Stargate Worlds is dead, but you can still have another adventure with the crew from Stargate SG-1.
Stargate Worlds returns to the news for one final hurrah of drama and epic fail for the cancelled sci-fi MMOG.
It's certainly been an interesting ride for Cheyenne Mountain Entertainment (CME) over the last few years.
The Stargate IP has had a colorful gaming history.
If you've been following the sage out of Cheyenne Mountain Entertainment, you already know that Stargate Worlds is dead in the water and that the developer’s third-person shooter, Stargate Resistance, will be getting the axe on January 15th, 2010 as part of the licensing termination from MGM in November.
Few things have been as big an embarrassment to the gaming industry as the dramatic saga surrounding Cheyenne Mountain Entertainment and the Stargate Worlds (SGW) MMOG.
Curious about a game that never made it to the retail shelves, or shut down before it had its chance to shine?
Things have been quiet out of Cheyenne Mountain Entertainment in recent months, but according to Courthouse News the Stargate Worlds developer is back in the news.
The waters over at Cheyenne Mountain Entertainment (CME) have been a little rough over the last few years to say the least.
We've reported on the problems out of Cheyenne Mountain Entertainment (CME) over the last few weeks with the struggle for power between Gary Whiting and other members of CME.
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