Mystery packages are always welcome and this morning we had a huuuuge box waiting for us at the reception. The sender, Frogster in Germany, gave us a hint what it could be and imagine our glee when we saw that our hopes got confirmed:
Poor King Varian-although one formidable king has also been beaten by the power of cold, hard cash. This is one of the biggest problems in the MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online) scene today. Games like World of Warcraft, Warhammer Online and Lord of the Rings Online are still trying to fight it, but most MMOs have come to accept that it is inevitable crime and will continue to be practiced regardless of legalities.
MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online) players are competitive by nature, be it PVP or PVE. There will always be an amount of pride rendered for how strong or able your character is. Epic Gear, Socket Gems, Cooler Mounts, Jet Packs, Everyone will do almost anything to acquire these things. There's nothing wrong with wanting to be strong really; however, it is also the same drive that makes people take the easy way out.
Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple co., has always had the knack for often releasing new products. His line of apple computers may be very artistically efficient and generally more convenient than computers of the PC variety, it does lack some serious support for people who enjoy playing games. In lieu of this, people tend to stray away from purchasing a MAC in order to have a machine that supports the MMOS and other games they want to be able to keep playing.
It is quite evident that MMOs have become a hit in today's gaming Meta. With millions of subscribers constantly leveling in more ways that one, there's no stopping these MMO maniacs from playing all their favorite games. Apparently, it is also this love of games that tends to trigger illegal acts of piracy. Not everyone can afford the subscription rates especially for famous pay to play games like World of Warcraft, Lord of the Rings online, and Warhammer online, which in result forces them to play the game for free onvarious private online servers.
PopTag! is a fun, casual game developed by Nexon. PopTag! is a free 2D fast action multiplayer arcade game where you you combat enemies and even other players using water balloons. PopTag! offers fast-paced game play in player-versus-player modes, or cooperative modes where you can band together to take on unique and deadly boss monsters and their minions. A "co-play" function is also available to users, allowing two players to play using a single keyboard. Today, I got the chance to speak to Jaeho Hwang about the current status and the future of PopTag!
After reading tons of reviews from the MMO list, I though it would be nice to sit down and have a break with our MMO lovelies. Do I really have to have a reason to post and discuss MMO babes? Here we have a set of feisty females ready to enhance your gaming zen. It would definitely suck if muscles were the only things that populated MMO games right? It's girly madness right here folks, although I'm afraid there's no Lara Croft here as we're tired of her overrated polygonal funbags. Join us as we unveil Onrpg's very own list of top MMO babes.
As I write this, it is the 28th February; it is also the day fans of Final Fantasy XI were given a reason to rejoice. No, the game hasn't gone Free 2 Play, sorry to instantly destroy one of your many dreams faithful reader, but it's better that I tell you this now rather than make you read through the whole article only to find the information I just told you in small font at the bottom of the page.
MMOs have been very successful in a limited number of genres, primarily fantasy and science-fiction. However there is one genre developers have completely failed to incorporate into an MMO. Try as they might there has been no successful release with an even relatively authentic experience.
Remember those days when you wanted to play Legend of Mana but just couldn't order the AI to perform the same way you do? It's pretty easy to press start with the second controller but quite hard to find a player to help you out. It's undeniable that MMO games have created quite an impact in our gaming meta. Having a persistent world where players can help each other without the discomforts of partying up with AI is definitely a lot better than waiting for a friend to pick up the other controller. When it comes to multiplayer options, MMOs are the sure winner. Despite the graphics and extensive gameplay of most single player games, it does get a bit lonely considering the fact that you're playing with a bunch of people that aren't real to begin with. Isn't that why they try to make really smart AIs? To mimic real people.
No, unfortunately we're not here to talk about the status ailment your paladin suffered from that encounter with the Dark Lord. Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games have gotten people hooked to the point where in the term addiction no longer suffices. This is an illness my friend, and a very severe one at that. There are a bunch of symptoms that takes place prior to each stage of the illness. For this theory we have acquired a test subject by the name of Andrew Hernandez.