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Here, I'll post the games I recommend you to play. Do not forget, this is my opinion, not a general opinion. You may like it, or not.
1. FantasyTennis - My all-time favourite game of 2007, it receives My Game of the Year award. Although not many of you might have heard of it, there's more than meets the eye to it. It's something different and unique to it. I highly recommend it for everyone, it's a change in pace from whatever game you were playing to this game. Once you play it, you'll end up being addicted to it for a few months, even more if you waste money buying ingame items. The name says it all.
2. Lunia - It was a tough choice, to choose this or Perfect World for this position. I've made out my mind, and chose Lunia. Why? Because of the way controls are, you actually move your characters with buttons and attack with buttons, you don't attack by clicking on monsters like what every other 3D MMO does, except a few. That, combined with the emotions it makes you feel, usually dramatic emotions, and the fantasy realm it is situated in, will bring you a great deal of pleasure. If you'd totally prefer 3D MMOs over this game, then be my gue
- Brotherbird in posted at Dec 12, 2007 12:09 am
Some Eve Online players found themselves floating aimlessly in the cold reaches of space today when they rebooted their computers after installing the game's most recent update.
Eager Windows XP gamers who downloaded the update via the game's Premium Trinity patch before 4:00 a.m. GMT today found that, in addition to adding a bunch of swell new features, the patch also removed their operating system's boot.ini file, effectively crippling the OS.
Here's the breakdown from Eve Online's official support page:
If you are only using the Classic client or installed the Premium client using the full Premium installer than you are not affected.
If you upgraded from the Classic client to the Premium client, using the content upgrade, then please read on.
Check the root directory of your hard drive and see if you have a boot.ini file, if so then you are not affected. The file is normally hidden so you need to click Tools : Folder Options : View and select "Show hidden files and folders" and uncheck "Hide protected operating system files" to be able to see it.
You can also check for the presence of this file by clicking Start : Control Panel : System : Advanced : Startup and Rec
- Falkner in posted at Dec 11, 2007 7:26 pm
BEIJING, Dec. 7 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ -- Perfect World Co., Ltd. ("Perfect World" or the "Company"), a leading online game developer and operator in China, today announced that "Legend of Martial Arts," the Company's light-hearted adventure game, was successfully launched in Taiwan on November 28, 2007 by Soft-World International Corp. (TSEC: 5478) ("Soft-World"), one of Taiwan's major online game operators. This marks the second online game that the Company has licensed to an operator in Taiwan. At Soft-World's press conference, executives of Soft-World and celebrities Mr. Wu Chun of Fahrenheit, one of Asia's most famous "pop" groups, and Ms. Genie Chuo, introduced the game to the media.
The Game's unique customized features, traditional Chinese theme, unique weapon design, cartoonized images, and interactive social networking left an unforgettable impression on the celebrities during the closed beta testing and played a vital role in convincing Soft-World of the potential of "Legend of Martial Arts" in Taiwan. Perfect World believes that the self-developed "Legend of Martial Arts" will provide an entirely new ex
- Gnomi in World of Warcraftposted at Dec 11, 2007 6:12 pm
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In a new post on its official forums, Tony Hilliam, CEO of Fury developer Auran, is quoted as confirming that a slow start for the MMO has necessitated downsizing its 60 man team, as it moves to outsource development to Asia.
The post sees Hilliam saying that after a ramp up from 30 to 70 staff members as it completed Fury and its Battlestar Galactica XBLA game it has made some cutbacks to "focus on a smaller, more agile core team of Fury developers."
The CEO says it is working with fellow Australian developer Tantalus to move some displaced staff to that studio, which he notes is "working on DS and Wii titles," a process "taking place right now."
Finally, he notes that "during the past two years we successfully used several outsourcing companies and will be looking to China to create much of the new content that we will release in future [Fury] updates" and will be "talking with a number of publishers in Asia regarding co-development deals."
Auran has already seen major investment from China, getting AUD$4 million ($3.2 million) from China's CDC Corporation subsidiary CDC Games, which invested in primarily in Fury's development.