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Why I’m back to playing Lotro

When the news broke that Lotro and DDO wouldn’t be operated by Turbine, and in extent, Warner Bros, anymore, I felt a sudden urge to return to Lord of the Rings Online. Mind you, this isn’t really a new thing… Continue Reading →

New Game Masters

So everybody* was really excited to see what Amazon Game Studios would “unbox” at their unboxing event that happened yesterday. After recruiting several devs from MMO companies like ArenaNet, the chances of AGS creating an MMORPG were high. We couldn’t… Continue Reading →

Housing wishlist for Elder Scrolls Online

Elder Scrolls Online will get housing in its Q1 2017 update- we know this already. We probably also know that it’s semi-instanced. I’m very much looking forward to housing in ESO – but i do have a few wishes. Accessible… Continue Reading →

Being supportive 2

Interesting. On my old blog, i had this post about being supportive of the few (and getting even rarer) companies who bring MMORPGs to us- at that time, it was about Trion’s up-to-then unknown imported game. Today, i’ll return to… Continue Reading →

MMOs are not about playing with friends

A while back i came across this quote when i read a post about Jaedia returning to Guild Wars 2: …I love being able to play with my friends, that is the big draw of MMORPGs after all,… Hannah Richardson-Lewis, Returning to Tyria… Continue Reading →

ESO shopping day

I’m slowly preparing myself to return to Elder Scrolls Online, which is supposed to be my main MMO again come september. Yesterday, i read Xannziee’s post with a couple of screenshots as well as her impression with ESO (she made… Continue Reading →

How could ESO improve trading?

Elder Scrolls Online has employed a unique way of doing player trading. As we all know, there are no global auction houses. What’s more is that materials used in crafting have no or quite low value when selling them to… Continue Reading →

Dual Wielding LFG edition: fostering communities

Dual Wielding: LFG Edition— sometimes a topic is just too big for a couple of bloggers on their own. That’s when we send out the call, and see who steps up to help us with the challenge. This week, in… Continue Reading →

Guild Update: activity and recruitment need to go up, more continuity on guild nights

Yesterday evening saw the first login to Elder Scrolls Online, or any MMO, for that matter, since we’ve returned from China. Zharyon That’s the name of our guild- yesterday, a commenter here made the connection between this blog and that… Continue Reading →

Are EVE online players bad people?

It’s always the same. Some EVE story breaks and three things happen:

1. reading about EVE is great
2. i think about diving in again
3. commenters call eve players bad people
Case in point: Massively Overpowered’s really great post about the current war in EVE.

Why i love reading your MMO blog

Are bloggers’ opinions worth more than the “normal” gamer opinion? Are we full of ourselves? Some comments in Massively Overpowered’s “Global Chat” column suggest that. After a bit of a detour i share why i love reading your MMORPG blog. And in the end, i finally publish the Blogroll of this site- not sure if it’ll stay this way, but for now, this is what i’d like to use.

Dual Wielding: is it dead yet?

Dual Wielding: A series featuring two bloggers writing on one topic and answering the question, “If the pen is mightier than the sword, what happens when you dual wield?”
This month, we are taking a look at our beloved genre: what does the future hold? After EQ Next’s cancellation, is there even a future to wait for?

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