The New Space Race: Four MMOGs Taking Gamers into Outer Space in 2009

In the first great space race, world super powers competed to achieve milestones in space exploration. Fifty years later, the world as a

In the first great space race, world super powers competed to achieve
milestones in space exploration. Fifty years later, the world as a
whole (those of us with broadband anyway) is gearing up for a new space
race. At stake this time is which space-themed MMOG can get a foothold
in a market dominated by fantasy games. Ten Ton Hammer's Danny "Ralsu"
Gourley offers his predictions for href="http://www.tentonhammer.com/taxonomy/term/306">Jumpgate
Evolution
, href="http://www.tentonhammer.com/taxonomy/term/117">Star
Trek Online
, href="http://www.tentonhammer.com/taxonomy/term/1422">Star
Wars: The Old Republic
, and href="http://www.tentonhammer.com/image/tid/940">Stargate
Worlds
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BioWare, the force (tee hee) behind style="font-style: italic;">Star Wars: The Old Republic
(SW:TOR or TOR), is famous for making quality games that deliver
compelling
plots. From Baldur's
Gate
to Knights
of the Old Republic
to style="font-style: italic;">Neverwinter Nights
to Mass Effect,
BioWare produces hits, so the potential for TOR is high.


Read the full editorial to find out who Ralsu thinks will win href="http://www.tentonhammer.com/node/50388">The New Space
Race.


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