Dark Age of Camelot

EA shuts down Mythic Entertainment

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Electronic Arts has confirmed that Mythic Entertainment is no more. Founded in 1995, Mythic was acquired by EA in 2006 and renamed to EA Mythic, but reverted to its original name shortly thereafter. It was also known as BioWare Mythic for awhile, before assuming its original name once again in late 2012.

Dark Age of Camelot's lead designer takes to Kickstarter with Camelot Unchained

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Adventure games and isometric RPGs are doing rather well at the moment, thanks to the nostalgia-tinged Kickstarter explosion. MMOs, on the other hand, cost loads of money, which might make you think they're unsuitable for the relatively low budgets of crowdfunding. Camelot Unchained disagrees. It's a planned MMO from City State Entertainment - a studio founded by the ex-Mythic dev Mark Jacobs, lead designer of Dark Age of Camelot and Warhammer Online. It's set in a post-apocalyptic fantasy world, hence the "Unchained". Good job they didn't call it Camelot Uncut. That would be a very different game.


Camelot Unchained dev wants more unpredictability in MMORPGs

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Mark Jacobs, the former longtime boss for Mythic Entertainment and designer of Dark Age of Camelot, is picking up a fight against predictability by arguing for the merits of increased randomness in MMOs, including his upcoming PVP-centric project Camelot Unchained.