The best MMORPGs on PC

Best MMORPG

What's the best PC MMORPG experience? Is it one with spell-slinging and demon-slaying? Working your way through the stars as a miner or a corporate bigwig? Solving ancient conspiracies and fighing Lovecraftian horrors? Maybe it's all of them.

If you can tear yourself away from these virtual worlds, PCGamesN is here for all your gaming needs. 

Here’s our list of the best MMOs on the PC, kicking off with a few of the top free PC MMOs. You're sure to find something that will swallow up entire days at a time.

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn

Best MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is a story of heartwarming redemption. When it was originally released it wasn’t very good. In fact, it was terrible. This triggered Square Enix to take drastic action: ditch the old team, hire a new team and remake the game.

The outcome is A Realm Reborn. And it’s good. If you’re a Final Fantasy fan, you’ll adore Eorzea. It hits everything the series is known for: epic stories of good and evil duking it out, varied, painfully gorgous environments, over-the-top characters and flashy cutscenes.

It’s also clever: players have a great deal of flexibility within their class choice. As soon as you hit a paltry level 10, you gain the ability to switch to any of the games eight combat classes at just the switch of the weapon. The upside is that players don’t need to create alts to try out other roles. It’s also one of few cross-platform MMOs, in which PC and Playstation players share the same world. Nick gave the expansion 9/10 in his Heavensward review, and John recorded his adventures in a Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward diary.

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Neverwinter

Best MMORPG Neverwinter

Neverwinter is a surprise. It's thematically D&D, taking the places, classes, spells and abilities from the tabletop game, then cramming them inside an action-based MMO. It shouldn't work, but somehow it does. It helps that there's this earnest love for the source material, and each quest feels like someone you could imagine yourself embarking upon while stilling around a table. 

Lots of free expansions – which include new races and classes – have been introduced in the time since Neverwinter launched, taking players far from the safety of Neverwinter itself, to lands like Icewind Dale, where barbarians and unpleasant temperatures are the least of your worries. It's a mostly linear MMO, but if you start running low on new content, there's always the player-created stuff, and while it's often a bit terrible, there are some real gems hidden away. 

Word of warning, though: Unless you approach the game casually, you'll probably have to spend money. It's become increasingly difficult to play for free, though certainly not impossible. 

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Star Trek Online

Best space games Star Trek Online

Miss Star Trek on TV? Star Trek Online might just tide you over until it, hopefully, reappears on television screens. Each quest in this MMO is like an episode of the show, and each mission series is an arc, complete with the occasional filler episode. 

Take a trip to Risa, visit DS9, land on planets and practise your diplomacy or get in tense space battles with Cardassians, Romulans, Borg and whoever else is causing mischief. Space fights are a bit tactical, though in real-time, where positioning your ship to get the most out of your firing arcs is key. On away missions, those that devolve into combat, it’s a squad-based third-person shooter with ability cooldowns.

Despite a rocky start, STO has grown into a gargantuan, compelling MMO; it’s frequently expanded by massive updates that add whole new storylines and a while back it introduced the neutral Romulan faction with its unique missions and ships. Speaking of ships – that’s what really sets it apart from other MMOs. You’re not just outfitting and levelling up a hero, you’ve got a whole crew and a starship to manage and customise. 

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Guild Wars 2

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Where World of Warcraft is as traditional an MMO as they come, Guild Wars 2 is the weird, contrarian opposite. Its design can be seen as an attempt to fix and improve on every broken mechanic that online games persist in pursuing. 

It has few regular quests: instead players gang together to fight in rolling events – mini storylines that play out in stages depending on how gamers perform. These get players to work together organically, and also have an impact on the region they are in, like reducing the threat of roving bands of monsters, at least temporarily. 

It is heavily PvP focused: it's trying desperately to create an eSport with in-game tournaments and a spectator mode. And although it once had no raids, the Heart of Thorns expansion has brought this genre staple to the table. The expansion is also all you'll need to buy, as the core game is now entirely free.

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Lord of the Rings Online

Tolkein’s world of Middle-earth is a perfect setting for an MMO. It has great characters, a massive world to explore, and everyone is always fighting.

