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Help to find MMO!

tsengeltsengel UlaanbaatarMember Posts: 12

Hello guys,

Need real help, so story goes like this:

I've played D3(not MMO) now its boring, played GW2 now its boring, played WOW now its boring, played Neverwinter now its boring too!

Man, every MMO i played becomes boring!

Please help me find MMO that is has all features of WOW, GW2 etc.( lively cities, good crafting, pve and free).

PS: waiting TESO

Regards,

 

Tsengel

 

Comments

  • tarodintarodin canovellesMember Posts: 110 Uncommon
    I suggest you eve online. Not easy to learn but very rich in content and community.
  • nariusseldonnariusseldon santa clara, CAMember Posts: 26,690 Rare

    OP, i hate to break it to you. Every game becomes boring if you play it long enough, no matter how great it is.

    That is why there is a whole video game industry with many products. If you tolerance is low, find some F2P games, play one for a week, then switch.

  • CawickengCawickeng BrisbaneMember Posts: 122
    3 words: Scarlet Blade
  • tsengeltsengel UlaanbaatarMember Posts: 12
    Originally posted by tarodin
    I suggest you eve online. Not easy to learn but very rich in content and community.

    Bur eve online is space battles, i hate space combats!

  • AdamantineAdamantine NowhereMember Posts: 3,880 Uncommon
    Originally posted by nariusseldon
    [...] Every game becomes boring if you play it long enough, no matter how great it is. [...]

    Hmm.

    I'm waiting for the "getting boring" in Vanguard: Saga of Heroes since 6 years.

    It was at some point very boring - for lack of players. I dont remember any other instance.

  • AeliousAelious OregonMember Posts: 3,075 Uncommon
    EQ2 and Vanguard are two to try. Not that you'll find lively cities like in WoW, people are a little more spread out. Both have more than one button crafting and have enough content to last a long, long time.

    Good luck on your quest :)
  • nariusseldonnariusseldon santa clara, CAMember Posts: 26,690 Rare
    Originally posted by Adamantine
    Originally posted by nariusseldon
    [...] Every game becomes boring if you play it long enough, no matter how great it is. [...]

    Hmm.

    I'm waiting for the "getting boring" in Vanguard: Saga of Heroes since 6 years.

    It was at some point very boring - for lack of players. I dont remember any other instance.

    You just haven't played long enough and everyone is different.

    Given the low pop in Vanguard, you are the odd man out. It is probably very boring for many. Otherwise, it should be a lot more successful.

  • Tabloid42Tabloid42 New York, NYMember Posts: 181 Uncommon

    What,.?

     

    No Lord of the Rings Online??!

     

    F2p,...get to it!,...

     

    after that,...play DC universe Online,..

     

    then The Secret World Online,,..

     

     

     

  • dauntSilverdauntSilver Huntsville, ALMember Posts: 146

    I have four words for you:

    Dark Fall Unholy Wars

  • cybertruckercybertrucker Pensacola, FLMember Posts: 1,119 Uncommon
    Try something different . Try going outside. Maybe do some tabletop miniture wargaming. Get a different hobby or a job (if you don't have one)
  • DocBrodyDocBrody EldridgeMember Posts: 1,926 Uncommon

    Eve Online

    Age of Conan

    Secret World

    Path of Exile

     

    .. all great

  • tsengeltsengel UlaanbaatarMember Posts: 12
    Originally posted by dauntSilver
    I have four words for you: Dark Fall Unholy Wars

    Sadly, it is not supported in my country!

  • dave5698225dave5698225 Kitchener, ONMember Posts: 14

    I would recommend EQ2. its a very mature game that has been around for 7 years and is packed with tons of content and features but still has great graphics. One of its biggest issues was running well on PC's at the time -  but that's not an issue now. Great PVE and the crafting is awesome - where else can you buy a variety of houses and then craft your own furniture for them?

     

    Of course, if you are bored in MMO's you first should ask yourself what compels you to play them in the first place? Is it lore and story-line, is it social and guilds, is it phat loot, etc. Figure that out and you should be able to find a suitable game.

     

    You should know that once WoW began to dominate the MMORPG market, most game companies copied the same WoW formula. You may have to go back a few years to find a truly unique game that fits your style.

    Good luck!

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