I like to think I’m a nice guy. I like to think that I play well with others. I like to think that I am fun to be around. I’m nice to those around me because my parents taught me that I should treat others the way I want to be treated, and that ended… Continue reading Just Call Me Griefer Sutherland
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
One of the main reasons I bought Warhammer Online last year was the prospect of PvP leveling. There were scenarios (read: battlegrounds) that one could queue up for from anywhere in the world to supplement PvE questing, and the best part was that each player killed or healed within the scenario as well as completing… Continue reading Leveling through PvP Battlegrounds in World of Warcraft Patch 3.2
Somehow, I fell into MMO healing when I was first leveling my Druid on World of Warcraft back in ’04. I was going through Uldaman, and the group needed a healer, so I said I could do it. After a successful run, the group told me that I was a fantastic healer, and they had… Continue reading The Future of the Healer in MMORPGs
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?