Humans, Elves, Dwarves and Hobbits – the good guys – make up the playable races of Lord of the Rings Online, and as hunters or burglars or one of the other classes, you'll got on your own adventure, half-following in the footsteps of the famous Fellowship. Meet Ents, get lost in Moria, take long rides through Rohan – there are quests, sure, but sometimes it's simply nice to be a Middle-earth tourist.

Expansions push the story forward, following the books, and with each major plot point comes new mechanics, like the addition of mounted combat. If you’ve ever dreamed of experiencing Tolkien’s world first hand, then this has you covered. Best of all, it’s free to play.

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Want more? Here's our Lord of the Rings Online review.

Rift

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Rift is more than the World of Warcraft clone it was originally pegged as. Spontaneous events, Rifts, see large groups of players band together to bring down increasingly different magical threats and gargantuan all-out invasions. Supplementing your usual quests and raids, these events make the world feel more deadly, more alive, and constantly under siege. 

Rift’s class system also deserves praise. The soul system lets players choose whether to specialise into one specific role or to branch out into multiple ones, creating a class that suits their playstyle or the needs of their chums. To help with this, you can save up to twenty soul configurations which can be switched on the fly. Rift relaunched in June 2013, adopting a free-to-play model.

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Want more? Here's our Rift review.

ArcheAge

Best MMORPG Archeage

ArcheAge has very traditional quests, factions and a completely forgettable story. Ignore all of that and head into the sea. It's gorgeous. You'll probably just want to sit on a boat, and just stare out at the ocean as you gently bob away. But it's more than just a great spot for a wet break.

It’s huge. To sail from east to west in the fastest ship in the game can take anywhere between 45 minutes and an hour depending on dangers like storms, whirlpools, sea creatures or pirates. There’s even a legendary Kraken that dwells in the northern ocean that takes an entire raid of 40+ players and ten galleon sized ships, cannons blazing, to even scratch it. Deep under the ocean you can find shipwrecks filled with delicious bounty; the hardest of which requires diving gear to reach. I’ve spent hours at a time with some friends on the ocean floor.

You can glide through the sky and build houses as well, but really, who cares when there are boats?

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Want more? Here's our ArcheAge review.

Skyforge

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Skyforge stands out thanks to the combination of its unique class system, excellent early game and beautiful world. Incentivising experimentation and personal exploration, being able to select between any class you’ve unlocked at any time lets you dramatically switch playstyle at a moment’s notice without having to go through another hundred hours of re-levelling. The Ascension Atlas operates like a Final Fantasy sphere grid, always giving you options as to both what your next choice will be and what your goal in ten hours time is.

The early game is varied and interesting, giving you lots of things to do, options as to how to do it and plenty of rewards that let you pick and choose how you want to play. It switches regularly between solo-instanced areas that tell a linear story, wide-open zones that encourage casual teaming up in a lived-in world and group content that’s more difficult but offers better loot. While it’s gated by your Prestige number, you’re unlikely to run out of things to do and have to go grind it out.

It’s set in one of the most fetching game worlds we’ve encountered, an elegant mix of high fantasy and ludicrous sci-fi. The world of Aelion has as many robotic monstrosities as it does magic rats and Gods flying around, and it’s a wonderful place to walk through, particularly on higher graphics settings. 

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Want more? Here's our Skyforge review.

EVE Online 

Eve Online

There’s a good chance that you’ve already heard about one of the many tales of dark bastardry that have spun out of Eve’s New Eden. It’s a game of cold-hearted betrayal, mining, economics, more betrayal, more mining and occasional thousand-person space-ship battles.

With CCP’s hands off approach, the universe of New Eden is one of the most player driven MMOs in existence. Wars that span weeks if not months across multiple systems. Years of plotting and sabotage to bring huge corporations down from the inside. Reports of huge losses in ships and cargo, some reaching the thousands of dollars in real world value.

Eve Online isn’t the easiest game in the world to learn, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. CCP’s tutorial does a good job of explaining the basics, but there comes a point where everything becomes trial and error. You even have helpful communities such as EVE University who strive to teach their members advanced skills.

Want more? Here's our Eve Online review.

