2019 will bring more FPS games to us, but for right now, what are the best FPS games to play for some fun action alone or with some buddies? Here’s our picks. Insurgency: Sandstorm What started out as a mod has turned into a fully fledged FPS game that players have come to love. Insurgency’s rise to fame is down to just how good the original’s gameplay was. And because of that, we saw the sequel release this month, Insurgency: Sandstorm. Simply put, it’s excellent. It offers FPS lovers team-based tactics and objective oriented gameplay that doesn’t feel boring at all. It’s level of realism and fun is also through the roof, but more than most, its hardcore depiction of the conflict in the middle east is sure to garner many fans. It’s currently 10% off on Steam right now. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 One of the most popular FPS franchises returned this year, and COD’s latest installment surpassed $500 million in sales in its first three days. … [Read more...] about The Best FPS Games To Play Right Now
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Nexon this week announced the expansion of Maplestory Blitz into select regions in Southeast Asia, Europe, and Oceania on Google and Apple devices. Players are tasked with building decks using various heroes from Maplestory and dueling each other in real time battles. During the launch event, players can get their hands on boosters and card packs, collecting classic heroes such as: Mercedes – A talented archer blessed by the Fairy King to rain deadly arrows upon the battlefield; Phantom – The greatest thief who ever lived, and revived after years of imprisonment to avenge the death of his love, Empress Aria; Kyrin – The infamous and charismatic pirate captain set on destroying everything that stands in her way; Oz – Chief Knight of Fire who engulfs her enemies and allies in a blazing reign of flame; Demon Slayer – Formerly the Black Mage’s most loyal commander, the skilled strategist joined the resistance following the Black … [Read more...] about Maplestory Blitz Launches In Southeast Asia, Europe, Middle East
Animoca Brands is proud to announce that their game, Crazy Defense Heroes has moved into the Middle East and is now available on the App Store globally. At the same time, Crazy Defense Heroes received a global content update that offers 100 new levels, 20 new enemies, new tower cards, new spell cards, hero and equipment cards on top of that. The Android version of Crazy Defense Heroes is still in development but is expected to be complete in Q3 2018. As of right now, it’s available globally for the iPhone, iPad on the App Store. … [Read more...] about Crazy Defense Heroes Launches in Middle East
The past couple of weeks has been wild as we dispatched writers to GDC in San Francisco and PAX East in Boston to gather up and bring back everything they could on the MMORPGs large and small on the spring convention circuit. In fact, as I type this, we’ve got Brendan in Reykjavik for EVE Fanfest too! So for this week’s Overthinking, we’re rounding up our coverage and then reflecting on the best and worst as we pick out what most excites, surprises, and disappoints us: First the roundups, then our thoughts. Read on! PAX EAST 2018 Massively Overthinking: The best of PAX East and GDC in 2018 Ashes of Creation looks back at PAX East while promising a Q4 alpha Ship of Heroes posts a timeline for the first half of 2018 PAX East 2018: An interview with the big griffon statue PAX East 2018: Hands-on with Pantheon Rise of the Fallen PAX East 2018: Catching up on Legends of Aria’s improvements since the last PAX PAX East 2018: Frostkeep’s MMO Rend … [Read more...] about Massively Overthinking: The best of PAX East and GDC in 2018
Yes, it’s that time again, time to drive up to Boston and take part in the annual collection of games and poorly laid-out convention halls that makes up PAX East. There are panels to be attended if you can get in line early enough, merch to be bought, and most importantly for our purposes, interviews to be had. Are you excited? Well, maybe not! Sometimes it feels like the best information about MMOs comes out of small conventions devoted to specific games (like EVE Online, Final Fantasy XIV, and World of Warcraft, although that last one is arguably not small in the least). Yet there’s always a bunch of MMO stuff at the various booths just the same; the convention is just more often a time to reach out to players and press who may not follow MMOs studiously, so that tends to be the focus for presentation. But enough explaining the situation; let’s turn the microphone over to you, as it were. Is there anything about MMOs you hope to see at PAX East? A game or two that … [Read more...] about The Daily Grind: We’re headed to PAX East – what do you most want to see?