Accompanying my recent article giving my opinion of the potential of next-generation MMO gaming thanks to Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, I decided to give my 2 cents on what I thought could be an amazing MMO game.
It's a genre that has touched generations decade after decade but we've yet to see it seriously impact the MMO space, go-karts and weapons!
Our resident MMOMoose recently touched on the potential of a dinosaur related MMO game and it really got me thinking, could it work?
With all the great franchises that deserve a decent MMO game, there's one that rises above all competition, Aliens.
Only really surpassed by Cowboys and Indians, Cops & Robbers is one of the oldest rivalries around and it provides a massive amount of potential for an MMO game.
Another of my MMO pipe dreams. This time I take a look at the potential of a PvP, stealth-based MMO that borrows elements from Splinter Cell
Nothing gets the adrenaline pumping fear-fueled experience in the very best survival horror has to offer; but what about us MMO fans?
Following the comments of Director and Co-owner of Iron Clad Games, Fraser, our very own Nicholas Greene discussed the current decline in the RTS genre, which lead me to thinking about the relationship between the dying RTS genre and the hugely popular MOBA genre.
Blaine takes a look at another area of the MMO world that has received next to no attention over the years, the concept of online wrestling MMORPG games.
The Wild West has long been an obsessions of the modern day era. The lawlessness, the battles of pride and honor and in true heroic fashion, the damsel in distress. However, we've yet to see an MMO that has been able to capture all of these elements.