The next content update for The Lord of the Rings Online (LOTRO) ‘ Update 11: Treachery of the White Hand ‘ is now live! Update 11 features five new areas and continues the Epic Story in the remote region of Wildermore in Eastern Rohan. Publishers: Codemasters Developers: Turbine Entertainment Platforms: PC
The Closed Beta phase for Infinite Crisis has begun. Select players chosen from the pool of registrants will get their first chance to dive into the multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) PC game from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and developed by Turbine. To help celebrate, a new Champion Profile video highlighting The Joker is being released. A homicidal maniac who terrifies even Gotham’s worst criminals, The Joker cavorts into fights blasting opponents with explosive dolls and boxing glove-adorned RPGs. He is the master of turning innocent props into deadly weapons as he employs his contraptions to corral his opponents into … Continue reading Infinite Crisis Joker Highlight →
Lord of the Rings Online has been a favorite for a lot of players since its launch, and its nice to see developer Turbine not resting. The Siege of Mirkwood expansion pack adds a new area, and a totally new type of gameplay.
Turbine attempts to change the game on an MMO by making it free to play. And for the most part, Dungeon and Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited delivers free thrills.
Lord of the Rings Online is a bright success story in the crop of lukewarm new MMOs, and now it expands, letting players delve into Tolkien’s famous Mines of Moria.
All I can say is – WOW! If all of the next generation of Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games, popularly called MMORPGs, are as good as this then we are indeed in for a real treat. Asheron’s Call 2: Fallen Kings (herein after called AC2) takes place in a land called Dereth which is comprised of three Islands. Osteth is ancestral home of the Humans. Omishan is the ancestral home of the magic using Tumeroks. Linvak Massif is the ancestral home of the lumbering Lugians. You start your life, after choosing race, sex and how your character will look; … Continue reading Follow the Call →
The beauty of Asheron’s Call is difficult to describe. Having been a devoted fan of the reigning champion of online-only games, Origin System’s Ultima Online, for years, I was used to a somewhat lower standard. Play Asheron’s Call just once or twice and you will never want to go back to Ultima. Asheron’s Call was not the first online-only game to use a first-person interface, which until recently was nearly impossible due to bandwidth constraints as well as the difficulty of programming a fully interactive 3D environment. That honor goes to Sony’s EverQuest, which we reviewed just before it went … Continue reading Gamers will answer Asheron’s Call →