Forum Settings
       
This Forum is Read Only

FFXIV is the most anticipated game of 2010!Follow

#1 Jan 08 2010 at 11:01 PM Rating: Decent
Scholar
***
1,842 posts
Accord to MMORPG.com anyway
http://www.mmorpg.com/gamelist.cfm/game/446/feature/3904/Final-Fantasy-XIV-Most-Anticipated-Game-of-2010.html
____________________________
FFXIV Dyvid (Awaiting 2.0)
FFXI Dyvid ~ Pandemonium (Retired)
SWTOR Dy'vid Legacy - Canderous Ordo
#2 Jan 08 2010 at 11:28 PM Rating: Default
Scholar
**
349 posts
My god. I can't believe What I've seen. 7 pages of mostly positive comments at MMORPG.COM that's just paranormal.
____________________________
That was no hemroid doctor. That was an alien hoobajoob
#3 Jan 09 2010 at 12:43 AM Rating: Default
*
181 posts
Yeah, there's no competition for ffxiv.

Edited, Jan 9th 2010 1:51am by KeeperOfTheStaff
#4 Jan 09 2010 at 1:07 AM Rating: Decent
Scholar
*
164 posts
Yeah I've been anticipating this since Rapture. Was always hoping for some tidbit of info since the tech demo. Good news.
____________________________
Serge Luminaire of Mysidia
Member of Blades of Valor
~ A FFXI/FFXIV Linkshell Community
_________________________________________
Retired from FFXI - EliteSerge of Valefor
Mains: 75 WHM, 75 PLD, 72 NIN, 72 THF
#5 Jan 09 2010 at 6:25 AM Rating: Decent
*
102 posts
To be fair, I can't think of any big name titles coming out in 2010 besides Final Fantasy.
#6 Jan 09 2010 at 6:30 AM Rating: Default
Scholar
**
349 posts
STO, SW:TOR, DCUO

Edited, Jan 9th 2010 7:38am by mezlabor
____________________________
That was no hemroid doctor. That was an alien hoobajoob
#7 Jan 09 2010 at 6:32 AM Rating: Decent
***
3,416 posts
SW: TOR out during 2010? Well, good to be optimistic I guess.
____________________________
SE:
Quote:
We really want to compete against World of Warcraft and for example the new Star Wars MMO.

#8 Jan 09 2010 at 6:44 AM Rating: Default
Scholar
**
349 posts
If you read the article SW:TOR is one of the games that was nominated for most anticipated of 2010.
____________________________
That was no hemroid doctor. That was an alien hoobajoob
#9 Jan 09 2010 at 6:46 AM Rating: Decent
***
3,416 posts
But was not the first one because the editors do not think that it will come out in the 2010. That kinda sucks for those title that would come out in '10 though, lol.
____________________________
SE:
Quote:
We really want to compete against World of Warcraft and for example the new Star Wars MMO.

#10 Jan 09 2010 at 6:50 AM Rating: Default
Scholar
**
349 posts
I used to care about SW:TOR but I dont anymore. More and more it's sounding like a massively single player online rpg and I don't like that. Cryptic took a lot of shortcuts with STO which disappoints me. DCUO looks interesting I love DC but... it's soe.. So far nothing about FFXIV I've read has disappointed me much. Well.. no jumping is disappointing but it's not a game breaker.
____________________________
That was no hemroid doctor. That was an alien hoobajoob
#11 Jan 11 2010 at 9:51 PM Rating: Decent
*
95 posts
I'm shocked that it's ffxiv. I thought swtor would have taken the cake.
____________________________
Sin(SWTOR): 50 Jedi Sentinel

Krystalin(FFXI) :(retired) 85BRD/85BLM/85WAR/85BLU/85SAM/85DRG/85PLD/85RDM/85THF/85DRK/75BST/75PUP/75COR/75MNK/75NIN/75RNG

Vikzul(WoW):(retired) 80 rogue

Clytie(WoW):(retired) 80 pld
#12 Jan 11 2010 at 11:03 PM Rating: Decent
Scholar
*
55 posts
represent!
____________________________
FFXIV Unofficial Piano Collection @ http://www.youtube.com/user/xjustamem0ryx#grid/user/30BC13EC34F8FC44
#13 Jan 11 2010 at 11:10 PM Rating: Default
Avatar
**
660 posts
The article claims that XI has the most stable playerbase, and that the biggest complaint against XI is the outdated graphics and feel. But, really, from what I've heard, XI is starting to become overrun with annoying RMT /tells and hacks and whatnot, which of course wouldn't be mentioned in the article. XIV is a chance to start fresh and get away from RMT (at least for the moment) while at the same time having better graphics and a new feel.

