So as you likely know already, I’ve been doing a few of my video series for a while now, but I find that I could use a bit of help in regards to two of them. Specifically, “Meander about MMORPGs” and “RetroStuff”.
I need ideas and suggestions for what you’d like to see me play on these games.
When it comes to MaMMO, I have decided to change up the lineup of games I’m featuring every weekend, later this year. I’ve already recorded this series ahead for several months, so it won’t happen until the end of summer, most likely, but I would like to replace “The Secret World” and “Wildstar” in the permanent lineup. This means “Guild Wars 2” will move to the permanent lineup every month, and I’ll need a new show to use on those odd months which include five weekends.
Regardless, I’ll need two additional titles to use for MaMMO, in short order. These should be Free-to-Play or Buy-to-Play MMORPGs, which aren’t ones I have previously shot down, for one reason or other. Those rejected titles include, but are not limited to:
- Anarchy Online (Maintenance Mode)
- Champions Online (Basically maintenance mode)
- Everquest 2 (Never again!)
- Neverwinter (Cryptic sucks for not maintaining the Foundry)
- Star Trek Online (Meh)
- Star Wars: The Old Republic (Resource hog, boring)
Anyway, I could used some suggestions for MMORPGs to play in place of those I would like to step away from. Or, I have considered just moving to a bi-weekly rotation between “World of Warcraft” and “Rift”, with “Guild Wars 2” continuing to pick up those occasional fifth weekends, where needed. Or I could toss “Lord of the Rings Online” into the mix, but playing a different character (leveling up a Minstrel or Runekeeper, perhaps?).
Tell me in the comments below, what you would prefer.
Then we come to “RetroStuff”. I have basically transitioned this show into short plays of various retro games, usually joking throughout about how much I suck at that particular game. I am trying to play either games I know and enjoy, or obscure games I have never heard of prior to playing them. If you have any suggestions, again, please leave your ideas in the comments below.