Researchers Are Training AI to Survive In This MMO
In OpenAI's 'Neural MMO,' artificially intelligent agents compete to survive, and learn new skills along the way.
This ‘Second Life’ Avatar Creator is Selling Virtual Stretch Marks, Cellulite, and Boob Veins
Customers want more flaws on their online bodies.
How One Line of Ancient Code Haunted a Major MMO For Six Months
'Aliens: Colonial Marines' isn't the only game to have shipped with problems the developers would only figure out much later.
'Everquest' Developer Denies It's Owned by Russian Company Sanctioned by the US
In 2015, a press release from the company that runs 'Everquest' said it was bought by a Russian company. Now it's trying to distance itself from its alleged owners.
I Talked to the Guys Who Bought 'Utopia'
The text-only strategy game once had 100,000 players. Its new owners want to bring it back to its former glory.
'World of Warcraft' Has a Rape Problem
There’s an inn in WoW where aggressive players act out their rape fantasies on unsuspecting victims.
This Game's Secret Door Has Been A Mystery For 12 Years. Now, It's Solved.
It took one player nine years to gain enough experience to go inside, but they disappeared. Another player stepped up.
'Governance in the Real World Is So Fucked:' Lawrence Lessig Is Working on an MMO
‘Seed’ will allow players to build a society together, from the ground up.
How ‘Destiny 2’ Could Encourage More Players to See Its Best Moments
The only reason I experienced a raid was because a group took pity on me, and became my very own Sherpa in 'Destiny.'
This 80s MMO Needs Your Help to Stay Alive
'Habitat' needs your Java skills.
Second Life Users Are Protesting With Their Avatars
The resistance is rising, even in virtual worlds.
As 'Asheron's Call' Nears Death, One Designer Looks Back
After 17 years, the curtain is closing on 'Asheron's Call.' A lot can happen in nearly two decades.