Dungeons & Dragons Online®: Eberron Unlimited™ (or DDO for short) is the only FREE to play premium Massively Multiplayer Online game (MMO) of its kind. Set in the vast and dangerous online world of Eberron, gamers discover hidden treasure, pummel monsters, and look to evade traps left behind by an ancient race. By leveraging the most active, most realistic combat system of any online game, DDO players deliver and feel every blow that goes into a baddie’s demise.
Guts: use them or lose them in DDO Unlimited. Get unlimited combat, unlimited adventure, and unlimited fun without a credit card or a subscription when DDO Unlimited launches later this summer (2009).
* Level cap raised to the natural limit of 20
* New class, and new high and low level adventures
* Play without subscription – no purse strings attached
* Feel every blow with DDO’s awesome action combat
* Alone or with friends, slay your way – solo, raids, guilds…
* Premium features for free – hirelings, crafting, auctions…
* Shop ’till they drop at the new DDO Store
Apparently so far the game is free only for North Americans
Well i guess everybody knows about this right now, it seems ok to cool stuff, i guess when you play a game like Ace Combat if the pilot is female that could be sexy to watch, while if the pilot is male it could be a little ‘embarassing’ (in public)
As i write in another article, i am really tempted in buying one of this little box-pc, to replace my prehistoric desktop pc. The price of this particular system should be 299 euro, while it’s definetly worth for video and web, i am not total convinced about games.. But it’s very low noise, low energy consuming and little.
BattleForge is a next-gen real time strategy game, in which you fight epic battles against evil along with your friends. What makes BattleForge special is that you can assemble your army yourself: the units, buildings and spells in BattleForge are represented by collectible cards that you can trade with other players.
Sign up at the Volvo official webiste for the Global Competition and partecipate to win prizes! (from 26 may till 24 june 2009)
The fresh and exiting Volvo S60 Concept headlines the car line up and will be accompanied by several well known Volvo race cars. The players will be able to hammer this variety of Volvo cars around two highly detailed and realistic tracks.
As in all games developed by SimBin this game will deliver a great experience in sound and detail with a fun and challenging game as a cherry on the cake. The game comes with three difficulty levels to appeal to a broad audience, from new comer to the experienced gamer.
The racing game announced in April by Volvo Cars and game development company SimBin can be played with five racing legends in addition to the new Volvo S60 Concept. They are Volvo models that many people will remember from the STCC and BTCC racing series.
Players will be able to choose between the Volvo C30 which is competing in this year’s STCC ( Swedish Touring Car Championship), the STCC Volvo S60 that participated a few years ago, the Volvo S40 that participated with notable success in the BTCC (the British Touring Car Championship) the Volvo 850, the estate car that became a legend in the BTCC, and finally a true racing classic, the iconic Volvo 240 Turbo Group A.
There is a choice of two tracks: Gothenburg Eco Drive Arena in Göteborg, Sweden, and Chayaka outside Kiev in the Ukraine. Volvo – The Game is the only virtual racing game in the world to include this Ukrainian track.
The game offers a choice of skill levels: “novice with all the driver assistance technology activated such as ABS brakes, “semi-pro”, and finally “pro” where there is no assistance whatsoever.
The game is available in English, German, French, Italian and Spanish.