____________________________
Nasozan, Midgardsormr Server. R.I.P.
75 BRD, SAM, WHM; 74 THF, BLM; 69 PLD, BST.
Darth Howie wrote:
Woe unto he who tries to be helpful, for upon him shall be lain the burdens of all.
- Squall 15:11
#14Caia, Posted: Jan 11 2010 at 11:51 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) XI does have the most stable players base.... As long as you consider all the RMT that spam the legit players as stable.
#15 Jan 12 2010 at 2:44 AM Rating: Decent
Avatar
****
4,775 posts
Caia wrote:

Final Fantasy, even as popular as it is, doesn't have the mass appeal the STO, Star Wars or even WoW expansion have. Anyone who says that FF14 is THE most anticipated game of 2010 is kidding themselves.

Now, that isn't to say FF14 is bad. Not by any means. In fact, if SE does it right, it is going to outlive both Trek and Star Wars by years).


Care to explain your facts to warrant such comments. The way I see it, WoW was lightning in a bottle and never expected to do this well. Star Wars Galaxies went right down the toilet ******* off more fans than even FFXI. As for Star Trek, the graphics are weak and it's not certain what if any effect STO will have on the MMO universe.

I think based off all other titles planned for 2010, FFXIV is the most impressive by far. FFXIV clearly has the best graphics, Nobuo Uematsu, and so many improvements based off MMO favorites such as WoW. IMO, Bioware is vastly over-rated as a company. Their offering in the new Star Wars title doesn't impress me one bit. For starters, it's in the past and has no familiar connection to the movies. For all of SWG's flaws, at least it had that going for it. Instead we get this Sith ****** that looks like Darth Vader wannabee missing part of his mask. The badly made movie prequels at least had the principal characters. Oh, and Star Trek looks like a God awful mess. I was actually planning to play that game until I saw the stupid shields that surround your character on away missions. The space combat looked so bad, I thought I was watching an early PS2 game.

In all honesty, the only showstopper I see as a possibility besides FFXIV might be an expansion to WoW or Aion. The rest of the MMO's clearly suck ***. It's no surprise FFXIV won most anticipated game of 2010.
#16 Jan 12 2010 at 3:38 AM Rating: Default
Scholar
***
2,801 posts
Quote:
Care to explain your facts to warrant such comments. The way I see it, WoW was lightning in a bottle and never expected to do this well. Star Wars Galaxies went right down the toilet ******* off more fans than even FFXI. As for Star Trek, the graphics are weak and it's not certain what if any effect STO will have on the MMO universe.


Sure. WoW has 11M players. That didn't happen by accident. You want to know why? It has mass appeal. Up until WoW cam out, MMORPGs weren't all that main stream. Was it lightning in a bottle? Nooooo, not by a long shot. Blizzard went out of their way to appeal to the casual gamer like no one else had. Blizzard didn't get lucky, they got smart.

STO has millions upon millions of trekkies that have been waiting for an MMORPG for years if not decades. The game my be terrible, but overall, I'd say its far more anticipated than FF14 is.

Quote:

I think based off all other titles planned for 2010, FFXIV is the most impressive by far. FFXIV clearly has the best graphics, Nobuo Uematsu, and so many improvements based off MMO favorites such as WoW. IMO, Bioware is vastly over-rated as a company. Their offering in the new Star Wars title doesn't impress me one bit. For starters, it's in the past and has no familiar connection to the movies. For all of SWG's flaws, at least it had that going for it. Instead we get this Sith ****** that looks like Darth Vader wannabee missing part of his mask. The badly made movie prequels at least had the principal characters. Oh, and Star Trek looks like a God awful mess. I was actually planning to play that game until I saw the stupid shields that surround your character on away missions. The space combat looked so bad, I thought I was watching an early PS2 game.


Quote:
In all honesty, the only showstopper I see as a possibility besides FFXIV might be an expansion to WoW or Aion. The rest of the MMO's clearly suck ***. It's no surprise FFXIV won most anticipated game of 2010.


