Dungeons & Dragons Online

It turns out that Middle Earth Online is not the only upcoming high-profile MMORPG from Turbine being announced at E3, as Atari Partners with Turbine Entertainment to Develop "Dungeons & Dragons Online" (thanks ToTheGame) is the press release announcing that the Asheron's Call developer will also be working on bringing Wizards of the Coast's seminal RPG online. Here's a bit:
Slated for release in 2005, "Dungeons & Dragons Online" is centered on robust character advancement, challenging dungeon combat, meaningful guild politics and territorial control over major portions of the game world. Players choose and develop a character based on some of the iconic races associated with "D&D," including Humans, Elves and Halflings, as well as classes such as Fighters, Clerics, Rogues, and Wizards -- after which they can socialize, find quests, group together and equip themselves for future battles.
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I am disturbed that any company would even THINK of bringing a game like this online.

If you saw Tom Hank's in Mazes & Monsters, you will know what I'm talking about.


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