Ten Ton Hammer Exclusives: The Week in Review

By Reuben Waters -
The New York Comic-Con takes place this weekend, and Ten Ton Hammer is there to bring you an impressive lineup of MMO panels all day Saturday. Don't have tickets for New York Comic-Con? Can't make the trip? Become a Ten Ton Hammer premium member and you'll get streaming audio courtesy of Vivox and Voon live from the Saturday panels and first access to the video recordings next week! The Voon NYCC '09 broadcast schedule is now posted for your listening enjoyment!

In the meantime, the Ten Ton Tractor Beam has been set to maximum, pulling you in with a full week of exclusive reviews, editorials, interviews and more! Below, you’ll find a handy guide to the latest and greatest MMO content on the ‘net, now presented in glorious 2D! You’re just a click away from the best things you’ll read this weekend, so what are you waiting for?

This week’s hot content:

Exclusive Atlantica Online Interview: Succeeding in the West - The staff at Ten Ton Hammer has been thoroughly impressed by the gameplay we've seen in Atlantica Online over the last few months. With an incredibly solid and stable launch along with a myriad of content updates already integrated into the game, Ten Ton Hammer bestowed Atlantica Online with the top F2P game of 2008 award. Since MMOs never quit being developed, updated, and upgraded, Ten Ton Hammer's Danny "Ralsu" Gourley got in touch with Peter Kang, CEO of NDOORS Interactive, who was gracious enough to answer all of our Atlantica Online questions.

Read the full interview here, and then discuss it in our forums!

Darkeden Review - Every self-respecting geek has dreamed of being a vampire at least once in their lives. Immortality, incredible power, and drop-dead gorgeous good looks are all temptations that might draw a person to live the life of the undead. In Joymax's horror-based MMO Darkeden, you're given the opportunity to play as a vampire or a vampire slayer, and the PvP possibilities are endless. The game has been on Cody "Micajah" Bye's radar for a long, long time, and he finally took the game for a spin. How did it fare? Read his Darkeden review to find out more!

Read the full review here, and then discuss it in our forums!

The Comic Book Guy: The Lone Superhero and the MMO Game - The world of superheroes is not only exciting but filled with larger than life characters and adventures. Are the worlds of these individuals larger enough to support an entire MMO game? This is the question we tackle this week and not only do we point out a few of the challenges, but make a number of suggestions that would work.

Read the full editorial here, and then discuss it in our forums!

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