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Neverwinter Arrives on PS4 this Summer

Salvatore and containing all nine PC expansions, are you ready for Neverwinter?After almost three years after the video game's initial release on the PC platform, Neverwinter, a Massive Multi-player Online Role-playing Game published by Perfect World Entertainment, is arriving this summer on PlayStation 4.

Guild Guide: How to help your guild get better at any game

I've talked about how to help your guild get better at World of Warcraft and Final Fantasy XIV.So before you start worrying about the group doing better, take the time to make sure that you're doing well.

Guild Guide: How to grow permanently when dealing with a short-term population boom

But when you're in those games, these surges mean something.They show up, they talk about enjoying themselves, and then one day they're just.

Guild Guide: Managing your guild's reputation

If you're an officer, you get to set the rules for your guild and make sure your members are following them.So let's talk about managing your reputation, from both a member and an officer's point of view.

Controversy Over Upcoming World of Warcraft Armor Appearances

In that patch, the newest designs for tier 20 armor sets were data mined.However, not everyone is happy about these new armor sets.

If You Love MMOs, You Need to be Paying Attention to Worlds Adrift

There will be few traditional RPG elements in Worlds Adrift, this MMO is meant to be skill and knowledge based.Speaking of oblivion, everything in Worlds Adrift is permanent.

The Technology and the Gaming Connection

The first gaming device, an electromechanical device called Nimatron, was invented by nuclear physicist Edward Condon in 1940 for the New York World’s Fair.It would take about 30 years from gaming technology to develop into something practical for the average consumer.

Technology and The Gaming Connection

It would take about 30 years from gaming technology to develop into something practical for the average consumer.Since then, gaming companies and systems have constantly sought the best technology for the most advanced features.

Multi-crew Ships and Commander Creation to be Included in Elite: Dangerous Beta

Only the chosen ones -- commanders selected by Frontier will be able to participate in Beta Test of a new expansion pack for Elite: Dangerous.3 of the game will be going into Beta stage on 26th February and will feature major additions to ED Universe.

Is The Federal Gunship Worth Buying in Elite: Dangerous?

This is you, flying Federal Gunship in Elite: Dangerous.According to the Elite: Dangerous wiki page, the Federal Gunship is a support combat ship, which means that it is not worth buying her if you are planning to explore or trade.

Guild Guide: Dealing with Disgruntled Members

Half of the guild wants to focus more heavily on raiding, half of the guild wants to focus more on small-group activities.So let's talk about how you can deal with disgruntled members before they're former members.

Grinding to a Halt: Why MMOs Should Really Rebuild Their Quest Structures

Let me be perfectly honest with you; there is no chance that there will be no grinding in games -- especially true in MMO games.It seems that Hello Games people one day were sitting behind the table and decided that NMS players must grind something.

Elder Scroll Online's Homestead Update Opens Its Doors on XBox One and PS4

The long-awaited "Homestead" update previously launched on PC/Mac on Monday, February 6, 2017, but is now on consoles.Non-ESO Plus Players are limited to 50 furnishings, 1 Trophy Bust, 1 Assistant, and either a Mount or pet within their home.

4 Ways Upcoming MMOs Are Going to Change the Genre Forever

Let's face it, the massively multiplayer gaming arena has become stagnant.Looking to fill that void and permanently change the gaming landscape is Chronicles of Elyria, an incredibly ambitious game that features a mechanic normally thought anathema to all things massively multiplayer: permadeath.