A few Ultima games merit mention on IGN’s list of the top 100 RPGs of all time. None of them crack the top ten, though.
Category: Ultima Online
There’s less than 24 hours left to chip in (and pre-order) Stephen Emond’s next book, Ultima Online: The Ultimate Collector’s Guide.
It’s been a few years, but the Return to Britannia program is back and active for many players, and it will run from today, September 5, through October 5, 2012.
Earlier today, a new UO Producer’s Letter was posted on the UO Herald.
I’ve posted a write-up about my thoughts as a current UO player, but I’ll just say this much now: It’s been too long, and I’m echoing what others have said, but we finally have a letter that sounds like it was written by the producer of an MMORPG.
Jeff Skalski mentioned Ultima Online 2 a couple of times in his recent producer’s letter. Was this meant as an attempt to gauge interest?
Stephen Emond discusses the success of the RocketHub campaign for Ultima Online: The Ultimate Collector’s Guide, and some stretch goals he has in mind.
Stephen Emond has launched a RocketHub crowd-funding campaign for his Ultima Online collector’s guide.
The Ultima Online Development Tracker is live at uodev.UltimaCodex.com. What is the UO Development Tracker? Newer MMORPGs, like BioWare’s own Star Wars: The Old Republic, all have development trackers. It’s one of those things...
A truly impressive map of Britannia by Ashlynn the Cartographer of the PaxLair Times.
Part 1 of UO Forums’ interview with Jeff Skalski, Ultima Franchise Producer, was posted last night. Here’s a few choice quotes that might interest non-UO player Ultima fans: UO Forums: What is your full...
Ultima Online (UO) is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game developed by Origin Systems, which launched on September 24, 1997. It can’t claim to be the first graphical MMO, it can rightly claim to be one of the defining titles of the genre, and continues to run to this day.