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Massively on the GO: Talking MMOARGs with Orna’s lead dev

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We've talked a bit about Orna: The GPS RPG a few times here in the Massively on the Go column, as this indie game helps...

You’re an MMOTCG, Harry: NetEase and Warner Bros. announce Harry Potter Magic Awakened

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If you're still mourning the January death of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, don't worry: The franchise has yet another multiplayer wizarding world mobile title...

Global Chat: Is free-to-play in MMOs universally awful?

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I think a lot of us sport a wide range of opinions on free-to-play business models, particularly depending on the way it's applied to...
Last cast.

Harry Potter Wizards Unite hosts final round of events before its sunset

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This month has been a bittersweet one for players of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, as the mobile ARG announced last November that it would...

Massively on the Go: Orna’s a definitive MMOARG – but it keeps you at home

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Twice now I have suggested a theoretical Earthbound ARG, and a central idea of such a game would be having a chosen safe spot for...

Massively on the Go: Pikmin Bloom began with Nintendo’s vibes, drifted to Niantic’s void

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It's been about a month since Pikmin Bloom was released, and anecdotally, I've noticed social media and real-world communities dying off. But it feels...

Massively OP Podcast Episode 346: Endwalker, ArcheAge, Lost Ark, and New World

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Justin and Bree discuss FFXIV's Endwalker delay, WoW's financials and player council, ArcheAge's new publisher, Gamigo's new MMORPG, Lost Ark's beta, New World's state, DDO update 51, Elder Scrolls Online's Deadlands, Harry Potter Wizard Unite's sunset, and Crowfall's freemium update, with adventures in LOTRO, Fallen Earth, City of Heroes, and Star Wars Galaxies, plus a mailbag topic on worry about the future of the genre.
Where's Glimmer?

Battle Bards Episode 203: The music of mobile MMOs

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For this week’s episode, the Battle Bards turn their attention to an oft-neglected realm of MMO music — that of mobile titles. Will Steff...

Massively Overthinking: Would you play your favorite MMO without its IP?

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Nonameplease recently posed us an interesting topic, inspired by a thread on the Star Trek Online subreddit. "It seems most people don't think the...
Last cast.

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite celebrates its second anniversary with 742 million real-world kilometers walked

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Those that choose to dive in deep with an alternate reality game should expect to walk (and drive) an awful lot. And all of...
Whee.

The MOP Up: Who’s showing up to E3 this year?

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It remains to be seen how big or relevant E3 is going to be this year, but there certainly is interest in which studios...

Pokemon Go promotes its ‘Sustainability Campaign’ with project seed money and game rewards

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We've known since Pokemon Go's April event details that Niantic had an Earth Day-related event on deck, but this week's preview shows the event is...

Massively on the Go: Mother Nintendo should make Niantic Earthbound

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So, Nintendo and Niantic will work together for more AR games based on Nintendo IPs. No great surprise from me, as I'd mentioned years...
Same hat.

The MOP Up: Destiny 2 sanctions unorthodox raiding

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Just because the devs think you're going to play the game one way doesn't mean that players aren't going to pour a whole lot...

The MOP Up: Harry Potter Wizards Unite fights the heavy-hitters

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You better bring your A-game and your B-wand to Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, because you're going to be in the virtual fight of your...

The MOP Up: Anarchy Online’s remixed raid

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It's always a notable event when a stagnating MMORPG suddenly receives an infusion of new content. Such was the case for Anarchy Online this...

The MOP Up: FFXIV blasts out its first remix album

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Final Fantasy XIV's soundtrack is downright legendary -- and now it's gotten even better, thanks to the game's first "remix" album that was just...

The MOP Up: Life Beyond beefs up building

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Life Beyond's recent patch is a spot of good news for budding builders: "With this release, buildings get free energy so you don't have...

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...

The MOP Up: EVE Echoes racks up one million players

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It looks like CCP's newest mobile game is already a smash hit. According to the studio, EVE Echoes has already crossed one million players...

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