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Oct 5, 2011

Games! by EthansGamePlay at 6:13 AM (593 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. EthansGamePlay
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    Newcomer EthansGamePlay Member

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    Hey Guys!


    im looking for a good game,

    Like Runescape, but better
    RPG
    NOT WOW!
     
  2. Raiser

    Member Raiser I am mad scientist.

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    A few off the top of my head:

    Perfect World International
    Vindictus
    Dragon Nest
    Forsaken World
     
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    Member Hells Malice Are you a bully?

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    Member Raiser I am mad scientist.

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    I'm aware; Runescape, to me, is actually pretty unique in its own way.

    I figured I would recommend things that are somewhat relative, but yeah, they aren't really 'Runescape but better' nor are there many games that are as such.
     
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    Member Hells Malice Are you a bully?

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    I wasn't actually replying to you in my post, i just quoted you and put my reply to you in it, lol.
    Runescape is unique, now if only it'd get a combat overhaul so that gigantic part of it wouldn't suck so bad.

    The closest i'd say would be Darkfall or Mortal Online, since they have a giant variety of various professions and skills to learn. In Darkfall, like runescape, you can level any of your skills to any level you can stand to. But Darkfall is pretty terrible to play. It's full of griefers and the combat just plain isn't very fun. Training skills is horrible.

    Mortal Online is the same except there's a max of skills you can learn, so you can't be a master of all trades, you gotta specialize. It's got some cool systems in place, but it's barren, clunky, and the learning curve is essentially a straight line up, since it basically teaches you absolutely nothing and there's a LOT to know.
     
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    xenoblade chronicles , is the best rpg I played in a long time
     
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    Wait, you weren't replying to him, but you put your reply to him in a quote rom his post?
     
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    Member Raiser I am mad scientist.

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    Ah, okay. I didn't know if the bolded points were a reply to me or were your sayings in the matter. [​IMG]
    Either way, I agree with your input. A lot of MMORPGs these days always have some sort of major drawback whether it be grind-grind-grind, controls, graphics, 'linear-ness', etc.

    There's no harm in trying different MMOs though. For all you know, you may come to like some of them over Runescape.
     
  9. Hells Malice

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    Correct. I wasn't replying to him in my post. I was replying to him in the quote, and then making a separate post.
    This...isn't rocket science.
     
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    Well, there's Minecraft. It's pretty addicting.
     
  11. EthansGamePlay
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    Yea I play that I love it!
     

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