Also, take a gander at one of my favourite posts of all time. There are some spectacular quotes, some now a bit out of date from many of the greatest minds in online gaming. Perhaps my personal favourite is,
“Attention is the currency of the future.” – Dr. Cat’s Theorem
Take some time to enjoy playing a game today. It will do you good.
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Few things are more fiercely loyal or territorial than MMOG players. This week Jason "Medawky" Bolton attempts to lure some of the most devout, the WoW players, away from their comfort zone and into a brave new world.
What's the answer to MMOG burnout? Anacche has been pondering the problem and has come to the conclusion that if you can't change the player then you have to change the game at a fundamental design level.
Is the carrot-on-a-stick model most MMOGs use to keep players parked at their keyboards past its prime? What needs to change in order to keep players connected with their game of choice longer? This thread has sparked some interesting conversation. Add to it!
PlayerScore 4.9.00 is now available for download! This new version features the restoration of the database mode and several other feature:
To view the database, simply install PlayerScore 4.9.00 and choose “View Database” from the WoW minimap icon. Once you’re in the database you can click the headers to sort by that type, or change the page. You can also choose to view data for your current group, your guild, or everyone you’ve met!
If you use the PlayerScore updater, you can pre-download most of the scores for your server. This has the added benifit of adding tooltips to your chat window. Mouse over players to see information about them.