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Comments on Games Of Tomorrow Built By Players Wiki-Style
The world's megacorporations are counting on you to do the work in the next round of online game creation. (Read the complete story)

"ive been waiting for this game for a long time. im interested to see how this project will pan out."
(gid 2/6/2006 7:22:18 AM)
"and this is just the beginning future gaming, just wait another 10 years or so "
( 2/7/2006 4:47:43 PM)
"The Makers of Civilization 3 and 4 already cater to gamers who "design their own". Check us out at the Civilization Fanatics website."
(Blue Monkey 2/8/2006 4:34:42 AM)
"I'm surprised that the article doesn't mention Second Life (www.secondlife.com), an online universe where all content is built by the players and the building process happens within the game space."
(Zod 2/12/2006 5:52:43 AM)
"Meridian 59 was a MMORPG that was out a fair amount of time before Ultima Online. (www.meridian59.com)"
(Cynic 2/12/2006 12:54:08 PM)
"I totally agree with the article, currently at http://www.burningempire.co.uk/forums we're doing just that. Going from the ground up with wiki and forums and trying to develop our own game and storylines in order to come up with a great product."
(Mesarim 2/17/2006 8:55:19 AM)
"any idea when the game will come out"
(eliteghost12345@yahoo.com 3/13/2006 5:08:53 PM)

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