GameGlobe calls it quits, Blade & Soul goes F2P…in China, Ragnarok Online spiritual successor Tree of Savior reveals some early details, and Marvel Heroes introduces PvP. These stories and more on this week’s episode of the F2P Weekly!

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  1. Shiffer on December 4, 2013

    I’m just waiting on Aura Kingdom, tbh lol.

  2. John on November 26, 2013

    I’m one of those solo players, no offense to anyone but I’d rather just play a game solo, I’ll team up when needed, just because it’s an MMO doesn’t mean players have to group up

  3. rickey on November 26, 2013

    I dunno what yoiu guys are talking about, I play realm reborn and i love it and it’s more grouped than any mmo I’ve played in years, issue is you mean to say F2P mmos, you pay for what u get man,

  4. rickey on November 26, 2013

    I dunno what yoiu guys are talking about, I play realm reborn and i love it and it’s more grouped than any mmo I’ve played in years, issue is you mean to say F2P mmos, you pay for what u get man, F2P MMOS aren’t what they used to be like.

  5. Aeryoth on November 26, 2013

    MMO’s are simply not multiplayer anymore. Its just a solo grind, with idiotic PC’s running around. So many trolls. — I want to play with people.. I want to make friends and join an active guild. I want a real balanced F2P mmo.. sigh..

    • Blade and Soul NA Please on November 26, 2013

      Not every MMO is like that. Go out and try to make friends. Sure you’ll be denied a lot, but some people are really nice and looking for that same.

      • Golgo28 on November 26, 2013

        I have to agree with Aeryoth.mmos have been consistently marching towards solo play anymore.Almost every mmo these days can be played without a group of any kind and the ones that do have content that requires a group relies too much on groupfinder.Because there is less of a social attitude in online games in general.If you don’t go in with friends from the start you just end encountering trolls and rage quitters that get the party wiped then leave after being belligerent to the group.

      • HellcatM on December 2, 2013

        I’m actually sick of games that you have to find a group and if you do then you have to hope they’re not a bunch of annoying turds. I much prefer a game where it auto groups. You play a mission and if others are also playing that mission you just join in. If you like the way someone plays then you can ask to add them to a friends list. It makes it more realistic and less disruptive because you don’t have to ask to group with people and as a group you don’t have to be annoyed by people asking to group with you. I hope more games pick this up.

    • chefmadness on November 26, 2013

      I TOTALLY AGREE!!!!!!

    • Treemanic on November 27, 2013

      Same here. We really need classes that depends on each other to survive. x)

    • cacaballz on November 27, 2013

      Not true. MMORPGS are perfectly balanced. RIFT for example has both content. Open map to solo quests. And in the same map group content. Group dungeons, and group pvp that has auto group functions to get you in. I have a big friends list and guilds are necessary. I have so many other titles that are exactly the same.
      BIGGEST problem is that I can say like, Ever quest…and then all the whiners who want group content will then say “YEah, but that has not good graphics”. DERP, never happy. So STFU and go play Call of Duty.

  6. Mounted Guy on November 25, 2013

    Mounted, uh yeah !!!

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