While waiting for the End of Dragons expansion for Guild Wars 2 -- as well as Shadowlands patch 9.2 -- I've started leveling new WoW toons to unlock the Allied Races Heritage Armor.
By the time you read this, the Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker expansion should have been live for those who pre-ordered for several hours.
Next week is replete with expansions, with Tuesday seeing the release of Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker (those who purchase early access can start playing this Friday), Everquest taking us back to Luclin, and Hearthstone visiting Alterac Valley.
There's been an absence of new content lately for World of Warcraft players.
How should an MMO celebrate its own anniversary? What cool things should players be able to do and earn?
The 17th anniversary event for World of Warcraft is currently underway and will continue to be so until early December.
It's no secret that a lot of veteran World of Warcraft players are dipping their toes into Final Fantasy XIV lately, for a variety of reasons.
Tabletop RPGS predate the MMO video game genre, and MMOs borrowed heavily from their predecessors.
The first time I played World of Warcraft, I hated it.
If you're a WoW player and you start to play Final Fantasy 14, the first thing you'll notice is how glacially slow it feels in comparison.
There's a point in every expansion where something changes and my attention starts to wane in WoW.