Monthly Archives: September 2010

We need More Sandbox MMORPGs!

There are literally dozens of games like Talisman Online, Runes of Magic and Allods Online. I think it’s safe to say that MMO gamers are tired of WoW clones. Oh, and we’re also tired of generic 3D fantasy MMORPGs that … Continue reading

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Disney Loves MMOs

It looks like Disney is beginning to embrace free to play MMOs and MMORPGs. With games like Club Penguin, Pixie Hallow, World of Cars Online and Pirates of the Caribbean Online. But I wouldn’t be surprised if they began embracing … Continue reading

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More Chinese MMORPGs Launching in the West

We all know that Koreans are big on free to play MMORPGs, but so are the Chinese. In fact, there are more MMORPG players in China than in South Korea. I know that’s not exactly a fair comparison, as there … Continue reading

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Maestia MMORPG Is EU Only. Bleh

I recently learned that the upcoming MMORPG Maestia which actually launched its open beta earlier today (September 15, 2010) is EU only. That’s right – BigPoint, the game’s publisher, has MMO IP blocks in place to prevent North American users … Continue reading

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MMORPGs and Level Caps

Why do so many MMORPGs have low level caps? I just don’t get it. The Lord of the Rings Online from Turbine has a level cap of 65 while Dungeons and Dragons Online has a low level cap of 20. … Continue reading

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Why Did Sword of the New World Change its Name?

Sword of the New World, also called Granado Espada in Asia, is a free to play 3D fantasy MMORPG that recently re-launched as “Sword 2” in North America. The game is by GamersFirst – the same company behind Knight Online, … Continue reading

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New Old MMORPGs

Yeah, try wrapping your mind around the title of this post. I’ll be talking about new MMORPGs that are old. Like what you say? Well games like Digimon Battle from WeMade Entertainment and Dark Eden from JoyMax. Both of these … Continue reading

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