Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited

  • The Official Site has some new Dungeons and Dragons Online Screens If you didn't want to play before, you will after seeing these shots. They're absolutely vibrant and gorgeous!

    All You Need to Know About DDO is Here!

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    Images, Media
    Tue, Dec 13, 2005
  • Dungeons and Dragons Online- Oh My!
    has some brand new screenshots for every DDO player out there! Check them out,
    their pretty cool!

    For Your Viewing Pleasure!

    Images, Media
    Thu, Dec 08, 2005
  • Let's hope you never run into the dreaded GamerGod during a dungeon crawl.
    GamerGod makes some good points about why Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach satisfies its DnD heritage and makes for a good MMORPG.

    I’ve played D&D for as long as I can remember, and I always wanted someone to make a good D&D game where I played one character in a party and went out adventuring. I always dreamt that one day there would be a totally interactive D&D world where my character could live and meet people, slay mighty dragons, and have people recognize who I was. I've been thinking a lot about what I know of this game, and the thing that I like most is how this MMO has set itself apart from the rest. Most of the elements in DDO are headed in different directions to other MMO's; it forces you to form parties, real time combat, no mounts, and no houses. It's a risky strategy, considering many people play MMO's to buy houses, ride horses, and farm gold and become an almighty ruler of the game - but I think it's a brilliant idea and a brilliant-looking game. For many people, this game will not live up to their hopes or expectations, and although I haven’t played the game yet I'm eagerly awaiting the release. What do I think? Is DDO worth all the hype? My answer is that my dream may no be longer a dream.

    Read the rest of the GamerGod op/ed on Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach.
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    Wed, Dec 07, 2005
  • Fancy, shiny, moving pictures of marvellous beasts and magic missles. has posted a brand new Dungeons and Dragons Online movie.

    " The latest Dungeons & Dragons Online™: Stormreach™ video has been uploaded to the video library on "

    Be the coolest 20-sided dice rolling geek on your block by visiting our TenTonHammer DDO Community Site. If you need even more, we have More DDO News, and by more we mean older.

    Video, Media
    Tue, Nov 29, 2005
  • GameSpy rolls for initiative.
    DDO is still in the "hands on" phase of previewing (followed by the "OMG roxxz0rz!" preview phase, which is followed by the "preview" preview phase... something like that), and GameSpy doesn't disappoint.

    After all, what better genre than the massively multiplayer online role-playing game to bring the "role" back into what usually becomes merely an endless treadmill of players searching for the bigger, better magical doodad? Having been lost in the D&D Online beta for about three days now, I'm seriously impressed at how well Turbine is translating not just the mechanics, but the very "feel" of classic D&D gameplay to the MMO format.

    No dice bag needed to view GameSpy's "hands on" preview of Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach.
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    Features, Previews
    Tue, Nov 22, 2005
  • Some fancy Dungeons and Dragons pictures, ironically showing neither a dungeon nor a dragon.

    CVG has posted two new Dungeons and Dragons Online screenshots.

    " Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach is set on the continent of Xen'drik in the world of Eberron with players questing, adventuring, hitting things with swords and calling people "n00bs" and so on. "

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    Images, Media
    Tue, Nov 22, 2005
  • How do the dragons fit down those tiny tunnels to get into the dungeon in the first place?
    Dungeons and Dragons Online received twice the loving today with previews posted on both GameDaily and MMORPG

    " Recently, I had the opportunity to attend a press event for Turbine’s Dungeons and Dragons Online: Stormreach. Before I even left, I knew what to expect. I was told that the game’s lead designer, Ken Troop was going to give us a brief overview of the game before we ourselves would have a chance to sit down in front of it. "

    Still yearning for more?

    Features, Previews
    Tue, Nov 15, 2005
  • It's all hands-on, without the usual harassment suits that follow.
    We were there. They were there. It was written about everywhere. Dungeons and Dragons Online: Stormreach hands-on information is stamping your way faster than a Bugbear with a burr on its rump. TenTonHammer, GameSpot and IGN all have their impressions online for your dice rolling, dungeon crawling pleasure.

    " Turbine cleared out Dragon Bar, a fine establishment in San Francisco's North Beach district, and brought all the necessary hardware to provide core community members, pen-and-paper (PnP) gamers, and fansite reps a "hands on" tour of Dungeons and Dragons Online: Stormreach (or DDO, for short) . The atmosphere was charged with excitement as the alcohol and gourmet vittles flowed freely, and I'd be remiss not to thank the Turbine crew for pulling off a fitting introduction for this party-intensive game. "

    Who's da man? You're da man! Now get to it!

    Still craving more? Even more Dungeons and Dragons Online News.

    Features, Previews
    Thu, Nov 10, 2005
  • Orcs from Sesame Street?
    The newest trailer from Turbine features an orc voiceover (that really sounds a lot like Grover from the popular, long-lived kids show) daring you to join the battle so he and his friends can beat on ya. The dub might be a bit comical, but the glimpse inside the game the trailer gives is entirely worthwhile.

    "This exclusive DDO trailer is a ~30 meg download and features a look at many of the enemies you'll encounter beneath the player city."

    Head over to to enjoy the latest Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach video offering.
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    Video, Media
    Mon, Nov 07, 2005
  • DDO Europe falls to CodeMasters. has announced that CodeMasters will handle European operations for Dungeons and Dragons Online.

    "Many of you will have already seen the exclusive DDO Q&A series that have been bringing to you over the past months and following with great interest, as have we! It’s a fantastic license and the game is shaping up to be something really special - we’re thrilled to be able to play our part in bringing you this awesome title! "

    You can read the entire Dungeons and Dragons Online Europe Announcement at

    Mon, Nov 07, 2005
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