I hate to break this to you, but having an opinion on something doesn't make it fact. There are going to be a lot of people play STO, Star Wars, Guild Wars 2 and various other "anticipated" games. You may not like any of them, but others will. SE is going to have a very hard time competing with Star Wars when it comes out. Not to mention Cataclysm (the next expansion for WoW). If none of these games are for you, then your most anticipated game this year will probably be FF14. But there are a lot of gamers who aren't you, and their opinions may differ quite a bit.

But hey, don't take MY word for it.

http://www.massively.com/2009/12/03/massivelys-end-of-the-year-readers-choice-awards/

Edited, Jan 12th 2010 4:53am by Caia
____________________________
WoW -- Zaia -- Dragonmaw -- Mage 80 BABY! Alchemy 450
Also... Hunter 62, Rogue 52, Warrior 66, Warlock 43, Death Knight 70, Shaman Who Cares? ;)

FFXI -- Caia -- Retired/Deleted -- Blm 75, Alchemy 97
Pandimonium server - Rank 10 - Bastok

Zaela Rdm -- 35, Alchemy 45 -- Forced into retirement because I didn't have the right kind of credit card. Hope it was worth 18 bucks a month, SE.

#17 Jan 12 2010 at 4:03 AM Rating: Good
Avatar
****
4,775 posts
Caia wrote:


Sure. WoW has 11M players. That didn't happen by accident. You want to know why? It has mass appeal. Up until WoW cam out, MMORPGs weren't all that main stream. Was it lightning in a bottle? Nooooo, not by a long shot. Blizzard went out of their way to appeal to the casual gamer like no one else had. Blizzard didn't get lucky, they got smart.


I appreciate your response on this subject. All else I can say is WoW isn't going to last forever. At least not as the dominant MMO out there. The game is old and sooner or later, players will move on. I truly feel SE could recruit a good number of WoW players and convert them to play FFXIV. FFXI for better or worse was a JRPG grind fest. According to all the info we have received thus far, FFXIV is much more focused on the mainstream market.

I won't speak for anyone else, but FFXI really has nothing new to offer. The limits of the game engine just won't allow anything fresh enough to reinvigorate my passion for FFXI. I'll assume WoW, EQ II, Guild wars, and all the other old MMO's are on borrowed time due to these same issues. Look how popularly Aion is with most mainstream players.

My major concerns for FFXIV is game balance, RMT/bots, and SE's **** poor Customer service. I'd like to believe if SE improved into those areas, WoW, Aion, and other MMO's would start to sweat a bit. The cost of a new MMORG is very high to produce especially of the scale and scope of FFXIV or Aion. If SE can attract enough of the player base away from other MMO's, they easily have the chance to become the next WoW.

Lastly, I agree with you about WoW. Blizzard was very smart how they marketed and developed for WoW. However, now that they've laid the ground work for success, others will copy their work and ultimately surpass it. Every fiber in my body and soul tells me that SE has copied all the good points of WoW's casual system into FFXIV with a SE twist. I definitely understand why you felt so strongly about those other MMO's, but doesn't FFXIV deserve a chance?
#18 Jan 12 2010 at 5:00 AM Rating: Decent
Scholar
***
2,801 posts
Quote:

Lastly, I agree with you about WoW. Blizzard was very smart how they marketed and developed for WoW. However, now that they've laid the ground work for success, others will copy their work and ultimately surpass it. Every fiber in my body and soul tells me that SE has copied all the good points of WoW's casual system into FFXIV with a SE twist. I definitely understand why you felt so strongly about those other MMO's, but doesn't FFXIV deserve a chance?


No, no, no.... You're misunderstanding me. I'm very much looking forward to FF14. No doubt about it. Its the game *I* am most anticipating this year. I'm just saying that, worldwide, FF14 isn't what everyone is most anticipating.

I think FF14 is going to do well. I expect it to be around for years to come. And I expect it to be fairly healthy in those years. SE doesn't make bad games. However, they do have a tendency to make games that appeal to more of a niche audience. Maybe they'll break out of that with FF14. I hope so. ****, I hope they dethrone WoW. That said, Blizzard just does a better job making games for more people than SE (and virtually every other company) does.

In the end time will tell. I'd bet FF14 is still around in 5 years. STO? Maybe, if they make some improvements on the game. Star Wars almost certainly will be (its being called the next generation of MMORPGs -- and from what I've seen and read, with good reason).

