MMORPG, Are you aware what it stands for?
• Murfreesboro, Tennessee
11 May 08
MMORPG games I've tried: World of Warcraft, Guild Wars, City of Heroes, Ragnarok... and any number of random free ones that I've come across over the years. I really liked Ragnarok when I was playing in the beta for free, but when it was released, I didn't care enough to pay for it. It was cute, but not detailed or complex enough at the time to be worth the money, in my mind. WoW I still play, because it's such a detailed world and there are so many different things you can do with it. I don't play quite as often these days as I did when I first started playing it, because of mylot partially, but also because of writing and other interests. But I still enjoy playing when I do play.
11 May 08
I am not a big gamer, so teill now i havenot played a game like this. Actually i dont like playing games and waste time, (thing is i tried to play but i am not able to handle the control efficiently). But now i am learning so i hope when i will be better in playing i will start playing online games.
11 May 08
So thats what its all about, I though it was the animated graphic effect for a smooth transformation of one image to another...he he just kidding. I'm not a gamer but if I would I'll choose the RPG games. I was hook up one time with Diablo a long time ago. I wouldn't let any thing interfere with it, day and night until I finish the game. Wow, massive multiplayer, how may are you talking about here? Is the graphics still ok for so many online users? What is the minimum system requirement of PC for this king of game? Hope you dont mind bellaofchaos.
• United States
12 May 08
on a good day at LEAST 3000 people on at a time per server lol least with wow or eq anyways. i run with a little more than a gig of ram to prevent much lag.. but it can still get laggy from time to time if yer in an area with a few hundred people all crammed together. the graphics in wow.. some of em, dont even look computer animated. the scenery is amazing