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Much better question.
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Originally posted by kakasaki Much better question. Vanguard.
pretty much the same question just asked differently
thus your answer to my other question is....vanguard
Gotta go with Vanguard too. Still playing and loving it.
Originally posted by SEANMCAD Originally posted by kakasaki Much better question. Vanguard.
Or EvE, but Vanguard is a more recent release since EvE released in 2003...
(And sorry about my initial comment on the other thread. Re-read it and is was kinda douche on my part)
I've been spending alot of time in City of Heroes since it went f2p.
I agree with the above posters though, Vanguard was a lot of fun.
Best game Vanguard, It's just that I hate SOE
I'm currently suffering from new-car-smell-syndrome. (TM)
I love TOR. Most fun I've had in an MMO in years. Years.
I recently put some time into WAR while I waited for TOR. It also is fun and I long to get back and see more.
DCUO is the ex-girlfriend that I can't stop thinking about and wondering if we could have gotten along better.
Hell, I guess I can't answer the question. Favorite? No idea right now.
I want a mmorpg where people have gone through misery, have gone through school stuff and actually have had sex even. -sagil
Lotro by a mile.
Love the sense of community, Crickhollow server really does feel like a second home.
Playing: Diablo 3 and Black Desert Other favourite games have been: UO, Lineage2, WoW, Darkfall, Lotro
"This is life! We suffer and slave and expire. That's it!" -Bernard Black (Dylan Moran)
EvE by far.
My theme song.
Really? This game sucks and Im not having fun? Im going to unsub right now. Thanks for the tip.
EQ1 for its raiding and community
EQ2 for its depth
I played Rift for a while, but even that burned me out.
I still miss good old EQ. Nothing these days comes close
Only 3 MMOs have kept my interest long enough to reach the level cap: WOW, LOTRO and SW:TOR. I tried EQ2 a year after release and hated everything about it. I tried AoC but gave up somewhere around level 40. Sandbox MMOs hold no interest for me. UO, AC and EQ1 just weren't the kind of products I wanted.
LOTRO is a horrible game these days. It's unfortunate that we are stuck with Turbine as the only Middle Earth MMO developer.
WOW is getting worse with each expansion just like M Night Shyamalans movies. Mists of Pandaria is just a slap in the face really.
SW:TOR is the only one left for me until GW2 comes out. I absolutely loved leveling my Sith Assasin but am not sure if I want to roll an alt or grind stuff at endgame.
I bought Rift a few weeks ago to play until I got SW:TOR. Bought SW a couple days ago but I still have it in the plastic. I'll get to it eventually, but I am honestly liking what I've seen in Rift so far. It has a LotRO feel to it but with better combat.
This will brand me as an outcast if I'm not already but Age of Conan is still my favorite.
I plan on downloading Korean Tera this weekend tho so that might change.
I dig the action type mmos.
Civilized men are more discourteous than savages because they know they canbe impolite without having their skulls split, as a general thing. -Robert E. Howard
None. You could say I'm burnt out.
swtor is my vote. i genuinely like it (even though the movies kinda sucked)
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Tough. I'd say EQ or DAoC, although I play neither.
Currently, trying out Rift again, and dabbling in EQ2.
Age of Conan... love the fatalities
EQ2 and LOTRO, but if I had to choose one, EQ2. But I'm not playing either one at the moment, and I don't think I'm going to play them again.
Vanguard would be my first if it wasn't for Sony, otherwise its Swotor which is starting to grow on my day by day despite its lack of aesthetics in environment design. It has a small level of depth that you have to really pay attention to, especially if you are a Star Wars fan.
Any mmo worth its salt should be like a good prostitute when it comes to its game world- One hell of a faker, and a damn good shaker!