Jagex's multiplayer arena combat game Transformers Universe launched in open beta on July 4 of this year. On January 31 it's shutting down for good. That was fast.
Coming in 2015 to PC, Mac, iOS and Android, Chronicle: RuneScape Legends is a collectible card game based on a long-running massively multiplayer role-playing game. Crazy, right?
Since its launch way back in 2001, browser-based massively-multiplayer online role-playing game RuneScape has received a steady stream of updates, but never anything as ambitious as its first expansion pack, Lost City of the Elves.
In a world awash with bad Transformers movie tie-in games, Runescape developer Jagex deploys the open beta for a free-to-play, browser-based Transformers Prime MOBA. It's got to be better, right?
The developers behind Runescape, in conjunction with photographer Chris Dorley-Brown, have taken survey data and real player's faces and combined it all to create this composite portrait of the game's "average" player.
The massively online tactical action Transformers Universe has officially entered closed beta this weekend, giving developer Jagex the perfect opportunity to dole out brand new Autobots and Decepticons like they own the place. Meet Front-Line and Conduit.
Massively online tactical action game Transformers Universe is coming this summer, so it's about time developer Jagex started rolling out some exclusive robots for the Transformers Prime-inspired game. Say hello to Duststorm and Meltdown.
Hey kids, remember that Transformers Universe MMO that was being made by the folks who gave you Runescape? Jagex is still hard at work on that browser-based beast, and they've got a new, not-entirely-CG trailer to prove it.
Look at all of those graphics. That's at least seven or eight graphics right there. After a day spent staring at a black screen, Jagex has finally tweaked Runescape 3 enough so that I can see those shiny new graphics. I completely forgot why I was in that cave.
Runescape 3, the next big update to Jagex's twelve-year-old MMORPG, will be released on July 22. In addition to making the leap to HTML5, the new Runescape will also feature an updated quest system which lets you "directly shape the future of [Runescape's world], its inhabitants and scenery for the very first time."
18 year-old Thomas Frongillo from Oxford, England, has been arrested and charged with "threatening to commit a crime and threatening a bombing or hijacking" after being accused of leaving hostile messages in an online game run by Jagex, the publishers of Runescape.
Last month Runescape creator Jagex promised to bring fast-paced combat racing to Facebook. What they've actually delivered in Carnage Racing is better than that, and it's all thanks to portals.
Developed by a crack team of former Midnight Club developers at Jagex's new California studio, Carnage Racing is a fully-realized 3D combat racing game debuting exclusively on Facebook next month. That doesn't leave us much time to push the cows off the road.
When you talk about MMORPGs in the United States, most minds jump to World of Warcraft. And yes, with subscriber base that peaked at twelve million and still hangs out around ten million, WoW was and is a big deal.
We're getting a massively multiplayer Transformers game next year—a free one—and now we finally have a hint of what it'll look like.
Autobots wage their battles to destroy the evil forces of the Decepticons online next year, as Hasbro grants the power to create a massively multiplayer online game based on the robots in disguise to Jagex, the folks behind popular free-to-play MMO RuneScape.
Jagex has launched the live beta of their long-awaited RuneScape update, RuneScape High Detail. The popular free browser-based MMO has had its graphics completely overhauled to better appeal to people finally ready to leave Ultima Online behind. The beta is really only a beta to forgive any bugs that might crop up,…