Its true many MMORPGs don't make the cut, and won't ever live up to the expectations the developers have for them. The real question is, can an MMORPG ever really recover from the brink of failure?
Should developers stop thinking about trying to reinvent the wheel, and instead just update the games that players have loved for years? Should MMORPGs always blaze new trails? You decide in this week's OGR.
In 2023, however, there is nothing but a proverbial open road of new adventures to be had. I've decided to branch out and try some new MMORPGs in 2023. Will you join in on a new adventure next year?
Do MMORPG's need mini games? Which activities have actually enriched your time in game? Steven looks back at some of his favorite games and wonders what they would be like without their mini games.
Every year, well known host Geoff Keighley spins himself into a tizzy as the awards are handed out, and the world waits for the next top secret game announcement to reveal itself on screen. Here's three games to get hyped for!
In this week's One Good Roll, Steven muses about how the gear grind has been a rather consistent pillar of endgame as far back as MMORPGs have been around, but he wonders, is this really the best end game MMORPG's can offer?
Is there any weight to the opinion that the free to play model will inevitably collapse, and be replaced by something else? Or will free to play be here to stay?
It's no secret that sex sells, and in the peculiar, over sensationalized depths of game development, where jiggle physics and unrealistic bodies are king, MMORPG's teeter into a realm unlike more explicit games like Grand Theft Auto and Cyberpunk 2077. As online games attempt to focus on novel experiences, what role, if any should sex have in MMORPGs?
If you had to make some changes to MMORPGs of today, what features would you add to create a game where players would want to build lasting relationships with each other?
Character creation in MMORPG's can be a big deal to some people. In this week's One Good Roll, we take a look at some character creation strategies. Which one are you?
Grats! You leveled up! Do you remember when you would log into the game and grind out that level, and as soon as your XP bar would *ding* you would get a wave of support from the community of fellow gamers around you? What happened to celebrating your achievements and the achievements of others?
It's finally happened. You've crashed landed on a desert island with your trusty laptop and a stable satellite internet connection. Choose the three MMORPGs you brought with you while stranded.
This week's One Good Roll was inspired by a now deleted post Steven happened upon on the MMORPG Reddit over the past week. He poses the question, If someone were to ask you to weigh your experiences with MMORPG's, how would you perceive gaming has impacted your life?
Steven has recently been inspired by an MMO to step away from his computer for a fresh new experience in real life. Read about his experience and then hop into the comments and tell us about how games have inspired you!
Recently, Steven spent some time within the virtual world of Zenith: The Last City, and had an overwhelmingly positive experience that gave him hope for what the future of MMORPGs could look like.