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For years, MMOs have been exactly what their name would suggest . . . MMOs, or massive multiplayer online games. And as such, players are often left feeling like they deserve more. I know you've felt this emptiness in recent MMOs too, where your actions seem so meaningless that the world and the game would hardly change, or even notice, if you decided to log off and never return. Few RPGs have attempted to do something as ambitious as the Elder Scrolls Online, and the ones that have often leave disappointed fans in the aftermath. Take Final Fantasy 14, for example, which is scheduled to be re-released as a Realm Reborn because it didn't meet expectations. ESO has potential that other MMOs haven't had in years, bringing the beautiful experience of an RPG for thousands of players to enjoy to together in a personalized MMO setting. One can only hope it will be as magical as it sounds.
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