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Articles by Rory Young
The two most highly expected upcoming MMOs have (coincidentally?) both begun their closed betas this weekend. Where does each game currently stand, and what can we look forward to?
Hell hath no fury like a World of Warcraft player scorned. And nothing scorns a World of Warcraft player like the idea of having their real life identity associated with their online persona, which is exactly what Blizzard was planning to do.
The EVO Championship Series World Final 2010 has begun! Going all weekend long and featuring all of your favorite fighting game, you'd be wont to miss watching whether you're a fan of the genre or not.
League of Legends, the hugely popular Defense of the Ancients-style multiplayer game, is about to take the competition to a new level. Do you have what it takes?
The greatest reward for any mouse is to acquire a delicious block of cheese and return home with it safely. Isn't that just a perfect metaphor for life? No, that's completely ridiculous.
The time has come, fellow Team Fortress 2 mercenaries, the Engineer Update has gone live. Golden Wrenches have been randomly bestowed upon 100 lucky crafters over the course of the past week, culminating in today's update.
A creepy and foreboding puzzle game? Those things don't sound like they're meant to coincide. At least, that's what I thought until I played Puzzle Agent, and I was instantly impressed.
New information for Final Fantasy XIV has just been sent out, including system specs, standard and collector's edition details, and the PC release date.
As a fan of both the DS Final Fantasy remakes, as well as the classic Final Fantasy: The Crystal Chronicles title for the Gamecube, I was astonished to see The 4 Heroes of Light with no line. So I picked it up and gave the demo a whirl; here are my impressions.