I like the GW2 community ^_^ Friendly bunch.
Same reason. Then again, a lot of gaming communities seem to have a high level of toxicity.
Warframe and GW2 have the best communities that I've ever seen on MMOs. They both have a great team of developers that interact with the players too.
Never played GW2 because I don't particularly like the graphics e3e
Warframe is really cool but my toaster laptop won't be able to take the load xD
Destiny had an alright community, mainly because there was no form of communication beyond dancing with each other. xD
A lot of MMOs are designed in such a way that players don't want to be playing together because it negatively impacts their ability to grind EXP or loot.
I don't like MMOs at all, they can be dangerously addictive, all samey and they are too often based on "grinding forever to reach endgame".
There are too many MMO's that are just the same, they are either grindy or repetitive. I just got into a game called Nosgoth and it is new and unique. really enjoying it and the community isn't that bad.
Most start out with good communities, then...
I dunno, I'm a WoW player and sure the community overall is filled with jerks, but we've built a guild of nice people where everyone gets along. It *is* possible
I stopped playing multiplayer games without having friends along a while back, you'd be surprised at how much more fun it is when you play games with people you know.
Not a fan of MMOs at all. Usually I play games to experience good stories or fun gameplay, rather than to socialise. I do occasionally play multiplayer, but like Scythuz said, it has to be with people I know well.
Yeah, that's a big part of why we have so much fun in WoW - I play with my girlfriend, my old roommate, a few other friends of ours. The others we've played with for years have become friends, too. It's a totally different experience than playing with random other people.
Yeah the interactions with people tend to be more positive in groups anyway I've found. If the people playing see a cool bunch of people having fun, they're more likely to want to join in rather than have the usual over-competitive nonsense.
Friend groups work for most games, but in mmo's like League of Legends or Dota, it's quite messed up. I stopped playing because it has an amazingly negative effect on your personality as well.
LoL and DOTA aren't MMOs though, they're MOBAs, I tried some MOBAs out with friends and yeah, it has a negative effect on everyone so I stopped playing. We try to find games that are less competitive or that you have the ability to mess around in now.
Played Heroes of the Storm for a few months and experienced not much negativity to be honest.
HotS is an exception, yeah - it's still not perfect, if you're new to the game you'll get yelled at by some, but others will also happily help you out. I'm not a MOBA fan at all though.
Nice to know there are exceptions out there.
I stopped playing MMO's because I can't understand how someone can sit there and beg for hours for something that takes you ten minutes to acquire on your own.
Why don't you try Wakfu? I play it and so far no horrible Community.
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