The Secret World

Secret World Funcom

What if myths, legends and conspiracies weren’t works of fiction at all? The Secret World asks exactly that – it’s an action-MMO set in the modern world: except this modern world is filled with cults, zombies, ghosts, demons and eldritch nightmares.

The Secret World represents a path MMOs could have gone down, but sadly didn't, where quests were more than just sources of loot and experience, and attempted to tell compelling stories and force players to engage their brains. A quest in The Secret World is as likely to be a puzzle that makes you search through websites fake and real for the answers as it is to be one that just sends you off to behead a monster.

Levelling in The Secret World works a bit differently too. As you complete quests – which are repeatable – you can spend points to unlock thematically and weapon linked abilities on a multi-tiered circle. There are no limits. You can unlock them all, rewarding you with new costumes and the ability to craft any hero you can imagine, from a katana-wielding pyromaniac to a soldier who dabbles in blood magic.

Star Wars: The Old Republic

Best MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic

At launch, The Old Republic was a confused MMO, blazing a trail with tonnes of voice work and brilliant class quests, but absolutely run-the-mill everywhere else. It's dramatically improved with age, however; particularly if you're willing to pay a subscription.

The game comes with eight classes, split across the Empire and Republic. Each has a detailed, dramatic story, and they’re good. Surprisingly so. You can take on the role of an Imperial Agent, working for the good of the Empire by rooting out terrorists; a Jedi Knight sworn to hunt Sith and protect the galaxy; or even a slave-turned-Sith Inquisitor, playing a dangerous game of politics. You can play all of this for free, but as a subscriber, you can level faster and concentrate solely on the interesting class and planetary quests instead of the trite filler rubbish. 

Several expansions have kept it feeling reasonably fresh, but it's the excellent Knights of the Fallen Empire expansion that really deserves to be played. With its web of intrigue, relationships and a focus on player choice, it feels more like a proper Knights of the Old Republic sequel than anything that has come before it. 

World of Warcraft

World of Warcraft: Legion

Over a decade old and still the most popular MMO in the world – World of Warcraft is a bit special. During its long reign, WoW has changed a lot. New classes, races, a graphics overhaul, whole new continents... players can even travel back in time. It's huge, bewilderingly so, and you can speed through it so quickly now that it becomes easy to miss some of the surprisingly excellent story-laden quests that have sprouted up. 

At times it seems traditional, the MMO that defined the modern style of the genre, but it's not above mixing things up. Take Garrisons, for instance: your base of operations in Draenor, where you command your loyal forces of either the Horde or the Alliance. They’re teeming with stuff to do, click and loot, and even NPC followers who you can send off on their own adventures.

And here's everything we know about World of Warcraft: Legion, the next expansion, from the Broken Isles to the new Demon Hunter class.

Want more? Here's our World of Warcraft review.

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Dog Pants avatarStranger avatarCrimsoner avatarShriven avatarGrungebreath avatarThorgi avatar+27
Crimsoner Avatar
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2 Years ago

Seriously? You're doing Top 10 lists now? This is utter clickbait, and you know it. I mean, feel free to do a "Our favourite MMO" list, but "10 best mmo list" is real N4G clickbait.

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Nilbog Avatar
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2 Years ago

"This list [is] in no particular order".... that is why I numbered them..... when I could have just listed them.... yep.

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Nick Wilson Avatar
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2 Years ago

Hey there Crimsoner,

Thanks for your feedback. Just wanted to clarify that I mentioned in the intro that this list was in no particular order. It can be astounding how many people missed that part =D.

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magicus Avatar
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2 Years ago

Except that it's pretty obvious which is your favorite game, considering you have it bannered at the top of the article, give it a perfect review, and say you're installing the client again as you're writing! And by the way, I played Quake 3 for 10 years, no PvP in any MMO out there comes remotely close to that kind of competitive FPS gameplay.

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Stranger Avatar
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2 Years ago

The list is a little messed up.

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Shriven Avatar
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Malakie Avatar
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2 Years ago

Sorry but I think there is one other game that should have been included on the list above all else. It does not have the flashiest graphics, the coolest weapons nor the fastest pace but it IS the grand dad of them all and it IS still running and it is still fun to play... Ultima Online.

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panbient Avatar
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10 Months ago

This list just makes me miss City of Heroes so much more than I did 5 minutes ago.