Quote:
My major concerns for FFXIV is game balance, RMT/bots, and SE's **** poor Customer service. I'd like to believe if SE improved into those areas, WoW, Aion, and other MMO's would start to sweat a bit. The cost of a new MMORG is very high to produce especially of the scale and scope of FFXIV or Aion. If SE can attract enough of the player base away from other MMO's, they easily have the chance to become the next WoW.


If FFXI is any indication, SE will attempt to do something about RMT. whther or not it will be successful is another question altogether.

Having played a good deal of other games out there, no game is perfectly balanced. PvP games tend to be better balanced, but only because they have to be in order to ensure "fun" play for all the classes. I don't think FFXI is all that bad when it comes to balance, honestly. And hopefully SE has learned how to do things even better for FF14.

The thing that MOST scares me is SE's customer service. I'll tell you right now, if it hasn't improved significantly, I don't care how good the game is, I'm canceling my subscription. I'm hoping --really REALLY hoping-- SE has learned that they need better customer service. I'll give them a second chance (actually a third), but if their current customer service continues as is, I'm out.

Edited, Jan 12th 2010 6:15am by Caia
____________________________
WoW -- Zaia -- Dragonmaw -- Mage 80 BABY! Alchemy 450
Also... Hunter 62, Rogue 52, Warrior 66, Warlock 43, Death Knight 70, Shaman Who Cares? ;)

FFXI -- Caia -- Retired/Deleted -- Blm 75, Alchemy 97
Pandimonium server - Rank 10 - Bastok

Zaela Rdm -- 35, Alchemy 45 -- Forced into retirement because I didn't have the right kind of credit card. Hope it was worth 18 bucks a month, SE.

#19 Jan 12 2010 at 7:45 AM Rating: Good
**
394 posts
It's really not hard to believe FFXIV would be more anticipated than a Star Trek game and a Star Wars game. Think of it as if they weren't MMOs at all: Okay guys, three new games coming out, one of em is Star Trek, another one is Star Wars, and then we have the next Final Fantasy. Now, I'm not going to pretend there aren't some very good games in the Trek/Wars franchises, but these are TV/movie franchises with video games based on them; Final Fantasy is first and foremost a video game franchise (with some movies based on it). It just makes sense that FF can generate more hype to gamers, regardless of how large the Trekkie/Warsie fanbases are. And frankly, Wars and Trek have really lost a lot of generational appeal, especially the generations (get it?) who have never known a world without Final Fantasy.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying the upcoming Trek/Wars MMOs will be bad or unsuccessful. I'm actually looking forward to STO and hope it will do very well. It just really shouldn't come as a surprise that FFXIV is outpacing them in the anticipation department.
#20 Jan 12 2010 at 9:09 AM Rating: Default
*
181 posts
I don't think it's possible for either the Star wars mmorpg or the Star trek mmorpg to even come close to Final Fantasy XI's current amount of players even if you combine the two. I would think it's close to a fact that more people worldwide are interested in playing Final Fantasy XIV than Star trek and Star wars combined. Even if those two games combined manage to surpass ffxi's current amount of players it wouldn't last long because so many people are going to be dissapointed and see that those games suck and move on to a different mmorpg. Let me say it: Final Fantasy XIV is
    Lightyears
ahead of Star trek/wars!





Edited, Jan 12th 2010 10:25am by KeeperOfTheStaff
#21 Jan 12 2010 at 1:23 PM Rating: Decent
**
555 posts
Considering FFXIV will have players on PC, PS3, and possibly X-Box 360, I would say:

FFXIV > All
____________________________
Retired 75PLD
Hades Server
Obsidian Linkshell

WoW Fails.


#22 Jan 12 2010 at 2:36 PM Rating: Decent
Guru
**
691 posts
I too believe that FFXIV is highly anticipated and will be a truly inspired game. However, let's get our facts straight please; SW:TOR was voted most anticipated MMO of 2010, but disqualified by the editorial staff due to low chances of actual release.

It's not like I am trying to steal any of FFXIV's thunder, but it did not actually win the contest in terms of votes. So long as that's clear, we may now return to bickering.
#23 Jan 12 2010 at 2:43 PM Rating: Default
**
432 posts
Hulan wrote:
I too believe that FFXIV is highly anticipated and will be a truly inspired game. However, let's get our facts straight please; SW:TOR was voted most anticipated MMO of 2010, but disqualified by the editorial staff due to low chances of actual release.

