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Dark Age of Camelot Features

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  • Summer Snapshots

    Let's try playing a little game. I'll pose a bunch of topics and provide my thoughts on each. You're invited to do the same. The only stipulation is that the word snapshot in the sub-head means there's a limit of 100 words per subject. Are you up for it? I guess we'll see soon enough. Here's your chance to join me in offering quick takes on Firefall, Destiny, WoW: Warlords of Draenor, WildStar, ArcheAge and which MMOGs may be approaching their sunsets.

    Posted on 08/05/2014 by Richard Aihoshi
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More Recent Features

  • The Top 5 Hardcore MMORPGs

    Last week I covered the best casual MMORPGs, so it was only fitting that we shift our gaze this week towards the most hardcore games the genre has to offer. I define hardcore to mean games that are inherently designed to be difficult, unforgiving, and intense by design. By this definition, they just don’t make MMOs like they used to.

    Posted on 06/09/2014 by David Jagneaux
  • RIP Mythic

    It's not my fault. Mythic's closing, which was revealed last week, did not come about due to any curse associated with me. Admittedly, I've written quite a bit about the studio and its projects. I can say the same thing about Origin, NetDevil, Artifact Entertainment, Nival, Cryptic, Destination Games and more. That all of these are now either gone completely or substantially changed from what they were is, I assure you, purely coincidental.

    Posted on 06/03/2014 by Richard Aihoshi
  • My Most Memorable MMOGs

    It's approaching two decades since I started writing about the massively multiplayer category. I don't recall the exact date or even which title was the first I covered, but since then, I've played hundreds for at least a few hours each, and seen lots more. Recently, I was asked which ones I most remember. While this question may seem simple enough, it took me a fair bit of time and thought to answer.

    Posted on 05/20/2014 by Richard Aihoshi
  • Broadsword Online: What It Means For UO & DAOC

    Last week, EA and Mythic announced a partnership agreement with indie studio Broadsword Online Gaming to take over the development side of both Ultima Online and Dark Age of Camelot. We caught up with the team to find out what that means for two of the genre's most beloved titles.

    Posted on 02/10/2014 by Garrett Fuller
  • Why No HD Remakes?

    There are a lot of aging MMOs that are skipped over by many players simply because they lack a graphical look for today's world. In our latest Tingle's Touchy Subjects, we take a look at the need for HD remakes of some of the genre's classic titles. Read on before heading to the comments to leave your thoughts.

    Posted on 11/22/2013 by Adam Tingle
  • Wayback Wednesday: DAoC Finale

    For the final time, Rob Lashley sits down for quality game time with the Dark Age of Camelot team in this week's Wayback Wednesday. See what they did to wrap up this epic series and then head to the comments to chat.

    Posted on 04/24/2013 by Robert Lashley
  • Wayback Wednesday - Rolling Albion in DAOC

    Wayback Wednesday is back with another fantastic game session and interview with the Dark Age of Camelot team. This is the eleventh episode and the team is ready for some RvR game play. See how it all panned out and then let us know what you think in the comments.

    Posted on 03/21/2013 by Robert Lashley
  • Wayback Wednesday with DAOC

    This week's Wayback Wednesday features another terrific trip into the realms of Dark Age of Camelot. During this event, Rob was joined by Associate Producer Talal Saad, and Game Designer John Thornhill, all of whom have finally made it to Molvik. See what adventures awaited and then leave us your thoughts in the comments.

    Posted on 02/28/2013 by Robert Lashley
  • Wayback Wednesday - Rolling Albion

    In our latest Wayback Wednesday, we once again check in with Dark Age of Camelot and turn our eyes to Albion. Find out what went down during Wayback Wednesday and then leave us your thoughts in the comments.

    Posted on 01/16/2013 by Robert Lashley

Editorial

  • Naming Your MMO Baby

    There's no question that most of us identify with our online MMO characters. To that end, the name we choose generally -means- something to us. In a new editorial today, we take a look at how and why we name our 'babies' as we do. Read on!

    Posted on 01/31/2012 by Christina Gonzalez

Previews

  • E3 Look Forward

    We get some brief insights into what is on tap.

    Posted on 05/15/2006 by Dana Massey
  • New Expansion: Darkness Rising

    Coming live from the floor of the 2005 E3 Expo we have some information on the announcement that Mythic is developing another expansion for Dark Age of Camelot titled "Darkness Rising".

    Posted on 05/20/2005 by Reed Hubbard
  • Dark Age of Camelot Battles On!

    Dana Massey recently took a trip to Mythic Entertainment for a press gathering to show off their new title Imperator and to talk about what is new and forthcoming in Dark Age of Camelot.

