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Sony Online Entertainment President John Smedley reckons that MMOs will play a critical part in selling the PS3 as time goes on.
The developers of Crackdown have just bought back rights to the APB MMO, with the possibility of selling it to Rockstar as a GTA MMO.
Superhero MMO City of Heroes is to have optional adverts littered throughout according to a statement from NCSoft.
Codemasters Online Gaming is confirmed to be in talks about publishing two new console-based MMO games.
As part of 'Operation for Tomorrow' China is launching an initiative to crack down on Internet cafes and reduce illegal activity.
Just days before the one-year anniversary of the MMO, Myst Online: Uru Live is being closed down. Fans have just sixty days of adventure left.
All new MMOs have a tough task ahead of themselves; trying to find a niche somewhere in the market and eek out a meager existence underneath WoW. Can Pirates of the Burning Sea find that niche, or will it flounder and drown in the fiery ocean?
Funcom's gory MMORPG based on the Conan universe has been delayed again - this time pushed back to the end of May.
A rivalry between two Lineage II clans in Russia has ended in tragedy, claiming a life as the fight is taken beyond the edge of reason.
Perpetual Entertainment, developer of Star Trek Online, is being sued by the PR agency for the game in a rather interesting twist of fate.
The new owners of Perpetual Entertainment are messing with all types of things - including the Star Trek MMO, which looks to be taking a more casual approach now.
NCSoft, Korean MMO developer and exclusive Sony partner, has hinted that it may be moving away from the games industry altogether and into the social networking field.
Interplay, makers of the original Fallout games, are officially back in business and are hard at work on the Fallout 3 MMO at the new internal studio, allegedly.
The rumour is that BioWare could be working on a KOTOR MMO, with other lengthy abbreviations set to appear at a later date if all goes well. Check out the details within.
Sony has just announced that a new writer and producer have been signed to create the EverQuest movie, which is amazingly still in production even after all this time.
We've got copies of the new piratey MMO to give away to three lucky winners, plus keys for two weeks of free gameplay for 50 more scurvy dogs.
Ultima Online, accepted as one of the first successfully commercial MMOs, has been given a massive makeover for it's tenth birthday, as well as a 14 day free trial.
Lord of the Rings: Online is now open for all players to try their hands at in 7-day free trial, Turbine announced today. See you in The Misty Mountains - I'll be the one with the sword.
One WoW to bring them all and in the Internets bind them...but one WoW may not be enough for Blizzard, as the hinting about WoW 2 begins.
Codemasters has announced that ArchLord, the MMORPG it released in February, is being released for free. No fees whatsoever.
Interplay has managed to reduce the massive debts it held only a few years ago and is now looking at developing a Fallout MMO.
Second Life customers are now butting heads in the courts over copyright infringement allegations for a popular sex program coded by users.
In this week's poll, we ask what your favourite game genre is. Whether you're an FPS fanatic or a World of Warcraft junkie, this is the poll for you.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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