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  2. Star Trek Behind the Scenes: Franchise in Retrograde

    Here's something I'm wondering: Could T'Pol be the new Vulcan captain of Discovery?? She should still be going strong and Archer is alluded to as an elderly Admiral in ST 11.
  3. Star Trek Behind the Scenes: Franchise in Retrograde

    Well I'm not going to belabor the point... There are different theories going now about ramifications of Discovery season 1. One is Admiral Catrina Cornwell becomes the character "Lethe" from TOS episode Dagger of the Mind. The actresses do resemble each other. (Justin Oser)
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  5. Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been out for two weeks. Last week, we gave you our first impressions. Today, we're back with our final review. What did we think after nearly a dozen more hours? Read on to find out. View the full article
  6. Next Island is an MMO that has globally integrated servers with a real currency economy. The in-game currency, PED can be exchanged at a 10-1 ratio to the USD through both deposits and withdrawals from the universe. Come see what Next Island has to offer... View the full article
  7. This week's Star Citizen Around the Verse is centered on Squadron 42 as well as information about the creation of complex AI systems to be implemented in the game and how it's used as the "massive crew of the Idris frigate", for example. View the full article
  8. Sea of Thieves Executive Producer Joe Neate has taken to the official site to announce the commencement of the second weekend Scale Test. The event begins today and ends on Sunday, February 25th. During the test, players can expect to "see issues" so the team "can learn from and address". The goal is to manage traffic of high player counts trying to connect to the game. View the full article
  9. Funcom has sent out a mysterious note leading to a cryptic page with a countdown leading to February 28th. The message reads that the company will be announcing a new game on that day. When visiting the site, "Countdown2Zero.com", viewers are presented with a scene in a bar with four silhouetted characters named Pripp, Selma, Dux and Bormin. The bar appears to be in a modern setting with fluorescent lights hanging from the ceiling. Clearly this isn't another Conan game... View the full article
  10. Hawaii's Chris Lee is back with his latest video regarding loot boxes in gaming. However, viewers will first get a look at Lee as he chills on Hawaii's golden shores before he launches into legislative action about both net neutrality and loot boxes. View the full article
  11. Blizzard appears to be ramping up information on the next hero coming to Overwatch. Last night, a Twitter post was released titled "After-Action Report, Operation ZX24AL, "White Dome". The incident took place outside of Istanbul, Turkey and involved everyone's favorite OW mom, Ana Amari. Other participants in putting down a pocket of "Omnic resistance" included Reinhardt, Torbjorn and someone named "Private First Class Emre Sariogulu", a previously unheard of character. View the full article
  12. Hi-Rez Studios this week announced that the controversial, albeit apparently successful, Cards Unbound updated will be removed from Paladins over the next major release cycle. Cards Unbound is a controversial update that changed the way that cards (which can affect power) are collected. The update was criticized by long-term players who saw the update as a method of shoehoring players into the game’s cash shop by pushing the card leveling system to random loot boxes. “Our team will be working over the next major release cycle to remove Cards Unbound from the game. We will be replacing it with a new system that I believe the community will be really excited about — including the re-introduction of the deck building point system, and a method for obtaining cards that will be way less grindy.” Some points on how the new system will work are as follows. This list subject to change. Legendary Cards will now be called Talents. Talents will only have a single level. Talents will be unlocked for free by earning XP and gaining Champion levels (for example; level 1,5,10,15). All Champion Cards will now be free (No cost or grind). Deck creation will return to a point system where players can distribute 15 points across the five cards they select for their loadout. Each Champion Card will have five ranks to choose from. Talents will not have ranks, and are not included in the loadout point cap. Talents and Decks will continue to be chosen at match start to allow players to tailor their playstyles based on their opponents. New Talents will be added over time and give further varied playstyles. Champion Mastery will no longer be capped at level 25. Instead, it will work similarly to Player Account leveling (which has no cap). Card chests will be removed from the game. We are evaluating the best options to compensate players for their previously earned cards, and hope to share details soon. More information can be found at the link below. (Source: Google Docs) View the full article
  13. Paladins Executive Producer Chris Larson has penned an extensive 'state of the game' letter for Paladins that addresses several key issues for the game and in the community. Most notably, Larson writes that the controversial game system that came with the Cards Unbound update will be rolled back in favor of a "new system that [he] believe the community will be really excited about". View the full article
  14. One of the new features in World of Warcraft: Legion is the addition of "micro-holidays", events that offer a fun new event for players to participate in. The Hatching of the Hippogryphs event is taking flight on February 23rd and will take place in Feralas. Participants lucky enough to view the "yearly hatching of the hippogryphs" might even get a "little friend for the day". View the full article
  15. The world of mechanical keyboards goes far deeper than Razer and Corsair. Under the surface, there's a bustling community and keyboards to suit every PC user. We at MMORPG believe that a quality keyboard is about more than fancy lighting or a billion dollar brand names. Today, we're looking at one of our favorite customs yet, the WhiteFox Keyboard by Input Club. It's small but powerful and you won't want to miss it. View the full article
  16. It isn't level sync in the style of Swtor or Guild Wars 2, but more of extending the level cap for a zone to the ca… https://t.co/DtNV0xLULQ