It's not like I am trying to steal any of FFXIV's thunder, but it did not actually win the contest in terms of votes. So long as that's clear, we may now return to bickering.


Considering bioware just announced that the old republic will be released spring 2011 (http://www.evilavatar.com/forums/showthread.php?t=103757) FFXIV wins fair and square.



Edited, Jan 12th 2010 3:51pm by ashikenshin
____________________________
Kyunalesca
Lakshmi

"should you punch a six-year old girl in the face -- or should you punch her in the stomach? Hmm, that's a toughie."

Battlecat:
"I've always felt the best way to respond to someone calmly presenting their point of view is to fly off the handle and insult everyone who doesn't think like exactly like myself as well."
#24 Jan 12 2010 at 5:13 PM Rating: Decent
Scholar
***
2,793 posts
The whole "SE will take from and innovate of Blizzard" idea is not realizing that Blizzard will do and has done the same, multiple times. Blizzard turned Warhammer into Warcraft and Starcraft, undermined the launch dates of AoC and WAR with WoLK, and took every innovation AoC and WAR brought it, adopted it, and refined it, as they do just about everything else. You're playing up an angle against a company who are the gaming Borgs.

Never mind that Bioware released freaking Dragon Age this year, which ALONE is better than the entire track record of everything from FFVIII-FFXII combined, right now.

The only way I'd be in anticipation of something SE puts out, when Bioware and Blizzard are likely to launch expansion/intros the instant one or the other pulls the trigger, is if FFXIV somehow becomes the ground-breaking, genre-changing epic that was FFVI or FFVII. Which, they haven't a track record of in the past decade.

Edited, Jan 12th 2010 6:23pm by Warne
____________________________
Come into the sand, and the dust, and the sky
Go now, there's no better plan, than to do or to die
Free me, pray to the faith in the face of the light
Feed me, fill me with sin, and get ready to fight

Snooochie wrote, concerning BST forums:
Quote:
This forum used to be all about "How can we overcome this?" Now it seems to be all about "How can someone else fix this for me?"

#25 Jan 12 2010 at 5:26 PM Rating: Decent
Scholar
***
2,793 posts
Never mind that the slow decline of WoW for Blizzard is due to all their big talent working on a new MMO, which could well be launched alongside Bioware's SW: TOR, considering there's enough time for an alpha and beta in a year, and Blizzard has been working on it for least a year, if not longer in secret.

So that's a Bioware launch, a Blizzard expansion, and a potential Blizzard launch within a year and a half. FFXIV may enjoy a six month to a year of happiness, but I don't expect it to last long after Spring 2011.
____________________________
Come into the sand, and the dust, and the sky
Go now, there's no better plan, than to do or to die
Free me, pray to the faith in the face of the light
Feed me, fill me with sin, and get ready to fight

Snooochie wrote, concerning BST forums:
Quote:
This forum used to be all about "How can we overcome this?" Now it seems to be all about "How can someone else fix this for me?"

#26 Jan 12 2010 at 5:29 PM Rating: Decent
Sage
**
623 posts
So ffxiv won by default due to the fact that they suspect SWtor to come out in 2011.

I'll take it! :D
#27 Jan 12 2010 at 5:44 PM Rating: Default
*
181 posts
What should the method be to determine the most anticipated mmorpg of a year?
1-A poll?
2-What some higher ups decide it to be?
3-The amount of players worldwide that are interested in a particular mmorpg?



Edited, Jan 12th 2010 7:12pm by KeeperOfTheStaff
#28 Jan 12 2010 at 5:56 PM Rating: Default
***
2,169 posts
Warne wrote:
The whole "SE will take from and innovate of Blizzard" idea is not realizing that Blizzard will do and has done the same, multiple times. Blizzard turned Warhammer into Warcraft and Starcraft, undermined the launch dates of AoC and WAR with WoLK, and took every innovation AoC and WAR brought it, adopted it, and refined it, as they do just about everything else. You're playing up an angle against a company who are the gaming Borgs.

Never mind that Bioware released freaking Dragon Age this year, which ALONE is better than the entire track record of everything from FFVIII-FFXII combined, right now.

