The very first gameplay trailer for H1Z1 from Sony Online Entertainment has gone live, featuring in-game play from the upcoming zombie-survival MMO.
Shortly into the Kickstarter for a detailed history book about the digital life and times of CCP Games' ever-evolving galactic MMO, EVE Online, the project reached its goal and then doubled it.
Multiple reports have surfaced in regards to a disturbing scenario in which a man has allegedly killed his son over his son's addiction to massive multiplayer online video games.
Smedley posted some of the following details on the game's monetization, and you can check out the details on the Reddit thread, but the gist is that H1Z1 will not be pay-to-win.
Among the new games include GRID Autosport, a new Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventure and, for anime fans in the audience, the highly anticipated Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment.
Some of the popular community-oriented action games that have dedicated communities have recently been updated with some brand new, much improved and fixed features.
As you can see in the video, the graphics look phenomenal and I might be pressed to say that this has some of the best character visual and animation effects that I've seen in an MMO.
Sony Online Entertainment is working on a new MMO called H1Z1 for PC and PS4. The game is expected to head into its Early Access phase very soon, and the whole concept of the game is basically DayZ trying to get hocked up on steroids.
Reloaded has slowly been making updates on their progress, like the one they recently made not too long ago on their blog.
Looking for something a little bit more raw and unorthodox from the typical barrage of modern-military first-person shooters? Well, you just stepped into the realm of Zombies Monsters Robots.
Ever wanted a full-scale tank battle in the palm of your hands? In digital form it’s certainly a promising concept. Which is exactly why you might want to take a look at World of Tanks Blitz, the free-to-play battle MMO that has officially rolled into its closed beta registration phase.
WildStar, the bright, colorful and quirky sci-fi MMORPG from Carbine Studios and NCSoft finally has a launch date set for this summer, inviting everyone across the cosmos to shoot aliens, collect loot and adventure with friends on June 3.
The answer to the meaning of life, the universe and everything will finally be within our grasp (again) next week as BBC Radio 4 invites gamers to delay any inklings of panic in order to play a new and improved version of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Game online.
Marvel Heroes is set to get just a bit more heroic as the “Forge of Asgard” update finally arrives. Additionally, the game is finally coming to Mac, so look for some closed beta testing to begin later this month for those of you looking to take control of the galaxy’s mightiest heroes on the iPuter.
It looks like Wargaming is looking to extend its reach beyond the borders of video games to produce a digital magazine…That just so happens to be about video games. If you’re a fan of games that feature a lot of stuff going “boom” and the people who make those games a reality, it’s a free publication you might want to check out.