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Is the world of Harry Potter Turbine's next MMO project? {Massively}

Jun 9th 2008 5:00PM i, for one, would welcome our new Hogwarts overlords. this would be hot and, if done well, could be an absolutely huge family gaming title.

Joystiq Podcast 050 - Self-congratulatory edition {Joystiq}

May 24th 2008 4:11PM there are... no words.

conga-rats guise! best photochop + intro 1-2 punch EVAR.

Halcyon plans to transform Philip K Dick's work into games {Big Download}

May 24th 2008 3:19PM hot. can't wait to see what they pick...

Joystiq Podcast 045 - Million dollar string edition {Joystiq}

Apr 11th 2008 3:45PM this pic made my day. In Joystiq, all Miyagi know two things: fish and podcasting.

Welcome ArenaNet's newest Community Manager {Massively}

Apr 8th 2008 7:07PM woooooo Brinstar!! conga-rats!!

Two Karas Enter: Karathress vs Kara Thrace {WoW}

Apr 5th 2008 2:02PM Billy FTW!!

What do you want play more: The Agency or Warhammer Online? {Massively}

Mar 15th 2008 3:56AM personally drooling more over The Agency. a little burnt out on fantasy atm... also the gameplay looked really hot from what we saw at CES (... aaaaand i'm looking for an excuse to buy a PS3. although i think MGS4 will probably get me to that threshold long before The Agency)

GDC08: Raph Koster's 'Reinventing MMOs, a Metaplace 'antemortem'' {Massively}

Feb 28th 2008 12:06AM i've seen Raph speak many times (including 2 other times over the course of the GDC week, both of which were much more engaging than this one) and this was unfortunately the most uninspiring of all. the talk he gave during the Worlds in Motion Summit was much more interesting, although he didn't actually talk that much about MetaPlace in it:
http://www.massively.com/2008/02/19/gdc08-raph-koster-gets-sentimental-about-virtual-worlds/

i too am fan of MetaPlace and looking forward to trying it out, but this talk was extremely developer-oriented and technical -- which is sort of understandable given the venue (they don't call it a developer's conference for nuthin' and all :)).