A hands-on demo of Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach was on display in Microsoft's gaming booth at CES. This new MMORPG, developed by Turbine and licensed by Wizards of the Coast, will feature party-oriented quests, real-time combat, and full use of the Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 game system. Action seemed lively and character generation seemed very customizable, but we'll have to see it live before we can compare it to the World of Warcraft juggernaut. D&D Online: Stormreach will be released February 28. The game's exact pricing scheme is unknown but will probably be similar to other massively multiplayer games, with a probable monthly charge between $10 and $15.