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Tearing It Up: TERA Open Beta This Weekend, Too

The teams behind TERA must be sighing at the news they're going up against the Diablo III open beta this weekend, but that's nevertheless what they're doing. If you're not bash skeletons in Blizzard's forthcoming sequel, then perhaps you might want to nose at the freshly-converted "action" MMO, TERA. Converted, that is, from its natural Korean state, where it has already been running for some…

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TERA Starts A New Journey (To Monsters)

Those remarkably un-froglike people at Frogster have sent over their latest story trailer for "action" MMO TERA, and by gum it looks pretty, as you can see below. I've also added in the most recent in-game footage for good measure, as TERA lands in Europe on 3rd May, and beta sign-ups are now taking place on the site. I suspect it will be hard pressed…

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TERA Accepting Closed Beta Applications

TERA is an "action MMO" with a relatively complex political system, which allows players to gain control of resources through democracy or violent monster-bashing. It's an accepted but little spoken truth that our own Nick Clegg only elevated himself to the position he fails to enjoy today by grinding rats for hours on end. Forget all that though and ask yourself one simple question: do…

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We’ll Myth It: Mythos Europe Soon Dead

This is a sad end to the story of Mythos. You might remember that this was the MMO being devloped by Flagship Seattle, a studio led by a band of ex-Blizzard employees, many of whom worked on the Diablo games. When Flagship floundered and died in 2008, the game was catapulted into limbo. Some months later it was given new life by Asian publisher HanbitSoft,…

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TERA To Spawn In Europe Spring 2012

Much-delayed "action MMO" TERA has finally got a Euro release slot, roughly speaking. It's going to hit in Spring 2012. Frogster's Daniel Ullrich explained: “By launching TERA in Spring 2012 we ensure that the game will not only live up to expectations, but surpass them. We’ll be unveiling various features at Gamescom and rest assured these are just the tip of the iceberg in terms…

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Blink And You’ll Myth It: Mythos Released

See the takeover advert that currently adorns this page like somebody's upended roast dinner? The game it's for, free-to-play Diablo-alike Mythos, has just been released. You can download the client here, and play for as long as you please with your entirely wallet stowed for the duration. What an age we live in! How far we've come. How far we've come from prehistoric times, when…

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Mythos Finally Debuts In Europe

And not for everyone, either, as it's a closed beta, which you can sign up to here. The beta itself will kick off on February 8th. The saga of Mythos is quite the thing. It was a promising hack 'n' slash MMO back when it was announced in 2007 (I think?) and was anticipated for release in 2008, I think we even got a beta…

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Ongoing Rebirth Of Mythos, Euro Beta Now

Of all the ill-fated games of recent years that I have been surprised to see live again, Mythos comes close to top of the list. When Flagship spiraled into bankruptcy it looked like the game would go down with them, but it turns out that companies such as HanbitSoft, Red Bana, and Frogster had other ideas. Over the past year the game has slowly come…

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Mythos Edges Ever Closer

The rebirth of Mythos - the splendid Fate-like MMO originally created to stress-test the Hellgate: London servers - still doesn't have a release date, but is looking ever-more concrete. Travis Baldree's game was the surprising highlight of Flagship Studios, before he went on to create the happiness that was Torchlight. Then it was all swallowed up in the ugly mess of Flagship's collapse, and the…

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Runes Of Magic, Live Today

Having enticed half a million people into the beta, Frogster's free-to-play MMO, Runes Of Magic, has now gone live. It looks a little like - let's face it - World Of Warcraft, and there's not much chance it'll compete that that behemoth, but when it costs no pennies that might not be such a bad thing. It boasts similar launch feature lists too, such as…

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