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  • Three New Screenshots has added three new screenshots to their gallery of the upcoming Warhammer Online. Head over and check them out but don't forget to go to Warhammer Ten Ton Hammer and let us know what you think of these new shots!

    Images, Media
    Thu, Jul 20, 2006
  • Ratboy Looks At Dual Boxing

    This week's topic hits home with Ratboy as he discussed the hype surrounding "dual-boxing". Being a former Dual-Boxer himself, Ratboy gives some insight into the craze and how it affects an MMO and its players.

    Allow me to start off by saying I have quite a bit of experience with “dual-boxing” as it’s known. Dual-boxing is the art of signing up for separate accounts to an MMO and simultaneously controlling two or more characters from those accounts. I myself used to be a person who ran two MMO accounts for a single game because it made the experience easier and much more enjoyable, of course that was a long time ago in a galaxy far far away (no, not Star Wars Galaxies)...

    Keep reading to learn more about how Ratboy views this topic. Share your experiences with us in the forums at Warhammer Ten Ton Hammer!

    Mon, Jul 17, 2006
  • Double The Previews

    Today both GameSpot and IGN have previews of Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning posted. Keep reading to see what they have to say...

    GameSpot starts us off today.

    Nothing says "summer" quite like having a bunch of video games in one place. At a recent press event at which publisher EA Games showed off a great many of its upcoming games, we had a chance to take an updated look at Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning, the upcoming massively multiplayer game from developer Mythic and its brand-new publisher and corporate owner.

    According to Mythic's Jeff Hickman, much of the content for the game's first "racial pairing," the dwarves versus the "greenskins" (a faction of orks and goblins), is complete, including many of the lower-level areas and items. In addition, though we were unable to see it in action, Mythic has begun production on the game's high-level player-versus-player (PVP) content, such as capital city raids, which will offer multiple types of treasures (including open, undefended loot and special items that can be obtained only by defeating specific enemy characters, such as merchants, barkeeps, and kings). These raids will let players capture enemy dignitaries and hold them hostage (and for some cheap humor) until they can be rescued by players from the opposing side.

    Does IGN feel the same about this forthcoming game? Take a look and see...

    Electronic Arts was prominently featuring Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning at its press event today, as the game's developer, Mythic, was recently purchased by EA. We got to play the latest build, and while it was basically the same game we played at E3 a couple months ago, there are a few significant updates to report.

    Tell us what you think in the forums here at Ten Ton Hammer!

    Features, Previews
    Fri, Jul 14, 2006
  • Two Screenshots Show New Detail shares these screenshots with us...

    Today we have two new screenshots from the upcoming MMORPG from Mythic Entertainment. These images show off some of the same scenery released before, but do include interesting new details, such as the banner behind the dwarf.

    Head over and see these for yourself and then head over to Warhammer Online Ten Ton Hammer and let us know what you think.

    Images, Media
    Wed, Jul 12, 2006
  • 22 New Screenshots

    That's right, 22 brand spanking new screenshots have been added to the Warhammer Online Gallery. If you haven't been following this game, why not?! Head over and check out the screenshots for yourself!

    Stay tuned to right here at Ten Ton Hammer for all your Warhammer Online news, previews and information.

    Images, Media
    Tue, Jul 11, 2006
  • Four New Shots!

    MMO Portal has four new screenshots of Warhammer Online. Head over and check them out.

    Images, Media
    Wed, Jun 28, 2006
  • Light Shed on Silverpine...

    The Ten Ton Hammer World of Warcraft team has been taking you on a virtual tour of zones for the Undead. The next in their series is a romp through the Silverpine Forest.

    Once you have completed your adventures as a Forsaken in Tirisfal Glades
    your next move is to Silverpine Forest to the south. Here you will find
    the Sepulcher and the apothecary Renferrel. Here you really start your
    journey and you will spend quite a few levels advancing through quests to
    advance your knowledge of the Scourge.

    What are you waiting for? Grab your walking stick and join the tour at WoW Ten Ton Hammer!

    Tue, Jun 27, 2006
  • Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated by John Madden.
    Gaming giant, Electronic Arts has made a move to acquire Mythic Entertainment, the developers of Dark Age of Camelot and the highly anticipated title, Warhammer Online.

    ""The addition of Mythic to the EA family reflects our deep commitment to the online gaming market worldwide," commented EA studios president Paul Lee."

    You can read more about Electronic Arts acquiring Mythic Entertainment at the following sites;

    Wed, Jun 21, 2006
  • Will Warhammer Online Be the Next Best Thing?

    Worthplaying has posted a preview of Warhammer Online today. The review is chock full of screenshots and interesting observations...

    When Dark Age of Camelot launched back in 2001, I felt it was EverQuest, only without the parts that I didn't like. By the same token, Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning might be World of WarCraft: PVP Done Better.

    Comparing WAR to WoW is inevitable — there are too many similarities to be dismissed. Both feature Orcs with cartoonish armor, both use similar fonts, and heck, even the names are similar. According to Games Workshop — the owners of the Warhammer name — Blizzard ripped them off. That might well be true, since my knowledge of Warhammer is limited to taking a look at a friend's miniatures and thinking, "Painting all of those must have been a hell of a lot of work." Even if Blizzard did borrow heavily from Games Workshop, because WoW launched first, Warhammer Online will be inevitably compared to WoW.

    Read the full preview of Warhammer Online.

    Features, Previews
    Mon, Jun 19, 2006
  • Hype Around WO Justified?

    Ratboy talks about the hype around Warhammer Online and if it's
    living up to expectations.

    Having followed Warhammer Online’s history since its beginnings with
    Climax (something best forgotten…) I’ve been watching the fan reactions to the
    game and what they think of it. From my local gaming store to fan emails I’ve
    received from certain articles I’ve written, there seems to be a huge hype
    around Warhammer Online and it only seems to be growing as the game comes

    Read more about this on the Warhammer Online Ten Ton Hammer site!

    Mon, Jun 19, 2006
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