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  • H1Z1’s Alpha Early Access Night Gameplay Video
  •   The night is dark and full of terrors, you should well know it, especially when the world you are in is filled with both zombies and people who would love to kill you in order to steal everything from you, as it happens to occur in H1Z1. Today we have for you a video featuring some...
  • New Gameplay Trailer for H1Z1
  •   The H1Z1 Epidemic is going to drive our civilization to a post-apocalyptic state very soon. Check out the recently released gameplay trailer if you want to know what to expect of this zombie survival MMO title with dynamic environments and a vast crafting system. Currently...
  • What a The Last of Us MMO Would Be Like
  •   Here we are again with a new article for our “Imagining MMOs” series, where we have a little fun imagining how a certain hypothetical MMO could be, virtually designing features, graphics, gameplay and everything. After a Pokémon MMO and a Harry Potter MMO game we want to explore...



 

One Comment - "What a The Last of Us MMO Would Be Like"

  1. Nick 11/05/2015 at 23:28 -

    Very good article I will admit. Replaying the game recently on grounded mode (god help me) and it did get me thinking that it would make an excellent MMO. I think the idea behind it would have to be based just like Dayz, start with nothing, earn and build things then when you die, start back at your hub with nothing again, a new character for say. Only if team mates collect your gear can they decide to keep it, or take it for themselves. Plus the 5 vs 5 vs 5 would be good too but it depends on the size of the map. Being that most console games can now easily hold 30 people it would be best to have 10 per team.

    All these ideas keep you from just running around as you never know who may be where and what’s round the corner.

    Initially i’d hope for a game where you start of at like 15 vs 15 on a large map and like under the survivors rules, once you die you’re dead for the round. But it would mean if you die waiting around for half a hour for the game to finish but it’ll make it more of an adrenaline rush and you’ll be a lot more cautious.