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San Diego Comic-Con Highlight Reel

Star Wars: The Old Republic - Columns

A lot of Star Wars: The Old Republic fans were very happy with the news coming out of last week's San Diego Comic-Con. Some were not, particularly in light of some controversial topics that came up. That said, Community Manager Mike Bitton has dissected all of the SWTOR news out of Comic-Con and brings you the Star Wars: The Old Republic Comic-Con Highlight Reel. Check it out and then let us know what you think!Posted Jul 27, 2011 by Michael Bitton

Browser Games Ascending

General - Columns

In today's Devil's Advocate column,'s Drew Wood dons his horns and picks up his sharpened pitchfork to take on the (seemingly) age-old argument that browser-based titles aren't worthy of inclusion in the MMO genre. See why Drew thinks that that assessment is all wet and then leap into the discussion to voice your opinion.Posted Jul 27, 2011 by Drew Wood

UO is Getting Old

Ultima Online - Editorials

Adam Tingle is taking the plunge into some of the genre's most venerable titles available, and finding out if they truly still have what it takes to compete. For the inaugural issue, Adam journeys back to Ultima Online to see just how much life the old bird has left.Posted Jul 26, 2011 by Adam Tingle

More from the Crystal Ball

General - Columns's resident swami, Richard Aihoshi, has once again gazed into the crystal ball conveniently located on his desk between mouse and keyboard. In it he has divined a pair of new predictions for the online gaming world that he'd like to share. Check out The Free Zone and see what Richard's prognostications. Posted Jul 26, 2011 by Richard Aihoshi

One Hell of a Browser MMO - General Articles

Some folks summarily dismiss games if they're called 'browser-based' but Managing Editor Bill Murphy says a proverbial "Wait a second, pardner!" Bill's just returned from a stint in Gunshine and he's got a ton to say about what he calls "One Hell of a Browser MMO". Find out why and then let us know what you think in the comments below.Posted Jul 26, 2011 by William Murphy

Into the Wild Blue Yonder with Ripper X

ACE Online - General Articles

Ripper X is at it again with his first impressions of the aerial combat MMO, ACE Online. See what Ripper discovered in the wild blue yonder of ACE Online by watching his first impressions video.Posted Jul 26, 2011 by Ripper X

Spell Effects Better Than Fireworks

TERA - Media

Welcome to the latest installment of our continuing series, TERA Tuesday. has partnered with TERA devs and En Masse to bring you the best TERA screens on the Net. This week, we feature three screens featuring some of the most awesome spell effects seen to date! Check them out in our TERA: July Screens feature.Posted Jul 26, 2011

Jul 25, 2011 Newsletter

General - Newsletters

In Issue 295 of the Newsletter, we look at Star Wars: The Old Republic and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Jul 25, 2011 by Michael Bitton

Caught Between Heaven & Hell

Faxion Online - Review

In our latest review,'s Robert Fooks takes a look at one of the more innovative titles to arrive on the gaming scene, Faxion Online. Robert has a lot to say about Faxion Online including the fact that those inhabiting cardboard boxes in real life will feel quite at home in Faxion's game world. Check out Robert's review and then let us know what you think.Posted Jul 25, 2011 by Robert Fooks

Five Reasons to Crave Guild Wars 2

Guild Wars 2 - Columns Industry Relations Manager Garrett Fuller takes on The List this week with a few reasons why many of us are waiting on baited breath for the arrival of Guild Wars 2. Among the legion of exciting features that Guild Wars 2 brings to the table is the fact that Everyone Can Heal and this is one aspect that Garrett examines. Read on to see if Garrett picked your reason for craving Guild Wars 2.Posted Jul 25, 2011 by Garrett Fuller

Juggling Skeletons As a Teleporting Vampire

Rusty Hearts - General Articles Managing Editor Bill Murphy had the opportunity to juggle skeletons and to kick the ever-lasting crap out of creepy crawlies during a foray into the Rusty Hearts closed beta. He's got some thoughts to share about the glories of being a teleporting vampire that you do not want to miss. Read on!Posted Jul 25, 2011 by William Murphy

Taking On The WoW Clone Argument

Rift - Columns

One of the most common statements launched by so-called naysayers when speaking of Trion Worlds' Rift is that "it's a WoW clone". In a new column centered around Rift,'s Phil James takes a look at that statement and weighs in with his thoughts. See what Phil has to say about Rift and then be sure to let us know what you're thinking in the comments below.Posted Jul 25, 2011 by Phil James

Story of the Week: Star Wars Makes Some Moves

Star Wars: The Old Republic - Editorials

The Story of the Week may be a no-brainer, but that doesn't stop Bill Murphy from chatting about it and recapping the events. Star Wars: The Old Republic has its pre-order all lined up and ready for fanatical consumption, and it's definitely generating some buzz.Posted Jul 23, 2011 by William Murphy

Can We Talk... Again?

General - Columns's Isabelle Parsley discusses gaming communication (voice chat included!) in this week's Player Perspectives.Posted Jul 22, 2011 by Isabelle Parsley

The Trial System Concerns

ArcheAge - Editorials

Garrett Fuller takes a look at the buzz generated by ArcheAge, and questions whether the game's sandbox systems such as player trials really can work in practice. Posted Jul 22, 2011 by Garrett Fuller

The Birth of a Lancer

TERA - Developer Journals

TERA writer Bridget McKenna gives us an exclusive inside look at the birth of one of the game's most revered classes: the Lancer.Posted Jul 22, 2011

Guild Sores: How'd That Get in There?

General - Media

In's very own webcomic Guild Sores, this week David North takes a look at the silly loot we find in MMO creatures.Posted Jul 22, 2011 by David North

Earth Eternal Returns!

Earth Eternal - Announcements

A lot of excitement coming out of the internet today as the announcement that Earth Eternal was on its way back to the North American market. Outblaze and TurnOut Ventures made the announcement exclusively through this morning, now you can check out the entire press release right here.Posted Jul 21, 2011

The Same But Different

Secret World Legends - Interviews

In this week's The Secret World column, Bill Murphy takes a look at the recent gameplay videos to come from EA's Summer Showcase and puts them through the analyzer that is his goofy mind. Find out why Bill thinks The Secret World is headed down the right path towards success.Posted Jul 21, 2011 by William Murphy

Is Story Necessary in MMORPGs?

General - Editorials

In this week's column, Managing Editor Bill Murphy takes a look at the recent focus on story-telling in today's upcoming MMOs and whether or not that's a good thing for the industry as a whole.Posted Jul 21, 2011 by William Murphy