Iris Online is a cutesy anime-themed MMORPG that takes place in the mystical land of Arcana, a place ruled by magic and tarot mystery. Visual-wise, Iris Online is no different from its MMO sister, Luna Online, which was also developed by EyaSoft. If you think that Iris Online is just a rethemed version of its angelic counterpart, then you've got another thing coming. Iris Online is a completely different game, with unique features and a whole lot of MMO goodness to share. Don't believe me? Let me explain then...
January 13th 2011 - Following the fantastic response to recent story-based community events, leading MMO publisher ChangYou.com is pleased to announce the launch of what has become known in the ChangYou community as 'TLBB Connect v2.0' - an upgrade to TLBB's extremely popular 'TLBB Connect' events.
To celebrate the New Year TQ Digital, has a pretty sweet offer to all the fans of their classic F2P Kung Fu MMO, Conquer Online! There are 3 spots available for a free trip to China! Yes, that’s right! A free trip to China!
A Project Blackout special briefing: As of 02:35 (PST) intelligence reports have reported a drastic increase in opposition firepower.
The Lacuna Expanse is a massively multiplayer online space strategy game. Think SimCity meets Masters of Orion. You can choose to be an isolationist who's sole concern is designing and building a sprawling city on a single planet, or you can be bent on utter domination and build a huge empire across the expanse. You can become a master trader or a master ship builder. You can engage in espionage, or become an explorer. The choice is up to you in The Lacuna Expanse.
Something new was started on January 10th, 2011. A monthly letter from the Producer to us, the fans and loyal minions. A lot was covered in this short letter and at the same time it seems like they've done nothing more than say thanks and to inform everyone that more is coming.
Perfect World announced that the 105 level cap in its flagship mmo, Perfect World International, has been achieved. As a testament to the free-to-play model, the character who reached this milestone did so without the use of real world money, instead opting to trade with other players.
At the end of 2010, gamigo, the publisher of the MMOG Martial Empires, asked its players what they thought the game's strengths and weaknesses were. That survey showed that the main points of criticism were the speed of leveling and the balance between the difficulty of a quest and its reward. This invaluable feedback has now been implemented in the latest update.
Since the dawn of MMO time, silliness has spawned from different MMO worlds. Whether it's the war-filled plains of Novus or the adventurous land of Azeroth, no one is safe from the absurdity and wackyness of the MMO genre. It's not just something that has been started by the MMO community but by the games themselves. What are you waiting for? Check it out!
Four weeks after the successful start of the Nadirim closed beta, Digital Reality and Twisted Tribe have announced work on a new version of the browser-based, free-to-play MMORPG. The extensive planned changes will affect almost every aspect of the game: the server, the client, the main quests, the combat system, the graphics, the zones, and other features which have not yet been implemented in the current beta test.
The Mythos quest system lets players play a part in the story of the first worldwide hack 'n' slash MMO. The many diverse quests can be carried out either by plucky lone adventurers, or in groups of up to five players. There are rewards to be had in the form of abundant experience points, or special items which will also enable faster levelling.