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In what was considered by many to be a very smooth launch, Realtime Worlds' cop and robbers MMO All Points Bulletin made its debut on June 29th in North America.
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Square Enix has announced last week that the Collector's Edition PC version of their sophomore MMO effort Final Fantasy XIV will be hitting store shelves on September 22nd, 2010 priced at $74.99.
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Turbine's Dungeons and Dragons Online pushed ahead again this past week a they launched Update 5 on June 28th. Update 5 brings major new guild features to the game, including a new guild leveling system, guild bases in the form of customizable airships, and guild trophies.
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Clone Wars First Impressions

At this year's E3, our own Alan Smithee had a chance to check out SOE's Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures, a game most certainly targeted at a young, casual audience. Here's an excerpt:

What are SOE doing next with their Free Realms engine? The answer is Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures, which I got to play at E3. SW:CWA is aimed directly at the 10-year-old boy demographic, and features lots of minigames, microtransactions, and little else.

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More Clone Wars can be found on our site here.
Bill's Best of E3 2010
MMORPG's Bill Murphy spent a lot of time at this year's E3 perusing all the MMOs fans have been waiting to find out more about. That in mind, Bill has picked four games worthy of note. Find out which ones struck him as 'ones to watch' as 2010 moves along.
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This week's Game of the Week is All Points Bulletin. We chose it, not only because it was the only major title to have launched in the last week, but also because of the polarizing effect that the game seems to have been having on players.

Like it or not really does take on a whole new meaning when it comes to a game that has players either singing its praises or damning it as "another failure" with very little in between.

For those who may have been living under a rock on in a cave for the last few months, Realtime Worlds' foray into the MMO realm has arrived in the form of a cops and robbers style game that features driving, third person shooting action, and one of the most detailed character creators ever to see the light of day for MMOs.

The game's untraditional approach to nearly everything from design to payment model has left some players buzzing and others tossing it in the bin.

Learn more about APB here, or check out our game list here.
The Week that Was
Monday, June 28
Nexon E3 Trio of Games Presentation

Tuesday, June 29
An Introduction to BSG Online

Wednesday, June 30
Lord of the Rings: Going Free to Play

Thursday, July 1
Hunted: The Demon Forge

Friday, July 2
Wizard 101: Using Wands to Create Magic
Did You Know?

Are you a Mac fan? Do you play iPhone or iPad games? Did you know that has a sister site in the form of, a site dedicated to gaming using Apple's various platforms? provides news about and reviews of not only popular OSX games, but games built for the ever growing market in iPhones and iPads.

We're very excited about it and we think you should be too, so if you've got a few extra minutes head on over to

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