Cryptic comes clean.
Marvel at him.
Champions Online among first wave of titles.
Chinese MMOer gets STO, Champions.
Cryptic Studios a "discontinued operation".
Early TDU2 sales meet expectations.
Atari wants £10.34 a month for full access.
What's stopping you?
Encourages publisher to move focus online.
Will Champions get user-generated content?
F2P or you'll be "skating up hill" - Cryptic.
Take superhero to max level for nothing.
Your Cape Canaveral good swish.
They "chug along", says Jack Emmert.
Besides Star Trek, Champions, Neverwinter.
Boss admits STO, Champions lacked polish.
People will be "pleased and a bit surprised".
Also: new zone added in free expansion.
New level 37-40 zone is a paid add-on.
Also Christmas event and recruitment bonus.
Free weekend starts today.
Blood Moon update out tomorrow.
As PS3 Slim launch shakes list.
New powers, zombie PvP, late October.
MS reluctance on MMOs is "baffling".
Update: No they don't!
Pre-order only, Star Trek beta access too.
Beta access for spandex MMO too.
In-game tweeting hits the beta.
Ahead of early September release.
Star Trek Online by March 2010.
Retreats to September, needs "more time".
"No finalised plans" - Cryptic.
MMO suffers micro-slip into summer.
"We did what every good developer does."
Superhero MMO rivalry turns sour.
Console version(s) later - Roper.
Atari fudges superhero MMO date.
Superhero MMO for PC and Xbox 360.
Makes way for new owners Atari.
Studio has third game in development.
Cryptic looking for coder to port engine.
Admits mistakes were made with Hellgate.
Diablo luminary now on Champions Online.
PC only, starts in November.
Crytpic plans to let you make stuff.
MGS boss still to "crack the code".
Original game will follow Cryptic's MMO.
Cel-shaded, self-published, out next year.