thought the news would slow down ahead of the holidays, but we are just getting started, clearly. This week, Daybreak announced PlanetSide Arena officially, Star Wars The Old Republic launched Jedi Under Siege, EverQuest launched The Burning Lands, Elite Dangerous launched Beyond Chapter Four, and Wildcard delayed Atlas a pinch. Meanwhile, […] Continue reading...