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Star Wars: The Old Republic - General Articles's Carolyn Koh had the opportunity to attend last week's Comic-Con in San Diego, CA. As part of her schedule, Carolyn sat in on the Star Wars: The Old Republic panel. After the heralded announcement about space combat, the panel spent time discussing the story in The Old Republic with new information about quests and companions.Posted Jul 26, 2010 by Carolyn Koh

Interview with Producer Brian Knox

TERA - Interviews

TERA: The Exiled Realm of Arborea is one of the most highly-anticipated MMOs set to release in the next year or so. writer, Michael Lafferty, recently had the chance to sit down and talk with TERA producer Brian Knox about the challenges faced by the development team and how those challenges are being met. Read on!Posted Jul 23, 2010

38 Studios Comic Con Panel

General - General Articles

Comic-Con 2010 has kicked off in San Diego and correspondent, Carolyn Koh, had the opportunity to sit in on the 38 Studios Panel discussion. 38 Studios' Curt Schilling, author R.A. Salvatore, Ken Rolston and Todd McFarlane were on hand to discuss the just-announced RPG, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning. Of course, KoA has implications for the MMO Copernicus, as the two games reside in the same game universe.Posted Jul 23, 2010 by Carolyn Koh

MMOs and Storytelling

General - Columns

In this week's Player Perspectives column,'s Jaime Skelton talks about the importance of storytelling in any game. But do MMOs tell the story in a way that leads players to discover things on their own, to feel like they are truly immersed in the story? Find out what Jaime thinks in her compelling article.Posted Jul 23, 2010 by Jaime Skelton

Hands On with the Gnarled Forest

LEGO Universe - Previews writer Bill Murphy recently had the opportunity for a hands-on look at LEGO Universe and its Gnarled Forest. The Gnarled Forest is one of the many 'themed islands' that make up the LEGO Universe. Check out Bill's zone preview!Posted Jul 22, 2010 by William Murphy

Dissecting the Acronym: RPG

General - Editorials

In his column this week, MMORPG managing editor Jon Wood takes apart the acronym "RPG". As he states, the way one interprets the meaning of those three letters determines what is expected from an MMO-RPG. See if you agree with Jon's thoughts about what RPG means. Posted Jul 22, 2010 by Jon Wood

NOX Audio Specialist Review

General - Hardware Reviews

In this week's hardware review, correspondent Carolyn Koh takes on the NOX Audio Specialist headset. As the 'new kid on the block', NOX has a lot to prove. Does the Audio Specialist headset make the cut? Find out in Carolyn Koh's comprehensive report.Posted Jul 22, 2010 by Carolyn Koh

Comic-Con Expectations

Star Wars: The Old Republic - Editorials Community Manager Michael Bitton has some thoughts about what folks attending this week's Comic Con in San Diego, CA might find out about Star Wars: The Old Republic. What will Bioware be bringing in its bag of goodies to show off to convention attendees? See what Mike thinks people will see in his Comic-Con Expectations article.Posted Jul 21, 2010 by Michael Bitton

Death Rifts: A Rot Upon the Land

Rift - Developer Journals

Death rifts are the subject of a new lore article from the Rift: Planes of Telara development team. Death rifts are gateways to the planes of doom where the spectres, mummies and lichs wander hopelessly. Find out more about these blighted planes and the dangers that await the unwary.Posted Jul 21, 2010

MMORTS 101: Class is in Session – End of Nations Overview

End of Nations - Developer Journals

End of Nations is an MMORTS currently in development at Petroglyph Games. Co-Founder & Chief Creative Director Joe Bostick kicks off the inaugural End of Nations developer diary here at with an examination of the defining characteristics of an MMORTS. The bell has rung and class has begun. Don't miss MMORTS 101.Posted Jul 21, 2010

Five Reasons to Avoid Beta

General - Columns

In this week's The List, columnist Bill Murphy takes on beta testing and gives five compelling reasons why folks should avoid it like the plague. Agree or disagree, Bill's column is sure to start an excellent conversation.Posted Jul 20, 2010 by William Murphy

38 Studios: Kingdoms of Amalur

General - General Articles

38 Studios has finally announced the title of its single player RPG formerly known as 'Project Mercury'. Called Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, the first cinematic trailer is set to debut on July 22nd. has a wrap up of the announcement and a few thoughts about Kingdoms of Amalur.Posted Jul 20, 2010 by Jon Wood

LARP & Player Generated Content

General - Columns

In this week's column, writer Angie Webb tackles LARP, or Live Action Role Playing and the tie-in with MMOs. Angie calls "LARPers" the "geekiest of the geeks in the gamer world". She's got some fascinating thoughts about LARP, MMOs and player generated content. Check it out!Posted Jul 20, 2010 by Angie Webb

Jul 19, 2010 Newsletter

General - Newsletters

In Issue 242 of the Newsletter we introduce you to our new sister site, Game on Mac, and take a look at all the news from the world of MMOs.Posted Jul 19, 2010 by Michael Bitton

Questioning Cataclysm: A Look at Mount Hyjal

World of Warcraft - Previews

In this week's World of Warcraft: Cataclysm preview,'s Garrett Fuller takes a look at the Mount Hyjal zone. Mount Hyjal is probably the area that most level 80s will want to head to on the expansion's release. Find out what Garrett discovered about Mount Hyjal in his Cataclysm preview.Posted Jul 19, 2010 by Garrett Fuller

Three Positive Influences From Casual And Social

General - Columns

In this week's Free Zone column, writer Richard Aihoshi talks about the positives coming out of the causual and social gaming trends. It is his belief that there are more positives than negatives. See if you agree by reading Richard Aihoshi's Free Zone.Posted Jul 19, 2010 by Richard Aihoshi

Disciples of the Hand Pt. 2

Final Fantasy XIV - Previews

Last week, correspondent Thomas Allegood wrote a preview of some of the crafting professions in Final Fantasy XIV, members of the Disciples of the Hand. He continues the crafting preview with a look at the Goldsmith, the Armourer, and the Woodworker.Posted Jul 19, 2010 by Thomas Allegood

All I'm Asking...

General - Columns

In this week's Player Perspectives, correspondent Jaime Skelton discusses her wish to see MMOs become less 'vanilla' and more 'edgy'. Jaime's got what some would consider to be controversial ideas about how MMOs can grow and evolve into something new and innovative. See what she's got in mind!Posted Jul 16, 2010 by Jaime Skelton

Sword 2 First Impressions

General - General Articles's Bill Murphy has been spending some time playing Sword 2 and has some first impressions to share with those curious as to how the game plays. While Bill hasn't taken on the new political PvP system yet, he's got some thoughts about the K2 Network (GamersFirst) game that you won't want to miss.Posted Jul 16, 2010 by William Murphy

New F2P Screens

Lord of the Rings Online - Media

Turbine has sent out several new screens from the upcoming free to play version of Lord of the Rings Online. The first group give players a look at the new 'locked quest' icon that will indicate a 'pay to play' quest line within the game.Posted Jul 15, 2010