Tag Archives: MMORPG
This Star Trek Online "Ancient Enemies" Trailer teases the upcoming Season Two in Cryptic’s Trekkie MMORPG. As the title suggest, this centers around some ancient enemies, though they don’t look all that decrepit, which may be thanks to Botox. The clip follows.
A post to Blizzard’s World of Warcraft Forums by community manager Zarhym explains why they intend for Icecrown Citadel to be the final raid of the current WoW expansion in terms of tiered progression, even though some high level players complain that they completed all the current raids within nanoseconds of their release. Zarhym makes it clear that it is not in the best interest of the game as whole to spend considerable resources on content that will only be experienced by a fraction of the players in their MMORPG (thanks Ant via IncGamers). The full quote follows.
Compared to the number of players who saw or came close to completing the original Naxxramas or Sunwell, that’s actually a promising statistic if you’re correct. We’ve said numerous times we didn’t like spending so much development time on Naxxramas or Sunwell so a few thousand players could kill the final bosses. If a handful of players who make up the top guilds in the world, or even top on a single server, are occupied in Icecrown Citadel for at least another two months, you can infer that an incredibly larger percentage of players will find challenges here for months to come. 🙂
A new "Belly of the Beast" trailer for Star Trek Online shows off some
peaceful exploration intense spaceship combat in Cryptic’s upcoming Trekkie MMORPG. The clip is posted on GameTrailers.
The Exclusive Interview with Cryptic Studios on Ten Ton Hammer chats with Joe Harrington about gear in Star Trek Online, Cryptic’s upcoming sci-fi MMORPG. Along the way they discuss storage, the absence of permadeath for bridge crew, armor types, a more "item-centric" approach than other Cryptic games, gear scavenging, and more.
Al Rivera Talks Star Trek Online on IncGamers chats about the upcoming Trekkie MMORPG, covering topics like playing as a Klingon, Klingon ships, crafting, playable factions that may come in the future, the game’s timeframe, lessons learned from the Champions Online launch, the influence of the recent Star Trek movie’s alternate continuity, and more.