MMORPG Editorials

By Darren Henderson (DizzyPW) And Jason Parker (Ragachak)   I’ll not bore waxing poetic about how much fun I’ve had so far. Instead, I’m going to try and get right down to the nitty gritty. Actually, one of the games I’m covering today is the Xbox One version of SMITE, but I actually got to that on Day One. There were simply so many things happening on Day One and Two that it is impossible to cover everything I’ve seen. Big things are happening at PAX and it is...
PAX East 2015 Day 1 Recap By Darren Henderson (DizzyPW) and Jason Parker (Ragachak)   Day one at Pax East was a success! There was so much to see and do that it was virtual sensory overload. All of the companies I met with were amazing, and I saw some of the best and most creative cosplayers I think I’ve ever seen! There were so many incredible people that I met and hope to see again that I do not think it would do them justice to cram their names in in. Alas, I did not make it to the...

PAX East 2015: 10 Reasons To Be Hyped

Posted by Ragachak On March - 5 - 2015
By Jason Parker (Ragachak)   PAX East is my first time visiting one of these expos as a member of the press, and the level of excitement I am feeling will only be paralleled by the level of exhaustion I will feel by Sunday’s end. Despite being a reader of Penny Arcade since its inception, I have yet to attend one of these mysterious events. But what am I excited for? Lots of booths and an empty wallet of course! There are personal little things I’m really excited for, but as far...

Rise of Incarnates Review

Posted by Mikedot On March - 5 - 2015
By Michael Sagoe (mikedot) Forged by the efforts between the Soul Caibur and Tekken development teams, Bandai Namco has recently released their newest “fighting game” title called Rise of Incarnates onto Steam’s Early Access program. This offers up a 2 vs. 2 battle system where players form up unique team compositions against their opponents as they dash, fly and bash each other across a war torn battlefield. Now, the reason why I put the words fighting game in quotations is because from the...

A Druid’s Duel Steam Launch Review

Posted by ApocaRUFF On March - 4 - 2015
By Jordan Hall (ApocaRUFF)     Introduction A Druid’s Duel is a turn-based strategy game and bills itself as taking place in a whimsical world of Celtic lore. It is developed by Thoughtshelter Games, a small indie team based out of Minneapolis. Gameplay is fast-paced, easy to learn, and hard to master. Despite all that, the game is designed with casual and lighthearted gameplay in mind. Back in April of 2014, A Druid’s Duel received $7,700 in funding from a Kickstarter campaign...

Dragon Ball Xenoverse PC Review

Posted by Proxzor On March - 3 - 2015
By Remko Molenaar (Proxzor)   This past weekend I had a blast from the past, and not because I went back in time, well I did in a way, both figuratively and literally, since I bought into the new Dragon Ball Xenoverse game. This game not only allows you to relive the greatest moments of the anime series, it rewrites the story to include you as a pivotal time warping character out to set things right with the universe, the same way Trunks did by bringing Goku heart medication in the Red Ribbon...

Nosgoth Beta Review

Posted by Abubakr Mohammad On March - 2 - 2015
By Mohammad Abubakr Nosgoth is a free-to-play competitive, team-based Humans vs. Vampire first person shooter by Psyonix and Square Enix. Though its hard to categorize into any particular genre, the Nosgoth is probably best described as a third person shooter, just with a much heavier emphasis on melee clashes with most ranged weapons offering limited effective range. This plays into its overall theme of medieval humans versus less technologically advanced but much faster and stronger vampires duking...

Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires Playstation 4 Review

Posted by Ragachak On February - 26 - 2015
By Jason Parker (Ragachak), Console Writer   Thinking Wei Outside of the Box I was thrilled to see another Empires title; I realize I’m probably in the minority there though! I actually did not start playing the Dynasty Warriors series (despite my love of the era, and the Romance of the Three Kingdoms series) until 4: XL. In some ways, I enjoy the Empires expansions even more, because it’s not all historically accurate. There are lots of ways to influence the flow and pace of the game,...

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