The story behind Missing Worlds Media and City of Titans is one of true inspiration and dedication. When NCSoft announced that City of Heroes would sunset along with Paragon Studios, members of the community rose up to answer the call to action. By the time City of Heroes shut down for its final maintenance, plans were already underway on several spiritual sequels to fill in the empty void of super hero MMOs. The subject of today’s discussion is City of Titans, code-named The Phoenix Project, under development by Missing Worlds Media. Last year, Missing Worlds Media put their project to the test, via a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to purchase software and license engines. The team is made up of volunteers who initially met up to try and save City of Heroes, and then turned their focus on creating a new home. The Kickstarter was a massive success, bringing in $680,000 compared to the $320,000 goal. I managed to sit down with a few members of the Missing Worlds Media team: … [Read more...] about Missing Worlds Media Talks: City of Titans
Lily Bloomerchen just received her new class update in the Japanese version of SoulWorker Online. She's the second character to receive a new job in SoulWorker Online with the previous one for Haru Estia. Upon class changing to Lily's new job, she will unlock a new chain-like retracting sickle that extends her reach even further than before. Dual wielding both a Scythe and Chain-sickle sounds cool, but it's only a temporary effect when she uses her skills. Her sub-weapon immediately disappears afterward, which is a bit of a letdown. Depending on the skill used, she can hurl the sickle around or attach it to her scythe and perform deadly attacks. Skill Preview Page: Linkhttp://hg-soulworker.gamecom.jp/ … [Read more...] about STEPARU News, Reviews, Previews & Information for Foreign Games SoulWorker Online Class Upgrade for Lily Now Available in Japan
Here at MMO Fallout, we occasionally like to ask and answer a straightforward question: Whatever happened to that one game we heard about a while back? While looking through the game list, I realized that we haven’t heard from The Missing Ink in nearly a year. Experimental MMOs and indie games built by small studios tend to go for long periods of time with no press coverage and then, out of the blue, we find out that they had already shut down well over a month ago. Sorry Fusionfall! The Missing Ink is the latest project by RedBedlam, the UK developer responsible for the now defunct MMO Roma Victor. What set The Missing Ink apart from the rest was its unique art style, with characters all crafted out of two dimensional drawings on paper. It didn’t break any new ground, but the presentation was charming enough to warrant some off-again on-again gaming. Part of the fun was simply logging in every now and then to see how the early alpha client was progressing. As you may have … [Read more...] about Whatever Happened: The Missing Ink
Home » Blogging » [Don’t Miss] Here Are Few Emerging Bloggers to Follow In 2017 Blogging is evolving like never before and there are thousands of people starting new blogs each and every single day. It’s almost impossible to start a money making blog from day one for a beginner who doesn’t have prior online reputation before. If you don’t know how to sell your skills, it becomes even harder to build a profitable blog or website in 2017. There’s only one way to build a better blog that really makes money and that is to find and connect with the bloggers who are emerging in the crowded online market. So here I’m going to share few such emerging bloggers to follow in 2017. I’ve created this list of emerging bloggers based upon the quality of their site and overall content growth. So let’s jump into the details without further ado. Emerging bloggers to follow in 2017 1. Brian Dean Brian Dean writes massive articles related … [Read more...] about [Don’t Miss] Here Are Few Emerging Bloggers to Follow In 2017
Home » Blogging » Are You Missing Out on These Strategies of Marketing on YouTube? This could send your mind in a tizzy. There is no doubt about the fact that the number one search engine in the world is Google, but which is the second one? Try guessing - No it isn't Yahoo or MSN. It is our very own popular video sharing site Youtube.com. Believe it or not the paragraph below will help you get some insight on the birth, growth and domination of this video sharing giant: Youtube is the most popular video sharing website on Web and the world's third most Visited website (according to Alexa). Youtube Founders - Chad Hurley, Steve and Jawed fot this idea during a dinner party in Steve Chen's Apartment in San Fransisco. Internet Search Giant Google - Bought Youtube in Novemeber 2006 at $1.65 billion. An Average Internet user spends 15 minutes i.e 900 seconds on Youtube Daily. 24 Hours of Video is uploaded on Youtube Every minute which is equal to 150,000 full length videos every week. … [Read more...] about Are You Missing Out on These Strategies of Marketing on YouTube?