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

The Top 5 Casual MMORPGs

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With so many options out there for an MMO to play, there is something for everybody. Whether you’re looking for an epic fantasy adventure, alternate history, sci-fi conquests, or maybe even a real-life simulator, you can surely find and MMO to satiate your unique hunger. Not everyone is a seasoned MMO veteran however. This is our list of the top 5 best casual MMOs on the market right now and each of these would be great choices for anyone looking for a more casual MMO gaming experience.Posted Jun 2, 2014 by David Jagneaux

5 Reasons You Should Play WildStar

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The most anticipated new MMORPG of 2014 is, without a doubt, Carbine Studios’ WildStar. The Elder Scrolls Online has had its time in the spotlight, bugs and all included, so now it’s time for that focus to shift to the new IP on the block. However, before the complete launch that will undoubtedly be full of server stability problems, balance issues, and complaints from the typical “I hate this game, yet I play it” players, let us bask in the glow of pre-launch hype just a bit longer. Posted May 26, 2014 by David Jagneaux

Ten Ways VR Could Make MMOs More Real

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At last week's Game Developers Conference, people were lined up to try Sony's new virtual reality tech and from all the hubbub, it appeared VR's become the new (old) brass ring in game development the way the Kinect and the PSMove were a few years ago. But how would throwing VR into the mix improve games beyond the possibility of making them more “real”? Posted Mar 30, 2014 by Neilie Johnson

5 Reasons You Should Play Warriors in MMOs

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Over the years players have had to make the important decision of which class to play the first time they boot up a new MMO. For some this decision requires weeks, or even months of research. Some just pick what's hot on the forums, and others have a harder time trying to name their characters. But let me tell you that you should just roll a Warrior. Always roll Warrior!Posted Feb 26, 2014 by David North

The Best & Worst Things About ESO

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If you've turned on a computer in the last week, you've probably heard the news: Zenimax is finally pulling back the veil on Elder Scrolls Online. Beginning with the lifting of the press NDA last week and now the total opening of the floodgates, MMORPG has been on the cutting edge every step of the way. I have remained silent, a member of the weekend betas and an occasional visitor to the 24/7 internal test, still bound to NDA. That time has come. Posted Feb 17, 2014 by Christopher Coke

The Most Wanted RPGs of 2014

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A couple of weeks ago, we took a look at six independently developed RPGs that are on the books for release in 2014. In today’s List, we take a look at ten promising single-player RPGs in development or already released by larger gaming studios. See if your favorite title made The List.Posted Feb 11, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Six Indie RPGs to Watch in 2014

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2014 has barely begun and it already looks like it will be a banner year for the single-player, or small group, role playing game. This level of RPG game development has been largely missing for the past decade but thanks in large part to crowd-sourced funding, both "big house" and independently developed RPGs are back in vogue. In The List today, we take a look at six independent RPGs that are set to debut this year. Posted Jan 27, 2014 by Suzie Ford

The Best Hybrid MMOs of 2013

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2013 was a great year for the hybrid MMO with some truly solid contenders coming forth to earn your playtime. With only a scant few MMORPGs releasing, more players than ever before branched out into MOBAs, Action-MMOs, and MMOFPSs. It was a year of experimentation and exploration, widening horizons, and seeing just what the free-to-play market has to offer. Join us as we recount the best hybrid MMOs available in 2013. Posted Jan 24, 2014 by Christopher Coke

The Worst MMOs of 2013

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Even in the best of years, we come across games that just aren’t very good. Whether it is the poor writing and forgettable story of Asura Force or the ultra-grindy repetitive questing of Ragnarok Online 2, some games just aren’t worth your time. There are games that should be good and aren’t which somehow makes them even worse. This year was light on releases but there was no shortage of bad games vying for your attention.Posted Jan 17, 2014 by Christopher Coke

