Nine years ago, we saw the end of what everyone considers "Vanilla" World of Warcraft. Three years after the successful launch of World of Warcraft, Blizzard finally stepped in and released something that we all knew was inevitably going to happen—an expansion. Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness got the Beyond the Dark Portal expansion, Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos got The Frozen Throne expansion, and StarCraft got the Brood War expansion over the years; it would make sense that Blizzard's multi-million dollar journey into the massively multiplayer online role-playing game scene would have one as well. Little did we know that we'd be venturing into the Dark Portal one more time.
We just wanted to remind our readers that Carbine Studios' MMORPG WildStar has launched with its revamped, free-to-play economic model this month.
Sega commented on whether or not the recently announced PS4 version of Phantasy Star Online 2 would be coming to North America and Europe.
Murkidan the Demon Hunter Murloc and all kinds of new goodies are inbound for World of Warcraft from BlizzCon 2015, the holidays and the Legion expansion.
Blizzard has announced its next expansion for Azeroth. It's time to welcome the Demon Hunters to World of Warcraft: Legion.
Things aren't looking good for Middle-Earth as Turbine announced it's permanently closing down 19 out of its 29 servers for The Lord of the Rings Online.
Blizzard has confirmed it will soon unveil the sixth expansion for World of Warcraft, and some Internet sleuths may have already figured it out.
After the shenanigans of The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited's console launch for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the MMORPG is getting a new DLC pack.
Final Fantasy XIV pulled an Arkham Knight as its Mac sales were halted after its recent launch. Refunds are now being offered and Square Enix is apologizing.
After more than a year in delays, the PS4 and Xbox One versions of The Elder Scrolls Online have launched to a rather choppy start.