Need MMORGP suggestions >WoW

Discussion in 'Mac and PC Games' started by Bill P., Jun 8, 2008.

  1. Bill P. macrumors regular

    Bill P.

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    After reaching level 70 sometime ago, I've found that I cannot compete with the younger players being both an oldster and (primarily) a keyboard turner. IOW, I'm too dang slow. Soooo, I'm going to give away all my gold and goodies and try to find a more suitable game that meets my play style (PVE).

    I would much appreciate suggestions from this community.

    Thanks!

    Bill
     
  2. meta macrumors newbie

    meta

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  3. Huntn macrumors G5

    Huntn

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    Oh come on. ;) You can't be that slow as it's not like a FPS, (unless maybe your playing a healer class, which seems to be high pressure at times). Just admit you've gotten bored with it. :D Aren't (Weren't) we all mousers in WoW? Even now when I see a WoW screen shot my heart flutters a bit...

    Are you Boot Camp capable? Must be a MMO? Your not going to find much in the way of native Mac MMORPGs (an opinion some might disagree with). Depending on the answer I'd recommend Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion (RPG- PC, Xbox), or The Witcher (RPG- PC), or as in the previous post, Age of Conan (MMORPG, PC, Xbox (future release), possibly Bioshock (RPG, PC, Xbox), and of course Halo Series (PC, Xbox, FPS) and Half Life 2 (PC, Xbox?, FPS) in single player mode for the FPSs.
     
  4. zarley macrumors member

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    Bill,

    I would definately give Vanguard a shot...HUGE world and it really is a TRUE RPG experience. No power leveling, mature players and endless non-linear gameplay. A lot of people will tell you all about the bugs and problems but that was at launch and Sony has come a loooooong way. Trust me, its worth a try!

    http://vgplayers.station.sony.com/
     
  5. Bill P. thread starter macrumors regular

    Bill P.

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    Thanks meta and Huntn. I appreciate the suggestions. BTW, my bad, I meant to say that I'm primarily a keyboard turner, sigh...
     
  6. webs2slow4me macrumors newbie

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    Tibia. If you are lokng for that sower paced mmo the graphics aren't as good as other games, but I've found it relaxing to do homework or watch tv while playing.

    Edit: this is assuming you can emmulate windows as it is sadly pc only.
     

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