Wow had the benefit of Warcraft. The lore was famous and already had a sizable following. They also benefitted by making sure their game ran well for the layman. You could buy an emachines pc from Walmart and it would run wow, not eq2.
Destiny 2 is the most fun I’ve had in am MMORPG since EverQuest back in the day.
Yes. I consider it an MMORPG. I actually think it’s better since it’s an FPS type game and it isn’t so heavily designed around either solo or group play. It seems to …
I like to level. I don't like it being excessively standardized such as scaling etc.
That's fine. There is literally every single MMO in existence you can play if that's how you feel given that not a s…
And I'm not one of the millions of players who has migrated from the MMORPG genre to other titles such as MOBAs, survival games, RTS tit…
mmoRPGs are not in fact making a comeback:
5 + 4: Relies on a small subset that likes old school MMOs. Remember, MMOs before WoW us…
"2. Morrowind is DLC for one of the most single player MMOs there is, with its main attraction being more story quests... so does that really show that MMOs are doing well, or just that people enjoy RPGs with a good story?"
They have catch up mechanics in fact.
After certain time new tier of armors are sold by resources you get doing standard content and for a way lower price than the "launch …
Yes, I see the camera is a big deal to you, but why you feel the need to insult the developers over it is beyond me..
I agree with him. The camera in this game is way too close. When I installed it under Boot Cam…
ESO hit huge numbers on console this past year by basically giving the game away. I don't think that's a great thing to hail, since it's a clear indication to other developers that they will struggle to rope in players unless they are F2P, or deepl…
Marketing is marketing. It always aims to make something seem substantially better than it actually is. You should always take what they show you, and think of something that would enthuse you about half as much...
That's generally what you shoul…
That's why the only upcoming MMO I'm looking forward to right now is one without any PvE level grind (Camelot Unchained). But really I dislike gear/raid grind a lot more than I dislike level grind.
If Camelot Unchained is …
I like level grinds when they serve as a point of character progression. As in my character evolves as I level by either a point system or weapon/skill leveling type of system.
I can't stand leveling in games like WoW anymore.
This will be a niche game that is meant to serve a small but currently underserved crowd of gamers. As such, the amount of money from donors is gonna be a bit steep because there will be fewer donors.
It's perfectly sensible t…
Thinking of going back to Lineage 2 because it the only game that is still based around grouping, long progreession and open world pvp.
You need to wipe the nostalgia off of your shades and think about why you…
In 2014 the game was no different than it is now, except with a few more players. The game started dying at a fairly accelerated pace during Interlude, and especially during the Gracia updates (when they added the attribute system).
They priced a …
Welcome to MMORPGs in 2017.
Get or or start a clan, gear up, and hopefully never have to deal with it again.
Also so many people are against carrying if you are perceived to be below their level (however they calculate this).
Not every game should make everyone happy and it is impossible to do so. Add to that Yes MMORPGs are broken, if you dont like grouping with people you don…
Lets face it the gamer of 2017 is different from the gamer of 2000....They want it solo, easy, and instant
Talk about yourself.
I want the exact same thing 2017 as I wanted 2000. …
Is probably the same problem we have always had with mmos...
mmo's are becoming increasingly solo centric, to the point that other players just create an obstacle. mmo's need to start taking on some o…