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Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Final Fantasy XIII Dengeki Special Edition Trailer

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Wii Fit - Hopes for Super Sized American!

Source : Wikigiz

Shortly after Nintendo’s regain the “King of the Game Console” title.Wii Fit was announced at Nintendo’s E3 press conference, and Shigeru Miyamoto surprisingly took the stage to show off the project. Nintendo is surely printing money with Wii Fit. It’s going to sell shed loads, and it’s a very clever move by the company that’s managed to expand the games market by appealing to the lucrative mainstream crowd with similarly quirky titles on Wii and DS.

You can play a yoga game that had you stand balanced in a range of different positions, following the motions of an on-screen character, and it challenges you to hold these positions for a set amount of time while it records your balance data, from which it will give you a score.

This will probably be a high demand product for the super sized North American.

Wii : King of Game Console?
Total of 13.17 million of Units Sold Around the World.

  • Americas 5.46 million as of Sept. 30th, 2007
  • Japan 3.67 million as of Sept. 30th, 2007
  • Other 4.04 million as of Sept. 30th, 2007

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Sunday, December 16, 2007

From Official Site : Lineage ][ - The Kamael

Source :Official Site

For more than three epic years, Lineage II has offered the world's elite MMORPG gamers unrivalled Player versus Player combat set against a lush backdrop of exotic creatures, warring clans, castle sieges and an ever-growing fantasy world. Today, the Kamael bring the dawn of a new era to the Lands of Aden.

The Kamael is the next huge, FREE update for Lineage II — offering the chance to take part in a game that has captured the imagination and reach over 17 MILLION gamers worldwide. Debuting the Chaotic Throne™ series, The Kamael delivers a huge helping of compelling gameplay for new players and long-timers alike.

If you hunger for more than just questing, and you thirst for power & influence in the games you play — shed just one tear for those who will fall before you, and read on.

An Entire New Race – The Kamael
One winged soldiers with affinity to dark magics, the Kamael are born to fight. Devouring the souls of their enemies to power their own abilities, Kamael are formidable enemies and powerful allies. Males and females present different class types to choose – a Lineage II first!

Hellbound and Isle of Prayer
Weave your way through the tale of Beleth – unlocking the terrifying Hellbound lands, or redeem yourself by defeating the raid boss Baylor in Isle of Prayer, if you dare! High level areas designed with veteran players in mind, these new zones are beyond tough – they will chew up the unworthy as easily as a butcher shreds meat.

Fortress Battles
Conquer and rule over 20 newly constructed fortresses to gain unique benefits! Focused upon small to medium size clans, or even just adventuring parties, fortress battles take place when you want to siege - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

New Items & Item slots
Acquire the coveted Agathion pets, wield powerful Talismans, or don the exquisite & deadly new hair accessories for much more than a night on the town! Proudly flaunt your power and privilege as Aden’s elite! You’ll have to work hard to earn it – these items don’t come easily, and you’ll undoubtedly face a war (or two) in the process.

New Player Experience
Nobody wants to be a noob. Learning the ropes is simpler than ever with the latest slick improvements and enhancements – easing the player through the beginning levels of the game. Your opponents will undoubtedly be merciless, but gaining expertise on how to fight is much more forgiving.

Account Services
At long last – powers that alter your personal presence in Lineage II appear. Character Server transfer, Name change and Gender change arrive for Lineage II shortly after launch of The Kamael. So, if you need to change your identity because you have killed so many enemies, or want to move to a server where your friends are – these are powers now within your grasp!.

So, whether you played a while ago, or are brand new to the Lineage II experience – we invite you to come see what the excitement is all about!

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Saturday, December 15, 2007

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Elf Online Close Beta Bug Hunting & Double Experience Event

Elf Online Closed Beta, Win the Prize...
Here from Official Site :

Hello! Thank you for your participation in Elf Online Closed Beta. We hope you enjoy Elf Online and all the fun it has to offer. We are asking for your help and feedback regarding to the game. While enjoying Elf Onlinesta, if you happen to run into any bugs, please report this to and you could have a chance to win some great prizes!

Furthermore, all players will receive double experience during close beta, making you able to explore the Elf Online world to a deeper layer.

How to Win
Using the following format, enter all the information about what you discovered. At the end of Closed Beta, all submissions will be looked at and counted. Ten winners who report the most unique bugs will receive a prize. If you report the most creative bug (as determined/judged by Elf Online Team), you will also receive a prize.

