Microcosms #12 - Nobody's Fool

While some people enjoy being fooled once a year on the first day of April, many of us aren't so fond of it at other times - especially when it comes to MMOGs.

While some people enjoy being fooled once a year on the first day of
April, many of us aren't so fond of it at other times - especially when
it comes to MMOGs. Even though the new trend in free-to-play MMOGs is
one of high production value and cash shops that enhance gameplay
instead of hamstring those that don't want to play, there are still
some games that reinforce the old stereotypes. Join Medawky this week
as he takes a look at a couple of these titles in an effort to keep
gamers informed and steered in the right direction.


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Few people like to be tricked. Even so, most of us will
likely get fooled at least one more time when it comes to choosing a
game. While you, gentle reader, could feign ignorance for your
potentially poor selections, we here at Ten Ton Hammer have been
charged with trying these various games and falling on the virtual
sword so that you don’t have to. With that in mind it’s time to look at
some of the games that reinforce the negative stereotypes and
contribute, at least in some small way, to the bad name that has dogged
free-to-play games since their inception.



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