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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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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.
3-developed MMORPG to go on general release, although several more are in development across Asia.
RuneScape is the most popular free browser-based MMORPG in the world, so the humiliation of 'Botany Bay' is very public indeed.
This is the piece that seems most reminiscent of "Skyrim," and it will be interesting to see how Bethesda ties in the gameplay elements of previous "Elder Scrolls" games in the MMORPG.
Due to the evolving nature of MMORPGs, this could be a different game in six months' time.
Tahadi Games has also localized another popular MMORPG, Runes of Magic, expected to be released early next year, as well as Crazy Kart, a racing game that will have maps of Dubai and Cairo.
June Lam, Associate Director of Marketing, said, "We want HKBN customers to enjoy the Ultimate MMORPG gaming experience.
It's always hard reviewing an MMORPG because there is so much to take in, while the content is constantly changing.
Numerous strong Chinese online game operators compete head-to-head for MMORPG market share, but Tencent reigns supreme for advanced casual games.
League of Angels -- Fire Raiders, the sequel to the immensely popular web-based MMORPG, is a strategic MMO card game that sets out to change the way mobile games are played.
Hidden addictions on the other hand, whether it is an MMORPG addiction or destructive addiction to negative thinking and self-pity, pessimism, gossip and other "acceptable addictions" are less prone to intervention.
Contrary to the popular image of gamers as uncreative, there are thousands of MMORPG bloggers, writers and commentators out there.