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In August? That's nuts. You should be wishing for an ice wolf carrying a beer fridge... maybe next year,Octagon7711 said:I was just wishing the other day for a flaming wolf pet. Looks like my wishes are going to come true. :-)
You play 5-10 MMOs in a month? WeirdUngood said:Umm.Iselin said:That kind of thinking and style of playing several MMOs at once is so alien to me I can't relate.Theocritus said:Let's be reasonable, we can only support so many games....I play anywhere from 5-10 MMOs a month, im not going to pay a $15 sub for each one like we did in EQ....Also when I did pay a sub I felt I had to get my moneys worth so I basically played just that game...nwo I enjoy much more freedom and spend where I want.
I can see gaming journalists doing it out of necessity but I don't see how spreading gaming time over 5-10 is even doable unless you're ultra casual in all of them.
Just sounds like freedom to scatter your attention... I guess that's a freedom of sorts.
I am not speaking for @Theocritus , but for me, a lot of MMO's are best taken in small chunks, no more then maybe 2 hours a day, before they just burn you out in short order.
Unlike former Sub games that had all kinds of time gates mechanics to keep you logged or worse, to keep you waiting for things to happen, so as to force you to keep an active sub, the modern MMO landscape is very fast paced content but ironically progress feels surprisingly slow, so, burn out is very easy for players like me.
So I'l move from MMO to MMO as I get worn out, and return as I like. With the way a lot of modern MMO's are set up where it's not a huge upward endless gear grind (Like: EQ and WoW) taking breaks even for months on end, has little impact on a characters power level or gear score.
Again, to each their own on that.
Different people will play different ways. Nothing right or wrong with it.