Every three months, we gawk at the revealed financial health of various gaming companies, collectively cheering and jeering and sometimes both. This week, we fixated on NCsoft's mixed fortunes, Star Wars: The Old Republic's vindicating free-to-play success, and World of Warcraft's 1.3 million subscriber losses.
Blizzard was further vexed this week by a duping bug that saw the Diablo III auction house taken offline for several days before its restoration sans rollback.
Read on for a roundup of the rest of this week's top MMO stories.
|Thoughts about Guild Wars 2's living story|
|Guild Wars 2's The Secret of Southsun adds minigame, WvW traps|
|Guild Wars 2's living story takes us back to Southsun Cove|
|Look behind the living world in Guild Wars 2|
|The latest WildStar video is all about smooth moves|
|Massively Exclusive: How WildStar has the power to move you|
|What the Luminai mean for WildStar content and lore|
|Neverwinter counters Foundry exploit by nerfing XP rate|
|Neverwinter teases module 1 update|
And from our sister site, WoW Insider...
|The false memory of WoW's difficult past|
|Eight ways to stay in touch with all your old WoW friends|
|No talent overhaul likely for World of Warcraft|
|Newbie's guide to weapons in World of Warcraft|