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AnAuldWolf Avatar
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10 Months ago

I'm so fond of Elder Scrolls Online, personally.

Originally, I wasn't a fan. That was the fault of their advertising. They played it up as beefy people fighting giant beasties in bloody battles with raids and all that jazz. Great for people who want that, but I am not one of them. I prefer something with just a dash of the cerebral to it.

I gave it a go. Two of the factions turned out to be what I expected, but I was absolutely floored by the Aldmeri Dominion and their political squabbles. You see, I've mumbled a bit before about the presence of prejudice in video games and how it helps to create a toxic atmosphere.

Yes, racism in a fantasy setting absolutely should be dealt with! Why? There are people involved with lives which are ruined by it, with feelings, and it can be a great allegory of the suffering experienced by those in real life who've been put through the wringer of life thanks to discrimination.

I'm autistic, so this hit home with me and resonated strongly. The first story of the Aldmeri Dominion is an intelligent look at the extremes of prejudicial thinking and the evils it can bring with it. It looked at how it affects people in different ways, and put forward the notion that, yes, something should be done.

The Thalmor University place was really intense for me. It had me grinding my teeth and I was actively bothered by it on a rather deep, emotional level. It was something of a parody of the Judge Rotenberg Centre, and places like it. A dark place where people who were deemed to be 'different' were abused and conditioned so that they would be less different.

It was tactful, sensitive, and clever. These are not words I apply to MMOs. I don't usually think of MMOs in terms of story. Here, though? It had me on the edge of my seat, tackling real world problems through the lens of a fantasy world.

Most often, video games will pander to the masses and make even the most disgusting, nauseating individuals feel welcome. I remember how Ragnar did this with Dreamfall Chapters. My problem there wasn't that -- as Ragnar spun it -- there was discrimination et al. No, not at all. Rather that NO ONE stood up and said how horrible it was.

Video games can be used to educate people about why discrimination is horrible and how it can ruin lives. It needs to be revealed for the disease it is, and how for it can go to be toxic, even deadly, to society as a whole. In general, designers fall over backwards to include these toxic people, though, to get their money.

Not ESO. I don't know why, but there are intelligent writers working at ZeniMax Online Entertainment. And for the first time in an MMO since Uru: Ages Beyond Myst, I was on the very edge of my seat. I needed to know what would happen next.

It continued to excel. With each zone telling a completely encapsulated story, and never forcing me to grind so much that I would stop enjoying it. It's a perfect balance, and for the first time I felt I understood why anyone would play an MMO. Of course, the Aldmeri Dominion isn't very popular -- to the contrary, it's the red-headed stepchild of the factions -- so perhaps that's a misleading perception.

The truth might be more that ESO's Aldmeri Dominion isn't all that akin to an MMO at all.

I feel genuine rage at their marketing, though. I want to fight them. I want to drive away the demons of idiocy and replace them with entirely more competent people. My issue is is that I know there are people like me out there who'll take one look at the advertising and never experience the just bloody exemplary storytelling of the Aldmeri Dominion.

And that's a shame.

If all MMOs were so grind free and story heavy...

Well, I'd have a lot less time on my hands!!!

Sadly, the rest couldn't give a care about tactfully dealing with real world problems in a fantastic setting, and realising that you can do more with a force to fight than some dragon. The rest seem to settle for 'some dragon' though, and I'm just not into that. I like dragons! I don't want to be that beefy pea-brain with torso muscles that don't actually exist bursting into the lairs of innocent beasties and slaughtering them in the bloodiest ways for imagined crimes. That's just not me. And that wasn't ESO, either. Bless it.

Edit: I will add that it got extra bonus points by having werewolf mode's sounds essentially being someone saying 'rar rar rar' and then feeding the result through a filter. That just never got old. Yes, sometimes I can be easy to please via things so utterly ridiculous.

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2 Years ago

Glad to see Planetside 2 in here. As far as value for money goes, I tended to buy a wad of in-game cash when they had discounts on, then keep an eye on the daily sales for things I fancied. It can be a bit expensive otherwise, but it's worth spending a bit of cash on a few weapons if you get into it.

