You play World of Warcraft, right? Of course you do. Everyone does. So let’s say you’re standing around in Dalaran on your Death Knight and get the urge to run through a Heroic. Getting some badges sounds good, and you have some time to waste. Unfortunately, your friends list is either entirely empty or everyone… Continue reading LFM and LFG: The Difference
For those fine folks who just can’t get enough of the awesomeness that is Professor Beej, below are two articles that I posted elsewhere this week. Enjoy! The always hospitible Matt Low gave me the chance to guest post at his blog World of Matticus again this week about my predeliction toward playing a healer/support character in MMOs. (You can read my… Continue reading Elsewhere Posts
Gordon, blogger extraordinaire and proprieter of We Fly Spitfires, has been good enough to let me guest post over at his establishment. I started reading his blog when I was just beginning to find out what kind of niche I wanted to write in, and as such, he was one of my main influences in my… Continue reading “You’re in Our World Now”: How Does Setting Affect MMO Enjoyment? – Guest Post at We Fly Spitfires
Matt Low from World of Matticus was good enough to let me write a series of guest posts on my experiences with Online Gaming Addiction for his site. You can find them here: Part 1: Online Gaming Addiction – My Experience Part 2: Online Gaming Addiction – Signs and Symptoms Part 3: Online Gaming Addiction… Continue reading Online Gaming Addiction – Series of Guest Posts at World of Matticus
I’ve played MMOs a long time. Eleven years, to be precise. I started with Ultima Online in 1998, and I currently inhabit World of Warcraft, though I am honestly not sure for how much longer I will remain there. The only upcoming game to really pique my interest is Star Wars: The Old Republic, but… Continue reading Why Does Every New MMO Have to be a WoW Killer?