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Next Generation of Online Gaming

I just can't stop playing online games. I'm not addicted. I don't even play 5 hours daily. It's just that my work isn't going so good that I don't have free time. Give me millions of dollars and I quit playing. Till then I will try to have fun in MMOs

Author: BrianMMO

Keep on playing, the MMO playing experience part 2

Posted by BrianMMO Tuesday January 6 2009 at 7:33PM
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Haha! Did you really think my blog is over? I hope not. ;)

I played/tried LOTRO. That was my 3rd try. Man, this game is so instanced and restricted. LOTRO feels pretty much linear. Why is everyone complaining about AoC’s “hidden walls” but LOTRO is the MMO prince? I don’t see a real difference. Why are there so few quests in that game? I expect more from LOTRO since it is called a Role-Playing game. The controlling is average, but the music is disappointing. Seriously, this is “lord of the rings”! I may expect more from a game which is based on an epic franchise. Sound is lousy, too. Only the graphics are satisfying. The community is as ****** as usual there. Even WoW, people are nicer.
Is LOTRO a bad MMO? For WoWers who love the Lord of the rings franchise, it might a good one. For the rest, it is a definite NO.

I tried StarWars: Galaxies. The space part is great. But as soon as you are on a planet, it bgins to feel like a cheap f2p, not only visually. How could this game anyone before “jump to lightspeed”? It is the best part of SWG.

But most of the time, I am playing offline games. I’m looking forward to read the review about Darkfall Online. Additionally, I might buy a MMO which I should have bought instead of having listened to others. More about in 2 or 3 weeks. I have a real life ( I think) waiting for me.

bonds0097 writes:

Please stop wasting valuable bandwidth and interwebs storage space with your pitiful excuse for a blog. Thank you.

Wed Jan 07 2009 2:16AM Report
feena750 writes:

WOAH there.  There are very few instances except for buildings which is what I assume you are taking about.  I love LOTRO because of the huge open world that gives me a true world feeling.  Also too few quests?  I was complaining because there were too many quests.  I have trouble keeping up with all the quests and  finally had to drop some even though I like completing all the quests.

Wed Jan 07 2009 7:56AM Report
Fr0z1nDuDe writes:

 @wow haters...


now you all know how wow players feel... all these morons making retarded worthless excuses about a great game... sad... soo soooo sad...

Wed Jan 07 2009 11:45AM Report
JonMichael writes:

The amount of misinformation in your blogs amazes me.  Did you even play LoTRo?  The only instancing is entering and exiting buildings.  You can run/walk/horse it everywhere on the map from end to end with absolutely no instancing or zoning.  Also, there are so many quests in that game, you usually outlevel the zone without finishing them all.

Spare us the read next time, please!

Wed Jan 07 2009 2:26PM Report
zelldevil writes:


You can't say that everyone that doesnt like wow is a retard.  That is just ignorant.  I played Wow for 2 months, after i hit 70 i loved the pvp.  Though after 2 weeks pvp always seemed the same.  It just got boring.  So in the end i don't really care for Wow.  It isnt that dynamic of a game, unless you count the brokeness of it after each expansion and then blizzard trying to fix it but nerfing the wrong classes.

Wed Jan 07 2009 2:53PM Report
BrianMMO writes:

Thanks for loving me ^^

Wed Jan 07 2009 3:59PM Report writes:
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