The Daily Grind: Have you ever fallen in love with MMO-ish content in non-MMOs?

You know those ‘engrossing’ games you play, that you can’t stop obsessing over? Maybe it’s an online fighting game like Street Fighter IV, a zombie-apocalypse MMO like The Walking Dead, or a football sim like FIFA Online 3, but there’s something about the world building and character customization that keeps you going into the late hours of the night. Every day you log in, you’re swept up in the sense of otherness that makes you feel like you’ve carved out your own unique place in the world. This is the type of content that compels you to keep coming back, to immerse yourself in the game world and become obsessed with it.

Games like WoW and Final Fantasy XIV have captured the attention of millions of players. How could games become so popular? How can we get more casual players to fall in love with the MMO genre? In this post, we’ll talk about a game that does not fall into the MMO genre, but is still successful at capturing the attention of casual gamers: The Sims 4.

word-image-8857 Today’s Daily Grind is inspired by a topic I saw on the MMORPG subreddit a while back. The author tells how he stumbled upon a non-MMO – in this case Monster Hunter World- and discovered a number of MMORPGs that he couldn’t find in real MMORPGs, including a sense of progression, discovery, and multiplayer tactics. Is this happening to you? Because it concerns me. Earlier this year I took a small social farming simulator seriously, and it offered a lot of content – world persistence, collecting, crafting, building, housing, and useful multiplayer mods – that I’ve come to expect from an MMO and that isn’t often offered in MMOs. It wasn’t an MMO though, and it definitely lacked things like adventure and combat, which I also love. But it certainly meets some of the requirements I’m looking for. Have you enjoyed MMO-like content in non-MMO games? Which MMOs have that spark? Every morning, the editors of Massively Overpowered, accompanied by mascot Mo, ask MMORPG players sharp questions about the genre of massively multiplayer online role-playing games. Grab a cup of your favorite drink and try to answer the question in today’s Daily Grind! word-image-3032 View

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