Neverwinter has clear links back to the lessons Cryptic Studios has learned with their previous titles.
Hey, remember that Warhammer 40K MMO that was going to be published by THQ and was being developed by Vigil Games? No? That’s okay, few people do.
Back in January an anonymous source made a number of claims about City of Heroes’ / Villains’ performance to MMORPG.com, so let’s see how they stack up.
Would anyone notice is a new F2P was pulled by its publisher off Steam? Apparently not many would.
Blur once again brings the cinematic goods.
Two things I wanted to quickly cover: Bullet Run, Wizardry Online and SOE; then Mark Jacob’s Not-DAOC Camelot Unchained.
Predicting what is going to happen to the Western MMO market in 2013 seems a lot harder than doing the same for 2012. But when it comes to random guessing about stuff I only half understand, I’m going to give it my best shot.
At the end of 2011 I made a set of predictions about MMOs and the MMO industry. This is a pretty common thing to do, but I also feel I should own my predictions and actually check how accurate they were
Someone else may have written this thought before, but it is new to me at the moment so I’m going to treat it as original.
A few years ago, when everyone was charging box costs and subscription fees, buy-to-play (B2P) stood out as being different. In today’s market, TSW’s approach to B2P is possibly the worst of all worlds.