Runes of Magic. I'm just installing it. I thought of playing an MMORPG(never played one, just an MMORTS I'm addicted to, League of Legends) with a friends of mine. And read about lots of free MMORPGs there and I had to make some choices.
Initially I wanted "Perfect World", but the games is quite dated. The only special thing about it is the in-depth character customization.
Then I said I'll install Vindictus(which is on source engine). Unfortunately, after I installed it I discovered I can't play it yet because all Europe IPs are banned. From what I know it should be available starting this month sometime. It is the best-looking free MMORPG(and the single one to have physics) I've seen yet, so I will definitely install it when it will be available to play.
So my only real option is Runes of Magic, which is basically a wow clone(with lots of additions). But it has a truckload of content and best of all, there are no monthly fees.
Heh, just want to occupy my time with something in the holidays, lazy style :D.
Since I got into a gaming fever, I'll try more of them. I also installed NFS World just to see how it is. I'll probably progress a bit, out of curiosity, not that it is enjoying. I can already say it's not my genre.
The shitty graphics... and controls are disgusting, add to that the fact that you have to pay with real money for some bonuses and also that it gets really boring, since all you do is racing. Boring style. Ok, let's be honest, graphics are how they are because MMOs are intended to be played by a large mass of players, and not everyone has good graphics cards. I only have one complaint here though: since when NOS comes out from the rear lights?
But what about control? Yes, it's an MMO, but still, MMOs have to be addictive. It's only spiced up with very few power-ups and some "skills". I mean, put a 2 year old child in a race and it will probably be at least 3rd place if he\she is not retarded. Heck, I don't even know why they included accelerate and braking keys! The best lack of lazyness proof is the absence of cockpit view, of course.