Top MMO Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top mmo games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
Though technically superb and graphically stunning, Factions lacks the character and immersion to make it a genuine contender to World of Warcraft's crown.
Pirates' best bit is the ship to ship battles, you'll find yourself anxious to set sail and explore the seas rather than run errands on foot for NPCs.
Runes of Magic is impressive for a free MMO, perhaps even the best, but predictably it's nowhere near as good as its subscription-based rivals.
Cryptic Studios have created one of the most accessible and fun MMORPGs in years, plus you get to beat up loads of bad guys...
With two new classes, a massive new area to explore and the Legendary Weapons system, there's loads for Lord of the Rings Online players to get stuck into.
The Burning Crusade has a kind of wonderful self assurance you only really get from a developer confident in the knowledge it is responsible for the most popular MMO in history.
Guild Wars 2 is beautiful game that runs very well on most mid-spec machines, but the developer needs to rethink its approach to rewarding the game's most devout players.
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Guild Wars is a beautiful playing experience, a technical marvel and a fantastic way to pass the time. The fact that such a beauty of a game is practically free is yet another reason to play it.
With its spectacular design, dazzling polish and ever-compulsive gameplay, World of Warcraft seems destined to remain the everyman's pick of PvE-focussed MMO for the foreseeable future.
FM Live is the greatest football management game ever created and will keep you playing, and playing, and playing...