What is so offensive about an enemy you have to think about overcoming? An environment that is genuinely dangerous rather than mere window dressing to the butchery of rodents?
The point and click model of MMOs works great but is starting to get overused. While this model may not completely disappear through 2012, Action MMOs will have a larger impact.
A gamer should become known as a person with a favourite sport who loves to practice it.
My predictions have nothing to do with big names games like Guild Wars 2. I predict a new breed of free-to-play games that monetize the RIGHT way.
Looking at 2012 we will have some great games which we all have been anticipating for several years now closing in on their expected release deadlines.
Nicolas Goldmark, a member of OnRPG's sales force and friend of mine, was in attendance at this year's GStar convention in South Korea!
In this article we will go through each aspect of a good gaming mouse and prepare you to buy a mouse that you will love.
Hey OnRPG viewers! This is just a quick notice that OnRPG will be undergoing some major changes in the homepage and game profile design sometime this month.
Hello to all our faithful OnRPG readers and visitors!It's been too long since OnRPG has been updated.. After much pain staking discussion, planning, and testing, we have developed a vision of how to improve the website in various ways to improve your experience. Some of you may have noticed our initial tweaks to the homepage and forum restructuring. This was merely the beginning.
Ah yes... NPCs. Those wonderful CPU controlled characters that exist in just about every video game ever made. We program them to act as our friends and our enemies. Sometimes, they'll be there to help you or be there to hurt you, and they always have something to say... or nothing to say.
These days, players are spoilt for choice when it comes which MMORPG they play. There are literally hundreds of different games just waiting for the next ship-jumping gamer to subscribe to. With World of Warcraft recruiting enough players to populate a small country, and new MMOs hitting the shelves nearly every month, MMO gaming is bigger than ever. Of course not all of them can have a bite of the MMO gaming cherry, and developers lavish millions of dollars on their titles in the hope that you prefer spending time in their virtual world. Some of them have went on to do quite well, many have fallen by the wayside, and there are a select few that people just forgot existed.