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NEW Feature, NEW Dream

By: Dexcross in posted at Jan 29, 2008 2:03 am

After my articles uploaded on the mmosite blog (Learning From The Best), coup

What WoW needs...

By: story_456 in World of Warcraftposted at Jan 28, 2008 5:12 am

is more leaders. True story.

Naxxramas, and then the release of TBC, has made the PvE content too elitist. Please note what I am saying, it's us that made the game elitist. Not Blizzard. It's "us",

Learning From The Best

By: Dexcross in posted at Jan 27, 2008 10:54 pm

With so many dissapointment of mmorpg condition in 2007, I began to wonder, what kind of game that can satisfy the hope of most mmo players.  An

2008 Lineup - A Look Ahead

By: Oliase in All gamesposted at Jan 26, 2008 9:02 am
2008 - A Look Ahead
Note: This is a follow up to my last blog post entitled "Was '07 really a bad year for MMOGs?" located here.

    I've seen a lot of talk lately on game forums and other gaming blogs about what we have to look forward to in the upcoming year. After my last article giving the rundown of the previous year in the MMOG world, I figured it would be nice to do a follow up and answer some questions about the upcoming year and what it looks like as of now. Ever since World of Warcraft raised the bar in the industry, there has been a lack of creativity from game developers, who have tried to use the World of Warcraft success to their advantage instead of making a truly unique game of their own. The best example to date was this previous year, where instead of creating a new game developers just imported generic MMOGs from overseas, a lot of which were duplicates of other games such as Maplestory or even World of Warcraft. Will 2008 be any better? What do we have to look forward to?
    Florensia is aimed to be released into the CB phase within the first quarter of 2008. The game is a unique game that follows along the lines of Pirates of the Caribbea

The Downfall of MMORPGs

By: HenGhenghAhI in posted at Jan 24, 2008 6:23 pm
Now don't get me wrong. I love playing MMORPGs, and spend many a night up late smashing that troll on the mountainside with my wooden stick. I really enjoy playing MMORPGs, but I've found that my love for them have slowly dwindled. I'm starting to think that it could be possible for MMORPGs to start to fade. It's not the game itself, because the games are always exciting. It's the people who play the games. And it's not everyone who plays; it's only some. They ruin the gaming experience for everyone and make others feel like they don't want to play anymore. It only takes a few select individuals to ruin the games for everyone. There are spammers, scammers, hackers, trolls, and every other disgusting creatures you can think of. They ruin the entire experience of playing a roleplaying game, and they are going to end up being the reasons that less people play MMORPGs.

These guys are everywhere; from forums to social networking sites. They are even in games, which is a bust. I mean, who wants to hear someone repeating the same thing over and over again? I've got a message to everyone who has ever spammed. We fucking heard you to first time. Shut up. It seems that many players s

Looking Within (Vol 5)

By: Buldozer in posted at Jan 23, 2008 2:53 am


Looking over your shoulder.

Hello and welcome to another edition of Looking Within.

The title today is Looking over your shoulder. I decided to use this topic, becouse of the recent eventes that have been appearing in the news becouse of the child abdoptions. The more mediatic Madelaine in my home country (Portugal) and Marilu in Spain.

One point that i want to leave it clear is the people that say that the world is going crazy and blablabla "in my time the where no abdoption" and stuff like that, people in that time there where no television now a days if some people days on the north pole becouse of a leg cramp it will appear on the news is just that simple, the where the same problems, the only thing is that people where no aware.

Now that is done. I think that we are leaving now in constant fear, when i was a kid i played soccer with my friends we where all alone..i would come at home at night..with no problems..now we just put a foot out the other at night..wondering if your going to be robbed.

In my case my town in a regular safe i have been roubed..one time..but its not to bad.

But i think i have now a kid with 2 years and im thinking Will i leave my kid to play alone?

Why I am better than you: My take on elitism

By: Gamh in posted at Jan 22, 2008 10:55 pm

When humans such play online role playing games, we bring into the game some part of us in real life. Be it lust, greed, kindness, generosity, it affects our game world in more ways than we can actua

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