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Every week, brings you a sometimes less than serious countdown related to the MMO genre.

Five Pointed Questions About TESO

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When the development of The Elder Scrolls Online was officially confirmed back in 2012, it was one of the most exciting MMORPG announcements ever. The enormous popularity of the single-player franchise on both PC and consoles meant it had a huge core target audience, and the world of Tamriel had a strong inter-faction conflict element that would transition easily. Unfortunately, it seems pretty safe to say that the game has fallen short of the potential it initially seemed to have. Posted Sep 15, 2015 by Richard Aihoshi

Five Things Update 2.0 and The Taken King Can Bring to Destiny

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There are two things that I really like about Destiny: its tried and true Bungie combat, and its phenomenal vistas. As I’ve written about in the past, I find the FPS gameplay in Destiny to be engaging enough, and I really enjoy the game’s visuals, but have been unimpressed by its overall approach to content and lack of streamlining. Posted Sep 14, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

The Five Most Interesting Stories from PAX Prime 2015

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Conventions are always a great time for developers to spill the beans about what’s next for their most anticipated titles, and PAX is a Prime venue (you’re welcome) for big announcements. Our staff was on the ground for all things related to MMOs and RPGs at PAX Prime 2015. Here are five of the most interesting stories from last week’s conference!Posted Sep 7, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

Five Pointed Questions About World of Warcraft

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It would be difficult if not impossible to build any kind of reasonable case that World of Warcraft isn't the most influential MMORPG ever. As it approaches it eleventh anniversary this November, it can lay claim to some truly enormous numbers. For example, in 2012, it reportedly surpassed $10 billion in total gross revenue. Last year, it reached 100 million accounts created.Posted Sep 1, 2015 by Richard Aihoshi

Five Reasons You Should Be Playing Marvel Heroes

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Hey folks! If you’ve been with us here at for a while, you’ll already know that we run this weekly feature called The List for everything related to MMOs and RPGs - because who doesn’t like itemizing things?! For the past while, David Jagneaux has been penning the column, and he’s done a spectacular job with it. Posted Aug 31, 2015 by Som Pourfarzaneh

5 of the Most Hilarious & Epic Moments from MMORPG History

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MMOs are the perfect playgrounds for chaos. Drop thousands of players into one seamless and dynamic world and you get nothing short of complete anarchy. You’d be hard-pressed to find a game that didn’t have its fair share of terrible people trolling others. With that being said though, a solid community in an MMO can be one of the most beautiful and cohesive things on the planet.Posted Aug 24, 2015 by David Jagneaux

The Five Most Significant Korean MMOs

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Here in North America, anyone who is even a semi-serious MMOG enthusiast is well aware that Korea is a major producer. We can all name a number of titles developed there, and probably at least a couple of leading publishers and/or developers. That said, it's pretty safe to assume that few of us are closely familiar with the industry there. So you might find that this list of the five releases I feel have had the greatest impact on the global landscape includes one or more you wouldn't expect. Posted Aug 18, 2015 by Richard Aihoshi

5 Things We Want from WoW’s Legion Expansion

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Warlords of Draenor has not been a successful expansion for World of Warcraft. It started out with a huge amount of hype and lots of potential, but all of that quickly faded once the honeymoon period wore off. After the fresh coat of paint on the surface rubbed away, players were left with repetitive garrison missions and a neverending grind. The story was interesting, but that only lasts for a short while.Posted Aug 10, 2015 by David Jagneaux

Five Pointed Questions On The Future Of The MMOG Genre

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Although the modern MMOG era is usually regarded as having begun less than two decades ago, the category has come a very long way in this time span. It has gone from a tiny, virtually unknown niche to a genre that counts millions of regular players and generates billions of dollars in revenue. There's also every reason to anticipate continuing growth. That said, the future isn't completely clear. What lies ahead will be determined by how various questions and issues are addressed. Posted Aug 4, 2015 by Richard Aihoshi

Top 5 Reasons You Should Not Play an MMO Right Now

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You probably read articles on our website because you like MMOs. As a matter of fact, I’d be willing to bet that you play them regularly. You might even have read something on this site today related to one of your favorite MMOs. I’m here to tell you that there are other things you could be doing with your spare time. As great as MMOs can be - and they can be really, really awesome - there are other things worth enjoying as well.Posted Aug 3, 2015 by David Jagneaux

