True Games announced today the full details behind the Champions of Mytheon package for the highly-anticipated online, multiplayer Action/RPG with strategic game play, Mytheon.
On June 9th 2010, Dungeon Fighter Online will be going "official". Well, that is to say, it will be going into official service. For those who haven't heard of Dungeon Fighter Online before, it's a massive multiplayer online hack n' slash/beat 'em up in the resemblance of classic arcade titles such as Final Fight, Golden Axe, Streets of Rage and D&D: Shadow over Mystara. With this upcoming launch, you can expect a load of new features that will excite both DFO veterans and newcomers alike.
WWII Warfare as you may have guessed, is a Massively Multiplayer Online Web Browser Game set on the historical background of World War II (well duh!). Much like other Web Browser games, you'll be training soldiers, battling across enemy lines and boosting your options as you progress further in the game. One of the best reasons to play a browser game is their ability to not take up space in your hard drive. The sheer beauty of it is the fact that you only need a working Internet connection and a web browser to play the game. You need not worry about system requirements either, for these types of games don't really demand much from your system.
Frogster are pleased to announce that the next expansion to the third chapter of Runes of Magic due in late June will bring with it a selection of new features to Chapter III – The Elder Kingdoms. The Update “Warnorken Castle” integrates, amongst others, over 100 virtual pets with a range of new functions.
Last week, Perfect World Entertainment unveiled their gaming lineup for this year’s E3 including Forsaken World, which will be shown as a playable demo for the first time in North America, as well as Heroes of Three Kingdoms and Battle of the Immortals. If that’s not enticing enough, they forget to mention that they’ll be having two professional cosplayers for Forsaken World at their booth!
Ntreev USA announced that it will launch the 2010 World Championship Party to celebrate the Soccer World Championship.
Trading in-game items and currency for cash is a story we MMO gamers are all too familiar with. It may be through legal means (buying premium items from the game publishers) or the alternative, (buying items from third-party groups or players) trading cyber items for cold hard cash is already part of an MMO's daily routine. The only way for game publishers to protect themselves from players taking the alternate route, and getting their characters rich through third parties, is the game's End-User License Agreement (EULA) where it explicitly says that players who have been caught doing Real Money Transactions (RMTs) will have their accounts permanently banned.
Players can get a glimpse at the next three Awakenings for high-level characters in Dungeon Fighter Online before they join the fight when the game launches on June 9. Nexon America released a video featuring these new Awakenings - Soul Reaper, Hellcat and Machinist - in action. Each Awakening offers new powerful skills.
Nexon America's first appearance at the E3 Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center will include playable demonstrations of three next-generation free-to-play games - Vindictus, Dragon Nest and Dungeon Fighter Online. The Nexon booth, No. 635 in the South Hall, will also host actress and former Sports Illustrated swimsuit model, Michelle Lombardo, hot new game videos, fun giveaways and an opportunity for attendees to learn about the new games from Nexon staff.
The LEGO Group and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced a distribution partnership for LEGO Universe, releasing the second half of 2010. LEGO Universe will be the first MMOG - massively-multiplayer online game - based on the LEGO play experience for gamers of all ages. Under the deal, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment will be the exclusive retail distributor of LEGO Universe outside of LEGO channels.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced that Turbine, Inc. will unveil a major update this fall, making The Lord of the Rings Online (LOTRO) free-to-play for everyone. Extending its award-winning story, LOTRO delivers the ultimate adventure featuring a massive world with state-of-the-art graphics and gameplay, and a rich set of features that until now could only be found in premium subscription-based online games.