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EVE Online’s Unpopular ‘resource distribution’ plan, plus the messy 49u battle and Japanese localization

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Earlier today, EVE Online studio CCP Games released a dev blog on the next leg of its resource distribution plan. The studio...

Inside Star Citizen closes its summer broadcasts with a close look at 3.11’s cargo decks and feature set

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It's the final broadcast for this quarter's series of videos from Star Citizen, and this one is closing out with a deeper look...

Massively Overthinking: MMO voids that haven’t been filled

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I swear, so many of the posts I bookmark on Reddit to muse on later wind up deleted, and today I've got another one,...

Not So Massively Roundup: Destiny 2, Spellbreak, Vigor, Valorant, Frostpoint, Shadow Arena, and PUBG’s BLACKPINK collab

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Welcome to a quick roundup of some news from the Not-So-Massively world! Destiny 2: Bungie posted a trailer and a detailed dev blog on...

Broadsword just announced Ultima Online: New Legacy on its 23rd birthday

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We're updating this post with the big news down at the bottom! All year, Broadsword's been teasing something big for Ultima Online, which we've...

The Stream Team: Fourth day’s (hopefully) the charm for finishing Warframe’s Deadlock Protocol

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As hard as it is for Massively OP's MJ to break away from the Heart of Deimos fun, she really needs to wrap up...
Eat it, eat it, put it in your mouth and eat it.

Star Wars: The Old Republic previews the Feast of Prosperity on the test server

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Clearly, what a a galaxy far, far away needs for players are more seasonal events. The Feast of Prosperity is the next annual...
We should really go somewhere specific.

Massively OP Podcast Episode 289: Microsoft and Bethesda sitting in a tree

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Justin and Bree discuss Microsoft's acquisition of ZeniMax and Bethsoft, Fallout 76, Conan Exiles, Elder Scrolls Online, Echo of Soul, Phantasy Star Online 2, Final Fantasy XVI, and Crowfall, with adventures in WoW and SWG Legends, plus a mailbag topic on FOMO marketing tactics in MMOs.

Star Citizen devs offer alpha 3.10 postmortem, consider nerfs and ‘power triangle’ tweaks

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It appears that 3.10 is truly in the rearview mirror of Star Citizen, but that doesn't mean that the team at CIG hasn't...

EVE Online players submitted over 41M classifications to fight COVID for CCP’s latest Project Discovery initiative

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What's better than a science MMO story or a feel-good MMO story? One that's both. And this one is both, as EVE Online...
To rather uneventfully go.

Star Trek Online offers players a buyout option for advancing reputations

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If you're a new player in Star Trek Online, there are a lot of reputations to level up once you get to a...

Dungeons and Dragons Online postpones its level cap increase

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In a year of many game and project delays, one more isn't surprising -- even though it isn't welcome to hear. So bad news,...

EVE Online’s Rolling Thunder update arrives today

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There's nothing worse than spending all sorts of time and resources to acquire something you think will be cool... but turns out to be...

The Daily Grind: What location in your favorite MMO have you only recently discovered?

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Until last week, somehow I had heard of the Agrilat Swamp but never actually visited it in Star Wars Galaxies. SWG Legends'

Warframe begins the Great Ensmallening, adjusts Xaku on PC, talks future updates

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Oh look, there's another bundle of Warframe things going on. Let's hop in! Players on PC are now able to enjoy a fresh...

Destiny 2 outlines customizable Ghost boons arriving with Beyond Light

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Most Destiny 2 players are familiar with their Ghost, the helpful little robot friend that mostly helps players respawn when they die and...

Star Citizen’s Chris Roberts says the game’s economy simulation tech is still a ways off

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Star Citizen's Chris Roberts, bleary-eyed and exhausted from the self-reported "running a company of 630 people spread around the globe, while directing two...

The Daily Grind: What’s your ‘palate cleanser’ MMO or MMO zone?

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A few weeks back, Justin said something on the MOP Podcast that stuck with me. He was talking about how he liked to go...

The MOP Up: Razer accidentally exposes 100,000 consumer accounts

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Razer, a popular provider of gaming hardware, joined the notorious list of companies that accidentally exposed their consumer's personal information to the world. While...

Battle Bards Episode 177: Gone with the wind

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As the weather howls and gusts around us, the Battle Bards stand in the middle of it all with their heads lifted up, listening...

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