I've been having a tough time deciding whether to post this or not. I'm always skeptical about the way we seem to hype ourselves into a lather about upcoming games. It's even worse when we don't even know when the game might be released. So take this interview at GameSpyDaily about a possible upcoming old west (of the USA) MMORPG at face value. As far as I could tell from the interview, it's a wee bit on the early side to put your pre-orders in. But I liked the concept Daniel McMillan was describing. I can imagine the setting complementing a MMORPG-style game pretty well. After all, we've all had plenty of Pony Express experience with DAOC. And if you can figure out what the following means, feel free to e-mail me:
GameSpy: Has Frontier 1859 become more than a game concept?
Daniel: As I sincerely ponder this question, I see a child who has become a teen. I also see a wild stallion that needs a bridle. When a concept translates into a shared dream by many people all over the world, it tends to have a life all its own.