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Submitted by FSThree 1726d ago | news

Bay Area Company Seeks To Dominate MMO Genre

San Mateo, California based Gazillion Entertainment is keeping tight lipped about their inner workings, but, one is for sure – they are gearing up to dominate the MMO game space. (Casual games, Culture, Dev, Gazillion, Industry, Jumpgate Evolution, LEGO Universe, Marvel MMO, Marvel Superhero Squad Online, Marvel Universe: Online, PC)

CombineElite  +   1726d ago
Jumpgate Evolution looks OK so far like a more arcade version of EVE Online but without the looting, conspiracies, destruction of ships and resources, plex theft, and overall mayhem that make Eve so fun. oooh look you get to shoot turrets.

The PC MMO market is saturated like FPS on the console and these guys have their work cut out for them as their are some dam good one out there that are just getting noticed like Vindictus.
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