The new Shadowbringers Expansion for the Final Fantasy XIV game is by far one of its best expansions, and that is saying a lot for a role-playing game that has consistently had some of the greatest new content rollouts. Check out where Final Fantasy XIV is going with Shadowbringers.
Free to play and easy to learn, Dauntless is a bit like Monster Hunter World, but for everyone of any skill level. For a more casual monster hunting game, it has surprising depth, beautiful graphics and crossplay between PC and console players. Hunt this one down today!
This week the Time Waster is all about a mobile MMO Action RPG called Rangers of Oblivion that mimics Monster Hunter to the best of its ability.
Bethesda’s new Fallout 76 MMO was, let’s face it, a buggy mess when it was released. Yet our reviewer found more than enough good things to prompt him to keep playing, including a great community of players. Fallout 76 is a rocky road, but one that may still be worth treading.
The beloved Fallout series heads to the West Virginia wilderness with the introduction of Fallout 76. Our reviewer is hard at work on the review, but wanted to show off his first few steps into this brave new world with a series of videos.
This week Billy is taking a journey to the past by checking out the mobile version of Old School RuneScape, which he spent much time with in his youth.
Destiny 2 continues to expand with Warmind DLC, giving players access to new areas, new enemies, exotic weapons, a unique new raid, and several hours of new single-player content. For those who love this sci-fi shooter, its just more icing on the cake, though it doesn’t actually change the core game in any significant ways.
Murderous Pursuits is one of those titles where players move around a giant party and pretend to be harmless non-player characters, while secretly hunting other real players in a deadly game of tag. But a few questionable, unbalanced skills and a lack of players serves to obscure some of the fun at this soiree.
As the first full expansion for Destiny 2, the Curse of Osiris takes us to some new places, and challenges players with new combat waves and bosses, plus provides about two hours of new story content.
The original Destiny broke the mold, offering an RPG/Shooter and Online combo game that was fast and furious. But it was missing some key elements, like a deep plot. Have no fear, Destiny 2 keeps its predecessor’s best running and gunning elements, while fixing myriad flaws. Your Destiny is here!