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Vampires are the one genre that seems to draw as many women as men. Might it be the secret to getting more women into an MMO?
Would you support an MMO that started small, but strongly and then grew over time? With a few attitude adjustments from fans, media and developers, maybe this could be possible.
MMOs announce too early and it's become a problem. In this week's column, Dana Massey looks at the harm that comes from this and makes an argument that MMOs should only be announced about a year before launch.
Like the Yetti and the Loch Ness Monster, a great MMORTS is hard to find. This week, Dana returns to look at an approach that might actually finally bring one into the mainstream.
It's become a dirty word to some, but is instancing in MMOs really the boogieman it's been made out to be?
In this column this week, our own Dana Massey looks at the survival genre and asks... Why Not A Survival MMO?
In his weekly column, Dana Massey looks at the nostalgia people feel for classic sandbox MMOs and talks about ways that developers could truly re-capture their popularity.
Dana looks at how companies can get creative with subscription fees to help them become a more viable long term way of paying for MMOs.
The mystery game market has dried up. Dana looks at how MMOs could save the non-violent game market.
Lots of games force people to play based on where they live. Why is this and what can be done to eliminate it?
Every game has them, no one truly uses them. This week, Dana explores the myth of role-playing servers in MMOs.
F2P MMOs are all the rage, subs have fallen on tough times. Dana thinks he knows why and it has nothing to do with how people pay for them.
It's time for a full on comedy MMO, aimed at people over the age of 12. Dana Massey explains why it would work.
EVE grows while other games shrink. Why? It's all about social bonds.
More thoughts on making the MMO journey fun and a test that pins down what is wrong with the current crop.