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Now that all the big MMO heavy hitters are out of the way, you’d think that it’d be time for MMOZine to wind down for 2012, but you’d be wrong! This month we have the latest in the on-going saga to save City of Heroes from impending closure, a preview of Petroglyph’s MMORTS End of Nations, and we take the latest Lord of the Rings expansion into the field for a quick ride. Oh we also have the latest on Transformers Universe – well as much as Jagex were willing to tell us. 2012 has plenty of life in her yet!

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If we can steal you away from Guild Wars 2 for a few minutes, you might want to know what’s in this issue of MMOZine. We take the Sylvari class for a spin, interview Gameforge to find out what RaiderZ is all about and we give our definitive thoughts on why The Secret World might just be the most innovative MMORPG of the year. Oh and before we forget, there’s also a great feature discussing how Need For Speed World bounced back from potential disaster. Give us a read – then you can go back to more public questing.

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MMOZine Issue 25

MMOZine Issue 25

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If you’ve always wanted to be a pirate and plunder treasure from exotic locations then Bounty Bay Online may just be the game you’re looking for. Inside this month’s issue we review the fourth expansion for the game entitled “Atlantis”, and check out what new features it brings to the table. Plus we also review LEGO Universe, the game for adults and kids alike as you play and build with those iconic toys online. And that’s not all as we also go a little Cataclysm crazy with both an exclusive developer interview and feature inside for the new third expansion set. Got some time to spare? Why not download this month’s issue of MMOZine now and getting reading!

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MMOZine Issue 23

MMOZine Issue 23

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The highly anticipated third expansion set is coming soon to World of Warcraft and inside we preview the beta for Cataclysm. In which we try out the two new playable races, Goblins and Worgens as well as everything else that’s changed in the world of Azeroth, which is a lot! Plus we also have a preview for Aion 2.0 Assault on Balaurea, the exciting new update for Aion which will open up new areas for players to explore along with other new features to enjoy. And along with these previews we also have review’s for both APB and Heroes of Might & Magic Kingdoms that you won’t want to miss!

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You can download the new issue of MMOZine for free. And inside this months issue we have a 5 page spread devoted entirely to the top ten most highly anticipated MMO’s of 2010. Which include amongst others Guild Wars 2, The secret World and APB. Not to be missed if you’re looking for a new world to explore next year.

Plus we have an exclusive Bounty Bay Online interview with the games developers Frogster, in which we discuss the games new expansion (Beyond the Horizon) as well as what new changes are being made to the pirate themed MMO to help improve the gameplay. You can also read more about the MMO and its upcoming expansion in our special feature inside.

We’ve also got a lot more MMO news packed throughout the issue for you to enjoy with a our monthly 7up feature highlighting all the impressive MMO’s coming soon and there’s also a special Christmas 7up page dedicated to all the special treats available on many of the popular MMO’s this month.

Plus that’s not all as we have in-depth reviews for Lord of the Rings Online: Siege of Mirkwood, Alganon, Runes of Magic, Champions Online and EVE Online Dominion. You can also enter our exclusive Bounty Bay Online competition in a bid to win one of 500 starter packs for the game.

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Sony’s new hand-held console the PSPgo has had its price cut by HMV today, you can now pick up the console for £148.99. Unfortunately though this offer only lasts until the end of the day. The Executive Producer for the popular MMO Lord of the Rings Online has been speaking about how they continually tweak the combat system to try and get the best results for players. Jason Holtman from Valve has been talking about digital distribution and how publishers have evolved to deal with the change. The developers behind the upcoming Thief 4 game say that everything is on track and doing better than expected at the games current development stage. And we have the first part of our exclusive interview with lord of the rings online developer Jeffrey Steefel in which we discuss combat, testing and Dol Guldu.


The director of the White Knight Chronicles Yoshiaki Kusuda believes there lot of work to be done for the JRPG genre to gain lost ground as it’s currently losing momentum in Japan. Modern Warfare 2 could have featured aliens & zombies before the writers opted for the Russia, America war plot. The producer of the upcoming Command & Conquer 4 game Raj Joshi, has been saying some pretty interesting remarks about RTS players. We take a look at the Modern Warfare 2 effect, as other titles look to have benefited form the giant titles success. Plus we have a round-up of some of the PC games you might want to take a look at this week. And lastly we have the final part of our LOTRO: Siege of Mirkwood preview up on our site now.