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Why Fantasy MMOs Have An Edge Over Sci-Fi

21 Dec 2009 by Paul Younger
In a seemingly growing trend, next year will bring with it therelease of many new Massively Multiplayer Online Role Play Games. In2007, Turbine opened up Middle Earth with Lord of the Rings Online, andlast year two more epic fantasy favourites were also turned into onlineworlds with Age of Conan and Warhammer Online. Among the biggest MMOreleases this year were Aion, Champions Online, Fallen Earth and Runesof Magic, and the line-up for next year is even bigger. But as the listgrows with each passing year, so does the genre's diversity.Read the rest of the article here.

In a seemingly growing trend, next year will bring with it therelease of many new Massively Multiplayer Online Role Play Games. In2007, Turbine opened up Middle Earth with Lord of the Rings Online, andlast year two more epic fantasy favourites were also turned into onlineworlds with Age of Conan and Warhammer Online. Among the biggest MMOreleases this year were Aion, Champions Online, Fallen Earth and Runesof Magic, and the line-up for next year is even bigger. But as the listgrows with each passing year, so does the genre’s diversity.Read the rest of the article here.

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