|GamersFirst's predictions for the video games industry in 2011
While end-of-the-year predictions are quite commonplace amongst game industry bloggers and journalists, it's a bit rarer to see prognostications coming from game-makers and executives. GamersFirst bucks that trend with a press release outlining its forecast for online gaming in 2011. Unsurprisingly, the free-to-play publisher sees its preferred business model "taking over the video game market," as well as a massive shift to mobile gaming and digital distribution.
|25 free MMOs for that shiny new laptop
Were you graced with a new laptop this holiday season? Are you looking to take a few new MMOs for a spin? Massively's Beau Hindman has compiled a list of 25 free-to-play MMOs that your laptop will be perfectly capable of playing, even if it wasn't built with gaming in mind.
|5 MMOs that have gone MIA
Unlike Chuck Norris, who seems to hang on as an MMO meme with insane tenacity (perhaps it's that extra fist under his beard), there are a handful of MMOs that appear to have dropped off the radar in the last several months -- if not years. Find out which highly anticipated franchises simply disappeared.
|Massively Speaking episode 128
Massively Speaking returns with Shawn and Rubi discussing the week's biggest news, including Steam's holiday sale, the newest Guild Wars prequel novel, the Earthrise release date, our top MMO blogger list, Shawn's impressions of the Rift and DCUO betas, two listener emails and much more!
|The movers and shakers of 2010
While MMOs are created and produced by large, vast teams, there are always a handful of personalities and representatives who stand head and shoulders above the rest in the public eye. Check out the top 10 movers and shakers from 2010, as selected by the Massively team.
|Week in Review: Auld Lang Syne
Don't let WoW Insider do all of the talking when it comes to Massively's best content of the week. The Massively staff themselves have picked out what they think is the best content their site has to offer in their own weekly roundup.