Primal Carnage: Extinction was a smash hit on the PC, but how does the online humans-versus-dinosaurs battle translate over to the console? We take a bite out of the game to try and find out.
Our reviewer has been playing Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn for a while now, and was quite excited for the Heavensward expansion releasing tomorrow. Get the skinny from his early access review.
One of the most unique shooter wargames to come out in years, the free to play Heroes & Generals lets you become a master of either tactics or strategy. Play as a general leading others, or take to the field as a career soldier in a variety of fields like infantry scouts, tank drivers and pilots.
Nether follows the post- apocalyptic trend in MMOs, and adds in a monster race to further harass players trying to kill one another. This dynamic might appeal to some people, but is likely too hardcore for most players.
The Elder Scrolls Online is out now, and our Imperial reporter Chris Richards has been delving into all the worlds many nooks and crannies. When he’s not getting squished by a troll, he’s having a really good time.
While most free MMO games are about building empires or endless questing, Dragons and Titans offers arena-style dragon on dragon combat in a variety of settings. Packed with action and fun, this one is ready for liftoff.
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare takes the beloved franchise online and turns it into one of the most comical and action-packed shooters you’ll likely play this year.
Our Tuesday app review this week is Legend Online for the iOS, where our reviewer braves Cowardly Gits, annoying ads, bad typos and a sexist world where a good pair of pants is impossible to find.
Path of Exile offers an action-oriented MMO that can be enjoyed as a single player or with a group. And it’s a true free-to-play model, one of the first, that doesn’t nickel and dime players to death. It’s a welcome change in all cases.
Our reviewer really wanted to like Marvel Heroes. But bland combat, unnecessary MMO elements and a payment scheme that practically requires hundreds of dollars in fees to advance makes this hero a zero.