IncGamers' MMO News Wrap-Up

IncGamers' Bill Vaughan goes over the last week of MMO news, which this time includes stories on Aion, The Secret World, Star Trek Online, World of Warcraft, Global Agenda and Mortal Online.

"Aside from nudey people, Mortal Online is set to shake MMOs up a little. It takes the sandbox theory and runs with it, featuring player housing which can be build wherever players fancy creating their home, full looting of fallen opponents and a crafting system that allows characters to make any item in the game."

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AndyA3204d ago

Intrigued by Mortal Online. Like the idea of it being entirely first person but, at the same time, doesn't that make a fair bit of the customisation pointless?

Leord3204d ago

Well... there's always mirrors, surely? :)

Redrudy3204d ago

Yeah I agree Andy. Character customisation is a major factor in MMOs.

Leord3204d ago

I like that Aion is doing well!

Maticus3204d ago

I haven't played WoW for a while, I'm not end-game focussed so there's nothing new for me right now. Star Trek Online has kept me occupied though, and Global Agenda. Both good fun.

Cogo3204d ago

Global Agenda has potential. Taken many good aspects of Hellgate and made it into a cohesive MMO.

Redrudy3204d ago

That is not the first time I have heared people compare Global Agenda to Hellgate. I hope it doesn't suffer the same fate.

Fyzzu3204d ago

Hurray for nudity. That definitely won't make Mortal Online a target of more "I was sexually abused online" stories than Second Life.

Medievaldragon3204d ago

Lot of MMOs lately. Can they really make a dent on WoW? Hellgate better hurry up or there won't be much of the pie to grab.