MMO Week in Review: You're in your world now

MMO Week in Review - You're in your world now
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That's pretty much the consensus from the Massively staff and many of you who joined us for Friday's livestream reveal for EverQuest Next. But it wasn't just EQN, was it?

There's this crazy-cool Landmark thing. Then there's EQN proper with its stylized avatars, its Storybricks integration, and its focus on sandbox mechanics and unfamiliar progression paradigms. In short, there was plenty to take in and talk about after SOE's initial reveal. Oh, and a few other things happened in MMOland this week, too. Join us past the cut for a recap of our biggest stories.

Flameseeker Chronicles: Getting what you pay for in Guild Wars 2
Guild Wars 2 celebrates the Queen's Jubilee

TESO Ask Us Anything talks roleplay, add-on support
Prepare for TESO with The Elder Scrolls Anthology
The Elder Scrolls Online gets analyzed on a minute-by-minute basis
The Elder Scrolls Online's gameplay at QuakeCon [Updated]

Other top MMO stories
Venus Rising now in alpha with 'thousands of active users'
The Mog Log: You got your Final Fantasy XIII in my Final Fantasy XIV
Blizzard's Titan 'unlikely to be a subscription-based MMORPG'
How to claim your Ewok companion in SWTOR
Character creation benchmark now available for Final Fantasy XIV
See World of Warcraft's item store in action
Razer unveils redesigned Naga MMO mouse
Captain's Log: Interview with Star Trek Online's Daniel Stahl, part two
EVE Online's 4000-person battle is its largest yet
The Nexus Telegraph: What WildStar isn't revealing

WoW Insider
And from our sister site, WoW Insider...

Patch 5.4 PTR: Siege of Orgrimmar story datamining -- major spoilers
Gamescom 2013: Blizzard's booth schedule
The Queue: Zul'Drak owns
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