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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.
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.
Sun, Oct 04, 2009 | 15:33 BST
Quite a bit of stuff regarding MMOS this week.
CrimeCraft will go free-to-play, Turbine released new screens for Siege of Mirkwood, Green Arrow is making his way into DC Universe online, there are a couple updates on World of Warcraft movies, and a whole other bunch of stuff happened too.
Read on past the break for the lot.
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, Aug 01, 2009 | 21:27 BST
Loads of Beta news this week in MMO round-up.
IncGamers made good on its promise, and has posted part-two of its Aion Beta preview, Mortal Online’s second stage of Beta testing begins soon, CrimeCraft started its Beta and Alganon is prepping for one.
Loads of MMO are going to be coming out soon, and there will be more than just fantasy offerings on the table. Sci-fi, apocalyptic, modern, and steampunk are all heading our way.
Hit the jump for more on the week in MMOs.
Thu, May 21, 2009 | 18:10 BST
Vogster announced today that those interested in participating in the CrimeCraft closed Beta can now sign up.
The persistent world-shooter-rpg will have additional Beta slots opened over the course of the summer, so if you haven’t created an account on the official site, get to it.
Currently, the game is slated to ship for PC on August 25.
Press release is 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, Jan 15, 2009 | 16:59 GMT
Rumours were rife last night that Crimecraft developer Vogster was set to can a 360 version of the company’s GTA-style, free-to-play MMO.
However, a Vogster rep got in touch with various media outlets this morning to clarify the situation:
“To be clear a console or 360 version has not been ‘canned’,” said the rep.
“The 360 SKU was toyed with in early development but the team has been focusing on the PC SKU and has always planned on it being PC only at initial launch, with the potential for additional platforms down the road. Xbox 360 included.”
Update: Vogster has also released a new trailer for the game which you can see after the break.
By Mike Bowden