Tag Archives: stargate worlds
Thu, Nov 11, 2010 | 15:20 GMT
Sat, Jan 30, 2010 | 17:11 GMT
FireSky, those behind the Stargate MMO, announced on its official website that Stargate: Resistance will be released onto PC February 10.
Kind of out of left field there – for us at least.
Mon, Nov 16, 2009 | 20:54 GMT
Cheyenne Mountain MMO Stargate Worlds is so not dead. New screens today – the ones at the top – are definitely of a computer game. Here’s the dream: cling onto it.
It’s all a bit odd, this. On October 18, a rep said the “company has struggled in the current economic climate to raise the funding needed to successfully develop and publish our MMORPG.
“While there continues to be a lot of desire, enthusiasm and excitement about the project from our employees, investors and fans, we will not be able to provide any updates on the development of Stargate Worlds until sufficient funding is available.”
Nice armour though, right? Thanks, Massively.
Sun, Oct 18, 2009 | 09:51 BST
Loads of MMOs are planning Halloween and fall festivities for users, but some have already launched tricky goodness.
You can find out more about those past the break, but while you are headed that way you will also learn other sorts of stuff like: Legends of Norrath’s eighth expansion has launched, CrimeCraft is headed to iPhone and Facebook, and having gone free-to-play D&D Online is doing great, apparently.
Also, Star War Galaxies is overrun with zombies. That’s right. Zombies.
It’s all there kids. Enjoy.
Sat, Aug 22, 2009 | 22:05 BST
Loads of World of Warcraft stuff is coming out of BlizzCon 09, but you knew that already.
We also told you about the new CCP game Dust 514 this week thanks to GamesCom, but there is other stuff that went on in the world of MMOs as well.
The Avaline service is now available in Second Life, Warhammer Online is having it’s Wild Hunt Event, an Aion has revealed the Cleric class.
More is through the break.
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.
Wed, Apr 08, 2009 | 08:39 BST
Cheyenne Mountain marketing boss Kevin Balentine has dismissed claims that the firm’s Stargate MMO’s been flushed down the swanny, saying everything’s carrying on as planned.
One of the IPs TV producers said on Monday that the game was likely dead.
“Our official response is that the lights here are still on and the development team is working hard every day to get this game built,” Balentine told Big Download.
“Team members are in the office seven days a week to deliver Stargate Worlds. Brad Wright is the Stargate expert and a creative consultant on Stargate Worlds who advises us on the story; unfortunately we had not recently updated him on our progress or the impact from the current global economic crisis, and he was not fully aware of the continuing progress on our game.”
Phew. There’s still no date, however.
Mon, Apr 06, 2009 | 12:05 BST
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.
Sun, Mar 22, 2009 | 19:52 GMT
Weekly MMO news round-up: NCSoft hiring, EVE Online gives career guidance, Chronicles of Spellborn has pretty pictures
A lot of the mainstream MMO news was posted up during the week, so this isn’t as thick as usual.
There’s bound to be something in here for you, though. Read on for the full thing.
Tue, Mar 17, 2009 | 20:04 GMT
Stargate Worlds developer Cheyenne Mountain is being sued by Capital Princess, a data center, over an “unpaid open account”.
The company went through financial trouble last year, with employees going 25 days without being paid.
Sat, Dec 06, 2008 | 08:11 GMT
As hinted at rather bluntly on Days-Since-Cheyenne-Mountain-Employees-Have-Been-Paid.com, Stargate World developer Cheyenne Mountain is struggling to meet payroll.
Gamespot got a statement from the firm:
“At Cheyenne Mountain Entertainment, we have always been upfront with the media and our fans that we are a start up. Like many start ups, we face the same cash-flow issues that all pre-revenue companies face. We have maintained a core of dedicated investors, but the new economic realities are forcing us to seek out additional sources of funding and that’s what we’re doing.
“We continue to move forward on the Stargate Worlds project. We recently completed a successful phase of closed beta testing and we will start a second phase early in 2009. We invite all of your readers to come to our site, check out our fantastic community and sign up for our beta.”
Good luck to all. TV show-based MMO Stargate Worlds has no date as yet.