Mmo Vs Single Player

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  1. eko'z

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    It's just a question, don't want to start a flame war...
    I think Single Player's rule, their not that chaotic.
     
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    My internet is too slow to play stuff online sooo....
     
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    Single for the win.
     
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    online, so much more skill is needed
     
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    + it makes the gaming xp more social.
     
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    Gotta love the feeling of an online headshot.
     
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    I thought the title was MMO vrs SP, not Online vrs Campaign. Apparently people can't read though.

    I prefer an MMO to a single player game, because I love the feeling of a world that progresses while I log off and sleep. Instead of freezes in time.
     
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    Null vote.
     
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    uhhh i dont like either, i prefer the socom type games... idk which thats closer to probably mmo but its not really an mmo hahaha
     
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    MMO! Single player gets too lonely.
     
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    Single Player. Simply because every single little detail in the game is made for and only for you. I don't want my gaming experience broken because jimmydip755 forgot he binded walk forward to page f***ing down.
     
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    I play online more then single player, because of the thought of other living players playing.
    Single player games are fun, if you find the right ones.
     
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    Well, I definitely agree with this. That's part of the turn-off of WoW for me. There are far too many idiots that like to just run right through everything. LEEEEEEROOOOOY JEEEEENKIIIIINS!!! It hasn't stopped me playing it, but it's definitely made me not want to play as much.

    This fact is one of the reasons I like Guild Wars as well. Despite the down-side of loading screens, I like that every time you venture into the world (leave the town/outpost) you get your own copy of the world for you and your party. It makes it easier to take things at your own pace, rather than having idiots aggro-ing things you aren't ready for. Plus, if you don't feel like getting together a party with other players, you just form up your party with henchmen and heroes. It's more or less a hybrid single player-MMO.

    As for the vote, I'm personally going to vote for MMO, as I enjoy the interaction with others of an equal or higher intelligence level.
     
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    I said single since theres no multiplayer option, only online..And I'd rather play with real friends than online people.
     
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    it depends for me :P i like single players like gta and multiplayers like cs :P but all in all, i have to say single player because u dont need an internet :P
     

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