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The Matrix Online sold to SOE


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#1 of 3 Christopher_P

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Posted June 17 2005 - 08:17 AM

http://www.gamespot.....s_6127635.html

I wonder if it will be added to All Access?

#2 of 3 Jeff_Standley

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Posted June 17 2005 - 10:56 AM

Tis is awseom news. I hope they add it to the all access pass and fix the bugs I mentioned in my review. This could be the fix this game was in need of. Posted Image Posted Image
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#3 of 3 Jeff_Standley

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Posted June 17 2005 - 11:08 AM

I just found this on the Matrix Online website.
The Matrix Online
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I already have a Station Access subscription. Will I be able to play The Matrix Online under this plan?
MxO will be added to the Station Access subscription plan after the transition. Station Access is SOE’s all-in-one subscription plan that includes access to EverQuest, EverQuest II, Star Wars Galaxies, PlanetSide, and EverQuest Online Adventures for the PlayStation 2. Current MxO subscribers will be able to select this billing plan, that will give them continued access to MxO as well as SOE’s other subscription games. Station Access is $21.99 a month.
Count me in.
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