MMOs, we study them, we grade them, and then either move on or continue to explore what the game has to offer. Countless MMOs are released each year, honestly too many for someone to be able to be possibly claim they've played them all. And even if they could, what's the point?
I've played quite a few MMOs, personally. I'm not proud that I've not been able to find an MMO to keep me enticed for too long. Other than World of Warcraft, I haven't experienced too many enthralling worlds. But I can safely say that I've possibly fallen in love with one game in particular, which isn't even out yet in the American/Europe market: Aion. If the name doesn't ring a bell, don't be dismayed. But I do encourage exploring what the game is.
Recently, as far as gaming goes, I've been digging through Free MMOs. Terrible, I know. But I've honestly been bored enough. I've gone from Dragonica's Closed Beta (which is over now, and was surprisingly quite fun, although shallow to say the least), to Ether Saga Online (fun, but cash shop heavy), to Luna (honestly played only a few minutes of this it was that bad). There was one that I was downloading however, called Runes of Magic. I started to download it, but after playing the mini-games it's downloader had available I became increasingly bored of watching the download move at a crawling pace, lost interest in the game entirely, and then ceased downloading it all-together.
Now I realize the question might arise, "why should we care?" Well, that's subjective. But it's personal opinions of games players out there might be looking into. I've been watching this Atlantica Online ad on here while making this blog, and must ask, "has anyone played this?" It looks interesting, perhaps I'll give it a whirl.
Feed me your thoughts, both on Free MMOs, and what you're playing. I want to know.