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Grunt grunt? Grunt grunt grunty grunt! MMO grunt grunt, grunt.LOL... "Randomly Change their meaning" I'm not randomly changing anything. It is not random, there is a clear pattern. I'm using it as a descriptor. Which is exactly what it is.Why do you use words at all if you want to randomly change their meaning? Doesn't that work only if you're talking to yourself? You might as well be using all purpose generic grunts.why do you care so much about what terminology people use? Who made you ruler of terms?So if it's dead why is a different set of people afraid to let go of the MMO initials and keep using it to apply to this new shit? Lack of imagination in making up a term that does fit what currently exists?
For me, MMO means nothing today. Its used to describe a "type" of game.
Literally, as I keep telling people here, its a buzzword from the early 2000s.
"MMO" as you knew it died a long time ago but most people here are too afraid to admit it.
Last time I checked things change when new information is presented.
"MMO" is a descriptor nothing more. The "MMO" genre has been dead for a while. It's a harsh reality that some just will not accept. The funny thing about time is, it does not care if you believe or not, its happening. With or without your belief.
Something is happening here alright but you just don't know what it is, do you, Mr. Jones.
It's changed completely since the term was introduced as a marketing term, then later adapted as a genre now used as a descriptor. I didn't personally do that, the community did those things, I just went with it.
Early 2000s - MMO: Sold Boxes and Boxes of Online games because the internet was still new and people were buying into the fantasy of playing with people all over the world. Hence "Massively"
Mid 2000s - MMO: so many games are coming out (Everyday) using the term that it becomes a genre. Companies see the value in MMO because of the success of WoW and run with it.
2010s- MMO: MMO genre is in massive decline and starts to die. Most of them forced to go Free2Play just to lure customers in the door only to hit them with cash shop offers and the genre as a whole begins to die. most gamers start to use MMO as a descriptor of a type of game. Always online, Multiplayer, smaller, persistent world games start to be developed and released. Devs stop saying MMO when describing these games because of the negative connotation.
2020s: Prediction: MMO Genre will be 95% dead (WoW maybe being an exception) the term will be generally accepted as a describer of a typical game. Much like saying Sports Game, and NBA 2K or Madden. People will say MMO Anthem and everyone will know the type of game Anthem was.
You don't need to tell me something is happening. I've been saying it for years. I've been saying what it is the entire time. MMO genre is dead and something new has taken its place. We call these new things MMO because they are born literally from the exact same things as the previous generation of MMO. If it were not we wouldn't call em that. I personally like the term MMO-Lite but I'm just one person.
The term MMO is still in there so what are you really mad at?
You just won't accept it. It's slapping you in the face and you still won't accept it. Maybe its age idk but do you bro.If it's a descriptor it should be able to describe what it is. I'll wait for you to do that using words without half-baked examples
- an element or term that has the function of describing, identifying, or indexing, in particular.
- LINGUISTICSa word or expression used to describe or identify something.noun: descriptor; plural noun: descriptors
Descriptor- a word or expression used to describe or identify something.
MMO - Type of game
LMAO - Laughing My Ass Off
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Though, JLP, you are correct, I don't have too much experience with the ESO system. I only briefly messed around with thieving back when it was first added, really. I never checked out the whole Thieves' Guild type expansion and the deeper parts(I haven't played ESO in a fairly long time).
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