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Much smaller journey: The Longest Journey coming to iPhone

Funcom's Ragnar Tørnquist has confirmed to VideoGamer that classic point-and-click adventure The Longest Journey is heading to the iOS. Tørnquist evidently didn't offer up any further details about the port, including when it will actually be released. We can only hope our...

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Over 500K have registered for Secret World's beta

As professional, respected, tweed-wearing writers, we here at Joystiq consider it part of our job to protect the sanctity of the written word. It's in that capacity we're staging this intervention with Funcom. Funcom, we're sure your team was excited when you announced today that over 500,000...

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Funcom wants to tell you about the Dragon's Secret World

Playing telephone with sensitive information is never a wise decision, which is why Funcom is hosting a Q&A session on Facebook today to answer fan questions about the mysterious Dragon society in The Secret World. The session starts at 2 p.m. EST, but if you have a burning question go...

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The Secret World dev diary lifts the veil on battles, factions and the war

The war has been raging for years beneath the surface of our societies, silently, secretly. Explosions, gunfire, the electric crackle of handheld lightning bolts, all unobserved by the greater public, concealed in The Secret World. Which makes us wonder -- if all of this can be hidden from...

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Beta registration open for The Secret World

Despite its mysterious title, it seems The Secret World just can't stay out of the public eye. The gates will soon be swung wide, as registrations for the beta are now underway. It's not quite as simple as filling in your email address and hitting "submit," however. Players will have to choose...

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The Secret World opens up about its hybrid pricing model

The Secret World isn't going to be very secret at this rate -- publisher Funcom announced its MMO will use a traditional subscription structure and an in-game store aspect, as opposed to the trending free-to-play model. Players will be able to buy "convenience items" and cosmetic enhancements in...

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Secret World cinematic makes world less secret

The Secret World received a release window today of April 2012 during EA's Gamescom press conference. Check out the teaser trailer featuring the Illuminati, Dragon and Templar societies facing a bigger threat....

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The Secret World goes globe trotting in latest dev diary

You'd be forgiven for thinking The Secret World was really "the secret zombie-infested part of New England," as we haven't seen much else thus far. Thankfully, the latest dev diary reveals that whole "world" aspect. From Shambala to Stonehenge, players will amass loads of frequent flier miles....

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Age of Conan sees 300,000 sign up after free-to-play switch, double revenue in first month

Like Lord of the Rings Online before it, Age of Conan has sipped from the free-to-play goblet and, oh, it was a good sip. Developer Funcom reports that, since migrating the previous subscription-based game into free-to-play territory last month, Age of Conan: Unchained (the game's new moniker)...

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GOG adds Stranger's Wrath, discounts The Longest Journey

GOG is pointing a double-barreled crossbow of delight at us, with a deep discount on The Longest Journey and the addition of Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath. Departing from the regular Oddworld expectations, Stranger's Wrath is a hybrid of third-person action and first-person shooter, seasoned with...

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