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Turbine makes more money by giving its MMO away for free

Here's a story that you're probably going to see a lot over the next few years: A company started giving away its game for free, and now reports that it's making more money than before. That's what happened to Turbine, maker of the Dungeons and Dragons Online MMO. Last year, it decided to move from...

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DDO Eberron Unlimited rolls high initiative, gets early head-start release

According to a recent Turbine press release, the developer's free-to-play, D20-rolling MMO, Dungeons and Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited will be granting early access to ... well, to people who've already had their fair share of early access. Though the game launches on September 9, anyone who...

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Dungeons and Dragons Online: Ebberon Unlimited dated for September 9

Turbine's free-to-play online game, Dungeons & Dragons Online: Ebberon Unlimited, has officially been dated for September 9. As in 9/9/09, the cursed date of cursing. The game is currently in beta right now and the final product will support micro-transactions and paid accounts for those who...

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Turbine announces free-to-play Dungeons and Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited

Good news for MMO fans comes courtesy of Turbine today, as the company has announced it's starting beta on a new game, Dungeons and Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited, a free-to-play version of its popular MMO. Players can download the game for free at DDO.com, and utilize the new DDO Store in-game...

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Former Glu Mobile exec Nate Jones joins Turbine

Another executive has leveled up to MMO developer Turbine. Following recent appointments of Ken Surdan as operations vice president in March and ex-Flagship guys Dave Brevik and Jeff Lind last October, former Glu Mobile exec Nate Jones has joined Turbine as the company's new VP of corporate and...

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Turbine names travel mogul as operations VP

There's a new sheriff in town at MMO factory Turbine. Well, sheriff is probably too strong of a word. How about deputy? Or, barring that, principal, maybe. Whatever the case, his name is Ken Surdan, and he's the dev's new VP of operations. Surdan's duties will be many in the new role, from...

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Rumor: Turbine to bring Dungeons & Dragons Online to consoles...maybe

It's time to fire up the speculation engine boys and girls, as a pair of developments at Lord of the Rings Online developer Turbine indicate that MMO studio may have aspirations to bring Dungeons & Dragons Online to the living room. The Westwood-based company has posted a job opening for a...

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April Fools' Alert #14: How the MMOs get their prank on

With only so much time left in the day, we thought we'd fit in a handful of the gros amount of April Fools' pranks found in the various MMOs today. Age of Conan announces the Elf class (If you think this is real, check out the creation video) Guild War turns everyone into stick figures,...

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Codemasters CEO: We're an attractive acquisition

Codemasters CEO Rod Cousens went full-out lady of the night in an MCV interview speaking about industry consolidation, saying his company should be considered attractive to potential suiters. Cousens believes Codemasters is "the fastest growing company in the fastest growing entertainment sector"...

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Codemasters Online launches new consumer event this March in Birmingham, England

Codemasters Online is producing a Blizzcon style event called Codemasters Online Connect 2008 (that's just not a sexy name) featuring its lineup of MMO games. Attendees will log into the real world at Omega Sektor in Birmingham, England on March 14 and 15 to log right back out again on 400 PCs...

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