Rise of Kunark: The Savior of a Dying Game

Steamy secrets about Savanja's love affairs. With so much competition in the works for the MMORPG market, can games like EverQuest II manage to stay alive? It seems that SOE has stepped up their game, but could it be too little, too late? Savanja talks about the newest EQ2 expansion, her love affair with MMOGs, and what it takes to woo gamers back to a long neglected game.

Steamy secrets about Savanja's love affairs.

With so much competition in the works for the MMORPG market, can games like EverQuest II manage to stay alive? It seems that SOE has stepped up their game, but could it be too little, too late? Savanja talks about the newest EQ2 expansion, her love affair with MMOGs, and what it takes to woo gamers back to a long neglected game.

But much like a fickle woman with her boy toys, the newness has long worn off and I'm feeling that itch again to find something so captivating that I could walk away from my lover and not even so much as give a glance back. Games like Age of Conan and Warhammer Online seem to boast aspects of gameplay that I haven't experienced in a while, and I feel their seductive gazes in my direction as I quickly apply for yet another intriguing beta.

Read more at the Ten Ton Hammer EQ2 site.

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