I guess I am just a dying breed, but I thought roleplaying games were about..idk...roleplaying. The games I love and remember most were immersive, they were full of choice, player driven worlds and fear of death. Ha, actual fear of death is pretty much nonexistant in games now a days. I've searched long and wide looking for a world...not just a game. A world where I can be that blacksmith...I can be a fisherman or a local bard, but I've found nothing. Ultima Online seems to be similar, but even that has been watered down over the years. Many, hoped games like darkfall would take it's place, but all I see is a fixation on pvp and large siege warfare. I've considered going over to single players again..just getting involved in a game such as skyrim, but they feel so empty withouth others to experience it with. I had great fun with guild wars 2 recently, but not the same feeling. I've played maybe one or two games once before that actually felt..alive. It was incredibly fun and something I'd give up all my others games to have again. Many of the games that try this method die in despair after a few years..seems not much of a market for it. It seems I am a dying breed, and I guess it's time to face that.