LOTRO: Ask Turbine #6

Ask Turbine #6: ESRB, IGE, Euro Access and Cinematics WarCry updated their site today with the sixth in a series of community interviews with the developer's of Turbine's soon to be released Lord of the Rings Online. Turbine made some negative waves a couple weeks ago when they announced that they and European publisher Codemasters would employ IP blocking to ensure that players played in their designated territories. The move was not unexpected, Codemasters obviously has an interest in protecting their revenue stream, but the plan was met with vocal opposition with the community and forced Turbine and Codemasters to reevaluate their plans. Get clicking to learn more.

Ask Turbine #6: ESRB, IGE, Euro Access and Cinematics

WarCry updated their site today with the sixth in a series of community interviews with the developer's of Turbine's soon to be released Lord of the Rings Online.

Turbine made some negative waves a couple weeks ago when they announced that they and European publisher Codemasters would employ IP blocking to ensure that players played in their designated territories. The move was not unexpected, Codemasters obviously has an interest in protecting their revenue stream, but the plan was met with vocal opposition with the community and forced Turbine and Codemasters to reevaluate their plans.

Get clicking to learn more.

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