As fans gather in a desperate attempt to save the doomed City of Heroes from its announced closure, DC Universe Online unleashes mystical forces with its latest expansion and Dr. Destroyer's army of Destroid robots rises in Champions Online in celebration of the game's third anniversary.Meanwhile, in the DC…
Publisher Atari is "divesting" itself of MMO specialists Cryptic Studios, which it snapped up in 2008. It's trying to sell the creators of Star Trek Online and Champions Online after losing Atari millions. [Atari Results (PDF)]
Bill Roper — one of the forces behind Warcraft, StarCraft, and Diablo — defected to Cryptic Studios back in 2008 to work on Champions Online and Star Trek. He has recently stated that he's leaving Cryptic, but hasn't given specifics.
Champions Online's Millennium City has been invaded by the Black Harlequin and his giant, murderous mecha-teddy, Clarence for the holidays. We're going to need bigger hugs.
Cryptic Studios puts Champions Online's nemesis feature to good use next week, pitting players against their self-created arch nemesis in a battle to save the universe from inter-dimensional evil in the Nemesis Confrontation event.
The NPD PC charts for September have arrived, bringing with them several new entries amidst the old favorites, with Batman, Champions Online, and Aion slipping into the top 20.
Join us, brave adventurers, as we put four superhero characters through their paces in Cryptic's Champions Online. Fear the trickery of Bullshot! Feel the blades of Becca Danger! Generally look out for Super Crecente!
Jack Emmert, the Cryptic chief creative officer, says Microsoft has a "baffling" issue with MMOs, and it's holding up the console release of Champions Online.
Some superheroes largely work alone, but even the most jaded vigilante has to bring in a little backup now and then. Here's how that works in Champions Online.
The Champions Online open beta is now in full swing, and here's a look at how you'll be swinging, flying, and burrowing your way through the new superhero MMO.
Cryptic wants you to sign up for the Champions Online newsletter so badly that they're passing out a free in-game pet to everyone who adds their email to the mailing list.