Monthly Archives: August 2009

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Future of the MMO Game Industry

Like all industries, the MMO game industry follows the business cycle of innovation, saturation and maturation. There was a grand period from about 1997 until 2004 when new MMOs were released with consistent improvement and innovation driving the industry growth. This innovation peaked with World of Warcraft in 2004. As WoW made ever more money, [...]

By | August 12th, 2009|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Future of the MMO Game Industry

Too Many Free MMORPGs

Honestly, I think the free to play MMORPG game market is growing way too fast. It seems like every month a n ambitious new game publisher opens its doors for the first time in hopes of making it big in a market overflowing with MMORPGs. Companies like Aeria Games that have multiple successful titles like [...]

By | August 11th, 2009|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Too Many Free MMORPGs

Multiple MMORPG Publishers Publishing the same game?

Why is it that more than one MMORPG game publisher publishes the same game? It doesn’t make any sense. Games like Nostale for example are available in the United States through two different publishers. Players can sign up for the game on nostale.net or on nostale.uforia.com. Isn’t it weird that the same game is available [...]

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MMORPG Rant – Give us More Unique Games

ver since the free MMORPG / MMO market exploded, the gaming market has been flooded with new titles. There is literally a new MMORPG coming out every month now, but even with all of these new games being released, only a handful are truly unique. For some reason game developers like releasing cookie cutter generic [...]

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