Tag Archives: Black Prophecy
Wed, Feb 29, 2012 | 20:31 GMT
Reakktor Media, the developers behind the MMO Black Prophecy, has started the insolvency process, according to a report on GI.biz, with the 50 remaining employees hoping for a last minute contract in order to stay open.
Thu, Jul 14, 2011 | 22:06 BST
It’s time for your Thursday link dump, a.k.a. shorts. Head onward if you dare – it’s rather large today.
Tue, Jul 12, 2011 | 21:50 BST
Tuesday’s second batch of shorts are here. Get ‘em while they’re hot, etc.
Fri, Jun 10, 2011 | 09:49 BST
In the name of God. Just stop.
Fri, Apr 15, 2011 | 13:37 BST
Gamigo board-member, Patrick Streppel, has issued an open and optimistic letter on the forum of free-to-play space combat MMOG Black Prophecy, outlining the game’s progress and future updates.
Sun, Aug 30, 2009 | 03:53 BST
Weekly MMO news round-up, August 29: Turbine suing Atari, The Green Lantern, LEGO subscription model
Loads of stuff happened this week in MMO land, and some of it is posted for you after the break.
Should you choose to click on through, you will find why Turine is suing Atari, get caught up on The Green Lantern and DC Universe’s Beta status, hear about new goodies coming to EQII, lament the collapse of the bank in EVE Online, and there’s loads of other stuff along with news on a couple of MMOs you may have never even heard of.
Go on, hit the link. You know you want to.
Sat, Jul 25, 2009 | 23:09 BST
It’s Saturday again, and time for your dose of MMO news.
This one has been branded the “trouble” edition, because certain MMOS were either in trouble, or getting out of it this week.
First off, Stargate Worlds is rumored to be in massive trouble, Age of Conan isn’t in as much any more, and China has ungrounded World of Warcraft but only a tiny bit. It can still go out on dates, but not whore about the countryside like it had been doing. What a tart.
Other than those bits, the week in MMOs was a bit uneventful. Yeah sure, the major news hit the front page as usual, but there are a few things you may want to know about that didn’t. For that, and the rest of it, along with a song devoted to Second Life, read on below.
Sat, May 16, 2009 | 19:08 BST
Leading up to E3, there is not a megaton of news with anything, let alone MMOs. The week was basically all about screens, delving into crafting systems and character sheets, and general stuff that you can view on any online game’s website. It’s called pre-E3 malaise, and today it’s pretty thick.
However, we have dug through the mire once more to bring you something in the way of MMO news that didn’t hit the front page.
You can catch up on it all after the break.
Thu, Mar 26, 2009 | 01:39 GMT
This week wasn’t too eventful in the way of MMO news, other than Warhammer consolidating server populations and luring gamers back with some goodies. But we already touched on that, it’s, like, old.
Today, news reached us that Second Life is trying to deal with all of the adult content in the game, Zork is no longer going to be an MMO, and EverQuest II players are currently inebriated with Brewday. Who wouldn’t look forward to Brewday?
Hit the break for all you need to know about the goings-on in the land of MMOS this week.
Sun, Mar 08, 2009 | 11:44 GMT
It’s that time once again, kiddos. Here’s your weekly all-in-one spot for the goings-on in the world of MMOs that didn’t get its own post.
‘Fraid there’s nothing too earth shattering this week — but who knows: you may find the bits below interesting after all.