When that first trailer for Project Odin, now officially known as ODIN: Valhalla Rising came out, I was mad skeptical. I mean, sure the game LOOKED amazing but will with PLAY amazing, that’s the real question!
I can’t be the only one who just heard about this Crucible game from Amazon. It looks alright but I wonder how long it’ll remain popular, given that’s it’s doing so many things at once.
After months, maybe even years, of waiting for actually update about the Ashes of Creation MMO, we finally for a Development Update + Alpha One Early Preview of the game and it was in-depth!
Dragon Raja, an incredible fantasy mobile MMORPG with absolutely stunning graphics has finally dropped on Google Play and Apple play store, but how does it hold up?
Here’s news that I honestly wasn’t too surprised by, Lost Ark Online, a 3D massively-multiplayer online role-playing game developed by SmileGate, unfortunately, does not seem to have any plans to bring the game to the West.
I’ve been watching and following Amazon’s MMO New World, which is coming out in May 2020, with a beta in April and I have to say it’s improving in such a way that it might end up been the MMO that myself and many other have been waiting for.
A trend that I’ve started to notice coming from the East is the heavy investment of MMO’s on mobile devices. Sometimes, they’ll even introduce games that can be played on both PC and mobile phones to try and reel in possible PC gamers who might be open to trying out this new form of MMO. It’s an interesting trend that I’d like to delve deeper into it to see if thats’s something that viable. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen the term “MMORPG” on mobile phones, however these new once are developed from the ground up to be full blown “classical” MMO’s that can be experienced on the go.
Here’s some news I wasn’t expecting from Bandai, they’re working on a brand new anime online action RPG called Blue Protocol. If they screenshot and description is anything to go by, then this might be one to keep an eye out!
As I was wandering the ever so vast internet, I stumbled upon this very interesting open world game called Nostos, an open-world VR game created by NetEase. Nostos is a simulation technology with real physical environment, a giant and seamless world map, freely moving system and oriental animated film art style build up a “Pioneer” image for this game.