21 September 2010

The MMO Round-Up / Sept 19

BY Emmanuel Petti Sep. 19th, 2010 More on:The MMO Round-up

The MMO Round-up captures the genre’s most notable happenings of the week in easy to consume, bite-sized portions.

APB had died as we know it, however Epic is rumored to be considering a resurrection of sorts.

MAG version 2.0 is lined up to get an in-game economy, PlayStation Move support and much more.

Hi-Rez Studios has extended an invitation for defunct APB players to come join their game Global Agenda with a special offer.

Phantasy Star Online 2 was announced this week at the Tokyo Game Show and is slated for a 2011 release.

The Power & Prestige update for Pirates of the Burning Sea went live this week and now the game has set plans to go Free-to-play with their next update.

CCP has plans to bust the lid off of their in-development MMO World of Darkness at The Grand Masquerade convention later this week.

ArenaNet will be continuing the showing off of their Guild Wars 2 at the upcoming Comic Con in New York.

Hi-Rez Studios takes some time for a retrospective and looks back at Global Agenda’s first six months.

Want a dedicated salvage ship in EVE Online? Well, it just so happens that CCP has one of those in development.

BioWare discussed the development of Jedi in their latest developer diary for Star Wars: The Old Republic.

It’s another week and there is another round of TERA screenshots for our eyes to feast on.

Cryptic reports on Star Trek Online’s state of the game and discusses alot taking a hard look at micro-transactions.

The 3.0.4 patch for Runes of Magic went live this week.

Atlantica Online showed off a bad ass but barely dressed NPC named Sheriff Christine. Why? Who cares as there are bresticles and cowboy hats involved.

Fallen Earth devs detailed the upcoming 1.7 patch and announced that it should be going live very shortly.

Earthrise devs discussed the game’s PvP, crafting and payment options during a recent interview.

The first playable class the Pyromancer was revealed this week for Mythos.


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