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What MMORPG games would you recommend?

  1. buckey777 profile image71
    buckey777posted 6 years ago

    What MMORPG games would you recommend?

    Preferably looking for non play to win types. Meaning that you don't pay real money to get items that affect actual gameplay. Pay to play games are fine such as WOW that have a monthly subscription.

  2. RiftSupremacy profile image58
    RiftSupremacyposted 6 years ago

    World of Warcraft is good if you want to go more the most "polished" experience as you will not get any bugs (or not many) because the game has been about for ages.

    Although the problem is that it can be a little bit harder to get into because of the time it has been going.

    If you want to start a good MMORG that is really taking off I would look into Rift!

    You can also check out my hubs for the best builds and leveling tips.

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    AdrianCKposted 6 years ago

    WOW is actually really good with getting you into the action fast. You can start PVPing and doing dungeons from only lvl 10 ( which only takes a few hours to reach)

    Plus, its allot easier and faster to level compared to other mmos.

    EVE is interesting if you want something futuristic, although I kinda had a tough time to get into it (its not very user friendly)

    I also heard the lotr mmorpg could be interesting.

  4. Krysanthe profile image94
    Krysantheposted 6 years ago

    I'm actually a huge fan of Wizard101 and have been playing for a couple of years.   Its simple enough for kids to play, but it also has enough challenge to it to engage adults. 

    Our whole family plays which is another thing I really like about it.  Its something we can all do together.  I feel safe letting them play on their own too because KingsIsle has made it a safe place for kids to play.

  5. KParsons305 profile image61
    KParsons305posted 6 years ago

    Hey buckey,

    I would recommend World of Warcraft and Runescape. I'm sure you have heard of both and these two games is what usually play, especially Runescape. With so many things to do on Runescape, you will never get bored and they brought the wilderness (PVP area) and they are constantly adding new quests, armor, skills, etc. The main difference between the two is the price. I pay 20 bucks every other month for WoW but I pay 7 for Runescape. Hope this helps.

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    slobertsposted 6 years ago

    If you are looking for a great experience with a free 10 day trial to boot, you have to go with World of Warcraft.  I have been playing for almost 4 years, and the content is groundbreaking, and the social aspect is great.  Yu can also go solo, player vs. player (for live challenges) raiding, work the in game economy.  Give this a go.

  7. kd4rvb profile image59
    kd4rvbposted 6 years ago

    Personally I am partial to Lord of the Rings Online. It has superior graphics, is very entertaining, huge in scope and best of all it is free. It does have an item mall but is not required to advance through the game. Some areas have to be purchased using Turbine Points but those are easily earned if your willing to grow a few characters. It will take a great deal of time for a casual player to have any issue with having to buy anything.

  8. The Taco Tagger profile image61
    The Taco Taggerposted 6 years ago

    You can try Allods online. It's free to play and I'm not certain on this but I don't think it has pay items that break the game. Plus.. it's free and has a cool visual style.

 
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