If it's crap ... We'll tell you
OK, so I used to be a big World of Warcraft fan. I played a lot on retail a few years ago but I decided to not waste my money anymore during an economic crisis. But I still feel the need to play something online. And although I want to watch films, review some of them, watch some TV Series and play some single player games, I also want to play some online game. And if that online game can resemble WoW, that would be awesome.
So the idea of this topic is: Can you guys can recommend a free-to-play MMORPG that is a rightful substitute for World of Warcraft? Hell, throw in any MMO that you are playing at the moment. Share, maybe you will find out that you are playing an MMO that other spillios are also playing. I thank you all in advance.
I think its called Runes of Magic, that would be the next best world of warcraft clone.
there probably others. go to www.mmohut.com
Yes, I also have an account on that site. I know it's a decent WoW clone. I am looking for people who have actually played WoW clones to give me some feedback about them. Thanks for the tip anyway!
not free to play: but I finally starting playing my first MMO. SWTOR. BioWare just knows how to make a good Star Wars game.
free to play: I also downloaded DC Universe Online for my PS3, but got bored quickly.
I really want to play Star Wars: The Old Republic, especially since I saw the playthroughs from The Loading Bar. Unfortunately I heard the monthly fee was more expensive even than World of Warcraft.
The only MMO I still play from time to time is Ragnarok Online (Usually in low to midrate private servers), but it's far too oldschool for most.
Pick two. With very few excpetions, a "good free MMO" doesn't exist. Like 90% of them are all cash shop "Pay to Win" Korean WoW-Clone grindfests. This is coming from someone who used to play MMO's all the time. The genre is pretty stagnent right now.
Thanks a lot for the info man, and any more you can offer me would be great.
I have not played Star Trek Online, but my brother has. Watched him while playing a bit, he has a level 50 Federation Engineer and a level 50 "I don't know what" Klingon. Although from what I understood you can only be a Klingon if you have a level 50 Federation or something like that. And you start with a Klingon from level 20. Being a fan of the Star Trek lore, I really liked some of the quests you have, especially the player made ones. The "dungeons" seem interesting and so do the battlegrounds.
Guild wars 2 is out later this year I think.