mmorpg


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mmorpg

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) massive(ly) multiplayer online role-playing game: an internet-based computer game set in a virtual world, which can be played by many people at the same time, each of whom can interact with the others
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The MMORPG assignment combines both active and interactive learning processes.
Ltd, Ragnarok Online first launched in the Philippines back in 2003 and it was the first MMORPG title in the country.
A pilot study conducted by Rankin, Gold, and Gooch (2006), investigated learner interaction in the MMORPG Ever Quest II (Sony Online Entertainment, 2004).
Technical issues, such as mandatory software updates, at times also hampered play within the MMORPG.
Being an MMORPG, it's best to err on the side of caution when making judgments as this is a title that will evolve swiftly, and possibly massively, in the immediate future.
While attempting the new record, Kinumi will play in an online server and her purpose will be to overcome her last mark by playing more than 48 hours in a continuous play session on a MMORPG.
Developed by Cryptic Studios, a subsidiary of Perfect World, Neverwinter builds on the 4th edition of the D&D rule set to create an MMORPG that claims to set itself apart from the crowd of MMOs that are flooding the market.
The psychological aspects of MMORPG have been studied from various perspectives.
RuneScape is the most popular free browser-based MMORPG in the world, so the humiliation of 'Botany Bay' is very public indeed.
Due to the evolving nature of MMORPGs, this could be a different game in six months' time.
Were that not enough, women who brave the atmosphere to play MMORPGs chronicle (on blogs and in gaming forums) the same tiresome patterns of sexist and homophobic language and humor that can be found throughout high-technology-related professions and hobbies.
H1a: Privacy will be positively related to the satisfaction of MMORPG gamers.