Ardua gives a cool timeline of Warhammer Online development in his quest to summon up a little patience.
Iain Compton, English Community Manager known to many as IainC (that’s the beauty of pseudonyms, right there!) gives an interview over at MMOhell. It’s a great and insightful interview and we’d just like to note we don’t have his mobile number ;-p
Talking of interviews, there’s quite a few popping up after some weeks of quiet after the big announcements about cities/classes. First Carrie Gouskos shares some thoughts over at Ten Ton Hammer. At the same site, there’s a video interview with Josh Drescher from Comic-Con. In it, you can learn how to get the ‘I Touch Myself’ title. And, of course, now Comic-Con is over, you can read all of Paul’s blogs from it. Warhammer Conflict meanwhile along with partner Anti-Sanctus Chaotica, brings us a video interview with Robert Mull, Community Manager over in the US from Games Day Chicago.
Take a break for breath and go over to the Stratics interview with Josh from Comic-con!
More in Spore related links: the Spore e-card creator.
And Will Wright (Spore’s designer) talks on Level Up about player created content and why it’s so important. They don’t ask him what he thinks about all the dick creatures though.
Save the Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus! Seriously.
Want to hang out with trolls, dodging flames and making a name for yourself? Beibhinn has posted an ad over at the Vault boards looking for more moderators, so get over there and apply!
Warhammer Alliance have set up some Roleplaying forums (that’s to discuss it as well as to indulge in it!).
Star Trek Online, it’s official! Star Trek itself doesn’t excite me, but I like a lot of the things that Cryptic did with CoH and it’ll be interesting to see what they come up with.
Alan Moore gives an interview on the craft of writing. If you’re a fan, go read it. He gives great interview!
If I ever write a book on writing it will probably be called Real Men Don’t Use Thesauri