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Wargaming.net dangling World of Warplanes alpha tester carrots

Think you've got the right stuff to be a World of Warplanes alpha tester? Well, you may have it, but you'll also need to have a strong stomach when it comes to installing third-party apps on your computer. Wargaming.net has thrown open the application process for its upcoming World War II avia...

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Your kids, Green.com and Spyware

Is it okay to just be a little cynical when a marketing company such as InterActiveCorp (IAC) announces a new virtual world where kids can learn how to help the environment and "do good deeds in fun ways"? Especially when the current site at that address sells coupon books? No? Not okay? Well, it'...

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Anarchy Online free for another year

Was it ever really going to be otherwise? Anarchy Online has announced, to the surprise of no one, that its "free play program" has been a "resounding success," and that they will stay free for another year. They make it sound like people are trying to break down the doors to pay money for the gam...

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NCsoft picks up advertising partner for Dungeon Runners, Exteel

NCsoft has raised the curtain on a new advertising deal with Double Fusion that will pave the way for new in- and around-game advertising in both Dungeon Runners and the as-yet-unreleased giant robot game, Exteel. Evidently, the idea is to open up new sources of revenue for these titles, where they ...

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Hellgate: London uses tailored in-game advertising

Following the release of the demo for Hellgate: London, a somewhat disappointing discovery has been made. Heartless_Gamer has a post that shows that the game's licensing agreement has provisions for them to collect information about users, to help them tailor in-game advertising. In other words-- ad...

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