EVE Online is offering free to play access to the game via alpha clone states. Will it be enough to bring players back to the game long-term?
ARK: Survival Evolved is a survival game, with world PvP, yet has an area on the map that is approximately 80% naturally protected and defended due to map design. Does that make sense?
In game development, it takes a long time for episodic content to be released? Is it a better viewing and playing experience to wait until it has all be released to play it?
I tamed my first creature in ARK: Survival Evolved, a Pteranodon! It’s a miracle I was successful since success relied on my shooting skills.
If you are into sandbox MMORPGs, this game might be a good pick for you. It’s beautiful, has insane character creation options and there is a lot to learn and explore. It is a PvP game though, so watch yourself!
27 things you may or may not know about the popular franchise.
The leader of the Avvars captured a group of Inquisition soldiers as a means to negotiate with the Inquisitor. He shouldn’t have done that. Seriously.
Finishing up Hinterlands, the Inquisitor had to make choices. What makes people feel better? The truth or the option that can be easily proved?