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Submitted by Lavalamp 507d ago | article

Have traditional MMOs had their time?

EuroGamer: "Traditional MMOs have gone out of fashion lately. It used to be that every gaming brand had exciting untapped MMO potential and every publisher wanted an MMO in its stable, but the gold rush inspired by World of Warcraft yielded little precious metal, and a lot of publishers got burned in the process - especially Electronic Arts with Star Wars: The Old Republic - while the term 'MMO' has become taboo when discussing a new breed of games that includes The Division and Destiny, even though in many respects they are both massively multiplayer and online." (PC, PS4, Ragnar Tørnquist, Xbox One)

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