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You’ll Soon Be Able to Skip Story in Final Fantasy XIV

Final Fantasy XIV has quickly grown into one of the most popular MMOs in the world. After the fiasco that was 1.0, Square Enix literally destroyed the world and started from scratch, releasing a newly redesigned game that has captured the attention of many a gamer. Final Fantasy XIV is known for its sprawling story that spans hundreds of hours from ...

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Onigiri is a Crazy Awesome MMORPG

Onigiri was released in Japan last year, and now it’s finally available in North America. Though you could technically access the game from any Xbox One in the world by changing the system settings, it wasn’t very useful unless you can speak Japanese. After playing the Japanese version for a bit, I couldn’t wait for the game to launch in North ...

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Pathfinder Online Opens Up 15 Day Free Trial

When Pathfinder online showed up on Kickstarter, I was more than a little bit excited. As a longtime fan of the mission statement that EVE online had, bringing a persistent world to an MMO and letting people do what they want, how they want, and bring real consequences onto the world. I haven’t gotten around to trying Pathfinder online yet, ...

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Kickstarter PvP MMO – Das Tal


Now, I’m intrigued by the idea of Das Tal but, I’m not normally one for MMO’s. Their very nature demands a bit more time spent into them than the average game. Their quest systems typically send you off on menial tasks collecting varieties of common materials from a specified variety of creature that you may or may not also have to kill ...

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Tera reveals the Gunner class!


Fans who have been enjoying Tera’s Fate of Arun expansion have something to look forward to in the next major patch. En Masse recently released a trailer revealing the new Gunner class, highlighting her massive cannon and tiny pet robot. Unfortunately, there wasn’t any gameplay in the reveal, but since this class is already available on Korean servers, there’s plenty ...

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Dungeon Fighter Online Is Back!

Dungeon Fighter Online can be easily described as a beat-em-up MMO. Originally released in America in late 2009, Dungeon Fighter Online was unfortunately shut down in June of 2013. This left many fans of the game clamoring to try and find a way to bring their beloved Dungeon Fighter Online back. Those prayers were answered this week, as Dungeon Fighter ...

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Abandoned Multiplayer Games May Be Revived Due To EFF DMCA Exemption


The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and Kendra Albert, a law school student, have requested a new exemption to the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA). It would allow fans of abandoned games to revive them without exposing themselves to legal risks. Section 1201 of the DMCA is an anti-circumvention provision that makes it illegal to remove Digital Rights Management (DRM) and “other technical protection measures.” ...

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Elder Scrolls Online Cuts 6 Month Subscription

The Elder Scrolls Online versions for PS4 and Xbox One are to be released in 2015

The Elder Scrolls Online has cut their 6-month subscription option. This decision came around the time of the new year, and was not followed by any official announcement, it was much more of a stealth removal. The only official word from Zenimax Entertainment, developers of The Elder Scrolls Online, was, “We have noticed that players prefered subscriptions of 30 and ...

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Elite: Dangerous Server Causing Severe Issues

Problems hit Elite: Dangerous' server

Elite: Dangerous just launched to what seemed to be a smooth start for the game. Yesterday, however, the game experienced some severe server issues, causing problems as serious as making the game unplayable for some. In Elite: Dangerous, a suspected transaction server failure has caused a number of bugs for players. Issues range from small issues such as players getting ...

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