Mmofps

A massively multiplayer online game (also called MMO and MMOG) is a multiplayer video game which is capable of supporting large numbers of players simultaneously. By necessity, they are played on the Internet. MMOs usually have at least one persistent world, however some games differ. These games can be found for most network-capable platforms, including the personal computer, video game console, or smartphones and other mobile devices.MMOGs can enable players to cooperate and compete with each other on a large scale, and sometimes to interact meaningfully with people around the world. They include a variety of gameplay types, representing many video game genres.
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    • Bungie Ready to Deploy Major Updates for Destiny

      Bungie just released a blog post detailing some changes to come for Destiny. There are a number of updates that address some past concerns of players and generally improve overall enjoyment. One of the big improvements will be channels for talking with teammates. This has been a sticking point for a lot of players who argue what’s the point of an MMO if you can’t talk to your team.

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    • Bungie Releases First Update In Series

      Prepare to download a big update for Destiny today. Bungie is releasing update 1.0.3 with lots of changes from social features to technical issues. This is the first of updates leading up to The Dark Below, Bungie’s first DLC for the game coming out later this year. Bungie previously posted on their blog about some of the changes, but it was very vague on a few topics.

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  • Activision Reveals Destiny’s First DLC, The Dark Below

    … A gamer since the days of Texas Instruments PCs with cartidges, I embody the 'casual' gamer moniker. RPGs, turn based strategy, hack n slashers, NBA sims, shooters, Space flight combat sims, and mech combat sims are my forte. If you need a Battlefield commander, I'm your Cylon... I mean... um... man. More articles by Bunneh3000 » Around the Network …

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  • Survarium Giveaway – Get Your Beta Key!

    … Survarium Giveaway – Get Your Beta Key! 22 September 2014 You might remember our previous interview with Vostok Games about Survarium, their brand new online FPS project, and the preview from Gamescom 2013. Since then, a lot has been added to the game and the developer is finally letting players in for testing. Today is your lucky day…

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  • Destiny Review – Just Not Meant To Be

    … campaigns we’ve seen in a shooter. To begin, Destiny is a shooter-MMO hybrid which promises the world – or several worlds, as you explore the futuristic landscapes of planets located in our Solar System. Unfortunately, those areas are sparsely populated and don’t really fulfill that promise of exploring an actual world; Destiny’s MMO-like attributes…

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  • Destiny Live Stream Interview; Excitement, Difficulty and New Rewards

    … The coverage of Destiny continues prior to its 9/9/14 release. Destiny is arguably the most anticipated title this year. Developed by Bungie, who is most notably known for their creation ‘Halo’, has had nonstop marketing and press coverage for the game. Late in the evening on 26 Aug 14, Bunge’s Assistant Community Manager, DeeJ (David Dague…

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  • Bunneh3000 Impressions – Destiny Beta – What is and what should be

    … the first of its kind. Warframe (which is free to play on PC, PS4, and coming to Xbox One), Planetside 2 (by Sony Online Entertainment), and Phantasy Star Online are recent console games that have taken on the MMOFPS genre. Honestly, one could even argue that the Borderlands series was the entry level test bed for MMOFPS games on consoles. Each…

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  • Bungie Talks About Destiny Sequels

    …While Destiny‘s beta is already ongoing on PlayStation 3 & 4 since yesterday, Bungie has a 10 year plan to produce more in the same universe, including sequels. Speaking with Digital Trends, Engineer Roger Wolfson explained that Destiny’s very structure has been built with possible sequels in mind. Let’s say Destiny 2 [and] Destiny 3 are out…

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  • Details leaked on the upcoming Destiny beta

    … A plethora of leaked information has given gamers new wind of what to expect in upcoming FPS Destiny’s beta period. Co-developed by publishers Bungie and Activision, the game is set to be a multiplayer orientated “role playing shooter”, in which the universe is dynamic and sports features reminiscent of your average MMO. Only recently have solid…

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  • Destiny’s new trailer reveals armors and weapons

    … developed. In addition, weapons are designed in-house extensively in order to make sure each firearm is lore-friendly and fits with the game’s story and atmosphere. As for armor, it will start off as you’d expect in any MMO, with bland, unimpressive outfits at low levels, but with beautifully designed elaborate pieces that not only keep you out…

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  • Destiny PvP Needs To Be Unlocked

    … The competitive multiplayer portion of Destiny apparently won’t be available when you first pop in the disc. Bungie is diving into testy waters with its ambitious MMOFPS game Destiny. There is plenty of hype and as it stands, a number of testers and press have managed to get their hands on the game and begin providing feedback on the experience…

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  • New Info On Destiny’s Raids, The Endgame Activity

    …After the first Destiny information blowout on Monday (you can find the latest official trailer below), a Bungie developer confirmed some new things in a series of posts on the Neogaf board. Of particular interest are the first details on Raids, which is supposed to be an endgame focused activity with up to six players at once. Raids are activities…

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