Five reasons MMOs are broken

It takes no small amount of audacity to look at the most commercially successful genre of videogaming and call it "broken". But that's exactly what I'm doing. Assuming the first priority of game design is to create a good game, massively multiplayer online role-playing games like World of Warcraft have failed spectacularly, opting for commercial success instead of creative integrity, entertainment value, or compelling game design. If I were a shareholder, I'd be elated. Instead, as a guy who plays videogames, I'm continually disappointed.

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