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MMORPGs

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Opportunities to make real world money.
  • +Expansive solar system featuring multiple worlds to explore.
  • +Player driven economy.
  • +Tons of side ventures to pass the time.
Cons:
  • -Costly start-up.
  • -Difficult to get established without help from existing players.
Entropia Universe 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (Mindark)

The Entropia Universe is more than a game. The Entropia Universe is for real. Real people, real activities and a Real Cash Economy in a massive online universe.

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Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Limited Information Available
Cons:
  • -Limited Information Available
Shadowbound 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (R2Games)

Shadowbound is a full-scale MMORPG from R2Games. Features are largely unknown at this time, but the game is entering into an open alpha. So far, old-school, complex systems and rewards appear to be implemented in the game - it is meant to draw more traditionalist MMORPG fans.

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Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Complex PVP scenarios.
  • +Ease of access for new players.
  • +Colorful world and great graphics.
Cons:
  • -Similar to other MMORPGs.
  • -Grind in some areas.
Royal Quest 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (Katauri Games)

Royal Quest is an MMORPG set in the world of Aura, which is filled with a mixture of magic, technology, and alchemy. Players can become lords, collect exotic mounts, and enjoy a variety of features in-game.

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Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Flashy, fast-paced combats.
  • +Entertaining city-building mechanic.
  • +Player events frequently held by the staff.
  • +Solid tutorial.
Cons:
  • -Cliché, predictable story and setting.
  • -Too few classes.
  • -Repetitive, straightforward gameplay.
  • -Annoying loading screens.
Wartune 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (Aeria Games)

Wartune is a 2D browser-based RPG that puts you in the shoes of a mighty hero bent on protecting, and caring for their city. Among its most notable features, you’ll find dungeons, city building, crafting/farming, and PvP in the form of competition with other surrounding player cities.

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Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Several classes to choose from
  • +In-depth profession system
  • +Low-spec system requirements
Cons:
  • -Limited visual options
  • -Severely limited F2P content and options
Dofus 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (Ankama)

Dofus is an MMORPG that features turn-based tactical combat similar to RPGs such as Disgaea or Final Fantasy Tactics. Players can join up with others from around the world and explore the realm of Incarnam.

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Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +In-depth character creation tool.
  • +Ground and tactical space combat.
  • +Wide variety of ship customization options.
  • +Weekly episodes and events.
Cons:
  • -Shop items are overpriced.
  • -Cluttered interface.
  • -Repetitive gameplay.
Star Trek Online 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (Perfect World Entertainment)

Star Trek Online is a 3D sci-fi themed MMORPG based off the popular Star Trek Franchise. Players step into the role of a rising Starfleet Lieutenant, commanding their own crew and ship through unknown zones in the galaxy.

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