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The Game Archaeologist: The persistent worlds of Neverwinter Nights 1 & 2

At the end of next month, dozens of online worlds will flicker and vanish with the flip of a switch. It's a online apocalypse the likes of which we have not seen in quite some time, although you might be forgiven for not having heard of it before now. When GameSpy Technology goes offline on May ...

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SWTOR's Daniel Erickson on pulling players' moral strings

BioWare's Daniel Erickson said that for the writing team, the crunch time came way ahead of everyone else since the script for the game had to be done first. As such, the team has had plenty of time to reflect on how the game's developed while it's moved on to future content. In speaking with Gam...

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Champions Online video showcases character creation

It's been a long time coming, but Cryptic has put out a video through Gamespy detailing character creation with glorious in-game footage of the actual process. If you've been following information on Champions Online for some time now, you probably won't learn anything new in terms of what Bill Ro...

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CrimeCraft impressions and screenshots

Despite its unfortunate name, Vogster's CrimeCraft seems to be a promising contender in the crop of games launching in 2009, according to a recent review at Gamespy. First announced earlier last year, CrimeCraft boasts what they call a "persistent-world next-gen shooter", or PWNS for short. Can an...

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Gamespy's MMO column returns with a look at Battlefield Heroes

Gamespy's excellent ongoing MMO column OnLife has been regrettably on hiatus for some time, but it looks like it is back with a vengeance. Its first column back in the saddle is all about the online free-to-play FPS Battlefield Heroes. While not technically an MMO, author Miguel Lopez notes numerous...

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A lengthy Warhammer Online journal

There have been plenty of previews for Warhammer Online over the last year or two. So when the guys over at Gamespy got beta access they decided to try for something other than the standard preview. They created a journal chronicling their experience as they played through the game. You'll get a m...

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Age of Conan's endgame explored

IGN's out of the box impressions on Age of Conan late last month were just its opening salvo in continuing coverage about the game. In an update to those initial impression, Charles Onyett offers up his views on the game's leveling experience. He offers insight into the first 40 levels of the game, ...

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Mark Jacobs expunges the mystery of WAR's crafting

We've been receiving a lot of information about all things Warhammer Online for some time now, but the one topic that hasn't been touched on is crafting. The veil of silence has been lifted as you can now go and read Gamespy's recent interview with Mark Jacobs. It's all about the very different an...

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Age of Conan as it stands 'out of the box'

Reviewing massively multiplayer games is a losing proposition. Gamespy recognizes this, and when a new MMO launches they offer up an 'Out of the Box' feature that gives a snapshot of what the game is like at launch. Their opinion is that further exploration is required before any kind of verdict can...

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Consume even more Age of Conan beta coverage

You've probably seen all the coverage of Age of Conan around the net -- we have quite a bit here at Massively, too -- but if you're looking for even more information about the world of Hyboria than Gamespy has a nice roundup of all their coverage. Everything from more beta impressions to the artis...

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