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The MMO Dance

The MMO Dance sings to a different tune, writer Erik, promises that this is not just going to be only mmos, but games in general with a focus on industry, the games, and the gamers.

Author: kyte317

Mmos outside of the computer.

Posted by kyte317 Thursday June 25 2009 at 12:20PM
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Today is June 25, 2009. My brothers birthday is on June 26th 2009. He's a pretty hard kid to shop for, considering that all he does is play WoW all day, and night. It does bring back some nistalga. I didn't want to get him an Xbox360 game seeing as he doesn't play any other game than World of Warcraft. So I decided to go shopping at barnes and noble. The 3rd hardcover of Marvel Zombies had been released and I had thought it might make an excellent gift since I have the first two and he liked them.

I walk into the store and I see an orc, and a night elf, card board standees. They are both sporting the mountain dew horde vs alliance soda flavors. Inbetween them is a bookshelf dedicated to the warcraft franchise, the manga, the novels everything. Slightly taken back I buy a novel and two montain dews, get them gift wrapped and on my way out the door I come across a book shelf that had its own bunch of books on it. All gaming addictions, some books by the infamous Jack Thompson, others about South Korea.

The last time an mmo got this much publicity was whenever a News Station ran a Fair and Balanced story on the effects of playing one. It may not surprise me at all that in 30-40* years America may become the newest South Korea**.


*Save for 2012/Rapture/Antichrist/Anything anyone else want to add?

**Please I need a better video game channel than G4***

***I'll be willing to deal with the events of the apocolypse so long as G4 gets removed
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