There seems to be a new battle emerging in today’s MMOs. In the inimitable words of MMORPG.com Lead Writer Bill Murphy in today’s column, the battle rages between “well-groomed but less innovative products” and “smaller companies pushing the envelope in the MMO world”. See what Bill has to say about the issue and then leave us your thoughts.The most competitive Price. By using a special price searching system to check theÂ diablo 3 Â Gold prices of our 150 major competitors.We are able to maintain the most competitive price for players to buy diablo 3 gold,We guarantee 100% safe delivery method and take full responsibility for it, our companyÂ have been completed thousands of transactions and meet over 1000 orders everyday, we successfully make all our customers delighted and satisfied.
As Iâ€™m playing through Faxion Online from UTV Ignition Games, I find myself wondering why itâ€™s mostly these smaller companies pushing the envelope in the MMO world. Now Iâ€™m fully aware that UTV is a fully-funded publisher of games, with a growing stable of software at its disposal. Itâ€™s not exactly two guys in their basement, after all. But UTV isnâ€™t Blizzard, EA, or BioWare. And Iâ€™m somewhat confident (without any real-world knowledge) that Faxion didnâ€™t cost the company anywhere near the amount of money that something like The Old Republic is costing BioWare. My hypothesis, and maybe this is just common sense, is that the lower the cost of development the more likely the game which comes out will be something other than the norm. Itâ€™s up to these smaller companies, with their smaller budgets and smaller teams, to make something big that will change the way we play.