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Wizardry Online – Closed Beta signup now available

Having posted about the game over the past year since it launched in Japan, it seems the English version is gearing up for Closed Beta, with registration having just begun. Published by Sony Online Entertainment, Wizardry Online is the MMORPG…

Wizardry Online – English publisher confirmed

[Game website] In what I see as a surprise move, Sony Online Entertainment has announced that it will be publishing Wizardry Online, the MMO reincarnation of the classic franchise. SOE will be having a demo of the game next week…

Wizardry Online – Open Beta exceeds expectations

The Open Beta phase for Gamepot Japan’s new MMORPG, Wizardry Online, began yesterday evening to with a huge pop. Despite having to fork out 3990 Japanese Yen (USD 52.09) to activate the game, Gamepot Japan announced earlier today that the…

Wizardry Online – A brief walkthrough Part 2

(Source) Yeap, there is a Part 2 for this brief walkthrough of Wizardry Online. The main reason being me not wanting to cluster all the screenshots into 1 single post. Separating them into 2 will give me more post counts…

Wizardry Online – A brief walkthrough Part 1

(Source) I am sure by now most of the people visiting my blog would have heard of Wizardry Online developed by Gamepot Japan. It was also on show earlier at E3 2011 with a really neat press conference. Top Japanese…

E3 2011 – Wizardry Online aiming to be “un-casual”

(Source) It seems like my posts for E3 2011 is still not over as I have forgotten to scan through the Japanese media for news. I am sure by now, most of you would have read about Gamepot’s Wizardry Online…

E3 2011 – Wizardry Online to hit English shores

(Source) Just a few weeks back, I posted about Gamepot Japan reviving the classic Wizardry franchise into an online game. At this year’s E3 2011, the game was shown at the convention hall and confirmed for an English release sometime…

Gamepot Japan brewing Wizardry Online

Any of you older gamers played Wizardry back in the days? I have not, but I was told that the game’s popularity was on par with that of Dungeons and Dragons’ as single player RPGs in the 1980s. The last…