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Submitted by alexkayl 652d ago | videocast

Free to Play Unlimited - Ep. 20: Mortal Online, Core Blaze, Age of Wushu, Dragon's Prophet & more

Free To Play Unlimited with Oxana is the exclusive FreeMMOStation.com webshow about free MMORPG and F2P games. The team will bring you exciting news, quizzes, the most anticipated games and more. In this episode there’s the Mortal Online free-to-play announcement, Gamania’s (upcoming Core Blaze MMORPG publisher) decidedly bleak fate and the postponing of the End of Nations open beta. This show marks the launch of two new segments: First Look, with games that deserved a FreeMMOStation Watcha Playin’? first impression (this week there’s Age of Wushu, DK Online and Absolute Force Online); and Face Off, where two similar games clash and you have to decide which one will emerge victorious (will it be Hawken or Mechwarrior Online?). The most wanted game of the week is Dragon’s Prophet, the new MMORPG from the makers of Runes of Magic. (Absolute Force Online, Age of Wushu, Core Blaze, DK Online: The Legend of Dragon Knights, Dragon's Prophet, End of Nations, Hawken, MechWarrior Online, Mortal Online, PC)

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