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Disagree. GW2 has a solid franchise now, and GW1 had a very strong following. Much like Diablo, the next editions of Guild Wars will also be largely followed.Eldurian said:I suppose it depends on how you define titan. I consider EVE and Runescape to be titans because they were major MMOs with sizeable audiences 10 years ago, they are major MMOs with sizeable audiences today, and they will likely be major MMOs with sizeable audiences 10 years from now.aliven said:Eve is no where near the titan of industry. Titans of industry are Wow, FF14, GW2 and ESO. Rest live on scraps.
Meanwhile saying FF14 and GW2 are titans of the industry seems like information that may already be outdated. Those games are flashes in the pan. They're the LOTROs and GW1s of tomorrow.
They gotta get past the septic system of a community first though. I'll never say nice things about EVE, ever.Taiphoz said:EvE Online's Alpha accounts are the best at the moment, and after the coming patch they are being expanded even further making them even better, with access to more ships and more importantly more ships used regularly in fleets in null, on top of that they are getting access to Tech II on some of the smaller hulls and Tech I on battleships and battle cruisers.
All in all Alpha's or FREE players are gona have a really good time in the game.
Best F2P model is GW2 by far. No subscription to get for a leg up, no cost to start at all, and you can buy expansions as you go if you enjoy the base game enough.
Every other F2P mmo has some sort of subscription that eventually becomes necessity or such a huge convenience it would be silly to play without it.