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MMOGs. MMO developer Trion Worlds reportedly lays off «vast majority» of its staff. eurogamer.net – www.eurogamer.net. MMO developer Trion Worlds, responsible for the likes of Rift, ArchAge, and Defiance, has reportedly laid off the «vast majority» of its workforce …

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The Importance of Play, Warcraft, and More Books

Add to Flipboard Magazine. 0 shares / Share on. The author states that MMOGs with thousands of players participating in a virtual game world in real time are created for sociability. Games like Everquest and other titles are, in fact, fundamentally social projects.

Reality and virtuality blur in online games – Geek.com

i wrote what i think is an interesting article about massively multiplayer online games for the rocky mountain news that ran friday. the article is about the blending of reality and virtual worlds