Compare this to World of Warcraft or any other subscription MMORPG which charge you monthly fees and requires you to patch up gigabytes of content.
In a free no download MMORPG, all the work is cut out for you.
Much like the otaku nerd who marries his virtual girlfriend on his Gameboy Advance (yes, that actually happened), people in MMORPGs tend to want to take their virtual relationship to the next level. One day, we’re all being nerdy and drinking sodas and cracking extremely intricate inside jokes when we notice she is having some kind of huge event on that game she always plays. The point is, what exactly is the point of an in-game wedding?
This has the potential to segway into a whole rant about in-game romance and relationships between players in general, but that’s another editorial for another day.
There is one thing, though, that happens in MMOs that is relatively common. When the MMORPG scene started getting big, it wasn’t us who first dove into it, but the mother of the “chief nerd” who hosted our LAN parties and hang-outs.
Something that I personally find to be extremely creepy and uncool. She was into Ragnarok Online, and she was (we believe) a happily married woman to my friend’s father.
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