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Diablo III Beta Gameplay Video Preview Released

Diablo III Beta Gameplay Video Preview Released

Several gaming publishers have been granted license today to release a new video preview of Diablo III, one of the most widely anticipated and longest-waited-for games in the history of MMORPGs, in its beta form. This Preview features each of the different playable character classes including the classic Barbarian followed by the Witch Doctor, Demon Hunter, Wizard, and Monk. This video mainly shows the masses of different spells and abilities available in this newest installment of Diablo, but also goes into Followers - the NPC allies you'll be able to work with in your journey through the environments overrun with demons in your journey towards the end.

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Blizzard Entertainment Confirms MMO Codenamed Titan

Blizzard Entertainment Confirms MMO Codenamed Titan

That didn't take long. It was just a few days ago that the five-year plan for Blizzard Entertainment leaked out of China. If you'll recall, there was the possible plan for a new MMO title, called Titan, on that sheet. And now it looks like Blizzard Entertainment wants to go ahead and confirm that that game does, indeed, exist. The company is labeling it as their "next-gen MMO," and details about the title are pretty much non-existent at this point.

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Blizzard MMO Not Likely for Xbox 360

Blizzard MMO Not Likely for Xbox 360

Blizzard is a company known for their Massively Multiplayer Online titles, with a major focus on World of Warcraft. Of course, a title like StarCraft can't be ignored, either, even if it doesn't fit into the MMO category. In any event, it doesn't look like Microsoft's Xbox 360 has much of a chance of landing an MMO of Blizzard caliber any time soon, as the company not only knows of the hardships that Microsoft puts forth to developers for access to Xbox LIVE, but they also believe that the Xbox 360 just doesn't have the power to make it happen.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 19 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 19 2010

Hooray! Mail came early today and we were given our Nook Color to grab and to open and to hold (aka unboxing and hands-on). Then we find out that the iPhone alone is worth more than almost every firm in the WORLD. Cox gives you money back for the minutes you don't use, and Google wipes away that StreetView data they were never supposed to have in the first place. Advent Vega offers up their budget Android tablet for sale and basically instantly sells out, and MySpace opens their doors to Facebook and signs the oncoming apocalypse.

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Razer Anansi Gaming Keyboard Set to Launch in December for $100

Razer Anansi Gaming Keyboard Set to Launch in December for $100

Razer is no stranger to the gaming market, and they've just unveiled a brand new gaming keyboard to add to the mix. This new 'board is meant primarily for Massively Multiplayer Online and RPG titles, with inputs that are primarily aimed at MMO titles already installed. There are plenty of other included features along for the ride, which should make any gamer out there looking for a new keyboard give it a second look.

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SteelSeries World of Warcraft: Cataclysm MMO Gaming Mouse Landing in December

SteelSeries World of Warcraft: Cataclysm MMO Gaming Mouse Landing in December

SteelSeries may have pulled the curtain off the Medal of Honor-themed accessories, but the company isn't done with the video game-based peripherals. The brand new World of Warcraft: Cataclysm MMO Gaming Mouse has just been unveiled, which was co-developed by Blizzard Entertainment. The mouse features a unique aesthetic, meant to look similar to the armor plating of one Deathwing the Destroyer.

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Razer Naga Epic Gaming Mouse Available for Pre-Order

Razer Naga Epic Gaming Mouse Available for Pre-Order

Razer's line-up of Naga gaming mice has seen plenty of additions since its debut, and now the company has seen fit to add yet another model to the lineage. As with any Naga gaming mouse before it, the new Naga Epic features 17 programmable keys along the side of the device, which provides plenty of customizable options for players of Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) games.

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SEE Virtual Worlds’ Planet Michael: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Online Game is real MMO

SEE Virtual Worlds’ Planet Michael: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Online Game is real MMO

For PC gamers, there are a lot of choices. There's a strong focus on First Person Shooter (FPS) titles (unless you ask Kudo Tsunoda), Real Time Strategy (RTS) titles, and then there's the Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) titles. These are the ones that incorporate thousands of players into one game, and let them run free to do what they want. Titles like World of Warcraft hover at the top of the list for being one of the best selling titles ever, with sales only climbing with sequels and expansions. But, now there's a new challenger coming: Planet Michael.

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Razer Announces New Tool for MMO Players

Razer Announces New Tool for MMO Players

Over at Cologne, Germany, Gamescom is going strong, and companies like Razer are not letting the time slip by without some kind of announcement. In the case of Razer, they had a doozie lined up for this conference: a 17-key mouse, that looks like some kind of futuristic toy, which is called the Naga. It's set to be used for Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) games, but as you can probably already assume, it's tailored for the largest of them all, World of Warcraft.

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