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Submitted by iamironman 715d ago | news

“MMOs have stagnated,” says The Secret World director/producer

IncGamers: MMOs, they’re usually set in a world of elves and goblins, feature clear cut levelling systems and send you on more collections quests than Charlie Sheen’s man-servant prior to a coke-fuelled bender.

Either that, or they’re superhero/villain based.

You could say that the genre has stagnated… at least that what Ragnar Tørnquist, creative director and senior producer on Funcom’s The Secret World would say. (PC, The Secret World)

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