Since 2004 i was completely obsessed by MMOs. I played all of them. Followed all of them. Posted thousands of posts on this site.
MMOs were my life. I could not play almost any other game if it was not MMO...it just was not doing it for me.
And than that thing happened - thing that is widely discussed on this site ( so i will not go into it now ) - MMOs started dying.
Last subscription MMO i bought on release was WAR. Played it for few months and than it died.
I moved to F2P and B2P MMOs. Last one i bought was ESO, probably last "decent" MMO that will be published in this age...
And now for years there are no MMOs worth playing. And few semi Indie MMOs that are being made...how should i break it to you guys...If a AAA company with 300 million dollars and top notch teams can not make good MMO , what you expect from few part time students on a shoestring budget ? I tell you what - Not next WOW or EQ. I really hate to say that , but thats it for this genre ...
Only game that has some potential is perhaps Crowfall , but its not exactly a mmo. And perhaps for the best.
Alas, to the point.
Purging the system from MMO. Simply by not having a MMO to play for year have done wonders to me. I dont think I could again play a game that requires you to waste time on mindnumbing grind that is perhaps worse than work. And I even figured that my "cant play games if its not MMO" is due that perhaps games less interest me now. I finally have time for other things now !
I am free !
So enough of doom and gloom.
MMOs are dead and left to the times when we thought wasting life time on grinding was a good idea