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Originally posted by Yazeed My mmorpg list : FF14 blade & soul My other games ( not mmorpg ) Tomb raider Hitman GTA V
u cant make people who like driving a corolla like BMWs...
3. any other sandbox
10. wow clones
The real MMOs have yet to come out. Down with the easy mode casual crap for the last 10yrs!!!!
wow, i know this is personal list of the Author, and maybe he hasn't heard about The Repopulation and ArcheAge, but i think this 2 is top of my list for now along with WOD and Elder's Scroll
So What Now?
I've finally hit that point of non-excitement for the genre. GW2 is fun, but only in short bursts; for some reason, I can't seem to play the game more than an hour or so at a time before I need to do something else for a good while. All the other games I've played (and enjoyed) over the course of the past year have eventually hit the wall of 'no-longer-logging-in'.
I remember when I finally started figuring out EQ and would find myself playing my halfling Ranger for hours upon hours without even realizing it; a similar thing happened to me with EQ2, WoW, and LOTRO. However, I always find myself looking for that feeling of being completely immersed in a world, and can't ever seem to find it again (not even in returns to EQ).
Originally posted by Fadedbomb #3, Dat-Ass.....had to say it . Jokes aside, Neverwinter shouldn't be #1 with Cryptic at the helm despite their new Parent Company. I'll say it outright that Atari had ZERO business running an MMO since they never understood that MMOs constantly develope content for money instead of only being a one-shot deal. So Cryptic didn't have the funds they needed to continue development post-release. However, the key distinction needs to be made that BOTH Champions Online & StarTrek:Online were disasters at launch. Not to mention the latter was a copy & paste of Champions Online with different models & themes while retaining the same art-style & engine. Loading in to StarTrek:Online for the first time left a horrible taste in my mouth when the music was a slightly different variation of Champions Online, the chat system was the EXACT same, and the GUI was a bad copy & paste. Not to mention the EXACT SAME BUGS from Champions Online existed in STO. Never again Cryptic, and I'm ashamed that they got their hands on such a famous title as NeverWinter !
The only thing I worry about is Cryptic at the helm of NWO, I think they are a terrible company and make terrible games. I want NWO to succeed as I could see my self building many worlds with the toolsets they are providing in this title. Can't wait I hope Cryptic surprises me.