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Submitted by alexkayl 1099d ago | opinion piece

Top 10 Most Wanted Free MMO Games 2012

2012 is set to be a great year for the free-to-play market. Publishers finally understand that they need to create games that are a labor of love, not just another rushed pay-to-win clone of the month. Some big name developers such as Ubisoft and Crytek are also trying to get their share. Who wins in the end? Players, of course. (End of Nations, Firefall, Hawken, Marvel Heroes, Otherland, PC, Raiderz, Tactical Intervention, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Online, Warface, World of Warplanes)

telekineticmantis  +   1098d ago
THat otherland game sounds good
I'm waiting for Dust 514
alexkayl  +   1098d ago
Shame that Dust 514 won't be free-to-play, they could draw much more people to EVE Online that way, I guess.

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