Does anyone know of any good MMOs? Because I was looking at a bright, colourful and yet beautiful MMO called WildStar. At first, it looked pretty....WoW-like almost. Later on, I had no idea there was a subscription but the game looked amazing! It is art, plus I thought the storyline was good. Two factions; The Dominion and The Exiles. The Dominion are an empire that all have the goal of controlling the galaxy. Whereas, The Exiles are outlaws, rebels and runaways (refugees) and they all joined together to take down the Dominion because they destroyed/took away their home. So, the two factions are fighting over a planet...listen, just look it up. It's really good. It has everything(mostly) I like:
- Science fiction but with added fantasy into it such as the neko-like race (?) and well, dragons.
- They have races, something that most games don't have. MMO or not. Plus you can customize them!
- Colourful, bright and beautiful. I'll play a game that I think looks like art. Games are art. 'Nuff said.
Although the things I didn't like was the subscription thing. It instantly turned into WoW for me. Beautiful and bright but here! Subscription! Come on... I understand that they need the money to fix errors, make the game better and the servers... But look! Look at games like Minecraft, Terraria and Starbound. They might not be MMOs but they succeeded, without the subscriptions! Yes, you still have to buy the game. I followed, watched and waited for Starbound to come out about...almost a year ago. The game instantly got my attention. There was a single player and multiplayer, with no subscriptions or anything. And you didn't need real money to buy any weapons or races or anything. They all became hits plus, they're not like Halo, COD or any BIG BIG games. Minecraft, Terraria and Starbound are all indie games. Which makes them even better.
But anyway, does anyone know any MMOs I could look at? That are FREE FREE FREE!? No subscriptions. At all. Please, don't suggest DOTA or LoL either. They're not really...my kind of thing.
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