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APB: All Points Bulletin
Game Description:APB is a massively multiplayer online game based in living, breathing cities that will feel familiar to players, as they precisely replicate famous cities all over the world. APB is a turf war involving two main factions, the Squads, whose goal is to uphold the law, and the Gangs, who seek to break the law at all costs. Players will be able to choose their side, in a classic good guy versus bad guy scenario. The Gangs are all about graffiti, attitude, custom cars and earning cash any way they can. The Squads stand for honor, teamwork, firepower and destroying the Gangs. APB will provide the player with the ultimate customization options from their weapons, vehicles and clothes to their attitude, music and environment.
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APB: All Points Bulletin News

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  • Guild Wars 2 at GDC - The MMO Report

    Happy Thirsty Thursday everyone! It's time for your favorite bearded beer snob, Casey Schreiner, to let you know what's going on in the world of MMOs. This week he'll discuss what Guild Wars 2 was showing at GDC, how the Bungie MMO rumor was just a (poorly executed) joke, and of course he'll read some submissions from Uncle Casey's Mail Bag....

    Posted March 10, 2011

    Guild Wars 2 at GDC - The MMO Report
  • APB: Reloaded Beta Sign Ups Top 100K

    APB: Reloaded's beta has over 100,000 sign ups based on submissions to Gamersfirst. According to the game's blog, "The beta will be geographically rolled out, with three different regions planned; US-West, US-East and Europe turned up at slightly different times. Tentatively we are aiming to turn up the first closed beta during the week of...

    Posted February 17, 2011

    APB: Reloaded Beta Sign Ups Top 100K
  • APB: Reloaded Closed Beta Sign Ups Begin

    Reloaded Productions is now accepting closed beta applications for APB: Reloaded, the developer’s upcoming relaunch of Realtime Worlds’ failed crime MMO APB: All Points Bulletin. Read More?

    Posted January 11, 2011

    APB: Reloaded Closed Beta Sign Ups Begin
  • Final Fantasy XIV Still Free to Play: The MMO Report

    It's Thursday, which means it's time for your weekly dose of Casey Schreiner and The MMO Report. This time we'll explain the details of how APB was saved from the grave, why Final Fantasy XIV has extended their free trial period, and of course answer your e-mails in Uncle Casey's Mail Bag. Oh but there's more. Yes there's a special little treat...

    Posted November 18, 2010

    Final Fantasy XIV Still Free to Play: The MMO Report
  • APB Finds A Home: MMO Relaunch Coming In Early 2011

    PC MMO APB: All Points Bulletin has found a home. After the collapse of original developer, Realtime Worlds, the game's IP has been purchased by GamersFirst, whose parent company, K2 Games, reportedly paid about $2.4 million for the game. The new APB will be free-to-play and supported by micro-transactions when it relaunches early next...

    Posted November 16, 2010

    APB Finds A Home: MMO Relaunch Coming In Early 2011
  • New World of Warcraft Charity Pet: The MMO Report

    It's Thursday, and we know you're just aching to get your MMO news from the man himself Casey Schreiner. This week we've got the first Star Wars: The Old Republic PVP trailer, info on the new World of Warcraft in-game charity pet, and of course Uncle Casey's Mail Bag. What more could you possibly need before the weekend? Watch Larger...

    Posted November 11, 2010

    New World of Warcraft Charity Pet: The MMO Report
  • APB: All Points Bulletin Sold; To Be Relaunched As Free-To-Play?

    Realtime Worlds’ failed crime MMO APB has been purchased by online games localization company K2 Network for around $2.4 million. Read More?

    Posted November 11, 2010

    APB: All Points Bulletin Sold; To Be Relaunched As Free-To-Play?
  • EA Replacing APB With A Free Game

    If you purchased APB: All Points Bulletin with the hopes of living your virtual life in the crime-based MMO's gritty world, you're no doubt angry and sad over the death of the game. But buck up, camper -- According to website Savvy Gamer, EA feels your pain and will soothe it with a free download of your choice. This applies only to people who...

    Posted September 27, 2010

    EA Replacing APB With A Free Game
  • The MMO Report: Thursday, September 23rd

    Fall is upon us, and what better way to celebrate the equinox than to hang out with your old pal Casey. This week he'll tell you all about Final Fantasy XIV's new currency, APB's final days, and of course we had to dig deep into Uncle Casey's Mail Bag. It wouldn't be The MMO Report without it. Watch Larger Version | Watch HD...

    Posted September 23, 2010

    The MMO Report: Thursday, September 23rd
  • APB: All Points Bulletin Shutting Down For Good

    Well, that was quick. According to an announcement on Realtime World's website, the company's crime-based MMO APB: All Points Bulletin is shutting down for good, most likely in the next 24 hours. So soon, it will be the end of the world for devoted APB players. Below is the official statement from Realtime Worlds: Read More?

    Posted September 16, 2010

    APB: All Points Bulletin Shutting Down For Good
  • The MMO Report: Thursday, September 2nd

    As you may already know, Casey Schreiner was busy climbing the highest mountain in the lower 48 states this week, so The MMO Report has a guest host. Blair Herter took the time out of his busy X-Play schedule to sit down at the desk and give us some news about why fans are so upset with Final Fantasy 14, the new Necromancer class revealed for...

    Posted September 2, 2010

    The MMO Report: Thursday, September 2nd
  • The MMO Report: Thursday, August 19th

    Before you go enjoy the wonders of three-dimensional man-eating fish, why not take a moment to enjoy this week's episode of The MMO Report. We've got the first gameplay footage of space combat in Star Wars: The Old Republic, a story about Blizzard suing someone for 88 million dollars, and a whole bunch of... interesting pictures in Uncle Casey's...

    Posted August 19, 2010

    The MMO Report: Thursday, August 19th
  • APB: All Points Bulletin Still Up And Running

    Although Scottish game developer Realtime Worlds is in trouble, the company wants you to know that its flagship MMO, APB: All Points Bulletin, is still operating. "APB will continue as a live service in the US and Europe during restructuring with full game and community support continuing during this period. Future updates and game...

    Posted August 19, 2010

    APB: All Points Bulletin Still Up And Running
  • Realtime Worlds In Realtime Trouble?

    It looks like MMO maker Realtime Worlds is in some real trouble. The company, whose last release was crime-centric MMO APB: All Points Bulletin, was placed in "administration," which in Scotland means it is in the hands of a company that specializes in corporate rescue. That company (Begbies Traynor Group) will look for a "white...

    Posted August 17, 2010

    Realtime Worlds In Realtime Trouble?
  • Review: APB "An MMO Whose Gameplay Is MIA"

    APB: All Points Bulletin is Scottish game studio Realtime Worlds' follow up to the surprise hit Crackdown. It's an MMO shooter that lets you play cops and robbers on a widespread scale. Yet, as Scott Alan Marriott discovered, it's not all it's cracked up to be. He dishes some dirt here: "Every major action you do outside of driving and...

    Posted July 14, 2010

    Review: APB "An MMO Whose Gameplay Is MIA"
  • The MMO Report: Thursday, March 10th

    Posted: March 10, 2011

    63,779 Views | 08:37

  • The Golden Mullet Awards 2010 - APB: All Points Bulletin

    Posted: January 11, 2011

    10,628 Views | 03:01

  • The MMO Report: Thursday, November 18th

    Posted: November 18, 2010

    70,985 Views | 09:37

  • The MMO Report: Thursday, November 11th

    Posted: November 11, 2010

    97,350 Views | 09:09

  • The MMO Report: Thursday, September 23rd

    Posted: September 23, 2010

    84,855 Views | 07:52

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