“Nine months of hard work,” could salvage All Points Bulletin, the failed cops-and-robbers MMO, but don’t expect Codemasters to be the one doing the work, says the publisher’s online general manager.
Scottish developer Realtime Worlds recently entered administration, and it’s rolling out play and pay stats for the recently released All-Points Bulletin to sweeten the pot for potential buyers. Who’s playing, and what are they paying?
Cops and robbers MMO APB is world filled with grungy-looking criminals covered with tattoos and riddled with piercings. Now Realtime Worlds is letting fans vote on how they permanently disfigure a real human being with the Human Avatar Project.