Regarding SWTOR, the story mode was good. Like an MMO Mass Effect. Even with multiple people the conversations flowed, with each player getting to choose a bit of the dialogue. The two-player dungeons were great from what I played. It's just a shame the rest of the game epitomised everything I hated about MMOs - specifically grinding through the game's fauna just to be able to get to the next interesting bit.

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kichwas Avatar
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2 Years ago

Interesting list. But I wonder, if WoW is still so great, why is the author only now reinstalling? Something made you leave, and is going back really going to a still great game, or just nostalgia?

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2 Years ago

the fact that everquest is not even mentioned once in your article tells me just about all I need to know.

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djedw12(1 hour played)
1 Year ago

Tera and Path of Exile are better than pretty much all these imo. I can't speak for The Secret World as it's the only one on the list I haven't played. I do enjoy Planetside 2 though, just enjoy melee and magic more than fps, but that's just me, if I was into fps Planetside 2 would be hands down my favorite game.

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Dizney Avatar
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1 Year ago

PoE is an amazing game, but sorry, Tera falls short most of these titles. Combat is great, endgame is decent and PvP gets intense, BAM battles are super fun, but the actual PvE and leveling is terrible. EVERYTHING is either kill x amount of guys and not enough dungeons in the leveling process. It's an unfortunate grind. After level 30 it's pretty much pounding sand.

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1 Year ago

Yeah, right?! Tera seriously has potential to be best MMO ever with how gorgeous it is and how the combat works but they ruined my WHOLE playstyle which is "fuck pvp and no life pve" lol I'm a grinder at heart but when your pve quests are ASS I feel totally alienated. I'm fine with boring gathering, thats normal and my mind just wanders during it but when 70% of the quests are nothing but boring enemies and gathering I want to rip my heart out. I'm one of those nolife to 99 runescape players but since you could make friends while doing boring things all the time, it was like a real world chat system while showing off sick stats! lol THAT was more interesting then Tera's pve. I was so dissapoint.

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El Burrito Avatar
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6 Months ago

The Secret World is pretty crap IMO. It has a cool setting and everything, but the gameplay is crap. Accursed Farms on YouTube did a good review of it.

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Shadowhelm Avatar
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1 Year ago

None of these MMOs can come close to ESO for me and I've played all of these. TOR's story is a bit better, but that's about all I can think of.

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6 Months ago

In terms of value for money, quality and community I would say WoW is the most reliable, even though I don't play it anymore, I find myself often lost in nostalgia. Just the overall bullshit that f2p and even b2p models blast you with, it's just less stressful.

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6 Months ago

No ESO? As little as game awards count to me. It wasn't awarded Best MMO of 2015 for nothing.

1st person just makes everything more immersive and combat awesome.

Stories and quests that put other Elder Scrolls games to shame.

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Antigollos Avatar
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6 Months ago

BLACK DESERT ONLINE!

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Antigollos Avatar
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3 Months ago

Non of them, except EVE ONLINE maybe....

In my opinion it's BLACK DESERT ONLINE

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2 Months ago

I keep ending up on these clickbait sites when I'm bored xD.., like waiting for a stream to load...

anyway @ Final Fantasy XIV.. it's not only for FF fans but for semi-hardcore and hardcore mmo fans.. (casuals can have their fun in FFXIV too, but its most rewarding for the more "serious" mmo players.)

If you liked WoW back then, then you should love FFXIV... just hold thru long enough (level 50+).. since some classes start off kind of simple-ish, ..before the end game its like one long, stretched but beautiful "tutorial" ...and the best raids are in the level 50(+) dungeons...

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2 Months ago

ESO is imo for casual Mmo players, ..if some FFXIV end game raids and rotations were too demanding for you and you play Mmo only a few times a week for some relaxing fun, then ESO is for you (even though FFXIV has its relaxing game play too, like crafting or mining/fishing...)

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OneExpert Avatar
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1 Month ago

You Forgot about Black Desert the next big thing

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Akeldama Avatar
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1 Month ago

I'm glad Black Desert Online didn't make the list, because they need to seriously fix their community of atrocious edgelord neckbeards before it gets any positive recognition.

