Having clocked in at over a hundred hours on seven different games (City of Heroes/Villains, World of Warcraft, Final Fantasy XI, Ragnarok Online, RF Online, Silk Road, Phantasy Star Online and Star Wars Galaxies) I think it is fair to say that I love to play massively multiplayer RPGs. However, I can never stick to just one. Instead, I transfer my subscription to a different game every month or so. This is probably because each MMO, despite their individual merits, suffers from several of the same flaws. If one game were to eliminate all of these flaws, I
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