So there’s quite a bit to talk about this week. Ranging from MapleStory 2’s second closed beta, to World of Warcraft’s Pre-patch for Battle for Azeroth, to MU Legend hitting Steam.. so, with that in mind, sit back, relax, and let’s do this. … [Read more...] about MMORPG News: Bless Online First Large Update, MapleStory 2 CBT, WoW BfA Pre-Patch & More!
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With only a few older free-to-play MMORPGs on its roster, Funcom’s quarterly financial statement doesn’t typically offer as much to dissect as other companies’. Today’s statement, however, does offer some interesting news regarding a game that used to be pay-to-play, went free-to-play, and now will be (to a degree) pay-to-play again. … [Read more...] about Funcom Plans Paid Progression Server For Anarchy Online, Nabs Dune License
As a designer myself, I have several suggestions. For designers, there are several vocational schools that specialize in game design. Cryptic Studios has hired several of them right out of these schools. Now colleges and universities are starting to develop curriculums and degrees in game design. There is so much more you can do to prepare. Design and build your own game. It doesn’t even have to be a video game. Design a board game or a card game. There are also lots of games that have editors to make levels or mods for them, and there are several engines that you can download for free to make your own game. If you are serious about making games, don’t wait for someone to give you an opportunity. Start making games on your own. Make time to do it on your own and show initiative. … [Read more...] about Star Trek Online: An Interview With Al Rivera And Bill Yeatts
In the past six years, I have learned many new things. During this time many of my beliefs were broken, and I learned that life is not so simple, and it will never be a constant joy ride. There will be good days and there will be bad days, but what matters is how you deal with them. … [Read more...] about This Indian Blogger 5 year Online journey Story will make you Thrilled
Bring it in While we are seeing more cross-platform play in both unexpected genres and between vastly different platforms, we’ve still got a ways to go. The console wars, like real war, only hurt the communities around them: gamers. That isn’t to say that if, say, Nintendo and Xbox put enough pressure on PlayStation to get everyone playing with PC too, we’d be in a gaming paradise, but we’d be able to tackle different kinds of issues instead. Together. We may have our own styles and preferences for controllers and communication options, but just having some way to game more easily with people would be nice without also having to ask which platform(s) we’re limited to. … [Read more...] about GDC 2018: Bridging and embedding cross-platform online communities