Jan 212015
 
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by Alicia Glass, contributing writer

Welcome back to the weird, wonderful world that started it all: Dungeons & Dragons! Wizards of the Coast announced their newest add-on module for both online and tabletop gaming, Elemental Evil. The new EE storyline is slated to begin in March 2015, and runs through mid-summer. The call has gone out for the Heroes of the Forgotten Realms to discover anD&D-EEd defeat the secret cults encroaching on the Sword Coast, by harnessing the elemental powers of earth, air, fire and water! Come and join us, heroes and villains all, to unearth the deception of Elemental Evil!

The wildly popular free-to-play online Dungeons & Dragons MMORPG game now offers a brand new downloadable module called Neverwinter: Elemental Evil. Fans and game-players are offered a new perspective on the storyline with a new class available for play, the Paladin, and the game’s level cap has been increased to 70.

Neverwinter is set in the Forgotten Realms of D&D, presented by Cryptic Studios and Perfect World Entertainment, and is available for free download on many different gaming sites online.

Check out the Neverwinter Wiki site for further immersion into the Forgotten Realms of Dungeons and Dragons!

Cryptic Studios also announced recently that the Neverwinter game for the Xbox One will be available starting in early 2015!

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Apr 262012
 
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Krypton Radio Newswire

 

Cryptic Studios, maker of the popular MMO’s Star Trek Online, Champions Online, Neverwinter, City of Heroes, and City of Villians; has issued a press release indicating that they have just recently discovered a serious breach of their security systems from 2010.

 

IMPORTANT CUSTOMER SERVICE NOTIFICATION REGARDING UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS

At Cryptic Studios, your privacy and security is important. As part of our ongoing efforts to monitor and enhance security, we recently detected evidence of an unauthorized access to one of our user databases. The unauthorized access occurred in December 2010, and evidence of this has just been uncovered due to increased security analysis. Continue reading »

Jan 192012
 
Cryptic Studio's STAR TREK ONLINE
 by Gene Turnbow
Cryptic Studio's STAR TREK ONLINE

Cryptic Studio's STAR TREK ONLINE

If you’ve been following the gaming news here on Krypton Radio, you may remember our article on the trend toward free-to-play MMO’s.  This seems to be the new  business model for online gaming: give enough of the game away for free that people get hooked on the experience and are willing to pay to get more of the same.  The Star Trek Online  MMO opened to mixed reviews almost a full year ago, but they seem to be listening to their customers and fixing some of the more glaring problems with the game – and removing some of the barrier to entry that was keeping many fans away.

Cryptic Studios’ Star Trek Online has adopted a tiered free-to-play (F2P) model where nonpaying “Silver” players will still get to have a robust Star Trek experience, while reserving some of the more advanced game features such as creating guilds and playing multiple characters for the players willing to shell out the monthly $14.99 subscription fee.

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