Remember Age of Empires? Well if you consider yourself any sort of RTS buff you should. The Age of Empires series in the past has been one of the most successful RTS franchises (yes there have been other popular RTS franchises other then Starcraft). The originals have won countless awards and have solidified themselves in the RTS hall of fame.
If you're new to browser based strategy games, I would advise you to stay away from Grepolis. The game (like its counterparts) are quite easy to learn, provided that you have played other games of the same genre. The tutorial was actually rather quick, and runs you through some of the mundane tasks you do in your Grepolis career, but it does leave at least 80% of the system to learn on your own.
It has been an exciting testing and balancing period the last half year as players from around the world tested out the Parkour racing game known as Free Jack! Game Bridger Entertainment has heard the requests of the players, fine tuned many aspects, and is about ready to put their seal of approval on Free Jack at long last! Free Jack will be entering its released state as early as May 12th. To celebrate we will gain access to a new exciting competitive mode known as Graffiti mode.
Conquer Online is offering up 3 spots on a free trip to China, and this sweepstakes event will be going until Apr. 30th! All CO players with a character over lvl 50 are eligible to take part in this drawing!
It is hard to find a real good vampire MMORPG. It's difficult to recommend a specific game to play too, because everyone likes something different. But there is one game we can definitely give a shot, and that's Eudemons Online.
How I wish MMOs could stay the way it was back then... back then when the genre was growing rapidly, where the only way to go was forward. Sadly, progression stopped, and developers started to lack ideas, or at least the means to enact said ideas. Enclosed is my take on the Evolution and Devolution of MMO gaming. I hope you guys enjoy this as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Love deprived gamers can rejoice. In just a few short weeks (May 12th is the current tentative date!), the BFF beta for Lucent Heart will arrive. In addition to the usual bells and whistles of MMORPGs, Lucent Heart also features a very interesting zodiac system and soulmate system that provides players with unparalleled ways to cooperate with your closest friend or lover online.
The second official worldwide Golfstar tournament will take place this weekend from the 22nd until the 24th of April. On Friday the qualification games will start, where players will have the opportunity to compete for a spot in one of the semi-finals. These semi-finals will begin on Saturday, while the final is going to be on Sunday.
BAG Entertainment, the new owner of the oriental martial art fantasy MMORPG Sho Online, has announced that the first episode of the Chaos Trilogy titled Sign will be released as an update on April 21, 2011 in the Korean version of Sho and sometime in the mid May in the global Sho Online. The Chaos Trilogy will consist of Sign, Chaos, and Darkness stages with Sign marking the beginning of the trilogy.
Hi-Rez Studios, made famous with their award winning first person shooter MMO, Global Agenda, announced today they are developing SMITE, a free-to-play online battleground between gods. Players choose from a selection of mythical gods, join session-based arena combat, and use custom powers and team tactics against other player-controlled gods and non-player controlled minions.
Goal United is a new free-to-play football MMO browser game that allows players to manage teams and compete with other players online. One look, and you will know that the game is not your average web browser game. The ingame elements are so rich and highly detailed that gamers may think that the game is client-based or a console.