Written by Phil Bruton Wednesday, 02 February 2011 16:00
Reviewing an MMO is always a work in progress. When they are released, they are normally inundated with bugs and glitches along with either a lack of or missing content. DC Universe Online has it's faults, but the groundwork for a successful MMO is in place. What we currently have is a game that's quite fun to play, but does the low level cap and current lack of end-game content hurt the game overall?
Written by Craig Will Friday, 31 December 2010 06:00
Gran Turismo 5 has a billion cars, tracks, racing modes, and tuning options topped off with a level progression system; all this and you’ve got quite the time consuming game on your hands. Okay, not literally a billion cars, tracks and racing modes... Hyperbole aside, GT5 has more to offer than most standard RPGs these days; and it’s a racing game. All that said, this is the perfect game for casual gaming.
Written by Craig Will Monday, 27 December 2010 06:00
RPGs are a longtime favorite of mine although I never did get caught up in any MMOs. I’ve tried World of Warcraft, Lord of the Rings, Warhammer Online, and Final Fantasy XI but never stuck with any of them for more than a couple months. If the beta for DC Universe Online is any indication of the final release,* I may find myself sucked into the online fantasy space once and for all.
Written by Troy Benedict Tuesday, 21 December 2010 06:00
2010 was a fantastic year for games and gamers alike. Not only were some fantastic titles released, but there was also some amazing new technology unveiled. Amongst the sea of astounding games, it’s hard to remember all of 2010’s finest games, like Sony Computer Entertainment’s God of War III released in March.
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