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Turbine, makers of Dungeons & Dragons Online (DDO Unlimited) must be very pleased with their newest business model….
Star Vault’s Unreal Engine 3-powered action MMORPG has entered open beta, allowing anyone who downloads the Mortal Online client to participate in the game’s ongoing development:
The LEGO Universe trailer introduces the destructive creatures seeking to snuff out imagination in the game world, asking LEGO fans to enlist in an epic battle of good versus evil. Gameplay videos show a variety of players and play styles, and several new screenshots display the first areas encountered in LEGO Universe, including Avant Gardens and Gnarled Forest.
According to a report by the Kokomo Perspective, Howard, Indiana Sheriff’s Department deputy Matt Roberson was able to track down wanted fugitive Alfred Hightower thanks in part to Blizzard’s World of Warcraft online game.
Forty pages of the forthcoming World of Warcraft magazine are now available to preview on the publication’s official website.
Mythic Entertainment has sounded a rallying call for past players of Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning (WAR) with their new Call to Arms Reenlistment Campaign.
Blizzard has prepared a nice little trailer for their newest patch and content update for World of Warcraft. Below that are some of the highlights of the patch.
Atari and Cryptic Studios announced today that players can now sign up for a chance to participate in the closed beta test for Star Trek Online. This highly anticipated massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) is set in the celebrated Star Trek universe and is the first MMO to offer both space and ground game play.
Alright, here is the new trailer for the upcoming expansion pack to Blizzard’s hugely succesfull MMORPG “World of Warcraft”. The expansion is titled “Cataclysm”. This trailer was debuted today at Blizzcon.
We have found a cache of new pictures from the upcoming Star Trek game over at Kotaku.com.
MMOs such as World of Warcraft will be affected by a new ruling from the chinese Government that will ban the trading of virtual currency for real goods and services.