It's the moment players have all been waiting for. gamigo and Reakktor Media have given the green light for closed beta testing of the space action MMOG "Black Prophecy". The virtual universe is now open to a select crew of daring pilots looking to join the Genide or Tyi factions.
With the 'Dungeon of Dalanis' Frogster introduces the first new dungeon for six players to be included in the main release of Runes of Magic 'Chapter III - The Elder Kingdoms' this May.
Realtime Worlds, Inc. and Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS), today announced that APB (All Points BulletinTM) will be released for the PC on June 29th in North America, July 1st in mainland Europe and July 2nd in the UK. APB takes the universal theme of Criminals and Enforcers and brings it to a persistent, open-world, online multiplayer setting in the modern, crime-ridden fictional city of San Paro. Some players will achieve notoriety by feeding on the city, its people and its businesses...the Criminals. Some will live by a higher code and instead feed on the criminals and their organizations...the Enforcers. This dynamic where players become the core content for other players is one of the many unique features of APB.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have your friends work for you? Now you can find out when you play Lords Online.
Browser based games are definitely taking it to the next level. From text-based adventures, to interactive Diner Dash remakes, the line between application games and browser based ones is starting to vanish. Neverland Online is perhaps the most impressive Browser based MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game) I've ever seen. Maybe cause' it plays exactly like an actual application game which used to be an unreachable goal for last gen's browser games. Much like your average MMO, you log in, take quests, adventure and meet people in a persistent fantasy world. Believe me when I say that I have never seen anything like this in my mundane life. What we have right here serves as a fine example of what browser based games may achieve in the future. Not convinced? Let's dive in and see! OFF TO NEVERLAND!
The Great Merchant is a 2D MMORPG that centers on commerce and battle as its primary game play. The game is set in an East Asian scenario where you get to travel to various countries such as Japan, Taiwan, China and Korea. The adventure system is similar to Atlantica online in this regard where the game maps are based on real geographical locations.
As the MMO meta grows further, more and more types of game play have been exploited to cater to the wide variety of gamers. Fighting games are no exception when it comes to the revolution of the MMO genre, you'd think they're bound to take every last game type out there. Anyway, Rumble Fighter Online is a Massively Multiplayer Online Fighting Game (MMOFG--- errr maybe I just made that up) that uses the isometric bird's eye view system much like any beat em' up fighting games like Bleach (PS2), Powerstone, and Thrill Kill. The only difference is (aside from the whole MMO factor), Rumble Fighter Online lets EIGHT (yes eight) players battle it out in one stage/arena.
Darkwind, the multiplayer on-line turn based strategy war game continues to receive positive media reviews in both indie and mainstream press. The latest features to the game are Factions and Squad Combat Leagues which offer a completely new dimension to the game with an emphasis on consensual PvP play.
Remember when MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online) women were as covered as the armored knights of Final Fantasy? Sexy yet wholesome, games never featured voluptuous women in such a fashion. Tifa had huge knockers, but you really don't see them squiggling around the way Tomonobu Itagaki (creator of Dead or Alive, a game dedicated to boob jiggling) sees fit. I am not merely talking about the games themselves but their methods of advertising as well, which has changed so much over time.
Gala-Net, Inc., a leading free-to-play online game publisher, announced today the upcoming release of Allods Online V6: Edge of the Astral. This patch features key enhancements and changes, such as improved chat and trade functions and additional PvE and PvP content.
Last week Frogster disabled the ability to trade Diamonds for gold using the Runes of Magic auction house. In this statement they informed their players that this measure was necessary to combat the growing hold “gold sellers” were having of the in game economy.