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:
You can now submit your own homemade Team Fortress 2 items, weapons and hats to Valve for possible inclusion in the game. Info on how to get started can be found here, and the submission site itself here.
Here are the details to the patch.
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.
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.
Sony Online Entertainment LLC, and Wizards of the Coast LLC announced they are developing Magic: The Gathering – Tactics, an online, 3D turn-based strategy game played within the rich Magic: The Gathering Multiverse.
Glenlivet and World Golf Tour have announced a contest that will give two grand-prize winners the chance to go to Scotland, the home of the famous St. Andrews golf course. All you have to do to enter into the contest is go to WGT.com and play a free nine-hole challenge on the St. Andrews course.
PC game players who managed to get a legitimate retail PC copy of Borderlands early are being forced to wait for the official release date to start playing.
Leading video game developer BioWare, today announced that the first chapter of Dragon Age Journeys, a free to play browser based game set in the Dragon Age world, is now available.
It looks like Borderlands, well-received by critics, is having trouble getting received at all by some potential purchasers, with retail shortages being reported in the US. Canada is also dealing with supply issues, possibly as the result of the game’s $40 price tag in the region.
Infinity Ward has revealed it is not going to be supporting dedicated servers for the PC version of Modern Warfare 2, upsetting the game’s community amidst fears that features such as clans will no longer be supported.
PopCap Games, the leading developer and publisher of broadly appealing video games, today announced that it has launched a free Flash-based online version of Plants vs. Zombies on http://www.popcap.com.