    Posted on 04/04/2005 by Dana Massey
  • Visit To Mythic - A Look At Catacombs & Imperator

    Reed Hubbard recently took a trip to tour Mythic Entertainment and get a "behind-the-scenes" look at the upcoming Catacombs expansion for Dark Age of Camelot. Also included is a quick peek at their upcoming sci-fi MMORPG "Imperator".

    Posted on 11/23/2004 by Reed Hubbard
  • Inconnu Domain Concept Art

    Mythic Entertainment has released some concept art of Inconnu Domain - an area beneath the lands of Albion.

    Posted on 08/30/2004 by Craig McGregor
  • Kobold City Concept Art

    Mythic Entertainment recently released some concept art depicting what the Kobold City will look like. We have setup a feature to show you these ten unique images.

    Posted on 08/13/2004 by Craig McGregor

Interviews

  • Broadsword Online: What It Means For UO & DAOC

    Last week, EA and Mythic announced a partnership agreement with indie studio Broadsword Online Gaming to take over the development side of both Ultima Online and Dark Age of Camelot. We caught up with the team to find out what that means for two of the genre's most beloved titles.

    Posted on 02/10/2014 by Garrett Fuller
  • Wayback Wednesday - Rolling Albion in DAOC

    Wayback Wednesday is back with another fantastic game session and interview with the Dark Age of Camelot team. This is the eleventh episode and the team is ready for some RvR game play. See how it all panned out and then let us know what you think in the comments.

    Posted on 03/21/2013 by Robert Lashley
  • Wayback Wednesday with DAOC

    This week's Wayback Wednesday features another terrific trip into the realms of Dark Age of Camelot. During this event, Rob was joined by Associate Producer Talal Saad, and Game Designer John Thornhill, all of whom have finally made it to Molvik. See what adventures awaited and then leave us your thoughts in the comments.

    Posted on 02/28/2013 by Robert Lashley
  • Wayback Wednesday with DAOC

    Once again, we present Wayback Wednesday, our recap of a great event held last week with the Dark Age of Camelot team. This time, the group heads into the Cathal Valley for fun and adventure. Check it out and then let us know what you think in the comments.

    Posted on 12/19/2012 by Robert Lashley
  • Way Back Wednesday with RvR Action

    This week, Grakulen and the Dark Age of Camelot team venture back into the game for the sixth time. During their latest escapade, the group went head on into some RvR action in the Molvik battleground. Check out the written recap and the visual action in our latest feature! Let us know what you think in the comments.

    Posted on 09/19/2012 by Robert Lashley
  • Wayback Wednesday - DAOC Stomping

    In this week's Wayback Wednesday, we take you on the fifth excursion into the world of Dark Age of Camelot. Series regulars Kai Schober, BioWare Mythic Senior Community Manager, and Talal Saad, BioWare Mythic Developer for DAoC all make their triumphant return to show off the epic game. Check it out!

    Posted on 08/15/2012 by Robert Lashley
  • Wayback Wednesday with DAOC

    Grakulen scored another opportunity to play and chat with the Dark Age of Camelot team during last week's Wayback Wednesday. We've got the full write up and the video to show off what they did during the event. Check it out!

    Posted on 06/13/2012 by Robert Lashley
  • Wayback Wednesday with DAoC Devs

    This past week on Wayback Wednesday Grakulen had the opportunity to sit down with special guests Kai Schober and John Thornhill to play Dark Age of Camelot. Kai is the Community Manager with BioWare/Mythic and handles all Mythic properties including DAoC. John is a designer with BioWare and has been a member of the Camelot team for the past three and a half years he is also a DAoC player for the past 9 years.

    Posted on 04/11/2012 by Robert Lashley
  • The 10 Year Interview

    Dark Age of Camelot recently celebrated its tenth anniversary, a veritable lifetime in the Internet Age. We had the opportunity to sit down to chat with Producer Stuart Zissu and discuss all things DAoC. Keep reading and then share your thoughts in the comments.

    Posted on 01/04/2012 by Garrett Fuller
  • Jeff Hickman on WAR, DAoC and the Future

    MMORPG.com's Garrett Fuller had the opportunity to speak with EA Mythic's Jeff Hickman after his presentation at AGDC. In this interview, Hickman discusses the future of MMOs, mistakes with WAR and hints at a possible rejuvenation of Dark Age of Camelot.

    Posted on 09/22/2009 by Garrett Fuller
  • Dev Profile: Lori Hyrup

    Lroi is an Associate Producer on Dark Age of Camelot concludes our DAoC run of developer profiles. Check back next week for more.

    Posted on 10/19/2006 by
  • Dev Profile: Howard Marans

    In our latest developer profile, Garrett Fuller speaks to Howard Marans, an Associate Producer on Dark Age of Camelot.

    Posted on 10/12/2006 by
  • Dev Profile: Matt Kidder

    We talk to another kind of game developer.

