A player of the popular MMO Runes of Magic has hacked the game's databases, made demands of its German operators and is effectively holding the personal details of its users hostage.
German a cappella metal band Van Canto makes the free-to-play MMO Runes of Magic look more exciting than it has ever been in this music video for "Magic Taborea."
Runes of Magic publisher Frogster brings the spectacle to Gamescom in Germany next month, with a Runes-themed fashion show, a costume contest judged by model Gina-Lisa Lohfink, and a performance by a cappella metal band Van Canto.
As U.S. District Judge Joseph Tauro battles the Defense of Marriage Act in Boston, he can rest assured that gay and lesbian marriage is alive and well in free-to-play MMO Runes of Magic, or will be once update 3.0.3 hits.
Frogster's free-to-play Runes of Magic turns the page today with Chapter II: The Elven Prophecy, opening up new lands and filling the world of Taborea with scantily-clad, mailbox dancing Elves.
September's Chapter II update for Runes of Magic isn't just adding elves to the game, but a rather large chunk of new real estate as well.
What's a massively multiplayer online fantasy roleplaying game without playable elves? It's Runes of Magic, at least until the September release of Chapter II - The Elven Prophecy.
Less than two months after the game officially launched, Frogster's massively derivative online role-playing game Runes of Magic now boasts more than a million registered users.
Frogster continues to throw all the gameplay they can possibly find into Runes of Magic, introducing a suspiciously kart-like horse racing mini-game, complete with mystery power-ups.
Runes of Magic's Taiwanese developer Runewaker Entertainment would of course call it an homage, but the trailer celebrating the March 19th launch of the game in Europe and North America looks suspiciously like something Blizzard would release, only not quite as good...which pretty much accurately describes Runes of…
There's a reason Frogster America's free-to-play MMORPG Runes of Magic is free, and that reason is the Runes of Magic Item Shop, now accepting cash in exhchange for items that make your grind easier.
Runes of Magic publisher Frogster has been overwhelmed by the response to their free-to-play MMORPG, with more than 100,000 characters were created within hours of the open beta launch on Monday.
The character database has been wiped clean and the servers has been rebooted as Frogster's Runes of Magic launches it's open beta test today, with 190,000 players already registered and ready to go.
With the Runes of Magic open beta set to go live on Monday the 15th, Frogster has revealed details about the pets and mounts players can purchase or rent in the game.
Next time we want a hands-on with a Frogster product we might not have to travel to Germany, as the Berlin-based online game publisher announces the founding of Frogster America in San Francisco.
Frogster's hodge-podge MMORPG Runes of Magic has progressed to the point where they're just about ready to let everybody in for a taste, announcing the launch of the open beta on December 15th.
Here's a video and some screens that highlight the player housing system in the upcoming MMORPG Runes of Magic. I talked at length about the housing features in my impressions of the title from the Games Convention last week, but I forgot to touch on several key points, such as everyone getting their own French maid…
Okay, so Runes of Magic bears a passing resemblance to World of Warcraft. The original Taiwanese creators of the game were big fans of Blizzard's MMO, so it makes sense that there would be some similar elements. Yes, the graphics, fonts, and interface all channel the wildly successful MMO, and sure, some of the…