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  • Exclusive Interview With Justice's Developer on the Next-gen Martial Arts MMO

    Announced in 2015, Justice integrates the most romantic oriental gene into what players hear and see and all their martial art moves, hoping to become the most anticipated poetic world for them. In NetEase Games Festival 2016, 2P and 17173.com had a chance to sit down with Zhipeng Hu, the developer of Justice, and talked about the next flagship title.   Quick Look - Players can easily sw... Read More »

  • Top 5 Upcoming Asian Mobile Games for 2017

    2016 is coming to an end, and that means we can look at what's coming out for 2017. While I spend a lot of time following Asian mobile games, I believe there are 5 titles that are worth checking out in 2017. Wildfire Ex Release date: TBA Wildfire Ex is the mobile version of the PC MOBA Wildfire developed by NetEase Games. Unlike the MOBA version, the mobile version has a focus on... Read More »

  • Top 10 Upcoming MMORPGs for 2017

    With the winter celebrations almost here, we start looking towards the new year in our search for the next MMO that will keep us entertained for hundreds of hours. To help you in this quest we already prepared a list of 10 titles you shouldn't miss and 5 honorable mentions to keep an eye for. Note: As always these games may take a lot longer until release so expect some of them to go live i... Read More »

  • Top 7 VR Games of 2016

    We only have a couple of weeks until the end of 2016. And with that, we will slowly start to see obligatory Top 10 of 2016 articles pop out everywhere. Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing bad about these types of articles, in fact, I love them. They are short, easy-to-read and if you care about writer’s opinion they are a great way to show theirs. This year I could write another sta... Read More »

  • 7 Titles To Look Forward To In 2017 And Beyond

    We all expected a lot out of the MMO market for 2016, but save from a few interesting like Blade & Soul, Black Desert Online and Ark Survival Evolved (in the multiplayer category), this year was somewhat stale. Thankfully, 2017 already promises to be far more interesting with a number of titles to be released, or at least be playable. Here are 7 titles to look forward to in 2017 and beyond. &... Read More »

  • Peria Chronicles: New Interview Tells Everything You Want to Know - Part 1

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    Update: Part 2 has been published. Read it here. Back in November Thingsoft presented a playable demo at G-STAR 2016, allowing players to try the remake version of Peria Chronicles. It was a very raw demo that included terrain editing and combat, and it got mixed reactions. To address the community concern, the developer team did an interview with Korean media Thisisgame. Below is the translati... Read More »

  • Top 10 Most Anticipated VR Games for 2017

    Virtual Reality games have always been a hot topic. Companies for years have been trying to find a way to make Virtual Reality games reality! And recently - they have succeeded and has been a big deal for 2016. With platforms such as Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR, and HTC Vive, there’s bound to be some gems within all the VR games being made, and we’re here to countdown the top 10 VR gam... Read More »

  • Recommended MMOs to Play in December 2016

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    For the month of December, we have compiled a collection of MMOs for you to play and to enjoy from a variety of different publishers and companies. This is the final month of 2016, so let's look forward to the upcoming games of 2017~! ArcheAge 3.0 (Releases on December 10th) As we all know ArcheAge has gone through a rough time of players leaving, recurring P2W aspects in the cash-shop, ... Read More »

  • ArcheAge, You Should Give It Another Try

    (Warning, this article will contain my personal story with ArcheAge, and might stray off topic for a bit.)   Archeage was easily one of the most hyped MMORPG’s of the last 10 years. Everyone thought it would be the genre’s messiah, and for a while it was. Indeed, the Alpha version of the game was close enough to perfection. The game was so enjoyable that a lot of players, myse... Read More »

  • Black Desert Online: A Preamble

    I've been following Black Desert Online since I first heard about it in 2011. I avidly watched all the videos and reports about it from Korea, played it on a few non-NA regions as it went global, and was terribly excited when it was finally picked up for a North American release. I love it for a multitude of reasons; character generation is amazing, the game is absolutely stunningly beautiful,... Read More »

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