Funcom tops Oslo stock exchange, invests heavily in The Secret World Fantasy, Horror, Age of Conan, Business models, Economy, MMO industry, New titles, News items, Free-to-play, The Secret World 18 Funcom's future is looking pretty bright according to a report at Views and News from Norway. The site says the development firm behind Anarchy Online, Age of Conan, and The Secret World topped the Oslo stock exchange last year and saw its share price rise by 227%. AoC has "sold well and still generates income for Funcom," says the report, but the real cause for optimism is the positive buzz surrounding The Secret World. Funcom head honcho Trond Arne Aas says that the firm has received "very good feedback" from both testers and journalists, and it's a good thing since the company absorbed a third quarter loss despite its share price increase. "We're investing heavily in The Secret World now, therefore the loss," Aas explained. "But we're hoping for major income after the launch in April." Source: Views and News from Norway More coverage: Official site and What Weapon? Column created on 12/15/11 One of the most interesting features coming in The Secret World is the nearly limitless combination of weapons that players will have at their collective disposal. In our latest column devoted to TSW, we take a look at the exciting... yeah I noticed there wasn't any thing on this game up here. so ... any way the concept seems interesting especially how the factions operate differently from each other.