Posts Tagged ‘Global Agenda’

[Column] The Death Of Out-Of-Genre Subscriptions

I casually refer to the 2009 – 2010 time span as the Suicidal Subscription Pact, where business logic in gaming decreed that subscription fees must be tacked on to genres that had previously been available for just the cost of the game. The time marks one of the last eras of businesses unsuccessfully copying functions […]

Global Agenda 2 Closed Beta This Year, Possibly

It’s been quite a while since we last heard about Global Agenda 2, to the point where here at MMO Fallout we weren’t quite sure if the game was still in production (see: Titan, World of Darkness). Surprisingly, or unsurprisingly depending on who you ask, the game is not only still in development, it is […]

Tribes Ascend “Break Even At Best,” Mod Tools Unlikely

Erez Goren has posted a letter to the community on the Smite Subreddit/official forum to clear up the “misinformed conclusions” that customers might come to if they look at Hi-Rez’s development history. In case you haven’t been following Hi-Rez Studios, their first game Global Agenda was a major financial loss and Tribes: Ascend, as Hi-Rez’s […]

Who Needs Proper Forums? Hi-Rez Has Reddit

I know what you’re thinking: “Omali, forums are for casuals. Hardcore developers prefer to use social networking sites who risk suddenly becoming irrelevant and unpopular.” I know this because that message is tied to a rock and thrown through my bedroom window once or twice a week (email is for casuals). Luckily, Hi-Rez has a […]

Global Agenda Was Not Financially Successful, GA2 In The Works

It looks like Darkfall won’t be the only MMO getting a revamp in the next year or so. In a post on the Hi-Rez forums, Shadow Control discussed the current iteration of Global Agenda, as well as the future of the brand. In the post, he reveals that while Global Agenda was not a financial […]

Steam Now Supports Certain Free To Play MMOs

Steam has made quite an interesting announcement today with the release of fourfree to play MMOs on the service. Why is it strange, you may ask? The clients cost nothing in themselves, and you play through Steam what you could simply download from the company’s own website for free. But aside from new publicity, what […]

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