Recently, Managing Editor Jon Wood visited the offices of The Chronicles of Spellborn in The Netherlands. Today, we present an article about the use of sound in the game as Jon sat down with Sound Designer Matthew Florianz.
Posted May 10, 2007 by Jon Wood
The folks over at The Chronicles of Spellborn have provided us with 9 new screenshots for our viewing pleasure. These screens come to us as a part of our weekly series of Chronicles of Spellborn features.Posted May 10, 2007
Staff Writer Jeremy Star continues his ever-growing series of hardware reviews as he looks at the new G5 mouse from Logitech.
Posted May 9, 2007 by Jeremy Star
This week, we look at Pirates of the Burning Sea, an EverQuest review and more!Posted May 8, 2007 by Keith Cross
Pirates of the Burning Sea Producer, John Scott Tynes, delivers yet another new Developer Journal to MMORPG.com. This time, John gives us a look at a Producer's Blog entry that was previously only available to players in the game's beta, now made public for everyone!
Posted May 8, 2007
Carolyn Koh takes an in-depth look at one of the genre's hallmark games as she gives us her impressions of EverQuest as it stands for players today.
Posted May 7, 2007 by Carolyn Koh
Jon-Enee Merriex, a Game Master for K2 Network's Sword of the New World, stops by to give us this developer journal highlighting the game's "Multi-Character Control" feature.
Posted May 4, 2007
This week, we look at an old EVE Online Review, The Chronicles of Spellborn and more!Posted May 3, 2007 by Jon Wood
The folks over at Funcom's Age of Conan have provided us with a new Developer Profile Q&A. This time around, AI Designer Haluk Diriker answers our questions as we get to know the folks behind their highly anticipated game.
Posted May 3, 2007
Recently, Managing Editor Jon Wood visited the offices of The Chronicles of Spellborn in The Netherlands. Today, we kick off a series of articles from that trip with an introduction to TCoS and some of the innovative features that are promised from this upcoming MMORPG.
Posted May 2, 2007 by Jon Wood
This week, Dan Fortier muses about the idea of playing a genuinely evil character in an MMORPG.
Posted May 1, 2007 by Dan Fortier
MMORPG.com's Community Manager, Laura Genender, writes this editorial exploring the world of guilds and game content in MMORPGs.
Posted Apr 27, 2007 by Laura Genender
Dan Fortier returns this week for a special Friday edition of MMOWTF. This time around, Dan tackles the idea of player created mods and the possibilities for MMORPG gaming.
Posted Apr 27, 2007 by Dan Fortier
On the 23rd of April, Carolyn Koh attended one of five launch parties being held across the United States to celebrate the launch of Turbine's Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar. The party was held, appropriately, at GameStop.
Posted Apr 26, 2007 by Carolyn Koh
Tabula Rasa, when it launches, is going to be a unique MMORPG with many diffferent elements and features. Today, two more of the mysterious symbols have been translated.
Posted Apr 26, 2007 by Jon Wood
Every now and then, we like to take a look at an RPG that has some kind of multiplayer function. Even though they may not be classified as true MMORPGs, they can sometimes provide a fun and interesting diversion. In this article, Hasani Davis takes a look at Two Worlds, a new RPG out of Poland.Posted Apr 25, 2007 by Hasani Davis
Staff Writer Donna Desborough writes this European First Look at LotRO based on her play time in the game's beta and in the European pre-order pre-launch.
Posted Apr 24, 2007 by Donna Desborough
Staff Writer Jeremy Star takes an in-depth look at Bigfoot Network's Killer K1 NIC.Posted Apr 23, 2007 by Jeremy Star
This week, we look at Age of Conan, an archived review of Final Fantasy XI, and more!Posted Apr 20, 2007 by Jon Wood
Grantley Day, the Vice President of Product Development for Sword of the New World, pens this short developer journal that gives us an overview of the game.
Posted Apr 20, 2007