Top Ten Free-to-Play Games

Defining MMOG
Defining MMOG

Danny "Ralsu" Gourley is always searching for a quality free-to-play game. He reports his results each week in his Top Ten Free-to-Play Games. This week, Ralsu takes a hard look at the types of games he covers on the list and why:

I spent some time mulling over the question posed by Ten Ton Hammer's Medeor: Is Warrior Epic a massively-multiplayer online game (MMOG)? In case you missed it, after spending several weeks in various spots on this Top Ten, I removed the game from the list after a gameplay trailer revealed a chat lobby where players got together to form games. You can view a still from the movie showcasing the lobby here.

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