Wizards of the Coast and Curse are teaming up to bring Dungeons and Dragons fans an official companion application called D&D Beyond slated to arrive soon.
Gamers will stop at almost nothing to say goodbye to a fellow gamer that’s passed away. Here are six of the most touching tributes to gamers who’ve passed.
‘Sword Coast Legends’, a Dungeons & Dragons RPG in the vein of ‘Baldur’s Gate’ and ‘Neverwinter Nights’, is revealed for a 2015 release.
Obsidian Entertainment acquires the Pathfinder RPG license, a spinoff of Dungeos & Dragons, and will begin by making a co-op card game for tablets.
The free-to-play ‘Dungeons and Dragons’ MMO ‘Neverwinter’ is making the leap from PC to consoles with an Xbox One port. Meanwhile, PC players can look forward to a ‘Tyranny of Dragons’ themed expansion.
Perfect World’s new lineup of free-to-play MMOs were on display at E3 2012. ‘Neverwinter’ and ‘RaiderZ’ are both worth a look for avid MMO fans, for very different reasons.
With â€˜Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdaleâ€™ releasing soon for XBLA, PSN and Windows, Atari gives us a little peek at the story mode for their new game.
‘Dungeons & Dragons’ makes it return to the consoles with the dungeon-crawler game, ‘Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale’ coming in 2011 for XBLA and PSN.
Author Tracy Hickman talks to Game Rant about why most MMORPGs aren’t worth playing and why he’s the most qualified person in the world to make RPGs fun again.