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Posted: Jun 18th 2010 8:05AM (Unverified) said

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Warhammer 40,000 MMO defentley. I just can't believe we have to wait till 2013!!

Posted: Jun 18th 2010 12:30PM Joshua Przygocki said

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Agreed, while I never really got into the miniatures much(wish I would have had the time and money), I still love the themes and the stories of Warhammer and 40k.
This MMO might just save the genre for me, I'm really getting disappointed with some of the recent additions to the selection, and some of the ways the older ones are aging. That said, I'm also not a Star Wars fan so, TOR isn't on my list.

Three years will be a terribly long wait...
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Posted: Jun 18th 2010 8:14AM (Unverified) said

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RIFT: Planes of Telara. This game looks awsome. And the dynamic world sounds like a breath of fresh air. Some interesting class choices too.

Posted: Jun 18th 2010 7:20PM (Unverified) said

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I agree, 100%. After that article, I'm pretty much sold on Rifts, and everything it represents.

Also, I couldn't believe how awesome 40k looked. I know, I know, 3 years, but still, I'm excited for it.
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Posted: Jun 18th 2010 8:23AM Zellis said

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Anyone else sick of seeing this Tera picture?

Posted: Jun 18th 2010 8:58AM MrGutts said

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I think they ran out of pictures to use.
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Posted: Jun 18th 2010 8:30AM Dandmcd said

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Warhammer 40k no doubt, that trailer was impressive for a game not coming out for 2 to 3 years.

I was also impressed by the rave reviews the media was giving Tera's combat system. Maybe, just maybe this game might be worth a try.

Posted: Jun 18th 2010 8:34AM Lt Cobalt said

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No Planetside 2 = Fail, got enough themeparks to fill a small 3rd world country already thanks.

Posted: Jun 18th 2010 8:36AM DaBruuzer said

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Another vote for Warhammer 40k, definitely.

Posted: Jun 18th 2010 9:03AM (Unverified) said

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Warhammer 40k: Dark Millennium Online without question.

Posted: Jun 18th 2010 9:11AM Valdamar said

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The new SW:TOR info and cinematic were great, but after seeing just that one video of Dark Millennium Online in an alpha state I'm more excited about the Warhammer 40K MMO than I've been about any MMO in the last decade - heck, it's even eclipsed my excitement for Guild Wars 2 (and I'm still incredibly excited about the dynamic combat and dynamic world/questing in that).

With all the shoddy MMOs released in the last few years it feels like the MMO genre has been in a major slump, but with SW:TOR, WH40K Online and GW2 in the near future - plus all the other exciting titles we know so little about such as The Secret World, World of Darkness Online, Fallout Online, Planetside 2, etc. - it's looking like 2011-2013 may be another golden age for MMOs.

Posted: Jun 18th 2010 9:36AM DaBruuzer said

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Unfortunately, for those of us waiting for the WAR 40k MMO, it looks like their target is Q1 2013. So get comfy, it'll be a while.
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Posted: Jun 18th 2010 1:08PM Valdamar said

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I'm in no rush - they can take their time - I'll have CoH's Going Rogue, maybe APB, SW:TOR, GW2 and several other titles (MMO and single player) to keep me busy til then - I'd rather they did the IP justice and took their time than rushing out an MMO per year like Cryptic and having it be an utter disappointment.
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Posted: Jun 18th 2010 9:31AM nevin said

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SW:TOR trailer without doubt. Stopping a light sabre in the palm of your hand with the force is a new level of awesome.

Posted: Jun 18th 2010 9:30AM Zellis said

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Keep in mind 40k is using the Darksiders Engine, So its not out of this world to slap a video together, but the team itself is saying some very promising things. A personal favorite of mine was that they have no association with the Warhammer mmo, I bet that tidbit rang golden in the ears of most Gamers.

Posted: Jun 18th 2010 9:50AM (Unverified) said

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Highlight? The end, so now gaming sites will stop reporting on the complete non-event and I can start pretending it never happened.

Great for Nintendo fans. Great for shooter fans. Nothing for (A)RPG fans.

Posted: Jun 18th 2010 10:15AM (Unverified) said

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To me its Tera but I find it stupid that they used a Tera pic but its not even mentioned in the text lol.

Posted: Jun 18th 2010 10:03AM Stormwaltz said

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I didn't see anything that made me sit up and utter a Keanu-esque "whoa." It was all more of the same, gameplay-wise.

Posted: Jun 18th 2010 10:19AM (Unverified) said

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I donno I think that Tera and Vindictus have a very diffrent gameplay compared to classic MMORPGs (WOW, GW, AION, ect.) At least in these too its real fighting not just standing there waiting on your global cool down to hit the next button.

And another interesting game that wasnt shown at E3 is Blade and Soul you should maybe chak it out.
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Posted: Jun 18th 2010 10:32AM Wisdomandlore said

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Most of what was announced at E3 for MMOs was known, so the "news" wasn't very exciting. Warhammer 40K looked nice, but it's 2 years away. I suppose seeing some group gameplay for SWTOR and hearing that Bioware is committed to group gameplay was nice.

Really Nintendo stole the show. While MS and Sony were busy trying to emulate Nintendo, Nintendo introduce an exciting game lineup.

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