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Duelyst

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Duelyst is a hybrid CCG/tactical RPG featuring gorgeous pixel graphics and fast battles. Read Review

War Thunder

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Ideal for war game enthusiasts, competitive PvP players, and history lovers. Read Review

Warframe

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High quality mission-driven MMORPG that fluidly blends ninjas, parkour, and guns. Read Review

Dragon Awaken

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Dragon Awaken is browser MMORPG featuring pet dragons, party based battles, and dynamic classes. Read Review

Warface

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Warface is a class based tactical shooter with a great mix of PvE and PvP content. Read Review

Perfect World

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Perfect World is far from perfect but offers deep character creation and grand PvP battles. Read Review

Imperia Online

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Strategy MMO with expansive diplomacy and war mechanics but can play really slow at times due to it. Read Review

Lost Saga

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Great 3D beat ’em up with tons of customization and game modes that’s sadly underpopulated. Read Review

AD2460

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AD2460 is a browser based 4x space empire builder and is one of the few that isn’t pay to win. Read Review

Star Trek Online

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Captures Star Trek well in a massive world, but doesn’t offer enough to excite most non-Trekkies. Read Review

Stronghold Kingdoms

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It’s Stronghold Crusader in MMO form with serious alliances and epic castle sieges. Read Review

Travian

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Old strategy game that is enjoyable with frequent updates, if players can get past the dated UI. Read Review

Elvenar

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City builder browser game focused strictly on PvE and player cooperation. Read Review

Star Conflict

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Arcade style space shooter and great customization make for a lot of fun. Read Review

Elder Scrolls Online

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Elder Scrolls Online is hard to beat for immersion, breadth and depth of content, and customization. Read Review

Rail Nation

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Polished train management sim that suffers from the odd performance problem. Read Review

The Secret World

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The Secret World’s immersion is leaps and bounds above any other MMORPG offering. Read Review

Final Fantasy XIV

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If you don’t mind paying, FFXIV is hard to beat for story, group content, and epic boss fights. Read Review
Disclosure: Games are independently reviewed. However, MMOBro.com may receive compensation from companies associated with the above games or third parties.

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What Are The Top MMO Games?

When it comes to the world MMOs and MMORPGs, finding the right game isn’t always easy. There are more choices now than ever, and it’s important just to play an MMORPG because it’s fun. What’s fun for one person doesn’t always mesh with what’s fun for another though. The games designated Top MMO Games on MMOBro are therefore comprised of a number of different types of MMOs. Some of them are in the MMO-lite category and so may not be as massive as other offerings. Since people visit from all sorts of backgrounds, this list caters to a broad spectrum.

Quality is of course considered on an editorial level. This quality is assessed based on what the game does well and what it tries to do well. For example, a given browser MMO excels in casual play with automated combat. The combat itself may actually take several steps back. However, that’s not a priority of our example game. For those reasons, it doesn’t mean we wouldn’t set it alongside other ‘top MMO games’. Original reviews serve as a deeper look into these facets of gameplay.

We aim for reviews of lengths that are easy to digest in a work break or while alt+tabbed out of another game. The reviews take an honest approach towards the core values, positives, and negatives for each MMO and MMORPG listed. No game is perfect, and there are always trade-offs. Researching whether the negative trade-offs are acceptable is always going to be a matter of personal preference. If interested in a simple numerical score, we also allow users to rate games on a 5-star scale (with half stars). Keep in mind this may or may not accurately access the strength of a fit on a said personal level.

Top MMO games do typically have communities with dedicated players who feel passionately about the game. Involving oneself with a community is sometimes difficult outside of game, but some do use official forums or subreddits to hang out. The more invested in a community the players are, the bigger the draw will be to continue playing. To avoid getting too involved prematurely, focus on the gameplay at first. I think we’ve all been sucked into less enjoyable games because of friends. It’s definitely possible to find the right place with the right people – it just sometimes takes a few tries.

Going back to the original topic, what does it take to qualify as an entrant on this top MMO games list? Honestly, the qualification is just that the game does something well in a somewhat unique fashion. We do rank games based on overall popularity, uniqueness, and quality features. After that, we do recommend our MMO game reviews for more in depth analysis. But if the tl;dr sounds good then we say give the game a try. There’s no better MMORPG review than the one you write yourself!