PVP, Voice Coming to Dungeon Runners

Between now and next month's E3 Expo Dungeon Runner, NCSoft's free-to-play online dungeon crawler, is getting some major updates.

The game will still look the same, but once the upgrades hits Dungeon Runners will feature voice chat, a new play control system, more quests and, the best part, some player versus player action. One thing though won't change, the game will continue to run on a split free and pay-to-play model.


One Shots: Goodnight Sweet Prince

With the change in the new year, bid a fond farewell to Dungeon Runners, which shuffled off the Internets last night. It's always sad to see an MMO go, especially a wacky, fun, free-to-play title. Thankfully, Massively reader Ripper McGee was on-hand last night to capture this screenshot from the final moments.

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Dungeon Runners to die at New Year

Stephen Nichols, producer and lead programmer of NCsoft's free-to-play online RPG Dungeon Runners, has announced that the game is to shut down on January 1st 2010. Reason: it's not making money.

"Dungeon Runners just isn't cutting the mustard," Nichols confessed. "If she were a ship, she'd be taking on water... The game just isn't profitable."

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Knightrid8085389d ago

NCSoft has shut down a lot of MMOs recently. Hence the reason why I'm skeptical on getting Aion or not.

Bobby Kotex5389d ago

Well, it was a free game that wasn't very fun to play. Aion is a different beast.

DirtyLary5389d ago

A pastel dressing wearing beast.

Gotta pass on that ridicules grind.


IGN: Free-to-Play Spotlight: Dungeon Runners

It's been two years since NC Soft released its tongue-in-cheek MMORPG-slash-dungeon crawler, Dungeon Runners, and now the self-proclaimed "Mother of all RPGs" is finally getting primed for a much-awaited cash shop. In keeping with DR's light-hearted tone, the ingame shops will be called TURDs, ostensibly an acronym for Townston's Universally Recognized Dollar which is also going to be the cash shop currency.