Sometimes you'd like to know that there are other MMOs out there, right? It's not all WoW, all the time! Our sister site Massively can provide you with everything you need to know about all of the other MMOs around -- past, present and future.
|Hands-on with SWTOR's Jedi Knight on Tython
Last month, Massively was invited to LucasArts for a whole day's experience with BioWare's Star Wars: The Old Republic. If you're like many others and are unwilling to buy into the game's hype, head over to Massively to read about their hands-on experience with the game.
|Massively's ho-ho-holiday MMO roundup for 2010
World of Warcraft players are up to their neck in Winter Veil cheer, but other MMOs are in the spirit of the season, too. Massively has a roundup of all you need to know about these holiday events.
|Massively Speaking episode 127
Tune in to the 127th episode of Massively Speaking, Massively's MMO podcast, wherein Shawn and Rubi discuss Fallen Earth's latest patch, DDO's Update 8, Square Enix's staff restructuring, and more.
|Most controversial MMO stories of 2010
While 2010 may not have been much to write home about in terms of newly launched MMOs, there was more than enough controversy to keep the discussion brewing for months. MMOs are big business, and when every move you make is closely scrutinized by millions of gamers, there's no room to slip up.
|EVE Online to implement UI upgrades
EVE Online's complex user interface has been a sticking point for many new and prospective players over the years. Although the interface has been drastically improved in the seven years that EVE has been in operation, it lacks much of the customizability players expect from a modern MMO. Players have been asking for UI overhauls and customization options for some time, and it seems CCP is finally poised to deliver on those requests.
|Dungeon Fighter Online announces Act VI: Kiss of the Gun
Dungeon Fighter Online isn't one of the biggest MMOs out there, but it's a favorite with members of the WoW Insider staff. Check out the beat-em-up's latest additions, including the female version of the Gunner class.