Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPG)

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Here is a collection of articles with information on Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPG). You can find some more guides and tutorials in the Computer Games and Personal Computers categories.

Computer Games The World Within (Online Multiplayer Games in Depth)

For most of the 20th century, life used to be rather simple for most people. There was school, college, work, retirement. Along with that you had hobbies like cars, bowling, or gardening. This was basically the same as a thousand years ago. Now, in the last 10 years of the 20th century, as well as in the first few years of the 21st, this has been changing rather dramatically. The reason is the rapid technical progress, both in the wide area network and computing power areas. This has led to an explosion in the availability and quality of online games, with the newest generation like Counter-Strike and World of Warcraft becoming a phenomenon no longer limited to any particular social class...

Ten Signs Of MMORPG Addiction

With the advent of Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPG), a lot of people have suffered from MMORPG over-addiction, so much so that some of them have slowly confused the real world with the fantasy environment of the games they're playing. I kid you not! This seeming merger of truth and fiction is not restricted to costume plays (or cosplays), sci-fi conventions or game launches. It has extended to everyday life. And if you have been playing a particular MMORPG for hours upon hours, each and every day, you might be suffering from MMORPG over-addiction yourself! How would you know? Here are 10 signs that can be observed if ever you have too much MMORPG adrenaline in your system. 1...

Virtual Economy in MMORPGs

In the world of Azeroth, life can be cheap but saving up for that much desired epic mount can take months of labour. Welcome to the World of Warcraft, currently the world's largest MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game). In the World of Warcraft, the auction house presents the avid window shopper with a cornucopia of wonders, from fabulous swords to armour guaranteed to make you the hardest elf in your neck of the woods. To purchase such wonders, the player needs gold, something that requires quite literally hours, days or weeks of in-game labour. However visit Ebay or Eye on MOGs, a price comparison engine for virtual commodities, and you have the opportunity to convert real life earnings into virtual gold, platinum...

World of Warcraft - How To Get The Maximum Gold?

World of Warcraft is one game that can be worked around if one has a lot of Gold. Gold possession is the most important aspect of playing. Gold is the basic foundation of your existence in the game. To buy items form other players and vendors, you need gold. To get training and acquire new skills from the trainer, you need gold. Gold enhances your character in World of Warcraft as in any other MMORPG game. The most important factor that contributes to building your character in World of Warcraft is to become a professional early i.e. to take up or grab a profession like skinning or mining. Killing animals and selling their skin to others is a profitable profession that rakes in gold as well as moulds your character by leveling out...

World Of Warcraft - Where The Challenges Keep Coming

World of WarCraft (WoW) is an MMORPG -- a massively multiplayer online role-playing game. It was developed by Blizzard Entertainment and is the 4th game in the Warcraft series, not including expansion packs and "Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans" which was cancelled. The Warcraft series of games are set in the Warcraft Universe. This universe is a fantasy setting that was first introduced in "Warcraft: Orcs & Humans" back in 1994. The previous release was "Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne." World of Warcraft takes place four years after the final events in Warcraft III...

World Of Warcraft: Boosting The Game Industry

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment wanted to make a big splash in the video game world back in March when it introduced "Matrix Online," a massively multiplayer online game based on the once-hot film franchise. The game made a big splash all right, like a belly flop. Over its first three months the game signed up fewer than 50,000 subscribers, a pittance, so in June, Warner cut bait and agreed to sell the game to Sony. Last month "Matrix Online" was downsized from nine virtual "realms" to three, because users were having a hard time finding one another in the game's vast digital ghost town...

Eve Online: An Interstellar MMORPG Tour De Force

Sword and sorcery, magic and mayhem... these are the common faces of Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPG). They're usually set in some high fantasy world which can only be described as Tolkienesque... with knights and mages and kings and queens and elves and dwarves and a gamut of other races. But sometimes, an MMORPG arrives at the scene offering something new, something excitingly different. Enter EVE Online, an MMORPG set in the deep recesses of space, inviting you for an adventure that would literally span the stars, in the game world at least. The background story is very enticing. It tells of a future Earth where the citizens had to explore space because the planet was slowly deteriorating...


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