- Feb 4, 2020
Do you play MMORPG? I prefer chinese and korean. Something like Revelation and Blade&Soul
MMOUPG = Massively multiplayer online uke-playing guys/gals
Sure I do: it's called the Ukulele Underground Forum. The offline version is called Real Life. We're always role-playing, even when we think we're not.
(I used to play Twitter, but I ran into too many massive tweets there.)
Somebody take down this thread. It’s starting to attract scammers.
I misread the date. At any rate, that post was just click-bait. This forum is about ukuleles. There are plenty of gaming forums out there for discussions of gaming.Huh, I don't understand what you mean, the last post before yours was all the way back in August of 2020, so I don't see it attracting anyone really?
I misread the date. At any rate, that post was just click-bait. This forum is about ukuleles. There are plenty of gaming forums out there for discussions of gaming.
My mistake, sorry.But this post is literally in the "video games" section?
The old multiplayer dungeons were always fun to play. I used to spend hours on Doom 2 and "wad" files for customizing the game. Good times when 8mb was a huge hard drive and a 2x speed cdrom was awesome.I've played world of warcraft(and tried a few others) mmorpg off and on since 2004. I have fond memories of digital adventuring with various friends and the community feeling from various guilds around that game. It's a form of socialization and entertainment that I enjoyed. It's also a rabbit hole, like many things. If you start playing World of Warcraft it sucks you in to trying to perfect your ability to maneuver pixels around the screen. Soon, it consumes more time than expected and there's always a sense of pressure to do more exploration, adventuring, or overcoming challenges. While I do think mmorpgs serve as a reasonable training implement for improving teamwork, communication skills, marketing, and more, I also believe they can be detrimental to healthy relationships in the real world due the time and money investments required to chase unattainable perfection and a false sense of socialization. And, more recently, as these types of games veer more towards "pay-to-win" games they lose the competitive edge that kept me interested. I rarely play any pc games these days. My reaction time, hand to eye coordination, and vision have noticeably declined. The less time I have left to annoy my children the more I want to physically be with people I care about instead of being in front of screens playing games. But, my kids often seem too busy like I was at their age. Boomers like me are the old geezers now I guess. So, as somebody who only plays pc games once in a blue moon now I'm relegated to playing "multiplayer" games solo style if I play at all anymore. I much prefer playing my ukulele. That's another rabbit hole.
Wolfenstein 3D on 3.5 inch floppy disk...lol. Side note, just got a couple gameboy knockoffs from one of those discount online China stores and each one has 400 games on it. Times have sure changed.The old multiplayer dungeons were always fun to play. I used to spend hours on Doom 2 and "wad" files for customizing the game. Good times when 8mb was a huge hard drive and a 2x speed cdrom was awesome.