I am not entirely sure if PowerUp counts as an MMO and to be honest, I don't really care. It isn't like I have reviewed a real MMO for a while anyway so I am not too terribly concerned since no one seems to bring it up. I suppose people have to read these atrocious articles in the first place to realize my elaborate scam but fortunately for me, that never happens!
Well I suppose that about does it for the MMO Roulette this bi-week. I hope that this article taught all of you the importance of saving energy and building windmills. After all, I know that I did at least as well teaching as PowerUp could ever hope to.
I'd like to thank the following people for helping me save the earth by playing a horrible computer game: Helmholz, The Skeep, Kamoc, Franco Spanish, PonchAxis, Asok, Kolobus, Captain Novolin, CrazySniper, antiloquax, and Gustavus.
Can you figure out which clickbait headlines are a gross parody of journalism itself, and which are fake?
Forget Target or Best Buy, if you want deals this Black Friday you can't do better than smoking massive, mind-melting quantities of DMT.
You cant go around life being smart in an unconventional way, it could change the world.
"Free" MMORPGs have grown in popularity to the point of supersaturation. How on Earth can one person possibly play them all and determine the best platform for painfully long level grinding, illiterate online communities, and fatal bugs? MMO Roulette examines a different online "free" role playing game every other week, providing you the lowdown on each. Every chamber is loaded when you play MMO Roulette.