Originally announced in 2011 as Lineage Eternal, this years-in-development massively multiplayer online role-playing game gets a new trailer and a new name.
In Asia, especially South Korea, the Lineage games are quite popular. But that doesn't mean there aren't fans in the West. That doesn't mean that at all.
Heads up, Lineage fans. Japanese figure maker Max Factory is rolling out a Lineage II Elf figure. As Japanese site Moeyo (NSFW) points out in its review, this is one tidy looking statue. Can you imagine wearing something white like that outside? Think of the dirt stains! Plastic sculptures don't have to worry about…
Japanese cops don't only arrest dudes selling phony hug pillow covers. Sometimes they arrest other types of criminals. Like people trying to scam gamers out of vital information.
A Hawaii man is suing the makers of Lineage II, a product he says is so dangerously addictive that he played it for 20,000 hours over five years, forgetting to get dressed, bathe or call mom during that span.
MMO companies love delving into their bag of tricks for Halloween, and NCsoft is no different, with events planned across all six of its active Western games.
Lineage II is nearly five years old in North America, and NCsoft is celebrating with details on Gracia Final, the upcoming free expansion that adds a whole new continent with a lovely aerial view.
NCsoft West delivers this adorable little holiday greeting card, featuring little wooden Christmas toy versions of characters from City of Heroes, Lineage II, Guild Wars, and even the upcoming Aion: Tower of Eternity.
NCsoft rings in the holiday cheer as they announce the Christmas celebration plans for their MMORPGs City of Heroes, Guild Wars, and Lineage II, featuring everything from fuzzy earmuffs to grand theft Santa.
The best thing about MMOs is that they are constantly updated, making way for fun, holiday themed events. The best thing about Halloween is the fact that I get to use the word spooktacular, and so I present NCsoft's multi-MMO Halloween Spooktacular of Values! Okay, no actual values, but events are running across all…