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Submitted by Pozzle 511d ago | opinion piece

10 Games That Would Make Great MMOs

CheatCC: Although MMORPGs are sometimes considered a dying breed, the popularity of Guild Wars 2 proves that the genre still has a solid following. The scale of these games is unique to the genre, but there are plenty of realms, characters, and combat systems that more than fit the bill to become massive, multiplayer, and online. So, here are ten games that would make fantastic MMO universes. (We’re not talking strictly MMORPGs here.)

Be sure to let us know what games you think could match the grandeur of Guild Wars 2, World of Warcraft, The Secret World, and the like, or if there are some entries on this list that you flat out disagree with. There are plenty of titles out there with the lore and plot that fit the bill, but we can’t possibly fit them all in one Top Ten list. (Culture)

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