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Here are the most interesting games in 2011 that deserved more attention. World of Warcraft has been launched for seven years ago. WoW-killer heard the rumors on the market. Such as Warhammer Online and Age of Conan. However, people still feel this is a very unexpected ending.
Rift introduced in March, is the best online fantasy game. Rift has sold more than 1 million copies. Rift has been impressive. The graphics appear more realistic (though not necessarily more attractive) than those of World of Warcraft, and the Trion team went beyond WoW in giving players the flexibility to customize their characters' magical and martial abilities. Like so many other online games that have dared challenge World of Warcraft, Rift has not seemed able to sustain its initial success. A big part of the problem is that Rift and Trion have repeatedly proved themselves vulnerable to hacker attacks.
Star Wars: The Old Republic, which won MSNBC’s-Best Multiplayer Game of 2011. And judging from the subscriber numbers, it seems like quite a few players agree with these reviewers.
Impressive, since the game’s launch on December 20, more than a million players have spent over 60 million in-game hours playing The Old Republic. Together they’ve created more than 850,000 Sith Warriors and 810,000 Jedi Knights, not to mention countless smugglers, troopers and bounty hunter scum. Perhaps the most troubling news for AI algorithms across the globe, over 3 billion NPCs have been slaughtered in the two weeks since The Old Republic officially launched. With over 260 millions quests completed and more than 44 million PvP battles, it's clear that Star Wars fans have been keeping pretty busy over the holidays.
There is one bad news. Star Wars: The Old Republic will not be available to Australian gamers. This is surely bad news because among all the new and upcoming MMO games, SWTOR is the one that is earning all the hype. The game is awesome in itself.
The servers could shut down tomorrow and the sun could fade forever on the World of Warcraft yet the embers of its existence would still be felt throughout the industry and culture. That to me proves that WoW isn’t going to really die off for a long, long time. If you're burned out on World of Warcraft and are looking for another top online fantasy game, Rift and Star Wars: The Old Republic deserves a shot.
As most close Guild Wars 2 followers would know, the closed beta test supposedly started December 16th, but why is it: Not open to the public, all of a sudden? As you may recall, the closed beta was set to begin before the end of 2011 and there is no news with it.
The most popular game Diablo 3 receives a lot of attention, which is also one of my favorite games. But the release date is still a secret. So somebody asked Blizzard for the exact date. Blizzard answered with a smile: When it’s done. A lot of Diablo fans thought the answer are unnecessary.
2011 has officially come to a close. While it was definitely a great year for gaming, this is hardly any time need to dwell on the past. Like the old adage says, out with the old and in with the new.