Spiral Knights – Updated Look


REVIEW By Michael Sagoe (mikedot), OnRPG Journalist     It’s time to head back into the subterranean world of ClockWorks for an updated look at Spiral Knights, a 3D Action MORPG created by Three ...

Elemental Kingdoms Review: Getting into the CCG Groove


REVIEW By Vincent Haoson (Ojogo) Elemental Kingdoms is Perfect World Entertainment Inc.’s first foray into the mobile market where you get to battle with monsters/people of various types in a “modified...

Dungeonland: F2P Updated Review


REVIEW By Remko Molenaar (Proxzor) I always love a good co-op game, especially one that is made to play with other players in ways that can sabotage and mess up their progress. Dungeonland definitely support...

CosmicBreak – Updated Look


REVIEW By Michael Sagoe (mikedot), OnRPG Journalist   If there’s one thing that most fans of Japanese culture can’t seem to get enough of these days, it’s “Moe” brand anime. You know, the kind...

Nether Online First Look


REVIEW By Remko Molenaar (Proxzor) It is no real secret that survival sandbox games have been really popular lately, and have been bringing new forms of innovation to the normally stagnant shooting genre. Th...

Evil Genius Online: Closed Beta Impressions


REVIEW By Jaime Skelton (MissyS) There’s an evil genius that lives in a dark corner inside each of us. Oh sure, you can convince yourself that you’re neither “evil” nor “genius,” but there’s st...

Blood and Jade Review – Chasing the Shiny Carrot


REVIEW By Jordan Hall (ApocaRUFF)   Introduction Blood and Jade is a new browser-based MMORPG set in the popular Warring States period in China. The game is brought to us by R2 Games, who have also brou...

Black Aftermath Review – Be Your Own Kingpin


REVIEW By Remko Molenaar (Proxzor)   Have you ever wanted to run your own crime circuit? Your own kingdom where you will rule, kill and steal from anyone that crosses your path. I know I would, and Blac...

Divines of the East Review – Discord Behind the Beauty


REVIEW By Jonar Isip (Minstryl)   Divines of the East is a game that looks like it would be a joy to play. The visual aesthetic is their main selling point and you wouldn’t be at fault if you tried th...

Myth of Soma – An Old Game Revived


REVIEW By Jordan Hall (ApocaRUFF), OnRPG Journalist   Introduction Myth of Soma was originally released in 2001, but came to a close back in 2008 due to a series of unfortunate events and a general disi...
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