Hype Meter is a FreeMMOStation show where we give you an overview of the most anticipated free MMO games. This time we take a look at EverQuest Next, the hugely ambitious MMORPG that is split in two games. Introduction A… Read More »
Hey dungeon masters, Skylent Shore here from FreeMMOStation to do a review on Cryptic Studio’s new game, Neverwinter. A game filled with fate and chaos, heroes and villains, swords and magic, and most certainly dungeons and dragons! Jumping into the… Read More »
You probably heard a lot about Scarlet Blade (Queen’s Blade Online in its original form) already, and mostly with words such as ‘boobs’ or ‘p0rn’ next to it. But you’re still wondering if you should actually play this game? We’ll… Read More »
Hype Meter is a FreeMMOStation show where we give you an overview of the most anticipated free MMO games. This time we take a look at ArcheAge, the sandbox MMORPG from XL Games that is getting players from all over… Read More »
Hype Meter is a FreeMMOStation show where we give you an overview of the most anticipated free MMO games. This time we take a look at Black Desert Online, the hugely exciting MMORPG from Pearl Abyss. Introduction What is Black… Read More »
You should all know what free-to-play (often abbreviated to F2P) means by now. At its best it’s a business model where players get to enjoy a game without having to fork a large sum even before knowing if the money… Read More »
The talk about a freemium future isn’t exactly new, with more and more high-profile studios showing their love for the hugely popular business model, one which everyone wants to take a piece of the pie from.
The announcement didn’t exactly came as a surprise; with Electronic Arts frequently talking about how freemium is the future and stating that having a subscription model in a free-to-play world is challenging was enough to see that something was brewing.
All of us know that the free-to-play market is a tough one that will relentlessly chew game after game without any kind of regret. Some games manage to get a considerable player base and can happily endure a couple of… Read More »
Widely regarded as little more than rubbish just a few years ago – and still considered as such by some less informed minds –, free-to-play games are in a stage where evolution is around the corner and mentalities are changing.