The Top 5 Most Disappointing MMOs of 2015…So Far

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A couple weeks ago I wrote about some of the best MMOs we've had in 2015 so far. That list included stuff like new releases, games that saw big improvements, and some of the most promising ones to keep your eye on for the next half of 2015. This list, on the other hand, is going to focus on the exact opposite.Posted Jul 27, 2015 by David Jagneaux

Five Things That Shook the MMO World Before WoW

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It wasn't very long ago that the MMOG category was practically unknown. Indeed, with only a very small selection of titles running, none of which had the number of players we can often find these days on a single server, it was barely a category at all. So, for those of us who remember the original Neverwinter Nights, Air Warrior, The Realm Online et al, many pleasant surprises lay ahead. A lot of them took place between 1997 and 2004. Naturally some particularly stood out. Posted Jul 21, 2015 by Richard Aihoshi

The Top 7 Best MMOs of 2015…So Far

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I’m not going to lie to you: 2015 hasn’t exactly been full of big moments of big announcements. Maybe it’s because all of the best ideas are already taken, maybe it’s because everyone likes different things, or maybe it’s because developers and publishers are getting lazy, but there’s no denying the fact that the MMO genre has seen better years. From a lack of real excitement or hype around releases, to a lack of innovation, it’s not like it used to be.Posted Jul 13, 2015 by David Jagneaux

Power Rankings: MOBAs

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It all began with a mod. While some observers trace the history of the mobile online battle arena category back as far as the 1989 Sega console game Herzog Zwei, it's more common to cite Aeon of Strife. A fan-made StarCraft custom map released nine years later, it was four on four, but with a player squad vs. an AI one and without leveling up. It was also the inspiration for the 2003 Warcraft III mod, Defense of the Ancients, which featured two human teams and in-match hero advancement. Posted Jul 7, 2015 by Richard Aihoshi

5 Reasons Why We Still Love MMOs

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It’s easy to get carried away with cynicism. The MMO market is lacking in both quality and quantity for new releases, as well as overall diversity. We’ve reached a point where the games available cater to a wide range of different audiences and anything new is seen as little more than a hybrid of concepts or unappealing to the mass market. Innovation isn’t dead; it’s just harder to come by these days.Posted Jul 6, 2015 by David Jagneaux

5 MMOs That Would Be Perfect for Consoles

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Today’s MMO market isn’t what it used to be. A little less than a decade ago everyone was playing the same handful of games and there wasn’t much MMO-hopping going on. Free-to-play was all but nonexistent and unless you paid a subscription for a PC MMORPG, you weren’t playing much in the way of persistent online games. Nowadays, you can boot up an MMO on everything from your smartphone and PC to consoles and tablets. They’re everywhere.Posted Jun 29, 2015 by David Jagneaux

The 5 Best Games and Announcements from E3 2015

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E3 2015 was a historic event for the gaming industry. Whether you’re an old-school gamer that was dying to finally see Final Fantasy VII’s remake announced, one of the few people that held out hope The Last Guardian was still a thing, or just a fan of gaming looking forward to the biggest and best new games the industry has to offer, there was something for everyone. Hell, we even got the first ever PC Gaming Show this year! That has literally never happened.Posted Jun 22, 2015 by David Jagneaux

June MTD MMO Rumor Power Rankings

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Rumors don't come my way nearly as often as they did when I was a full-time editor, but even so, it's unusual for more than a few days to pass without seeing any. The period immediately before E3, which opens up today, has always occasioned an uptick in volume, so unsurprisingly, that has happened again this year.Posted Jun 16, 2015 by Richard Aihoshi

5 Reasons Why We Need a Fallout MMO

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I’m just as excited about Fallout 4 as the next guy, and think our very own Bill Murphy wrote a great list of things that would be awesome to see in the game, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t say I was hoping it’d be announced as an MMO. What if there were a Fallout MMO and what if the developers actually made it the kind of game it has the potential to become?Posted Jun 8, 2015 by David Jagneaux

Five Things We Want from Western Blade & Soul

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Whenever an MMO is localized to the West from a different country, there are a whole host of challenges involved. Not only does all of the dialogue have to be translated, but content has to be localized as well. Material may have to be changed or censored or updated for a new audience and payment models are almost never the same. Posted Jun 1, 2015 by David Jagneaux

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