Guild Wars (GW) offers perhaps one of the best Player Versus Player experiences around. Whether you're a casual gamer who can only play for twenty minutes, or a hard core MMORPG nut who loves to game for hours on end, ArenaNet's buy-to-play MMORPG will suit you.
The Open Beta for Dragon Oath begins running today and thousands of the early entrants into the Closed Beta are marveling at their initial experiences with the game.
Nearly a month and 10,000 registered players later, Neverland Online is slated to begin Phase 2 Open Beta on November 13.
Life itself can be an MMO. It has a large playerbase, you can gain experience, I'm sure you know what I'm talking about. Although life is the same as any MMO, it's quite hard to level up in real life, so here's a bunch of pointers to help you fix your stats.
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Pardus is a graphics-based browser online game that puts you in the seat of a space pilot making his way in Space. Your goal is to eventually get to the point where you are now piloting the biggest ships and being the biggest name in the known Pardus Universe.
Nexon America’s FPS Combat Arms is about more than just shooting at other players, it’s also about blowing them up.
First of all, being compared to the most successful MMORPG on the market, is not the worst thing that can happen. There are certain features in MMOs that evolved as standard features for games like this. Of course players are used to it and when they play new games they see the similarities.
Today Mytheon released the first details and screenshots focusing on three of the many unique environments in the game.
Sudden Attack pretty much picks up where Counterstrike left off. The game has earned a wide audience in Korea, and just like any game that hits a certain level of popularity, the MMOFPS (Massively Multiplayer Online First Person Shooter) was taken to other countries to hook more fans.
OnRPG journalist gives us a news roundup about all the happenings in MMO land.