The 4th in the Programmer Extraordinaire series, Solo in an MMP, was published on the AC:DM Site today.
[i]During an interview with srand, Turbine’s very own ” programmer extraordinaire,” we tripped upon the fact that she feels she is ” fundamentally a solo player.” This may seem like an oxymoron, to play solo in a massively ‘multi-player’ (MMP) game.[/i]>>>Part 4: Solo in an MMPPart 1: Technical Aspects of the Game
Naturally enough, our interviewer couldn’t help but go the extra step and ask, “Why do you prefer to play solo in an MMP game?” The answer was long but not all that complex; once understood, it made complete sense – and gave such a different and interesting perspective to the game that we decided to present her answer to this perplexing question as a separate part of the series we’ve been running about her here.
[a href=”http://ac.warcry.com/index.php3?library=logs/turbine_PE_part2″ target=”_blank”]Part 2: Technical Challenges” title=”” target=”_blank”>
Part 1: Technical Aspects of the Game
[a href=”http://ac.warcry.com/index.php3?library=logs/turbine_PE_part2″ target=”_blank”]Part 2: Technical Challenges
[a href=”http://ac.warcry.com/index.php3?library=logs/turbine_PE_part3″ target=”_blank”]Part 3: About srand