Category:  Editorials

December 11, 2017 9 Editorials, Features

Players and Studios need to have a relationship of mutual respect to make MMORPGs work. Otherwise, it’s toxic and won’t last long.

December 1, 2017 4 Editorials, Features

Revelation Online welcomed its first new class on November 28, the Assassin, and it comes with the most stylish mount you could dream of.

November 24, 2017 8 Editorials, Features

Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation is a free-to-play PC game based on the popular fighting series. Or its spin-offs, to be more precise. Is it any good?

October 16, 2017 0 Editorials, Features

With lower than expected player numbers, is LawBreakers going to switch to free-to-play or remain as it is? What do you think?

June 17, 2017 2 Editorials, Features

Picture the following scenario: you’re the boss of one of the top software studios in the world and you’re looking for a spokesperson for your next hit.

June 16, 2017 9 Editorials, Features

The Bless Online soap opera has just known some new and interesting developments, but is this game still relevant to western players?

December 21, 2016 0 Editorials, Features

Let’s face it: action combat in MMO and online RPGs is as stagnated and dead in the water as it could ever be. All is said when TERA, a game that is nearly 7-years old, is still frequently seen as… Read More »

August 22, 2016 10 Editorials, Features

“Please make it buy-to-play!”, someone, somewhere cries right now. Now hold on a minute, as we have something to say: you’re doing it wrong. Bear with us for a while. Buy-to-play as it is nowadays isn’t going to get you… Read More »

August 13, 2016 15 Editorials, Features

Revelation Online is one of the big names of the year, if you’re into MMO games – and you should be, considering you’re reading this. A flagship title from Chinese developer NetEase, it has captured quite a bit of attention… Read More »

March 9, 2016 1 Editorials, Features

“We are 100 percent committed to the PC-gaming space,” said Microsoft’s Phil Spencer recently. We’ve heard this a few times before, but the timing of this statement sounds completely odd when just about a week later, Microsoft decides to cancel… Read More »