Bug Description:
Location in Game (if necessary):
Special items needed:
Npc Related:
System Specs (OS, Processor, Video Card, RAM):
Your Location:
Internet Service Provider:
Internet Connection Speed:
Other Details:
Screenshot: (Your could press Print Screen to get screenshot.)

First Place (One Playrer): One i Phone
Second Place (Ten Players): 10000 Elf Online Item Mall Points
Third Place (Thirty Players): 5000 Elf Online Item Mall Points

Rules & Regulations
The decisions of the Game Masters are final and Rules & Regulations are subject to change with or without prior notice.
All postings are subject to a validity test by the Outspark QA Team.
All Bugs must be posted in the Bug Report Forum where there is a thread specifically for this Event.
Any player who posts anything other than bugs is the Event Thread will automatically be disqualified.
Winners will be announced and rewarded during the Open Beta of Elf Online.

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Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess Review

Source: gamespot

Square Enix Ltd., the publisher of Square Enix interactive entertainment products in Europe and other PAL territories, announced today that WINGS OF THE GODDESS the fourth expansion pack for FINAL FANTASY XI, a successful massively multi-player online role-playing game (MMORPG), is now available for Windows and Xbox 360.

This fourth expansion to FINAL FANTASY XI sends players twenty years back in time, right at the core of the Crystal War, the main event upon which the FINAL FANTASY XI storyline is based. With new jobs, enemies and exciting features it will make FINAL FANTASY XI one of the most involving and deep MMORPG experiences ever.

John Yamamoto, president and chief executive officer of Square Enix Ltd. comments, "The world of FINAL FANTASY XI continues to grow with both new content and new players. WINGS OF THE GODDESS provides the latest exciting expansion to Vana'diel with a host of features that ensures FINAL FANTASY XI continues to evolve and entertain."

-New Combat Features:
An all-new "Allied Campaign" system will allow players to take part in large-scale battles and explore new special dungeons

-New Areas:
New settings further expand the vast world of Vana'diel

-Mog House Guests:

Players will be able to invite their friends to their Mog Houses, showing their personalised furniture and special items. It is a new way to talk about past adventures and future plans in an entirely customised setting.
-New Jobs
-New Monsters

New Jobs
Dancer - With their aggressive steps, these thewy terpsichoreans would weave forbidden magicks upon themselves and their enemies, producing results rivalling those of even the most powerful sorcerous cants. The popularity of this profession reached its peak during the Great War, when dancers were common additions to the allied army units fighting on the front lines.
Scholar - During the Crystal War, these military tacticians often served as high-ranking officers in allied forces across Vana'diel. Extensive knowledge of ancient martial theory granted them the ability to wield dual schools of magic, between which they would alternate depending on the situation at hand.

For more information about WINGS OF THE GODDESS, please visit

FINAL FANTASY XI takes you into the aftermath of a great war, as you answer a desperate call to defend your people. In this first ever cross-platform massively multiplayer online game, you'll unite with other heroes as you attempt to save the world from utter destruction. The adventure continues in multiple expansion packs: Rise of the Zilart, Chains of Promathia and Treasures of Aht Urhgan and the latest expansion WINGS OF THE GODDESS.

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Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Ken and Chun Li Appear in 3D Korean MMO

Game site Insert Credit directs our attention to Korean MMO Perfect KO, which has Street Fighter's Ken and Chun-Li as playable and customizable 3D characters. What's more, the game's developer Neowiz is open to including character licenses from other fighters as well! As Insert Credit explains, the game is a 6-or-less simultaneous fighter with 3-on-3 matches and a survival mode. Beta test kicks off December 6th, and Ken will be playable. If more fighters are added, they should really call this fighter Neowiz vs. Capcom vs. SNK vs. SEGA vs. Tecmo vs. Namco.

Here Some Screenshots From the Game

Source: Kotaku

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Trickster Online

Trickster Online is MMORPG based on story of group of adventurers from around the world vying to become the greatest adventurer of all time, Trickster!

- Cute and fun characters based on bunny, sheep, raccoon, cat, and buffalo.

- A wide variety of skills and jobs, which can be changed for ultimate fuscreenshot0018n.

- Plenty of quests and stories for hours of  gameplay!
- Don't wanna fight? That's not a problem with the exclusive Drilling System. You can find hidden items with the Drill of your choice!