The only way I'd be in anticipation of something SE puts out, when Bioware and Blizzard are likely to launch expansion/intros the instant one or the other pulls the trigger, is if FFXIV somehow becomes the ground-breaking, genre-changing epic that was FFVI or FFVII. Which, they haven't a track record of in the past decade.

Edited, Jan 12th 2010 6:23pm by Warne


Yeah this is actually the one good thing about blizzard. They know what works in other games, copy it, and improve upon it. However their storylines are kinda weak. FFXI storylines totally moves you, and the accomplishments are far more satisfying. That's something WoW was unable to copy.
____________________________
FFXIV - Currently Playing on Selbina Server
Name: Itachi Akatsuki (THM)
LS: UnitedBBQ

www.guildwork.com - best guildhosting site period

FFXI - Pingpong - Retired 2007
http://ffxi.allakhazam.com/profile.xml?6988
75rng | 75nin | 75blm | working on RDM
RNG Gration solo: http://pingpongwww.livejournal.com/15532.html
#29 Jan 12 2010 at 6:13 PM Rating: Decent
Scholar
***
2,793 posts
odinpingpong wrote:
Warne wrote:
The whole "SE will take from and innovate of Blizzard" idea is not realizing that Blizzard will do and has done the same, multiple times. Blizzard turned Warhammer into Warcraft and Starcraft, undermined the launch dates of AoC and WAR with WoLK, and took every innovation AoC and WAR brought it, adopted it, and refined it, as they do just about everything else. You're playing up an angle against a company who are the gaming Borgs.

Never mind that Bioware released freaking Dragon Age this year, which ALONE is better than the entire track record of everything from FFVIII-FFXII combined, right now.

The only way I'd be in anticipation of something SE puts out, when Bioware and Blizzard are likely to launch expansion/intros the instant one or the other pulls the trigger, is if FFXIV somehow becomes the ground-breaking, genre-changing epic that was FFVI or FFVII. Which, they haven't a track record of in the past decade.

Edited, Jan 12th 2010 6:23pm by Warne


Yeah this is actually the one good thing about blizzard. They know what works in other games, copy it, and improve upon it. However their storylines are kinda weak. FFXI storylines totally moves you, and the accomplishments are far more satisfying. That's something WoW was unable to copy.


Yeah, lack of cutscenes really killed any idea WoW had for a story. It worked well in the RTS Warcraft, with mini, pseudo-cutscenes; but WoW forsakes extended delays between quests by just throwing you a text blurb and asking "Accept" "Reject". Most of the time you don't even read them after the first go through.

Different 'philosophies' though by far. WoW took out the opening flavor text of NPCs, which were often interesting and humorous, because people didn't want the extra click to get through them. I'm one of the people who miss that little bit of the world, too. Kinda sad to not hear about Orc banker in Ogrimmar, and how he fought at Mount Hyjal, anymore.

On the other hand, I have more storage slots than I ever had in FFXI, so yeaaa!
____________________________
Come into the sand, and the dust, and the sky
Go now, there's no better plan, than to do or to die
Free me, pray to the faith in the face of the light
Feed me, fill me with sin, and get ready to fight

Snooochie wrote, concerning BST forums:
Quote:
This forum used to be all about "How can we overcome this?" Now it seems to be all about "How can someone else fix this for me?"

#30 Jan 13 2010 at 9:16 AM Rating: Decent
Scholar
**
493 posts
Quote:
To be fair, I can't think of any big name titles coming out in 2010 besides Final Fantasy.


Starcraft II... or are we only talking about MMORPGS?
____________________________
Knuckler - Fairy - MNK 68 | RDM 75
#31 Jan 13 2010 at 6:27 PM Rating: Default
**
437 posts
FFXIV is the most anticipated game of 2010 to play and get info COME ON SE SOME NEW INFO PLEEEEAASSE!
#32 Jan 13 2010 at 6:33 PM Rating: Decent
Scholar
**
630 posts
BrianJ wrote:
Quote:
To be fair, I can't think of any big name titles coming out in 2010 besides Final Fantasy.


Starcraft II... or are we only talking about MMORPGS?


This vote was specifically for MMORPGs I believe (at least all the contenders were MMORPGs)
This forum is read only
This Forum is Read Only!
Recent Visitors: 22 All times are in CST
Anonymous Guests (22)