Five Fiction IPs We Want to See As MMOs

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Sometimes I don’t know what is more fun. Speculating on upcoming games, brainstorming of what could make a great game, or actually playing new games. Speculating about upcoming games is always interesting. Unfortunately playing new games sometimes is anything but interesting… I’m looking at you Avatar Star, Daimonin, Crime Craft and others of your ilk. One recent discussion lead us to think about what current properties would make for interesting MMOs.Posted Jan 16, 2014 by Robert Lashley

10 Things I Miss From Older MMOs

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Back in 1999, Everquest helped launch the MMO genre. Nearly fifteen years and twenty expansions later, EQ is still chugging along. With the recent announcement of Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen led by Brad McQuaid, it’s easy to get nostalgic. In this List, Ryahl takes a Norrathian detour from Final Fantasy XIV. Join in and see ten surprising things he found in a return to Everquest! Posted Jan 14, 2014 by Ryahl Smith

The Best MMOs of 2013

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As we embark on an exciting new year of MMO releases, we reflect back on the year that was. Though 2013 was light on new MMOs, it was filled to the brim with games fighting for our attention. Patch after patch hit our newsreels. Games such as EVE Online and Lord of the Rings Online spun heads with their expansions. Two of the bigger new games, Final Fantasy XIV and Neverwinter, both impressed and addicted us. Today we reflect on the best. Join us as we countdown the top ten Best MMOs of 2013.Posted Jan 10, 2014 by Christopher Coke

Five Lessons MMOs Can Learn From DayZ

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For the past few months I have heard all the hype surrounding DayZ. I have watched RipperX go on and on about how great it is. I saw the demos, watched a few videos, but still did not fully get the idea. Flashback a few weeks when the standalone became available on Steam and I decided to spend the money on the game to see what all of this talk was about.Posted Jan 7, 2014 by Garrett Fuller

The Most Wanted Indie MMOs of 2014

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We already covered our all-around most wanted MMOs of 2014 last week, but did you know there were a boatload of Indie MMOs also releasing this year? We’d be remiss if we didn’t give the guys with the littler budgets and possibly bigger dreams their own spotlight, so we’re back this week with the Most Wanted Indie MMOs of 2014. Read on for our list, and be sure to comment and let us know if you agree or have something we missed to boot. Posted Jan 7, 2014 by William Murphy

The Most Wanted MMOs of 2014

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In this week’s List, we’re doing the obvious… ranking our staff’s top ten Most Wanted MMOs of 2014. The new year is just a day away, so it’s time we took stock of the ten games, expansions, and so forth we’re most looking forward to in the next twelve months. So tarry no more, read on, and dig our list of the Most Wanted MMOs for 2014. Posted Dec 31, 2013 by William Murphy

The 2013 Holiday Gift Guide

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Need a last minute gift for the gamer in your life? Needing something to splurge on thanks to Grandma's check? Look no further than The List and our staff holiday gift guide. Leave a few of your suggestions in the comments as well.Posted Dec 18, 2013 by William Murphy

The Best Laptop MMOs

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As the world grows increasingly small and we travel more, we take along our more portable machines. In The List today, we take a look at five great MMOs perfect to play on any laptop. Read on before leaving your choices in the comments.Posted Nov 23, 2013 by William Murphy

Five of the Best MMOs for Soloers

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MMORPGs, just by virtue of the name, seem to require other players to enjoy the game. Yet that's not always the case. In The List today, we take a look at five MMOs that are eminently solo-able. See what you think before heading to the comments to include your favorite game.Posted Nov 1, 2013 by Suzie Ford

The Top Five MMOs for Mac Gamers

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There's no question that Mac users get the short end of the stick when it comes to MMOs. In The List today, we take a look at five terrific MMOs that Mac players can shine in. Read more before leaving your thoughts in the comments.Posted Oct 25, 2013 by Pete Schwab

Five of the Most Unappreciated MMOs

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The MMO-space is an ever more crowded space as more and more games are released. Sometimes, that leads to great games being overlooked. In The List today, we take a look at five games that deserve more attention than they get. Check it out and then add your favorites to the comments.Posted Oct 11, 2013 by William Murphy