An open letter to my fellow developers and gamers who follow the industry.
The founders of NetDevil left their Colorado-based studio recently to kick off another game developer start-up. END Games Entertainment has been mostly quiet until today when a blogpost went live hinting at what the foundling studio plans to work on next. Hint: Think casual. [End Stand For...]
NetDevil's toy-based massively-multiplayer LEGO Universe gets its largest dose of product placement-littered new content yet as the portal opens to Crux Prime, where players can learn the ancient art of Spinjitsu and, for the first time ever, form groups.
After a brief vacation delay, we're back with the final entry in our four-part LEGO Universe MMO log. We'll keep this one short and sweet, with a real world twist.
This week's installment of our four-part LEGO Universe MMO Log begins with the death of RumbleWarpWhistle and the birth of Fahey, Agent of Paradox.
Starbase 3001 is open for business in the LEGO Universe, giving players access to three new mini-worlds created by some of the most talented LEGO fans in the world.
Having exhausted a majority of the questing content during my first week playing LEGO Universe, I dedicated my second week to that most basic of LEGO activities: Building.
Join me as I take the first steps in a four-week journey into the colorful candy world of NetDevil's LEGO Universe.
When the text-heavy fantasy worlds of multi-user dungeons first invaded the mainframes of Essex University and the dial-ups of Compuserve, there were few rules in place and even fewer ways to enforce them.
There's a lot I like about LEGO Universe including the ability to make your own mini-figs to use as avatars.
Working on a massively multiplayer online computer game seems akin to mining for gold.
The building blocks of the LEGO Universe community fall into place as NetDevil's toy-based MMO opens two weeks early for its Founders.
Panasonic's recently unveiled portable massively multiplayer online gaming platform won't be a success, can't be a success if there are no games to play on it.
I spent yesterday hanging out at NetDevil with Tristan checking out their soon-to-be-released massively multiplayer online game LEGO Universe.
Collectible bricks become collectible cards next year, when NetDevil's LEGO Universe expands with a virtual and physical trading card game, courtesy of the experts at Dire Wolf Digital. Who is Dire Wolf Digital?
NetDevil's massively-multiplayer LEGO Universe has reached the closed beta testing stage, with invites flooding the inboxes of beta test hopefuls across the country.
Beta sign-ups are now underway for NetDevil's LEGO Universe, potentially the largest mass computer bricking of all time.
While amazing, the LEGO Universe trailer was short on in-game action. These screenshots are comprised of nothing but.
Here's a new trailer for Netdevil's upcoming massively multiplayer online game, LEGO Universe. No gameplay to be seen, sadly, but damned if it's not getting me excited regardless.
A massive profile of NetDevil by the Denver alternative weekly WestWord turns up some interesting tidbits about the LEGO MMO the studio is building.