IncGamers takes another look at the last week of news from the MMO genre, which this time includes stories on Star Trek Online, Aion, World of Warcraft, Forsaken World, City of Heroes and Black Prophecy.
Poor old Star Trek Online, it deserves a bit more time and a bit more slack from players.
"Old"? :) It's hardly old.
Really? It's yet another messy launch for Cryptic.
I do think STO has a lot of potential.
World of WarCraft continues to make headlines, even though some say it's in "decline"...
Poor STO? It is a shambles atm...
Things really do just get worse and worse for Cryptic. I'm not even convinced it's usually their fault - bad timing, problems with publishers, and crap spiraling out of control.
'Things really do just get worse and worse for Cryptic. I'm not even convinced it's usually their fault - bad timing, problems with publishers, and crap spiraling out of control. ' I think the same.....they want to release a working X360 version of Champions Online and even with this port it gets worse...Microsoft is not giving the green light to release the game????? Other crap companies get a green light to release like the abomination 'RISEN'..i don't think Champions Online is that bad...at least not for a console.
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