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Comment In: [Feature - 12/14/2012 - 04:35]

I 'm not seeing the ...

I 'm not seeing the viewpoint of an MMO consultant here, but I do see the veiwpoint of a player who would want a game to be completly free. Comments that display such contempt for story/grindy stuff that he doesn 't like anyway, lead this 'consultant ' to this: Conclusion ...

Comment In: [News - 05/30/2012 - 03:46]

Make it unique, make it ...

Make it unique, make it your own, and if other people feel your passion, they will beat a path to your door. I cannot agree more with the passion aspect of this article. r n r nI believe that developing for yourself is mostly critical to self-satisfaction and does not ...

Comment In: [News - 02/01/2012 - 06:06]

I have recently noticed an ...

I have recently noticed an uptick of indie titles appearing in Kickstarter.com a site for posting project ideas that seek additional angel funding from small 5 and large donors . Not only have I noticed that more indie devs ideas are appearing there, but I've noticed that tons of people ...

Comment In: [News - 09/07/2011 - 05:31]

Blizzard dummed WoW down to ...

Blizzard dummed WoW down to attract more players, the concequence of that action was that the game became too easy for veterans. That is why the experienced WoW players chew right through content. Sony made a similar decision with the Star wars Galaxies NGE New Game Enhencements , taking the ...

Comment In: [News - 08/10/2011 - 06:57]

Well this is either going ...

Well this is either going to be a really good thing, or a really bad thing. Partially automated community management is a godsend to any MMO developer, but the community may rebel if the filters are too constrictive and/or apply restrictions on something that is not harmful like well intended ...