- Forget the old, boring battle system; our gripping card-based system is here!
- Create a cyber home inside the game, My Camp! Show your personality by decorating your My Camp and show it off to new friends! For more info on Trickster Online, please check out Official Site
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Great Web Base RPG - Adventure Quest

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SERVER ONLINE : 12046 Playing On Tuesday, December 04, 2007 9:44:44 PM EST

What is AdventureQuest?
AdventureQuest is a fully Flash-animated RPG that you can play when you are on your lunchbreak, when the big game servers go down, or even for hours every day! You fight against hordes of monsters and enemies so that you can grow stronger and obtain ancient weapons of unimaginable power. You need nothing more than your web browser and the latest Macromedia Flash plugin to play.

Create a NEW Free Account today and enter the world of AdventureQuest! Explore an entire world, filled with over 700 monsters, hundreds of items, magical powers to gain, and many classes to master! Become a Fighter, Wizard, Ninja, Vampire Slayer, Rogue, Knight, Mage, Paladin, Dragonslayer, and more.

Always changing! This game is in an ongoing development phase. We are always creating and adding new content to the game and updating the main game engine to improve the experience for everyone. New quests, areas, items or events show up every week in AdventureQuest!
There are currently over 600 unique enemies to encounter, 400 unique weapons, over 150 unique armors and shields to use, and hundreds of spells and pets to aid you in battle, all found in dozens of quests, towns and areas through the world.

Source: Official Site

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Playstation Store comes to the PC

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It’s a dream come true. Yes, folks. You don’t need a PS3 to actually access the Playstation Store now.
Sony has FINALLY gone and updated their store and created an activation point where you can activate up to five PSPs to your account and can create subaccounts to actually buy different types of things. You have to charge your “virtual wallet” to actually buy anything, and I haven’t actually gotten around to trying the purchasing since I’m in the middle of a mission for Portable Ops Plus, but it’s definitely going to be tested and there will be hell to pay if it doesn’t work.

I have to say that I’ve been waiting for this online feature for a long time too. So far, from what I can tell, this could actually be Mac or PC based altogether since you just have to attach your USB cable to your system and click the activate button on your web browser.

The games are definitely not quite what I had in mind for PS1. Some good ones, but come on…. where’s the classics such as Parasite Eve? Come on Sony, you really can do better than that. The downloadable PSP games could also be a little cheaper, as well as the PS1 games. $14.99 for Wipeout Pure when I can buy a used media one for less? Come on. And PS1 for ten bucks? I’d rather buy a Wii Console game for that money.

All in all though, this is some pretty sweet news although there are a few caveats that I hope Sony irons out. Either way, empowering the players with more alternatives really makes it a good thing.

System Requirements
PSP® system

  • System software version 3.70 or later
PC operating system
  • Microsoft® Windows® XP Home EditionMicrosoft® Windows® XP
  • ProfessionalMicrosoft® Windows® XP Media Center EditionMicrosoft® Windows®
  • Vista™ Home BasicMicrosoft® Windows® Vista™ Home PremiumMicrosoft®
  • Windows® Vista™ UltimateMicrosoft® Windows® Vista™ Business

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Friday, November 30, 2007

Top 5 Free MMORPGs

granado 1. Granado Espada / Sword of the New World

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so 2. Silkroad Online

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nostale2 3. Nostale

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maple 4. MapleStory

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fiesta 5. Fiesta Online

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Final Fantasy XI: Accounts Banned Again


Picture Taken from FFXI Stratics

The official website of Final Fantasy XI reported the termination of multiple accounts held by players involved in the usage of third-party tools or cheats, or engaged in RMT (Real Money Trading) activities.

Based on the results of our investigation, around 4,400 PlayOnline accounts were terminated while around 1,210 accounts were temporarily suspended. Additionally, it has increased the number of mass bannings against certain PlayOnline violations in order to prevent illegal acts.

Usage of tools that allow enhanced character movement.
November 6, Approx. 290 cases
November 9, Approx. 400 cases
November 12, Approx. 300 cases

Usage of tools that circumvent game mechanics with respect to the timing of ability use, etc. in certain areas or at points where Notorious Monsters appear.
November 14, Approx. 20 cases

More Banned List: Here

The termination of these accounts has led to the removal of approximately 2 billion gil from circulation.

The website announced: "We would like to remind players that as well as adversely affecting game balance, the use of third-party tools or cheats can also have consequences that are not immediately obvious, such as introducing damaging viruses, and comprising the security of private account details. Usage of third-party tools will not be tolerated within FINAL FANTASY XI, and we will continue to severely penalize any players found to be in violation of the PlayOnline Member Agreement."