    Posted on 09/21/2006 by
  • Dev Profile: Matt Weathers

    We chat it up with this Mythic artist to find out his path to the industry.

    Posted on 08/24/2006 by
  • Labyrinth of the Minotaur

    We quiz Sanya Thomas about the just-announced expansion.

    Posted on 08/21/2006 by Dana Massey
  • Dev Profile: DJ Larkin, Content Developer

    To go with today's podcast, find out what goes into being a content designer at EA Mythic.

    Posted on 08/18/2006 by
  • Matt Firor, Formerly of Mythic Ent.

    Matt Firor recently left Mythic Entertainment after years as the Executive Producer. Find out why and what he is up to now.

    Posted on 08/07/2006 by Dana Massey
  • Conversation with Mark Jacobs

    In advance of tomorrow's Game/On Interview, we give you a sneak peak at what Mark Jacobs had to say.

    Posted on 07/13/2006 by Dana Massey
  • Dev Profile: Walt Yarbrough

    We bring you another peek behind the curtain, this time with the Producer of Dark Age of Camelot.

    Posted on 03/20/2006 by Dana Massey
  • Mythic Entertainment Q&A

    Sanya Thomas answers our questions about the dropping of Imperator, Warhammer Online and what all those old Imperator developers are working on.

    Posted on 08/10/2005 by Dana Massey
  • Interview With Matt Firor - Executive Producer & VP of Development

    We had the opportunity to speak with Matt Firor, Executive Producer and Vice President of Development for Mythic. Along with current and future plans for Dark Age of Camelot, Matt was kind enough to share information regarding Imperator, Mythic's Roman-themed persistent world currently in development.

    Posted on 08/31/2004 by Reed Hubbard

Media

  • First Impressions Overview

    Ripper X visits Dark Age of Camelot for a basic overview of the game from the Hybernia realm perspective. Ripper rolls a Ranger and goes into the basic of DAOC and the massive amount of content the game has to offer. Check out Dark Age of Camelot: First Impressions Overview.

    Posted on 11/09/2011 by Ripper X
  • Darkness Rising Images

    Mythic has sent along three images from Darkness Rising; one screenshot and two pieces of art.

    Posted on 09/12/2005 by Dana Massey
  • Darkness Rising Trailer

    An MMORPG.com exclusive, this trailer is a first peek inside the world of Darkness Rising, the latest expansion to Dark Age of Camelot.

    Posted on 08/23/2005 by Dana Massey

General Article

  • 10 Years of RVR

    It's hard to believe but Dark Age of Camelot is celebrating its tenth anniversary. MMORPG.com's Lori May is taking a look at the recent anniversary events going on and all the changes that have been implemented over the years in DAoC. See what Lori has to say and then leave us your thoughts and memories about DAoC in the comments.

    Posted on 11/09/2011 by Lori May
  • What if... Dark Age of Camelot 2

    MMORPG.com's Garrett Fuller writes this article about the possibility of a follow-up to Mythic's first RvR MMO, and what he would like to see included therein.

    Posted on 05/10/2010 by Garrett Fuller
  • EA Mythic Press Event: Campaigns and More!

    Managing Editor Jon Wood and News Editor Garrett Fuller recently traveled to Fairfax VA for an informative EA Mythic press event. Today, Garrett tells us what the future holds for the former Mythic Entertainment's flagship game, Dark Age of Camelot.

    Posted on 01/29/2007 by
  • Expansion Preview, EA & Salvatore!

    We took in the Dark Age of Camelot Roundtable in Las Vegas, Nevada last week. There, we learned about Labyrinth of the Minotaur, the upcoming expansion, heard a keynote from R.A. Salvatore and talked to Walt Yarbrough about EA and their impact.

    Posted on 10/05/2006 by Dana Massey
  • Las Vegas Roundtable Report

    Mythic packed up and trucked to Las Vegas for their semi-annual roundtable event. This year, they invited the press for the biggest one to date.

    Posted on 09/28/2005 by Dana Massey

Progress Reports

  • AGC: Game Update

    Internet Relations Manager Sanya Thomas and Producer Walt Yarborough talk shop at AGC.

    Posted on 10/29/2005 by Dana Massey

Podcast

  • Game / On: December 2005

    Better late than never! Here is the December podcast featuring an interview with Sanya and Walt from Mythic and exclusive music by Jesper Kyd from The Chronicles of Spellborn.

    Posted on 01/02/2006 by Dana Massey

Event Blog

  • Jeff Hickman: Kickin' It at Gencon

    Bioware Mythic Executive Producer, Jeff Hickman, is MMORPG.com's man on the floor at the 2010 Gencon in Indianapolis, Indiana. Jeff is keeping tabs on all that's happening at the annual convention and we've got his first blog report. Check it out and find out what's happening at GenCon!

