In this day and age there are more MMOs than there are people. So we’re here to wade through all of the BS and give you the heads up on some MMOs that don’t get the attention that they deserve. So get ready for grinding your way through unfamiliar territory.

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Elsword Online is a side scrolling MMO that will have you asking for more. The game is based on a Manga and keeps that feeling throughout the game. Players are treated to hand drawn characters and cut scenes, a bonus that any old school gamer will truly appreciate.

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If you’re a fan of space MMOs and not a fan of Excel then Star Conflict is right up your alley. This space based MMO is full of fast paced space shooting, which will keep your attention while you do the menial MMO quests.

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Kung-fu can be fun, heck a whole genre is based on the martial art. Thanks to Age of Wushu you can relive all of your favorite parts of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, and in this MMO you don’t have to play as a panda to enjoy kicking and punching your way to victory.

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We may never see Fallout Online but we can all breathe a little easier knowing that Fallen Earth has everything we could need. Take yourself to this post-apocalyptic world and enjoy the wastes.

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Fantasy MMOs are really a cliche at this point, it’s usually the go-to genre, but Runes of Magic takes the traditional and takes it even further. The game is beautifully polished and looks like what we dreamed WoW would look like.

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Allods Online is more than just a fantasy MMO, this gem has the players piloting custom astral ships across the universe. The universe that you can explore is full of planets for you to discover.

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RaiderZ is the MMO version of Monster Hunter, where you and other players face powerful bosses. You can fight the baddies in the open world or in dungeons that will have you dreaming of the open world.

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Dragon’s Nest is less fast paced action, and more strategy. A genre that is overloaded with contenders, this entry looks and feels like a winner.

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