Source: mmosite

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Top 10 Fantasy MMORPGs

In a post at the website of internetgames, Dave Spohn has some thoughts on Top 10 Fantasy MMORPGs. We are glad to share it with you, if you have an opinion on the subject, feel free to leave a comment.

The details are as below:

There are a remarkable number of choices available to massively multiplayer online gamers compared to a few years ago, but medieval fantasy continues to be the most popular setting. In these games you create a character, don a sword or a spellbook, and venture off into a persistent online world in search of experience points. An Internet connection is required and these games typically charge a monthly subscription fee. I rely a lot on user feedback as well as my personal experience when rating these games, so if you have an opinion on the subject, feel free to leave a comment.


1. World of Warcraft

View Full-Size Blizzard Entertainment muscled its way into the MMORPG market back in 2004 with this game based on their illustrious Warcraft strategy series. Although it does not rewrite the book on MMORPGs, exceptional artistry, nicely paced gameplay, a particularly engaging world, solid PvP, and a great interface have already made World of Warcraft a favorite among fans of this genre. It's easily the most refined and popular game of its kind with millions of players worldwide. The Battlechest version includes both the original game and the first expansion, The Burning Crusade.


2. EverQuest II

View Full-SizeMany people discovered MMORPGs by playing EverQuest, so EverQuest II had high expectations to live up to, and it doesn't disappoint. The graphics are outstanding, voiceovers are used extensively, character creation is very impressive, and the combat system is a cut above the rest. Since release there have been several expansions and adventure packs, and PvP servers have also been added to the game.


3. The Lord of the Rings Online

View Full-SizeSet in the mythical world of J.R.R. Tolkien, Turbine has built a MMORPG around the famous story that in many ways defined the fantasy genre. The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar lets you experience the adventure as a Human, Hobbit, Dwarf, or an Elf, and is designed to bring you into contact with various members of the Fellowship along the way. PvP is offered through "monster play," which allows players to temporarily assume the role of monsters in an optional battleground. It's an impressive rendition of Middle-earth that has had extensive content updates since launch.

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4. Dark Age of Camelot

A very well-established MMORPG set in the land of King Arthur. Player vs. player conflict is central to this game, as the map is divided into three realms which attempt to raid each others territory and capture relics. The 5th Anniversary Collection has all the expansions in one package, including the Labyrinth of the Minotaur, which went live in summer of 2006.


5. Final Fantasy XI
The award-winning Final Fantasy series has been adapted into this rapidly growing MMORPG. Three powerful nations try to protect the world of Vana'diel from the hostile beastmen. Note that FFXI is a significant departure from other Final Fantasy games, and it can be daunting for casual players. It's also the first MMO that allows PS2, Xbox 360, and PC users play in the same universe.


6. Lineage II
Like its predecessor, Lineage II focuses on battles with other players and large-scale siege warfare. This time it's fully 3D, with very impressive visuals powered by the Unreal graphics engine. Guilds challenge each other for control of the game's castles in scheduled PvP events. Like most Korean games, it uses a point-and-click movement system. The North American version has a number of features to lessen the level grind a little, which appears to be paying off.


7. Vanguard: Saga of Heroes
A huge seamless world, elaborate crafting, and a diplomacy system with which you can sway NPCs are among the features offered by Vanguard: Saga of Heroes. It's relatively demanding compared to many recent MMORPGs, both in terms of hardware requirements and time requirements, which isn't to everyone's liking. There is a considerable amount of depth to the game, and it's an ambitious project with a lot of potential.


8. EverQuest
EverQuest continues to hold a special place in the hearts of MMORPG fans, being the first 3D game of its kind to catch on in North America. It still has a very large player base, and likely has more content than any of its competitors. The game is set in a mythical realm full of all the usual halflings, ogres, healers, necromancers, and monsters, featuring a remarkable level of character and class specialization.


9. Asheron's Call
Formerly published by Microsoft, this classic MMORPG is back in the hands of Turbine, its developer. Although not nearly as graphically spectacular as its successor, which is no longer around, many fans prefer the gameplay of original. Rather than being bound by the usual class restrictions, you are free to develop whatever skills you choose. The allegiance system which allows players to form organizations is also unique to this series.


10. Ultima Online
Ultima Online was among the earliest graphical MMORPGs and, unlike most of the other games mentioned here, it uses a 2D engine similar to Diablo and Baldur's Gate. Released in 1997, Ultima Online still has a large following, and it continues to get regular updates. Another graphical revamp took place in 2007. The 9th Anniversary Edition includes all the content from 7 expansion packs as well as the game itself.

Source : internetgames

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