MMORPG Editorials

Endless Legend Review

Posted by ApocaRUFF On September - 26 - 2014
By Jordan Hall (ApocaRUFF)     Introduction Endless Legend is another 4X strategy game brought to us by the same people that created the sci-fi 4X known as Endless Space. Of course, that team is APLITUDE Studios. Often described as similar to the Civilization series of games, the Endless series has some similar elements – city creation and development, armies and war, resource management, political chess, and so on. Back in July of this year, I was given the chance to write a Beta Impressions...

Fight The Dragon Early Access Preview

Posted by ApocaRUFF On September - 25 - 2014
By Jordan Hall (ApocaRUFF)     Fight The Dragon is a new Hack’n Slash RPG adventure game brought to us by 3 Sprockets. It has a focus on co-op play and community created content. The game comes with the Adventure Construction Kit which is stock full of features to help you create your own adventures to play or share. The game takes its name from its “ultimate boss,” the dragon, which comes with a whopping one-million HP that you will need to hack away at over time with...

Grimoire Alpha Press Preview

Posted by Ragachak On September - 25 - 2014
By Jason Parker (Ragachak)   Action, Excitement, Fireballs: Grimoire is an intriguing FPS title. Though it is still in the Alpha Stage of development and there is much to do still, I was fortunate enough this weekend to play several matches with the developers to see what they have created so far and what to look forward to from this title. Grimoire is a first person shooter with wizards! As someone who occasionally delves into the FPS genre (moreso lately than ever) I was curious to see what...

Star Wars: Commander Review

Posted by Ojogo On September - 24 - 2014
By Ojogo   Star Wars: Commander, Clash of Clans, Star Wars Style With the filming of the latest addition to the Star Wars franchise in high-gear, it’s pretty much expected that Star Wars titles will come out alongside the production. So it’s no surprise that LucasArts has released the latest Star Wars title with Star Wars: Commander, a mobile game for the iOS, Android, and just about every other mobile device you would expect a game to show up on.   Gameplay Star Wars: Commander puts...

Spacecom Launch Review

Posted by DizzyPW On September - 24 - 2014
By Glenn Rodgers (Vagrant), Guest Writer In the sea of real time strategy games, Spacecom branches itself from the rest by sticking to one theme, depth with simplicity. Spacecom’s lonely atmospheric indie galaxy experience offers more than what most would come to expect in a 2-dimensional strategy game. 11 bit studios and Flow Combine’s Spacecom is an absolute example of a great game not being reliant on great graphics. Behind its simple user interface hides a system of mechanical strategic...

Knights N Squires Review

Posted by Ojogo On September - 23 - 2014
By Ojogo I have little faith and lesser expectations when something is marketed as revolutionizing a genre, particularly if its from an app developer that’s not that well-known. Plus, it’s also classified as an RPG.   Usually, unless the game itself needs to be paid for, it doesn’t even begin to satisfy as an RPG. Free-to-play “RPGs” tend to only feature various usable units for play with varying stats to give the impression of a field and variation, but have little to offer in terms...

Dawn of the Immortals Launch Review

Posted by Ojogo On September - 23 - 2014
By Ojogo   Yet another typical MMO with Dawn of Immortals If you’re in the mood for some generic, glitchy MMO gaming for your mobile devices, have we got the title for you. The name of the game is Dawn of the Immortals, and like all titles that try to sound epically cheesy or cheesily epic, it comes off as a lackluster clone of something that was famous then, but failed to replicate its success.   In this case, it’s a copy of the many browser-based MMO games porting over from China...

Brave Frontier Mobile Review

Posted by Ojogo On September - 22 - 2014
By: Ojogo Going Back in Time with Brave Frontier Everyone appreciates a good RPG. Especially the old console-types and the JRPG ones like the Final Fantasy and Suikoden franchises. The genre of turn-based strategic play has become a classic “comfort food” type of title that gamers over the age of 12 tend to latch onto from time to time out of an uncontrollable urge to feel nostalgia. That being said, it’s such a shame that we don’t see a lot of these types of games anymore. Sure, there...

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