MMORPG Addiction

Philippines
January 3, 2007 1:52pm CST
Okay, I'll admit it...I'm addicted, to an MMORPG called P-ROSE or Philippine Rush On Seven Episodes. This is a Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (thus, MMORPG ) that I started playing middle of 2005 and until now, I'm hooked. I also got my hubby into the game and as of today, we currently have between us, 6 characters ranging in levels from 60 to 176. Its not that different from your basic RPG where you level up, gather items, strengthen your character and all that. What makes it more appealing though,is the fact that you play the game alongside other gamers like yourself. :) Any of you out there share the same addiction? What is your fix ( your game)? Do you ever see yourself quitting anytime soon? I know I don't...and neither does my hubby. :)
3 responses
@shobejen (645)
• Philippines
3 Jan 07
i was addicted to Ragnarok Online before when i was in college... Ragnarok Online is still new back then, i remembered playing it for free then they introduced the Ragnarok Cards and i always buy the P350 unlimited for a month... I still use dial-up and they have unlimited promo during off-peak hours (12mn-7am)...
• Philippines
4 Jan 07
You should try P-Rose. A lot of old Ragna players have come to play this game and loved it. Try it out. :) Oh, and by the way, if you do, I'm on Sirius server. :)
@minnie_98214 (10574)
• United States
3 Jan 07
I was addicted to socom 2 i am no longer playing but not by choice i lost my high speed connection. But i know how you feel you make friends and before you know it your addicted.
• Philippines
3 Jan 07
Yes. It is the friendships you make that really get you hooked. It does get boring after a while if you play the game alone. That was one reason why I had my hubby try it out too, so we'd have one more thing to share and talk about. :)
@ugachaka (297)
• United States
11 Jan 07
I started out with Ultima Online, but it was Everquest that really got me hooked. In the 3 years that I played the game, I racked up close to 300 days actually logged onto the game. At one point, I stopped going to classes just to keep playing. Even after the game got stale and I had seen all there was to be seen, I'd just log on and sit there and keep checking to see what friends were online. I've played a few other MMORPGs since then, like DDO and WoW, but I'd like to think I have the addiction more in check now. I'm really excited about Vanguard: Saga Of Heroes, which is just about to be released by the makers of Everquest. I have a kid now and a lot more going on so I'm hoping this game doesn't start taking over my life, but I love some of the concepts they're introducing.