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Issue 153, November 10, 2008
In the news
On the last day of Fanfest, CCP released a great deal of new information about the future of the EVE Online, including details of a summer expansion, modular ships, tech 3 gear, and much more.

Read more here.
Turbine has launched Module 8: Prisoners of Prophecy, the latest major update for Dungeons and Dragons Online, which revamps the new player area, adds hirelings into the mix, and more.

Read more here.
The folks at EverQuest II are preparing to celebrate the 4th anniversary of the game's launch, and they plan to hold a series of celebrations on each of the game's servers starting this week.

Read more here.
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Featured Article: EVE: Walking in Stations is at this year's EVE FanFest and yesterday the kind folks at CCP gave us a presentation on the highly anticipated upcoming Walking In Stations feature, releasing some information that we knew, and even some that we didn't.

Yesterday at EVE FanFest, members of the press were given a presentation on the upcoming "Walking in Stations" feature for EVE Online that will see players of the sci-fi sandbox game able to step out of their ships for the first time to interact, do business and socialize in a more conventional way, through their 3D avatars.

While we still do not have a definitive launch date for the feature, we have seen progress made even since we last spoke to the folks at CCP about it at this year's Games Convention in Leipzig, Germany and progress is moving forward.

You can read the full article here.

Onsite: Runes of Magic Dev Chat

Please join us on Saturday November 15th at 4pm EST for the opportunity to chat with the developers behind Runes of Magic, the upcoming free to play fantasy MMORPG which aims to redefine quality standards for free to play games.

Community Manager Jörg "Kerensky" Koonen will be on hand along with other devs to give you answers straight from the source.

Read more about the Runes of Magic Dev Chat.

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This week's game of the week is EVE Online.

The folks at CCP, the Icelandic company behind EVE, have been very busy over the past month, preparing for EVE Fanfest and getting ready to launch the game's next update, Quantum Rise.

Quantum Rise brings a hefty dose of new content and features to EVE, adding the new Orca "sub capital" logistical ship, fighting latency with StacklessIO, allowong the production of rare minerals through reactions, and much more.

Quantum Rise is set to launch on November 11th.

Learn more about EVE Online here, or check out our game list here.
The Week that Was
Monday, November 3
Warhammer Online : Age of Reckoning - Greenskin Starting Area Guide

Tuesday, November 4
Atlantica Online - Considering the Turn Based MMO, Part Two

Wednesday, November 5
Fallen Earth - Dev Journal Part Three: Travelers and Lightbearers

Thursday, November 6
StarQuest Online - A Look at StarQuest Online

Friday, November 7
EVE Online - Walking In Stations Presentation (FanFest)
Did You Know?
Did you know, or I should say did you notice, that this is an EVE heavy newsletter? That's because EVE Fanfest was held last week in the CCP's home town of Reykjavik and the guy who puts together the newsletter happened to be there. EVE Fanfest is one of the best events of its kind in online games, and it's even a great time if you don't play EVE. Seriously, it's a great time even if you have no idea what an MMO is. It's also hard not to have EVE on the brain, especially with the ridiculous amount of new features they either announced or hinted about at this event.
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