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Necromancer Pulled From Diablo III PTS

by Todd Blackon April 18, 2017
It appears that Blizzard has stopped initial testing for the Necromancer class in Diablo III. The testing was done on the PTS (Public Test Server) for those signed up for the Diablo III beta. This was meant to see how the players themselves thought the Necromancer was. Based on early accounts, they weren’t that impressed. […]
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New XCOM 2 Video Shows States Of Players In First Year Of Game

by Todd Blackon April 4, 2017
Games and stats go together much better than you might think. Because for many, showing the stats of how much players are doing certain things are indicative to their success. So, the team behind XCOM 2 have decided do that with a very special video that shows off what players in the game have been […]

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – CNN’s Courageous Producing Conference on Human Augmentation

by skyrimadminon July 1, 2016
CNN’s brand studio Courageous is partnering with Square Enix® this summer to host a conference on human augmentation. The conference, the first of its kind, will be held on Monday, August 3, 2016, at the Paley Center for Media in New York City. Human by Design will explore the intersection of technology and humanity and […]
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Iron Maiden Wants To Make An RPG

by Peter Paltridgeon January 18, 2016
I don’t mean they want to make the type of gun that’s called an RPG. I mean the type of video game with a linear storyline and menu battling. That RPG. Not only does Iron Maiden WANT to make an RPG, they’re doing it. Their press release came out this morning, describing a smartphone game […]

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Atlus Announces “Cryamore” For 2016

by Peter Paltridgeon September 16, 2015
RPG publisher Atlus has announced a new title for digital release: Cryamore, by the indie development studio NostalgiCO. Cryamore was brought to life through a Kickstarter campaign in February 2013 that raised $240,000 (out of a $60,000 funding goal). Since then, like most ambitious indie games of its type, it’s had to struggle to stay […]

Pillars of Eternity Now Officially Out

by Peter Paltridgeon March 26, 2015
Remember the year 2012, when Kickstarter could do no wrong? That was when Pillars of Eternity was first proposed as a new action RPG for computer gamers. Fashioned in the tradition of Baldur’s Gate and Planescape: Torment, the game involves a heavily customizable hero or heroine from one of six distinct races traversing the overhead-viewed […]

One Guy is Making His Own NES-Style RPG

by Shawn Hopkinson February 4, 2015
When you played old NES RPGs like Final Fantasy and Dragon Warrior, did you ever fantasize about making your own? Joshua Temblett must have, so now he’s doing it. Untold Story is a testament to how far indie development has come and how inclusive it can be. Now anyone with the right tools can make […]
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Crossing Souls is an 80s-O-Rama RPG

by Shawn Hopkinson November 17, 2014
If you were an 80s kid, the new trailer for Devolver Digital’s upcoming RPG Crossing Souls is going to overload your visual cortex with a concentrated dose of nostalgia. Wicked headrush, man. The game follows five kids on an RPG adventure in 1986 California. As you can see, the unique art style evokes Earthbound as […]

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BioWare Announces Co-op RPG Shadow Realms

by Shawn Hopkinson August 13, 2014
BioWare’s next big RPG will be Shadow Realms, a PC RPG with a co-op twist. The company revealed the new game at the Gamescom  conference yesterday in Cologne, Germany. In Shadow Realms four players will fight together through a dark fantasy world, united against a Shadow Lord who is also controlled by another player. Why […]

Might & Magic X: Legacy Sends You On A Journey Into Yesteryear

by Alex Beanon January 29, 2014
For the first time in 12 long years, the popular Might & Magic franchise is back in action with a significant sequel, “Might & Magic X: Legacy” – and the first since international video game company Ubisoft took over the reins of the series – only with a different twist of a first person view. […]