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If it's not broken, you are not innovating.
My thought is to steer you toward a smaller game. Something sandbox would be good.
If you want good community my idea is that people need to need each other. When other people need you to do something for them and they can use their specialty to help you, it does seem to lead to more conversation.
You need a smaller population game as silly as it sounds. Maybe it's not silly at all. Small towns are known for being friendly and helpful, that's probably part of the why, they get to know and need each other.
The only ones jumping to me right now are Wurm or Ryzom. I haven't played every game out there and don't hop around as much as some people but those 2 do fit that structure, small pop talking to each other about the game or bartering help with things in the game.
Keep looking you will eventually find it!
It's like seeking out a great place for Coffee or Bakery! The MMO market is saturated with more to come.
Listen to me, because I know what I am talking about. Community is one of the most important things I am looking for in a mmorpg and I have tried them all, even games you might never heard of before!
Some games with good community, is usually the ones with a very small playerbase. That's why I won't mention them, because you won't enjoy games that are empty. So here is the top 3 list:
1. Vanguard: Saga of Heroes - Server: Telon
2. Lord of the Ring Online - Server: Landroval (US) or Laurelin (EU)
3. Everquest 2 - Server: Freeport (some might not agree with me)
All games are AWESOME in their own ways, depending of what you like!
If you like freedom, harsh leveling and time consuming - pick Vanguard! If you LOVE Middle Earth, can handle some instanced areas and so on - pick LotRO! If you like Vanguard, but want a bigger playerbase and easier gameplay or just like something similar to World of Warcraft's structure - pick Everquest 2!
These games are a win/win for me. They are all good and the community in all the games are awesome! You NEED to check them out and play atleast some hours in each game, before you dump it or like it. It took me 18 hours before I liked Everquest 2 and now it is my all time favorite!
I want a Good game with a good community!
Tell me when you find it...
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