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Fri, Jul 16, 2010 | 16:17 BST
Sun, Nov 01, 2009 | 20:37 GMT
This was a rather large week in MMOs as far as news went, and not all of it was Halloween related.
Past the break you will hear all about how Ultima Online is still going strong, get familiarized with the new patch for Aion, read up on Cryptic’s Blood Moon event via a dev chat, PvP henchmen and Guild Wars, Alganon’s delay, China’s ban on males playing females in games, and many other bits of stuff that didn’t hit the front page during the week.
Also, we hope everyone who plays MMOs enjoyed the Halloween and Fall festivities that their particular favorites hosted. Loads had celebrations, more than likely every single one of ‘em. If we forgot to mention your particular game, head on over to the list through the link ther and add it in the comments section so that we may give it its proper shout-out.
Tue, May 12, 2009 | 18:40 BST
Cyanide and author George R. R. Martin announced today that a game based his fantasy series, A Song of Ice and Fire, is currently in development for PC and consoles.
This is just another addition to expansion of the series as a card game has already been adapted, and HBO are turning the novels into a television series.
“We are all huge fans of ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’, so it is a true honor for our teams to be entrusted with creating the first video games inspired by this masterpiece,” stated Cyandie’s Patrick Pligersdorffer in the press release.
“The twists and turns of the plot will allow us to deliver an experience which can be enjoyed by both long-time fans as well as gamers new to the series.”
Sure as hell hope so.
We’ve shot off an email to Cyanide asking for more information. So stay tuned.
More through the break.
Thu, Apr 30, 2009 | 21:04 BST
Cyanide Studios released some new shots of Blood Bowl today, this time for the PC version.
Like the name suggests, it still looks bloody, orcish, and footbally.
This time we get a look at cheerleaders though, and we know how you like those. Go ogle ‘em over on Eurogamer Germany.
Game’s out for everything but PS3 and Wii this year, just in case you forgot.
Thu, Apr 09, 2009 | 21:34 BST
Cyanide Studios has unveiled the website for Blood Bowl, complete with a multiplayer beta sign-up.
No exact date for the beta launch as yet, but we do know you’ll get to choose either a human or orc team to play with.
The Warhammer universe’s twisted take on football is expected to land on DS, PC, PSP, and Xbox 360 this year.