Final Fantasy, a last-ditch effort to save the then-failing Square Enix, has evolved, adapting to the rise of different genres of games. With the creation of Final Fantasy 14, the franchise broke into the MMO genre, bridging the gap between long-time fans and MMO players.
Final Fantasy 14 places gamers in the world of Eorzea five years after the Seventh Umbral Calamity, which ended the original FF14 after its initial flop. Here players can follow a rich story while interacting with each other and the world in traditional MMO style. For players who have enjoyed FF14, the following games are ones that will catch your attention.
New World, on top of having a strong story for players to follow, contains elements of a sandbox game. Players can construct settlements to defend against The Corrupt or other players. Players a limited to humans as the only race to play, but it does give characters the ability to manipulate skills and attributes that provide a wide variety of character builds.
Lost Ark is an action-pact MMORPG that has excellent exploration, plot, and attack sequences that will mesmerize all who give the game a shot. This Korean game is newer to Western audiences which means much more content to come as the original Korean version is much farther ahead and is continually updating. There is no end to things for players to do, and every minute is as enjoyable as the last.
If you want to combine the traumas of the real world, a complex gaming system, and an old persevering MMO, then Eve Online is the game for you. Players can explore the universe in this Sci-Fi sandbox game. But be careful as betrayal is as common as breathing, and theRead more on gamepur.com