Syfy's new show Defiance aims to combine a traditional TV show with an online gaming experience. And based on what we saw yesterday, Syfy might just pull it off.
Take a good long look at Syfy's massive multiplayer online game/television series Defiance. It's been called a space western, an immigrant drama, and a dystopian drama, but one thing is for certain — this is a sizable undertaking by Syfy.
Syfy has finally found a lead for their joint television and massive multiplayer online series, Defiance. It's Cooter from True Blood, better known as Grant Bowler. And with the announcement of their lead, a few new details for this space Western have been revealed.
I haven't diddled around Azeroth in a while, but let's just say I know my way around a 25-man. And Mad Catz's new Cyborg M.M.O.7. gaming mouse looks like it's good enough to play at a pretty elite level.
But is it a clone? There are definitely elements of Order & Chaos Online that seem ripped directly from World of Warcraft. The characters, for instance, do indeed look like low-polygon versions of the ones you'd find running about Azeroth… [Kotaku]
Hey, remember Panasonic's portable online gaming console, the Jungle? It's inching closer to retail, after an email was sent out today to US customers who'd registered interest, offering them a test-run. "We're doing something very different," Panasonic wrote. [Bloomberg]
Spacetime Studios' Pocket Legends is one of our favorite MMOs for iOS, and today Android users will be able to get in on the action, too. Now people can't call you antisocial when you're playing around on your phone!
The MMO-centric Naga mouse—if you can even call it that—has a lot going for it. Seventeen programmable buttons, and a 5600 dpi tracking sensor. But it just lost something—the cord. So take your freaky keymouse wherever you want.
This is Jungle. It's the first portable gaming console designed exclusively for online gaming and MMORPGs. And it's from the company who gave us the 3DO nearly 20 years ago.
The Federation is trying desperately to maintain peace in a chaotic galaxy shattered by war. Violent Klingons and bizarre alien invaders threaten. Sounds like the earliest days of Star Trek, but this is the galaxy's future in Star Trek Online.
Like many of you, many of us are huge Star Trek fans. It not only shaped everyone's view of technology from a young age, it's arguably one of the driving forces of technology today. And now you can live it.
Today may be a bad day to play Star Trek Online. Turns out 99% of the Star Trek MMO's Klingon content will be PvP — which mean plenty of people may just pass on the game entirely.
The Secret Apprentice, Starkiller, is back, but we have no idea how. If it's because of love, we may have to unleash the Force on LucasArts. Also, check out the latest trailer and news from Star Trek Online. Spoilers below.
We're all still anxiously awaiting the release of the Star Trek MMO. Until then, check out Cryptic Studios' beautiful new space images from inside the MMO that will give you renewed hope that the game will actually come out.
What do you get when you mate a phone dialpad with a gaming mouse? Razer's Naga MMO mouse, apparently. There's 17 buttons, as in sixteen candles plus one, minus the candles. Surprisingly, that's not the most interesting thing about Naga.
BioWare's beautiful Star Wars: The Old Republic MMO trailer shows us exactly why the dark side is so attractive. Watch a team of highly skilled assassins mow down a flock of Jedi. Let the battle begin!