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Master Geek

Topic # 13983 8-Jun-2007 19:54
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Are there any MMO's that are in first person style?

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  Reply # 75950 26-Jun-2007 11:00
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 WoW can be played in an FPS style view by zooming right in but your gameplay would be seriously hindered imho.

Personally i play zoomed out damn near as far as i can get so that i get a good perspective on what is happening around me.

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Reply # 76042 26-Jun-2007 20:34
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i've found a couple if you want to play them but im not sure what you mean by first game ? =/ well any ways here you  

- battle monsters, do quest, become a member, kill other players in the wilderness, increase your attack, strength, defence, mage, range for combat, raise your runecrafting, wood cutting , fishing, cooking, mining, smelting,. theiving, agility, hit points, hunting, herblor, and other skills very good game ,  

fairly addictive, gameplay 5/10,

simiar to runescape, 500mb client download, lots of sever updates, gameplay 10/10 , unless you have a very [expletive removed] computer and a slow net, its a no no

their are also someother ones

go to and scroll down to top 10 games their are a few good ones

[Moderator edit (MF): warned via PM, pease stop using expletives]

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