Topic / MMORPG

Final Fantasy XIV PC Released Date Revealed

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Square Enix has unveiled the date of the newest game in the Final Fantasy series for the PC.  The highly anticipated game, Final Fantasy XIV for the PC will be released on September 30, 2010.  Square Enix has also revealed the standard retail price of the game, $49.99 USD, with the monthly subscription of $12.99 USD. For those who can not wait for the release of the game, Square Enix […]

E3 2010: Final Fantasy XIV

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Once again Square Enix has reveal another Final Fantasy game, Final Fantasy XIV.  For you Final Fantasy fans, you do not have to wait for 3 years, unlike Final Fantasy XIII, as this game will be release this year.  Like Final Fantasy XI, this too will be a MMORPG game. The game is set to be released on both PS3 and PC. When there is good news, there is always […]

Gang-based MMO banned by Classification Board

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The Classification Board has added another game to the refused classification list, effectively banning the sale of the game; as the R18+ debate still continues. The game in question, CrimeCraft, is a third-person shooter that allows the player to challenge and beating rival gangs in a lawless city. However, while the Classification Board has said that that violence is okay, it was banned because “there is insufficient delineation between the […]

Star Wars: The Old Republic Battle of Bothawui video

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Bioware have posted another video in their timeline series on the official Star Wars: The Old Republic website,. It depicts a battle between the Sith and the Jedi which resulted in a draw. The battle was the first major defeat of the Empire’s ships which led to boosted morale in the Galaxy against the Empire, that they could be matched in strength. Several weeks later though, the Empire ordered several […]

WOW more valuable than credit card…

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After the recent flaw against the cursor, and another when the patch for it cause serious problems for Realtek drivers… Now… the cursor is now a problem for theft for the popular online game ‘World of Warcraft.’ This flaw can be used to steal an World of Warcraft account. According to Symantec, a credit card can be sold up to $6 and a WOW account at least $10. That price […]


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