With Nexon still at loggerheads with its own employee union and several canceled projects, the show must still go on at the business side of things. Today, along with developer NAT Games, tons of new images and a couple of game trailers for V4 were made public. While these are meant to showcase the features of V4 and power of Unreal Engine 4, it might not be a good idea to overexpose the game content. With NCsoft launching Purple to please the PC gamers, Nexon is definitely lagging behind. No matter, let us get into the new details! ● The game footage above showcases how V4 is running smoothly on a mobile phone in the PvEvP map. Teams battle out to kill the raid boss, and you will definitely have no idea who really killed you! Of course, the demo here is within a controlled environment, it might not translate to real-world gameplay. We shall see when V4 enters Open Beta! ● Next up is character customization, which Nexon boasts about having more than 50 elements to adjust to … [Read more...] about – Nexon showcases more content for upcoming UE4 mobile MMORPG
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You cannot have a list of any kind pertaining to mobile games and not include Honkai Impact 3rd. It’s just.. not possible. It is one of the best animated most highly engrossing games on mobile devices and I cannot get enough of it. This has to be included. Rangers of Oblivion is an MMORPG that plays like a Monster Hunter game. You have a hub, you take quests from the hub and then you go out into instanced off zones to complete them. I couldn’t not include this. It was our most requested game up until I finally did a video on it. And I could understand why. I mentioned Honkai Impact being one of the best looking mobile games, and so is this. Another one I had to include because it’s possibly the most accurate interpretation of the Sword Art Anime I’ve seen on mobile devices. The character creator is fantastic. Successor to the popular PC game with the same title.. minus the M, Dragon Nest M deserves a spot here purely because of how fun it is. … [Read more...] about The Best Mobile MMORPG, Android, iOS Games of 2019
While 2017 was a big year for mobile, 2018 was even bigger, as more and more MMORPG companies, from CCP Games and NCsoft to Blizzard and Daybreak, pivot to mobile. Of course, veteran MMORPG games can be pretty grumpy over mobile games, especially the perception that in the zero sum game of development, PC MMOs are losing out. For today’s Leaderboard, let’s put it to a vote: What was the best mobile MMO of 2018? Loading ... … [Read more...] about Leaderboard: What was the best mobile MMO of 2018?
So I’ve had a lot of requests over the last several months to do a “Top Mobile and Android iOS MMORPGs” video.Mobile MMORPGs originate from. So with this in mind, I deemed now, after reaching 100,000 subscribers, as appropriate a time as any to make a compilation of the best Mobile and Android iOS MMORPGs on the market! Let’s kick this off with a new one!Alchemia Story is a newly released Anime inspired MMORPG released in July 2018 by Asobimo. Black Desert Mobile is the mobile port of the incredibly popular PC game of the same name released in South Korea in February 2018, and releasing globally this year. Next up we have the highly rated Avabel Online. It’s an older MMORPG released by Asobimo way back in February 2013. Like Black Desert Mobile, Aura Kingdom Mobile or Aura Kingdom M.. whichever you want to refer to it as, is a mobile port of the PC MMORPG Aura Kingdom published by X-Legend in March 2018. I swear this isn’t an … [Read more...] about Top 10 Best Mobile MMORPG Android, iOS Games 2018
With Villagers and Heroes handing over unprecedented control of its village design and decoration to players with next week’s Wellspring expansion, there’s a lot to absorb in a short amount of time. To get players on board with the big changes coming on May 14th, Mad Otter Games showed up for a Reddit AMA yesterday to talk about the game in general. A case was made for why Villagers and Heroes is the best mobile MMO: “Compared to most mobile MMOs, it definitely features much more actual content — zones to explore, quests to complete, items to find, etc. — so if you enjoy exploring it may be right up your alley. It’s also not very competitive (PvE only) which may fit a casual playstyle well.” The team also pointed out that the game avoids a lot of the pay-to-win issues and paywalls found in other mobile titles. Other topics discussed included gamepad support, combat pets, flying mounts, guild population limits, and how village stacking will work … [Read more...] about Villagers and Heroes AMA makes a case for why it’s the best mobile MMO on the market