I play games primarily on the PC so I enjoy online games very much. One of the most enjoyable games for me is the massively multiplayer online roleplaying game or MMORPG. For a long time now I have been searching for the MMORPG. The one that will finally satisfy my craving for a social multiplayer game set in an immersive open world, with thousands of other players.
What is the best MMORPG?
I’m still looking but here are some thoughts about the subject.
Best MMORPG 2015 List – so far this is the most useful article I have found about upcoming MMORPG games. Also seems more genuine than most, with fewer overhyped Korean/Asian grinders than other top lists. It seems to me that every year there is some new game from Korea that is “oh so awesome, this is so different” but it always turns out to be exactly the same as every other Korean MMORPG – with prettier graphics.
Based on that list, there are quite a few interesting MMO games coming soon. The same people who wrote that also compiled this video.
Something else that I very much like:
Pumpkin Online – as IndieGamingMag puts it, the majority of gamers are in fact adult females, not pimply-faced teenagers or adult man-children who live in their mother’s basement, as the TV shows and other media would have you believe. If the Big Bang Theory was more true-to-life it would probably be Penny gaming for 48 hours every weekend. Though I do recall that there was one episode where she got addicted to Age of Conan. 😉
Anyway, Pumpkin Online is a somewhat girly MMO, no doubt about it. What’s the game about?
You create a character, select a profession, build your farm (and customize it, both inside and out), craft items, complete quests, and develop friendships and romances with NPCs.
It’s basically a Harvest Moon MMORPG.
The Daily Post
We’ve all had exchanges where we came up with the perfect reply — ten minutes too late. Write down one of those, but this time, make sure to sign off with your grand slam (unused) zinger.
I know it’s not terribly original but I find that: “your mom” makes people laugh and ends the discussion very quickly. This can only be used with friends for non-serious discussions.
Him: “What, you think World of Warcraft is still worth playing? It sucks hard.”
Me: “Like your mom!”
It’s juvenile but it works.