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Sipi Avatar
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3 Weeks ago

BLACK DESERT ONLINE! die

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1 Week ago

Best MMO Ive played is Firefall. Until the9 came in and destroyed it with their stupid ideas.

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1 Week ago

I never played it myself but wasn't The Secret World a complete flop?

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2 Years ago

"Ever since I was tiny child, MMO’s have been been the backbone of my gaming habits."

What are you, 14?

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Thorgi Avatar
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2 Years ago

Not sure I'm following your logic.

Personally, my first MMO was Ultima Online at the age of 8 and Anarchy Online at the age of 12. I'm 24 now.

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kichwas Avatar
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2 Years ago

My first mmo was called LPMud in 1990. I got into the code and rewrote half of it, then we ran it for some 40-80 players. Text only but otherwise these games haven't changed much since...

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Nick Wilson Avatar
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2 Years ago

Ahhh, a true veteran of our time. I salute you =D.

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Nick Wilson Avatar
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2 Years ago

The first MMO I played was Runescape at the age of 9. Hope that clears things up for you.

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davidpop Avatar
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2 Years ago

WoW and most of the other games on that list are not mmos, they are nothing more than Xbox games.

All you do is stand around in a lobby waiting for a que to pop and then you are teleported to location.

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Jado Avatar
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2 Years ago

lol wtf, WoW and runescape ... you got to be joking, WoW died and ended when TBC ended. ronascape is like just retardedly crappy.

but what suprises me more is that Tabula Rasa and city of heroes and everquest 1 and 2 isn't amongst them ... wich clearly shows that this guy has hardly played any game in my opnion.

eve online, Rift, LoTRO, Star Wars the old republic and TSW well i agree on but the rest meh crap games.

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Thorgi Avatar
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2 Years ago

Reading comprehension, man. Top 10 MMOs on the market. On the market as in currently available and competing, which CoH and Tabula Rasa aren't.

The top 10 list was pretty much a popularity list. WoW is still the giant and Runescape is one of the few mmos actually getting bigger, which is impressive given its age.

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liviliam Avatar
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2 Years ago

Tabula Rasa, it was so good they shut down the servers?? WoW has more players than any of the other games on this list, so it stands to reason that it should be here. Just cause it doesn't agree to you, doesn't mean its wrong.

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weejohnathon Avatar
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2 Years ago

Had to leave a comment here about this. I won't speak for the other games as I don't know them enough except perhaps WoW but this part here for SW:TOR

Just be aware that the restrictions on what you can and can’t do with a free account are a little ludicrous: you’ll be prevented from owning a mount, have reduced bag space, even a reduced levelling speed unless you pony up.

This reads like no research was done at all apart from going on the home page.

1. You will be prevented from owning a mount - Not true, subscribers get access to a mount 5 levels before the f2p players. They get their mounts at the levels subs used to get them at launch. If anyone wants them earlier they can unlock it it legacy for credits or cartel coins if the have the legacy level.

2.Have reduced bag space - Again this is wrong, everyone no matter what level of access you have starts with the same ammount of inventory slots, additional ones can be purchased for credits the in game currency or cartel coins.

3. Reduced levelling speed - this part is correct but look at the subscriber benefits for both Rift and Tera they also give subs more XP its the same thing, if your gonna point it out on one do it on all please.

The only part you got right is ludicrous restrictions however you failed to mention any of them at all, some of which are need to purchase unlocks for Hide Head Slot to hide helm, Artifact Equipment Unlock to wear purple (epic) amour, credit caps, ability to send mail across chars. Please do more thorough research before falsely commenting on games as its bad jounralism and can impact that game if people rely on your site.

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Dizney Avatar
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1 Year ago

I know this is a year old, however, i'm just pointing this out purely for people wanting info.

Rift and Tera offer exp boosts to level FASTER.

SWTOR basically says in order to level at a NORMAL pace, you HAVE to sub. That's a BIG difference from Rift and Tera.

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ybnrmalatall Avatar
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1 Year ago

Nice tl;dr for the MMOnewbies. :)

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1 Year ago

Mainstream MMOs and mostly Western MMOs, damn barely any Korean MMOs and well all know Korea is the capital of MMO nowadays, crappy list.

Play more MMO before you start doing list brah.

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