Representatives of Bioware and LucasArts revealed new information regarding the player vs. player aspect of the upcoming MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic at the EA press conference earlier today. Players will be able to choose the side of either The Republic or The Empire and engage one another as either Jedi or Sith. These […]
The deliciously named developer Lemon Studios, a term based in Soeul, Korea, has recently announced plans to bring its intriguing IP Fantasia to the world in 2010. The first ever mobile-to-PC massive multi-player RPG, the game constantly updates and can be accessed from both home and on-the-go, the game not even requiring an initial installation. […]
Westwood, MA – Following the success of Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar (2007) and the first expansion for this game Mines of Moria (2008), Turbine Inc. has announced today that later this fall they will release a new download-only expansion. The game, which will be referred to as Volume III in the […]
I’ve been reminiscing about EverQuest, back from the Trilogy days (up to Velious, but not past it – what I consider to be the true EverQuest), and I’m remembering details about what made the game enjoyable for me. Yesterday I spoke about the leveling process being my favorite thing in MMORPGs. [Note: Not all leveling processes are created equal – some suck] This led me to start thinking about specific things I did while leveling up in games like The Realm, EverQuest, and DAOC, that are missing from today’s games.