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Posted: Jan 3rd 2012 10:24PM Ripper McGee said

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Ooooh, sounds cool. Space Legends' play is significantly more polished than Pocket Legends, IMO, so I can imagine how nicely a newer MMO will play.

The funny thing is I have a buddy who works for Space Time and I asked him a week or so ago if they intended to revisit Pocket Legends and polish it up to the same level as Star Legends; lessons learned and all that. Now there's a press release about a new MMO building on lessons learned.

Posted: Jan 4th 2012 5:55AM Viiral said

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@Miffy This is a mobile mmo. not a pc mmo.

Posted: Jan 4th 2012 5:55AM Viiral said

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@Viiral nvm me.

Posted: Jan 4th 2012 9:11AM Archintyeron said

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@Miffy
Every game has its haters... even those recently announced.

Posted: Jan 4th 2012 3:46PM SnarlingWolf said

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I think we need the gaming world to make a resolution for 2012 to stop using the term "innovate". I've never seen it used to describe something that was even close to innovative.

Posted: Jan 5th 2012 12:34AM Hinata said

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@SnarlingWolf
Hey there 8[)
I really think STS is innovative, because their games can be played on both smart phones and on personal computers.
For example: an account called 'Merry' was made. Merry levelled up on Pockets Legends by using her smart phone. She is now level 99.
"Oh noes! My phone is missing!" Merry agitatedly shouted. How can she play PL now? By using her laptop of course.
She doesn't have to start from level 1 when stared playing on her laptop, because PL in computer is not separate from PL in the smart phone.

Computer gamers and smart phone gamers are brought together by STS.
Don't you think that is innovaive? D':


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