- ESO: it's... ok, I guess. There isn't a real sense of progression, very linear
If you don't think there's any progression in ESO, try completing a public dungeon with a freshly r…
I'm curious about the "Then the server changed hands (again)" part, was it the server transfers, or earlier the Codies - Turbine handover? If the latter, the chances are low indeed, but either way, the Sup…
- LOTRO: loved this to death. Then the server changed hands (again) and wiped all my characters, without reason, nor chance to recover them. Not going to restart again. Excellent community, by far the best I'v…
OP, based on your post i think you want people to tell you to go play the latest WoW expansion.
I noticed you gave real reasons why you don't want to play the other games on your list, but for WoW you only said you are not…
ESO's combat is too active and can't turret. Not enough skills to make levelling enjoyable (just 6 in the hotbar).
SWTOR: I think it was dead shortly after it went F2P, and everyone just worries about endgame.
LOTRO: played to death and a bit too ol…
Thanks for your answer, guys. The search continues unfruitful.
To make it super clear, "my" (the correct?) definition of MMO was mentioned by Lerxst:
"I generally hate the non-centralized sever types of games that are plaguing the Steam community …
Well, I would suggest a survival oriented game such as Salem, Ark, Minecraft. You won't find a MMORPG which sole focus is on crafting since adventuring will be always the core of the gameplay experience.
Anyway, you are really …
you should try tera online. Once you reach max lvl you will be running only dungeons.
You two obviously didn't read past the title.
DDO: too dated. Tried a few times, something kep pushing me away. Maybe the slow levelling or small community?
RIFT: isn't the game totally dead?
EQ2: completely gone, unfortunately (stared at his capped defiler)
AoC: played before Unchained came…