Well here's a turn up for the books. It transpires that Mythic have today announced a fistful of its team (including co-founder Rob Denton) have left the company to establish a new studio, to be known as Broadsword (awesome name if you ask me). The intention behind this is to concentrate on Dark Age of Camelot and Ultima Online, all under the watchful eye of EA. 

All in all, I think it's a positive move for the team as there's a wealth of experience in the Mythic staffers I just hope it provides some form of opportunity for them to bring a new IP to the fore at some point in the future. If you want to read the producers letters from the Dark Age of Camelot producer hit this link, or Ultima Online's producer, hit this one

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The only game to have distracted Lewis away from MMOG's over the last 15 years was Pokemon Red. Despite that blip, Lewis has worked his way through countless games in the genre in search of something that comes close to his much loved (and long time dead) Neocron. Having written for several gaming networks before Ten Ton Hammer, Lewis likes to think he knows a thing or two about what makes an MMOG and its player-base tick.