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The Trouble with MMORPGs 403

jasoncart writes "The trouble with MMORPGs is a humorous account of one gamer's struggle to find and assume his place in the rapidly evolving societies which form a part of the online RPG explosion. Ultimately, it is also a lament for the loss of direction that is the scourge of the genre."
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The Trouble with MMORPGs

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  • by GoofyBoy ( 44399 ) on Friday October 24, 2003 @12:37PM (#7301464) Journal
    .. the real-life webserver PK'er.
  • by Anonymous Coward on Friday October 24, 2003 @12:41PM (#7301516)
    If this genre doesn't die soon you can get ready for GENERATION LARD - kids who will spend 18 hours a day having sex chat under the auspices of slaying dragons. While they will quickly get over the psychological issues of male/male sex chat posing as teenage lesbian sex chat, it will be hard for them to physically cope with excessive masturbation being their only form of exercise.
  • by ShivanDragon ( 709754 ) on Friday October 24, 2003 @02:02PM (#7302383)
    www.nethack.org I've discovered this game like 8 years ago and I still enjoy playing this game from time to time... So much to explore, so much diversity! Nethack is one of my all-time favorite games, one I've been playing since 1200 baud was smokin' fast. -- Actor Wil Wheaton, http://www.wilwheaton.net In short, NetHack 3.1.3 is the most elaborate role-playing environment you are ever likely to explore. This is a place to return again and again, each time for a different experience. You're really going to have to play it for a year or two and see for yourself. -- "Fatal Distractions" by David Gerrold Thank you for the latest release of gradewrecker. My GPA just went in the corner and shot itself. -- USENET posting, author unknown oh, don't read any spoilers...

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