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Dungeons and Dragons Online.They had such an iconic name behind them, and they totaly ruined it.Firstly, they made it entirely instanced... just like guild wars, except here you have to pay a monthly fee.Then they said NO PVP, because you dont pvp in the real pen and paper version.Well, yes and no. While pvp was not a common occurance in parties, it DID happen once in a blue moon. But the point is, the pen and paper version had only a handful of people playing, so of course you cant go around hunting your team mates.DDO just didnt get it, and i do hope they've learnt from their mistakes before LOTR comes out.This was my biggest dissapointment, games wise, i never played Dark and Light.
----MMORPG's I've Played: World of Warcraft: 10/10 - Rappelz: 7/10 - Ragnarok Online: 8/10 - DnD Online: 2/10 - Runescape: 6/10 - LotR Online: 5/10 - Anarchy Online: 7/10 - CoV: 8/10 - Rohan Online: 8/10 - Guild Wars: 7/10 - Flyff: 8/10 - Warhammer Online: 8/10
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Matrix gets me vote. What a croc.
Poor gameplay, poor coding. Poor service. Low content. Poor quality. Poor functionality. Poor support. Poor value. Missing population. Missing inspiration.
Originally posted by GameloadingImo, those who say anything diffrent then Dark & light or Mourning have absolutely no idea what their talking about.
I haven't played either so I can't judge and neither can anyone else who hasn't played them. Given the calibre of the kids that populate this forum, it won't stop them from trolling or pontificating one way or the other.
IMHO? The worst MMO I've played was The Sims Online, followed closely by Mimesis Online.
------------------------------You see, every mammal on this planet instinctively develops a natural equilibrium with their surrounding environment, but you humans do not. You spread to an area, and you multiply, and you multiply, until every natural resource is consumed. The only way you can survive is to spread to another area. There is another organism on this planet that follows the same pattern. Do you know what it is? A virus. Human beings are a disease, a cancer of this planet.-Mr.Smith
Waiting for something fresh to arrive on the MMO scene...
Originally posted by Gameloading Imo, those who say anything diffrent then Dark & light or Mourning have absolutely no idea what their talking about.
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DnL and Mourning, as many people have said you can hardly call them games, more like online fraud. Its like if you take that email about some dude in Africa who wants to give you $100M, if you got that and turned it into an MMO, thats DnL + Mourning right there.
SWG get honorary mention for being (IMO) the biggest money-losing MMO ever. How much money did SOE pay for the IP. Then how many dev teams did they pay to revamp and totally ruin their game LAWL
I don''t really know when Humankind will die out but i''m guessing about 6 years before WOW.-BarCrow
GRAAL ONLINE man i hate that game
and not just the game also the ppl that make it
1. its a rip off of the zelda a link to the Past
2.theres nothing to do but pk
3.for a game with lest then 500 ppl they want u to pay $20/mo
ill take my $12 and go hit FFXI before i think about paying these wack jobs
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#1 worst by far was DnL
I don't count Mourning because I never played it
biggest dissapointment was SWG, that game could have been great. DDO was just a bad idea. No way the magic of the P&P was going to tranlate into a MMO, that was all in having a good DM.
I miss DAoC
For games that i've played, 1: MxO for releasing something that should've still been closed beta. 2: RYL for just being terrible. 3: L2, for being the worst grindfest in the history of grinds, with the worst PVP system i've ever seen. 4: FFXI for the gilseller/community problems and the ridiculous way their required Class/Level Limit/City quests were set up so that a group people at the actual level limit couldn't complete them. Account deletion is completely uncool too. 5: AO. Mostly because I need a #5 and for some reason I could never stay logged into this game for more than 10 minutes.
Tbh, you cant say those two are bad if you havent played on them, not everyones played them ya'know.
I'm shocked that not many people have said runescape tbh, its classed as a mmorpg but its absolutly crap.....
Dude I liked FFXI For the very same reason u didnt
FFXI made you work with other players
it made teamwork a big thing and thats what a mmo
should be about.
ive tryed alot of mmo's and alot of them dont have the would teamwork factor in there
like SWG, i gave it a chance cause im a SW fan i played it for bout two week and in tho 2 week
i only had one guy that wanted to party and help each other out <<(Teamwork Factor)
almost the whole time i played it, it felt like a single player game
if i wanted to play it by my self id make me a server and play it alone so i wouldnt have to deal with the lag and that would be that
dude now that i think bout it all the SOE games sux for the reason
all but EQ2
Although Mourning has attracted a lot of negative attention around the Internet, (notably after the beta "debut" and other fiascos), there remains a loyal fanbase who believe that Mourning will eventually become successful and believe that the game will break through the stereotypical MMORPG structure with the unique gameplay that was mentioned in previews and interviews dating almost 3-4 years ago, when Mourning was announced.
Thats the fanboy song of dying mmorpg.
Intrestingly enough i seen this exact statement from fanboys of the following 3 dying(or in case of mourning dead) mmorpg.Since they charge people for their product i think they are worse then F2p mmorpg.
Originally posted by Necromage Dude I liked FFXI For the very same reason u didnt FFXI made you work with other players it made teamwork a big thing and thats what a mmo should be about.ive tryed alot of mmo's and alot of them dont have the would teamwork factor in there like SWG, i gave it a chance cause im a SW fan i played it for bout two week and in tho 2 weeki only had one guy that wanted to party and help each other out <<(Teamwork Factor)almost the whole time i played it, it felt like a single player gameif i wanted to play it by my self id make me a server and play it alone so i wouldnt have to deal with the lag and that would be that
You misunderstand, the idea of teamwork was fine. The fact that for the first year and still some even now Japanese players refused to group with English speaking players and even went out of their way to KS and try to drive out non-Japanese parties is what I hated about the community, and is the main reason people were just sitting around for 2-3 hours looking for groups.
This also relates to the problem I had with the Missions, class quests, and level limit quests. For whatever reason they decided to set it up so that a group of level 30's could not complete a mission with a level 30 limit without begging a level 50 to come help, and at launch, and for months until people leveled up as starter classes, the only people you could ask for help hated your guts for no reason.
Originally posted by Marchus 3: L2, for being the worst grindfest in the history of grinds, with the worst PVP system i've ever seen.
I have to agree Runescape is the worst excuse for an MMO ever! So many noobs; so many little kids being well little kids. I played for a very short time and nearly killed the computer because of how much I dislike Runescape.
Just looked up the Mourning and it looks like the most stupid online game a moron could come up with, I found it disturbing, if nothing else.
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