I enjoyed the hell out of 10Six. That was the last MMO that really hooked me.
#22BogePosted 12/6/2013 4:02:56 PM
They haven't changed since Everquest. That's why they're dying. Everyone that has interest in MMOs have already been there and done that on more than one occasion. --- Don't lie to someone who trusts you. Don't trust someone who lies to you.
#23dekouPosted 12/6/2013 4:38:27 PM
It really depends on your definition of "dying". As far as I know, the MMO playerbase has grown rapidly. Some big MMOs (like WoW) are declining, but WoW is still huge and EVE is still growing. GW2 has been very successful. SWTOR flopped, but it was a pile of crap, so it doesn't count. F2P games keep coming out, so I guess they're relatively successful.
Personally, I'm not a fan of the genre. However, I played and liked GW2. Too bad its updates make no sense.
#24codyorrPosted 12/6/2013 7:00:46 PM
Gamefaqs is the only MMO I play.
#25EdgeofDarknessPosted 12/6/2013 7:37:41 PM
When I had infinite free time back in high school they were great. A full time job and school at the same time later and... well honestly if I can't sink 5 hours a day into they just aren't enjoyable to me.
#26chase1234lifePosted 12/6/2013 7:42:08 PM
Ultima Online represent!!! --- http://www.last.fm/user/chasewolf J.O.B. Squad 4 life
#27Silent Sniper IVPosted 12/6/2013 7:48:21 PM
MMOs have destroyed themselves by mostly being bland and insipid wow clones for almost an entire decade, yet can't out-wow wow. It's been a bad time for them, but the next wave is hopefully breaking free of that. --- Irony is a maginot line drawn by the already condemned