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It’s time for a graphical showdown, MMO style. If you are curious about the different versions of Final Fantasy XIV, particularly when it comes to the visuals, then you should watch this comparison video by IGN. To me, it seems like the differences between all the versions aren’t too pronounced — but obviously the PS3 version doesn’t quite look as good as the PS4 and PC versions of Final Fantasy XIV.
Black Desert, the Korean MMO that as a fantastic character creation system, is more than just a pretty game, you know. Judging from the trailer below, which showcases some battle mechanics, it also plays differently than many of the MMOs that we know.
Sony Online Entertainment is making its very own massive multiplayer online (MMO) zombie game, SOE head John Smedley announced last night in an interview with the web show Game Talk Live. It’s called H1Z1, and it’s coming to PC via Steam early access in four to six weeks and the PlayStation 4 console at an unspecified later date.
When I first saw Korean MMO Black Desert last year, I thought it looked too good to be true. Now it’s looking way too good to be true.
Log Horizon is one of the fall season’s best anime shows. It’s not particularly action-filled, but it takes its sci-fi premise and runs with it — addressing the logical implications of being trapped in an MMO world. The second half of the series steps it up a notch and adds war, international politics, and magic to the mix.
We already knew that Vin Diesel had a World of Warcraft past, and now there’s direct proof. He just shared a video on his official Facebook page, where he roams around in Tanaris, with the late Paul Walker, back in 2010.