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My opinion on mmorpg community

nerovergilnerovergil Member UncommonPosts: 680
edited July 2017 in The Pub at MMORPG.COM
The most imporant thing in mmorpg is people actually played it.

I have try archeage. its a good game, but literally hard to find anyone..it is because too much separate server. feel like playing a single player game.

i like ragnarok online. but i have played it too much and after i get 2nd job i get bored. but many people still play it so i just log in to watch people and chat.

i like world of warcraft free edition till level 20. yes the graphic is toaster but the art fantasy style is good. i get the mood. it has nostalgic feelings. same like RO, u can see more people play it compared to archeage.

i like gw2 but i have played too much to play it again.

i like teso but i hate fps aim so i dont play it

i like ff14 but the sub doesnt worth it

so i downloaded neverwinter, dungeon and dragon online, i will review it later. this game look good, old but gold.
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  • PemminPemmin Member UncommonPosts: 622
    edited July 2017
    ok

    i don't really understand your purpose in posting this thread because your English seems a little broken. if you are inferring that community is the most important aspect of an mmorpg....then i agree with you and others may or may not.
  • holdenfiveholdenfive Member UncommonPosts: 170
    I couldnt have said it better myself. This is exactly how I feel. Played this game too much. So fuck it really, dont even count bro.
  • TaishiFoxTaishiFox Member RarePosts: 954
    Seems more of an opinion on MMORPGs than the community to me O_o
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  • holdenfiveholdenfive Member UncommonPosts: 170
    TaishiFox said:
    Seems more of an opinion on MMORPGs than the community to me O_o
    I think he meant to address it to the community. Like 'Im taking the car, Dad'. 
  • Sid_ViciousSid_Vicious Member UncommonPosts: 2,125
    your list is sad... play better games
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  • nerovergilnerovergil Member UncommonPosts: 680
    Pemmin said:
    ok

    i don't really understand your purpose in posting this thread because your English seems a little broken. if you are inferring that community is the most important aspect of an mmorpg....then i agree with you and others may or may not.
    lol.. broken so what...i master 10 language..at least i understand
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  • Jean-Luc_PicardJean-Luc_Picard Member LegendaryPosts: 8,011
    Pemmin said:
    ok

    i don't really understand your purpose in posting this thread because your English seems a little broken. if you are inferring that community is the most important aspect of an mmorpg....then i agree with you and others may or may not.
    lol.. broken so what...i master 10 language..at least i understand
    "master" isn't the word I'd use...
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  • delete5230delete5230 Member EpicPosts: 5,678
    The most imporant thing in mmorpg is people actually played it.

    I have try archeage. its a good game, but literally hard to find anyone..it is because too much separate server. feel like playing a single player game.

    i like ragnarok online. but i have played it too much and after i get 2nd job i get bored. but many people still play it so i just log in to watch people and chat.

    i like world of warcraft free edition till level 20. yes the graphic is toaster but the art fantasy style is good. i get the mood. it has nostalgic feelings. same like RO, u can see more people play it compared to archeage.

    i like gw2 but i have played too much to play it again.

    i like teso but i hate fps aim so i dont play it

    i like ff14 but the sub doesnt worth it

    so i downloaded neverwinter, dungeon and dragon online, i will review it later. this game look good, old but gold.

    Small suggestion.  Play Warcraft free edition, and make friends.  Lots of good guilds and EVERYONE if friendly because no one has anything to prove anymore, unlike when the game was new back in 2004....... Social mmos have wayyyy more replayability :) 

    Other than that, many of us are in the problem situation as you.  However I guess their is DAOC free edition that many play, but I think that is more PvP if you like that.
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  • lahnmirlahnmir Member EpicPosts: 2,690
    edited July 2017
    your list is sad... play better games
    Yeah, although it would have been a lot sadder with horrible crap like Darkfall included. 

    See what I did there?

    /Cheers,
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    But there are many. You can play them entirely solo, and even offline. Also, you are wrong by default.

    Ikcin in response to yours sincerely debating whether or not single-player offline MMOs exist...
  • NycteliosNyctelios Member EpicPosts: 3,338
    DDO community is quite friendly I must admit, OP, even if I kinda dislike the game.
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  • KyleranKyleran Member LegendaryPosts: 33,287
    edited July 2017
    Here's a suggestion. Instead of trying to find MMOs with good communities, consider joining a good gaming guild that plays multiple MMOs.

    There's usually a couple in every region, here in the US I recommend groups like Grievance or if you qualify as I do, (way over-qualified actually)   :#  the Old Timers Guild.

    I think the guild I need to find (or start) is one for MMORPG gamers who don't actually enjoy or even play MMOs anymore. Probably be larger than the Goons, but certainly rival them for being snarky.  :wink:
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  • Sid_ViciousSid_Vicious Member UncommonPosts: 2,125
    lahnmir said:
    your list is sad... play better games
    Yeah, although it would have been a lot sadder with horrible crap like Darkfall included. 

    See what I did there?

    /Cheers,
    Lahnmir
    Darkfall is not for everyone but damn that list of games is so cringy...!! I guess I did like the music in Archeage though...

    seems that the unfortunate chap has come into MMORPGs a bit late : /

    Kyleran said:
    Here's a suggestion. Instead of trying to find MMOs with good communities, consider joining a good gaming guild that plays multiple MMOs.

    There's usually a couple in every region, here in the US I recommend groups like Grievance or if you qualify as I do, (way over-qualified actually)   :#  the Old Timers Guild.

    I think the guild I need to find (or start) is one for MMORPG gamers who don't actually enjoy or even play MMOs anymore. Probably be larger than the Goons, but certainly rival them for being snarky.  :wink:
    /word

    OTG is everywhere... always good peeps it seems
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    NEWS FLASH! A bank was robbed the other day and a man opened fire on the customers being held hostage. One customer zig-zag sprinted until he found cover. When questioned later he explained that he was a hardcore Darkfall Online player and knew just what to do.

    Watch me play Darkfall and sometimes PVP in other MMORPGs on Twitch.

    Darkfall has launched!!! MAY 5th!! Join before its too late!

    Follow my RP blog here: http://riseofagon.blogspot.com/



  • kitaradkitarad Member EpicPosts: 5,067
    It's very difficult to enjoy any MMORPG without a good guild or friends. The friends can be made when you start playing a game but I am pretty sure that every positive experience I have had has always been with others participating. This is why you need to actively hunt until you find a group of people you like or a guild with the possibility of finding some good people in it to play with. Any game is not complete by itself and will seem horrible until you experience the rich possibilities that grouping and playing with good people can create.

    I am not saying you cannot find fun alone and solo ...not at all but that a poor game can be enriched with good people who you might find. There have been games that I had found not so great but after meeting some people it opened up other possibilities and suddenly the game transformed itself from poor to good merely because I wanted to spend more time in game with these people.

    Of course I'm not saying you should be chained to a group or friends but that these possibilities do exist in making the game experience better. However the difficulty will be finding these people but sometimes even one person can make the difference of playing or logging off.
    Kylerancameltosis

  • SEANMCADSEANMCAD Member EpicPosts: 16,775
    Pemmin said:
    ok

    i don't really understand your purpose in posting this thread because your English seems a little broken. if you are inferring that community is the most important aspect of an mmorpg....then i agree with you and others may or may not.
    lol.. broken so what...i master 10 language..at least i understand
    I read what you wrote in your OP and scrolled up to the Topic title like 3 times and I still dont understand the connection between the two

    Please do not respond to me, even if I ask you a question, its rhetorical.

    Please do not respond to me

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