  17. Time flies when you’re grinding for that 99 skillcape, and nobody knows that more than the players of Old School RuneScape which this month reaches its five year anniversary. It’s hard to believe that five years ago we were talking about Old School RuneScape (which MMO Fallout for some reason consistently referred to as ‘OldScape’) as this small project that we had no idea if it would be popular enough to be sustainable, with the high end of the hopes being that Jagex could commit just enough personnel to make very small content updates and ban some bots. But just as luck would have it, the game exploded in popularity over the next year and drew in enough people that it receives regular content updates and rather massive, exclusive additions. In 2015, MMO Fallout managed to snag an interview with Matthew Kemp, product manager for Old School RuneScape not long after Deadman Mode, the game’s hardcore spinoff, originally launched. Deadman mode, where players can kill each other virtually anywhere and can lose large amounts of their belongings on death, in turn spawned its own massively successful eSports spinoff in the form of seasonal Deadman tournaments, with winners taking home $10 grand in cold hard cash. Senior Product Manager Matthew Kemp (the very same) had the following to say on Old School RuneScape’s coming year: “2018 is a huge year for Old School, and not only because of these anniversary celebrations and the launch of the game’s own dedicated Twitch channel. We are currently in the middle of a pipeline of closed beta tests for Old School RuneScape on mobile, and already are getting some excellent feedback from those lucky enough to receive an invitation. In fact, the feedback so far has more than validated our decision to make the full game available on mobile platforms for new, returning and current players later in the year.” Both Old School RuneScape and RuneScape 3 are in the process of being ported to mobile devices. (Source: Jagex Press Release) View the full article
  18. A 12-year-old Fortnite YouTube streamer has been the victim of a recent "swatting" event after his channel followers spiked in a very short period of time. According to PCGameN, the boy, "Varady", was playing a match with Cizzorz, another YTer with over 800k subscribers. Cizzorz sent his fans to Varady's channel which raised the latter's numbers from about 400 followers to over 85k. Apparently this didn't sit well with some folks who called local police to initiate a "swatting". View the full article
  19. In a new blog post on the Destiny 2 / Bungie blog, Game Director Christopher Barrett lets players know that the development roadmap has been adjusted to push several features back. This includes adjustments to the Nightfall Strike perks and the equipment mod overhaul. Both were slated to arrive in game by May 2018, but Barrett feels the team wants to ensure each feature meets "a sufficiently high quality bar" and that artists are given the "extra time to make things super...cool". View the full article
  20. The latest ACE Q&A has been published to give players a chance to hear more details about the new Crypt system and how it affects the notion of death and dying in the game. View the full article
  21. As you battle through Maestros, there is one faction that will appeal to the Alchemist in everyone. The Regalis are the military power which rose up through alchemy. These "mad scientists" had experimented on all forms of life. They augment abilities and turning animals and plants into deadly forces which do battle. Check out this exclusive developer diary to learn mnore. View the full article
  22. The latest major update has been deployed to Grim Dawn. With the patch, players will find the Ancient Grove, a brand new roguelike dungeons to challenge even the hardiest of adventurers. Inside the Ancient Grove, players will encounter four new Monster Infrequents and can find a pair of Unique items as well as a new Mythical Relic Blueprint. View the full article
  23. Trion Worlds has announced that the subscription-only Rift Prime server will be launching on March 7th. As announced last month, the Prime server will "return us to the launch of Rift" when the cap was level 50 and at a time without boosts, supply crates, no equipment or bags in the Store and more. "This is the world of Rift before free-to-play". View the full article
  24. Newzoo has published an interesting look at global eSports in the coming year and in the next several years to come. The biggest takeaway is the explosive growth in revenue in 2018 alone which is expected to bring in nearly a billion dollars. eSports is expected to grow to over 400M viewers, up 13% from last year. View the full article
  25. The EVE Online site has another extensive blog post detailing some big changes coming to the game in the March update. Most notably, players will see a small, but meaningful, change to the jump fatigue mechanic. The mechanic, according to the blog, has been one of the "least satisfying" ones since its introduction in 2014. As a result of volumes of player feedback and developer discussion, a big change is coming to reduce fatigue accumulation. View the full article
  26. Fellow: Eternal Clash is a new mobile MMO making its way to the West. Developers aim to bring the type of MMO experience PC players expect to mobile devices. We had the chance to sit down with Sean Choi of GoBoogie Games to learn how this will happen. View the full article
  27. En Masse Entertainment has announced a pair of pretty cool things for Closers fans. First off, the playable anti-hero named Nata is now available in game. He is a dual-wielding dynamo who slices through enemies with spinning attacks along with an ability that allows him to release an explosive column of energy to devastate the opposition. View the full article
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