Stargate MMO – “It should be happening now if it was happening”

Monday, 6th April 2009 12:05 GMT By Patrick Garratt


This doesn’t look hopeful. An executive producer of the Stargate TV series has insinuated that the licensed Cheyenne Mountain Stargate Worlds MMO is a dead duck, saying its failure to appear is “a terrible shame”.

Brad Wright, who also worked as creative consultant on the title, was questioned on the game’s status by the GateWorld fansite.

“We don’t know,” he said. “It’s a shame. If it doesn’t happen – and, let’s be honest, it should be happening now if it was happening – it’s a shame. It’s a terrible shame.”

Wright added: “They had an opportunity and they got our support, and they obviously had significant funding, and it didn’t happen.”

Whoops. More on EG.



  1. Gekidami

    Interesting that Wright says they had significant funding, wasnt Cheyenne Mountain complaining at one point they they actually had no money left?
    But yeah, by the looks of it this never really did get that far off the ground to begin with. I guess the risks are pretty big when making an MMO, they do require alot of work and professionalism if they’re to actually get released and gain any money, not a genre any dev can just make out of the blue.

    #1 6 years ago
  2. Ves

    I still don’t understand why they wanted to be their own publisher.

    #2 6 years ago
  3. DarkElfa

    What’s really a shame are all the decent mods they killed because they didn’t want confusion with this and the previous game that never materialized.

    #3 6 years ago

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