Turbine hires Elder Scrolls designer Ken Rolston
Lord of the Rings Online studio brings on Elder Scrolls, Kingdoms of Amalur designer as director of design; former NetherRealm, Zynga, and Petroglyph devs round out "key hires."
Turbine on spinning console MMORPGs
GDC Austin 2009: Dungeons & Dragons Online developer recaps challenges of bringing popular PC genre to the living room, why PS3 should be the lead SKU.
Last call for Asheron's Call 2
Developer ends the year by pulling plug on massively multiplayer game, turns attention to upcoming licensed projects.
Turbine to shutter Santa Monica studio
Clock tolls toward December date when ops will cease at Turbine's West Coast studio.
Asheron's Call 2 silenced
Turbine's MMORPG scheduled to shut down December 30; original Asheron's Call survives its sequel.
$30 million blows into Turbine's coffers
Asheron's Call developer secures second round of funding to help further establish itself as a stand-alone developer/publisher.
Asheron's Call 2: Legions marches on stores
First expansion pack for Turbine's MMORPG ships to retail; first new game to be self-published and developed by the independent game company.
Asheron's Call 2: Legions sees gold; Throne of Destiny delayed
AC2: Legions expansion goes to duplication, while Asheron's Call: Throne of Destiny expansion is delayed until July.
Turbine publishing Middle-Earth Online in '06
Lord of the Rings-inspired license no longer wrapped around VU Games' finger, MMORPG delayed one year.
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