Starting from like, Everquest and Ultima Online. The list is seriously a lot. Everquest 1 and 2, WoW, City of Heroes, City of Villains, Champions Online, Asheron's Call 1 and 2, Dark Age of Camelot, Planetside 1 and 2, EVE, Star Wars Galaxies and The Old Republic (Considering rejoining actually thanks to Star Wars Hype being real), Silkroad Online, LOTR Online, World of Tanks and Warships, War Thunder, Armored Warfare...Wildstar for a short spell and the super disappointing Everquest Landmark which I found beyond lame. Oh and Archeage, but thanks to never being able to snag any of my own real land I just gave up before I became the feared pirate hunter I wanted to be.
And those were just off the top of my head. There is a lot more I'm sure.
CURRENTLY, I'm on and off in Armored Warfare and considering The Old Republic again. I'm HEAVILY interested in Black Desert but I'm not sure if I need a PC upgrade for it, and if I do I'm not throwing money at it until I know for sure. But it looks awesome.
Wow XD thats a lot , i played some of the ones in ur list, i"m currently on ff xiv , u can have a land there too build a house for you or ur guild,^^ its a cool idea , i remember when i played rafnarok back in the days and we wanted a castle for our guild ,but, to have one u had to win the pvp event war of emperium. And well we did it but just once XD black desert looks awesome indeed i would be like hours in char creations just like i did on blade and soul lol
That's totally what happened!! XD I usually played on summer vacations but when I came back, it was closed... I don't know any good french mmo... They're all about being the most powerful of all players and I just like to play peacefully on my own...
that's it! same here i like to enjoy the game ^^ alone or with friends but i'm also not the one that create the MOST powerfull char ever lol i just like to play to have some fun and create chars *--* hahah i spend hours on char creations btw XD
Mabinogi, Fly For Fun(very fun!), Rappelz, Phantasy Star Online (if that counts), Perfect World International (I was in the beta), World of Warcraft, TERA, Runescape, Everquest, MapleStory, Final Fantasy XI, Dungeons and Dragons Online, DC Universe Online, Ragnarok Online (one of my faves)...
...those are all I can name off the top of my head. I know there's many... many more, but I forget the names. I do remember one where it was like 2.5D and you could "recruit" enemies to be your partners/pets, but I forget the name! I started creating my own RPGs with my Skylanders, Disney Infinity, and Amiibo, but I ended up selling all my Amiibo when they were too hard to get. Disney Infinity was very boring, so I gave those away. I still have my Skylanders, about 300 give or take, but I'm not finished collecting those older ones or even the newer Superchargers (wave 3+). I usually create my own tabletop nowadays, if I play any games at all it'll mostly be on my 3DS or my PSVita.
I have three younger brothers (the oldest is 7 years younger), so as the older one it was usually my job to keep them busy, lol. It helps when I was the most creative of the bunch too, no offense to them,
Iruna and Toram Online. Both by Asobimo and f2p on mobile devices. Iruna has a LOT of explorable maps and storyline, but Toram is still pretty low in those regards, mostly because it's newer and has more complicated (and better) graphics. The main thing about both is that monsters have a tendency to outlevel you faster than youcan gain levels, and their strength curve also likes to outpace their EXP worth in Iruna Online q: But that's just my personal opinion on he matter.
lol, the average mod gives you about .1% to .5% of the exp you need to the next level after about level 30. I'd personally rather have to just party up for boss battles since that just makes more sense. Though, of the two, Toram is much easier to level grind in. It also has a much more interesting class system.
Back in the day my brothers an I played MERP and Palladium mostly and tried out a few others. Didn't play much D&D - a little of the Basic rules. Lately I'm running some AD&D (1st and 2nd edition) on an online tabletop site.
It can still be a problem getting everyone logged on at the same time - especially when dealing with people in different time zones. And keeping the players attention can be difficult sometime. But it is a useful tool for those of us who live out in the country where we'd have to drive more than an hour to get to the nearest face-to-face game.