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  • Neverwinter launches!

    Neverwinter launches!

    Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter, a Free-to-Play MMO based on the D&D role-playing game and packed with epic tales and adventure. One hundred years have passed since the Spellplague forever changed the magical and mysterious lands of Faerűn. Mighty empires fell and great cities toppled, leaving only monster-haunted ruins and survivors struggling to rebuild. The city of Neverwinter, the Jewel of the North, seemed blessed by the gods. While the rest of the Sword Coast was devastated by the event, Neverwinter survived largely intact. But this was only a temporary reprieve from its inevitable doom. Nearly 75 years later, a volcanic eruption rained fire, ash and molten fury upon the city, annihila...
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  • Tribe Gaming Review: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning

    Tribe Gaming Review: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning

    I had recently gone to my local Gamestop in order to find something that would fill the intervening time between then and the release of Mass Effect 3, but nothing really seemed to stand out from the crowd. So, I asked for a recommendation, which led me to Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning....
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  • Tribe Gaming Review: Rage

    Tribe Gaming Review: Rage

    I kind of skipped the frist review idea because frankly you often get the wrong idea of a game if you only play a few hours, so I dived all the way in. I'm now 15 hours into the game and have a pretty solid idea of what to expect from the rest....
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  • Tribe Gaming Preview: Rusty Hearts

    Tribe Gaming Preview: Rusty Hearts

    Today is the first day of the Rusty Hearts Closed Beta Test. Thanks to our friend Audible, I have been able to play this game slightly earlier. Read on to get a glimpse of what to expect as you begin to play the closed beta. ...
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  • Tribe Gaming Review: Eden Eternal

    Tribe Gaming Review: Eden Eternal

    This year a host of shiny new MMORPG's has come, and will be coming out. We've seen RIFT become a massive hit in the first and second quarter. A lot of gamers are sitting on the edge of their seats trying to find any and all news on games such as Diablo 3, Star Wars: The Old Republic and Warhammer 40k: Dark Millenium. Except for RIFT all of these are still far away, so what do we do in the meantime?
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  • Tribe Gaming Review: Vindictus

    Tribe Gaming Review: Vindictus

    Vindictus Review - Mike Washburn - Feb 19th 2011 An element that most of the popular MMO’s are lacking is an active, player centric, style combat system. Pressing attack, cycling though a few abilities, typically in a set “rotation” until the target is dead, is standard fare for a majority your favourite MMO’s. Games such as Age of Conan have made attempts to have the player more directly involved in the combat, with directional controls that lead the character to attack from a specific direction which you control based on being aware of the targets directional weaknesses. Yet even some of the newest MMO’s still take this mostly non-active approach to...
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  • Neverwinter launches!
    Lanfear
    Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter, a Free-to-Play MMO based on the D&D role-playing game and packed with epic tales and adventure. One hundred years have passed since the Spellplague forever changed the magical and mysterious lands of Faerűn. Mighty empires fell and great cities toppled, leaving only monster-haunted ruins and survivors struggling to rebuild. The city of Neverwinter, the Jewel of the North, seemed blessed by the gods. While the rest of the Sword Coast was devastated by the event, Neverwinter survived largely intact. But this was only a temporary reprieve from its inevitable doom. Nearly 75 years later, a volcanic eruption rained fire, ash and molten fury upon the city, annihila...
    2013-05-01, 06:26 PM
  • Tribe Gaming Review: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
    Audible
    I had recently gone to my local Gamestop in order to find something that would fill the intervening time between then and the release of Mass Effect 3, but nothing really seemed to stand out from the crowd. So, I asked for a recommendation, which led me to Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning....
    2012-02-26, 06:46 PM
  • Tribe Gaming Review: Rage
    Scar
    I kind of skipped the frist review idea because frankly you often get the wrong idea of a game if you only play a few hours, so I dived all the way in. I'm now 15 hours into the game and have a pretty solid idea of what to expect from the rest....
    2011-10-10, 09:56 AM
  • Tribe Gaming Preview: Rusty Hearts
    Audible
    Today is the first day of the Rusty Hearts Closed Beta Test. Thanks to our friend Audible, I have been able to play this game slightly earlier. Read on to get a glimpse of what to expect as you begin to play the closed beta. ...
    2011-07-27, 08:01 PM
  • Tribe Gaming Review: Eden Eternal
    Audible
    This year a host of shiny new MMORPG's has come, and will be coming out. We've seen RIFT become a massive hit in the first and second quarter. A lot of gamers are sitting on the edge of their seats trying to find any and all news on games such as Diablo 3, Star Wars: The Old Republic and Warhammer 40k: Dark Millenium. Except for RIFT all of these are still far away, so what do we do in the meantime?
    ...
    2011-06-20, 10:49 AM
  • Tribe Gaming Review: Vindictus
    Audible
    Vindictus Review - Mike Washburn - Feb 19th 2011 An element that most of the popular MMO’s are lacking is an active, player centric, style combat system. Pressing attack, cycling though a few abilities, typically in a set “rotation” until the target is dead, is standard fare for a majority your favourite MMO’s. Games such as Age of Conan have made attempts to have the player more directly involved in the combat, with directional controls that lead the character to attack from a specific direction which you control based on being aware of the targets directional weaknesses. Yet even some of the newest MMO’s still take this mostly non-active approach to...
    2011-02-20, 04:02 PM
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