    Posted on 08/06/2010 by Guest Writer

Column

  • The Top 5 Hardcore MMORPGs

    Last week I covered the best casual MMORPGs, so it was only fitting that we shift our gaze this week towards the most hardcore games the genre has to offer. I define hardcore to mean games that are inherently designed to be difficult, unforgiving, and intense by design. By this definition, they just don’t make MMOs like they used to.

    Posted on 06/09/2014 by David Jagneaux
  • RIP Mythic

    It's not my fault. Mythic's closing, which was revealed last week, did not come about due to any curse associated with me. Admittedly, I've written quite a bit about the studio and its projects. I can say the same thing about Origin, NetDevil, Artifact Entertainment, Nival, Cryptic, Destination Games and more. That all of these are now either gone completely or substantially changed from what they were is, I assure you, purely coincidental.

    Posted on 06/03/2014 by Richard Aihoshi
  • My Most Memorable MMOGs

    It's approaching two decades since I started writing about the massively multiplayer category. I don't recall the exact date or even which title was the first I covered, but since then, I've played hundreds for at least a few hours each, and seen lots more. Recently, I was asked which ones I most remember. While this question may seem simple enough, it took me a fair bit of time and thought to answer.

    Posted on 05/20/2014 by Richard Aihoshi
  • Why No HD Remakes?

    There are a lot of aging MMOs that are skipped over by many players simply because they lack a graphical look for today's world. In our latest Tingle's Touchy Subjects, we take a look at the need for HD remakes of some of the genre's classic titles. Read on before heading to the comments to leave your thoughts.

    Posted on 11/22/2013 by Adam Tingle
  • Wayback Wednesday: DAoC Finale

    For the final time, Rob Lashley sits down for quality game time with the Dark Age of Camelot team in this week's Wayback Wednesday. See what they did to wrap up this epic series and then head to the comments to chat.

    Posted on 04/24/2013 by Robert Lashley
  • Wayback Wednesday - Rolling Albion

    In our latest Wayback Wednesday, we once again check in with Dark Age of Camelot and turn our eyes to Albion. Find out what went down during Wayback Wednesday and then leave us your thoughts in the comments.

    Posted on 01/16/2013 by Robert Lashley
  • Wayback Wednesday with DAoC Devs

    In the continuing adventures in Dark Age of Camelot during our weekly Wayback Wednesday, we are joined by Kai Schober, John Thornhill, and Talal Saad from Bioware/Mythic. The group marches on into the New Frontiers. Check it out!

    Posted on 07/18/2012 by Robert Lashley
  • Five MMOs That Should Be Remade

    You know the games on this list, the grand old dames of the industry, many of which are still with us today. But great as these games are, they show their ages. In The List today, MMORPG.com Managing Editor Bill Murphy takes a look at five MMOs that really need a make over. Check out Bill's list and see what you think. Then let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

    Posted on 08/09/2011 by William Murphy
  • Me and My MMOs

    In today's Player Perspectives column, readers get a rare inside look at the MMOs that have shaped those perspectives for MMORPG.com columnist Isabelle Parsley. They've winked and snuggled and finally drawn her into their ever-lovin' arms. Read on to see which MMOs have captured Iz's attention and heart over the years and then let us know what you think!

    Posted on 06/03/2011 by Isabelle Parsley
  • Top 5 Ugly MMO Races

    The List this week features a look at some of the ugliest races ever to grace the hallowed pixels of our favorite MMOs. Bill Murphy has pulled some mirror-breaking folk from expected, and maybe a few unexpected, places. Check out his list and then add some uglies in our comments section below.

    Posted on 12/08/2010 by William Murphy
  • Fighting Talk: DAOC vs WAR

    In his latest Fighting Talk column, MMORPG.com's Adam Tingle pits Dark Age of Camelot against Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning. As Adam says, this week's column is new versus old, elderly versus snot-nosed. Which one of Bioware-Mythic's games will come out on top? Read on to find out! Let's get ready to RUUUUUUUUMBLE!

    Posted on 09/09/2010 by Adam Tingle
  • The Top Five PvP MMOs

    In this week's list, MMORPG.com contributor William Murphy writes this look at what he feels are the top five PvP MMOs from both the past and the present.

    Posted on 01/06/2010 by William Murphy
  • Five Under the Radar MMOs

    MMORPG.com's Jon Wood takes over this list this week, taking a look at five MMOs that have, for whatever reasons, fallen off the radar of both journalists and the playing public.

    Posted on 11/03/2009 by Jon Wood
  • Top 5 MMOs That Need Remakes

    At 12 years of age, the MMO genre can now safely dive into the vaults and start remaking the games that got us all hooked. This week, we count down the five games we think are sorely in need of a re-imagining.

    Posted on 10/06/2009 by Dana Massey

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