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MMO Blog posts
MMO Blog posts
I go back and forth on PvP. Some of the best games (mostly MMOs) I’ve played were all about player-versus-player interaction. I like there being PvP when it makes sense (to me). I like fighting for my realm. I like fighting for territory and seizing objectives. I don’t like ganking. I don’t like PvP when […]Continue reading
When it comes to games, I’m a social butterfly. That may be in part because I tend toward the other side of the spectrum in real life. I like games more, and stick with them longer, when there are strong elements of community and ‘playing together’. Beyond a sense of belonging, I like ‘feeling’ that sense of […]Continue reading
Nighthold came out yesterday! KGC and friends took our dedicated group of 11 raiders into the new raid to test our skills against the normal mode bosses. Normal mode drops loot significantly better than even Heroic mode Emerald Nightmare, so it’s a no-brainer for us to move on. We entered Nighthold and easily blew through […]Continue reading
In my last post I reflected on how 2016 brought little growth to MMOs, and how 2017’s prospects looks even bleaker. One of our regular commenters, Bhagpuss, left a comment that struck up some thought and conversation. If it’s not MMO I’m not interested. The new MMO prospects for 2017 do look slim it’s true […]Continue reading
I was privy to a conversation the other day where a few people were talking about how the MMO subscription model was completely dead. This conversation happened in World of Warcraft, where all participants were actively paying a subscription. The people against subscriptions made their stance very clear: Any MMO to release with a subscription is […]Continue reading