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I’d suggest Second Life (Very hard to get started on; great once you’re going. Potential to put in and take out as much money as you feel comfortable with. No need to pay if you know where to go.).
Entropia Universe (Expensive, as much as 10$ per day, everything you do _could_ result in multi-thousand-dollar USD loot drops.)
D&D Online (RPG/Dungeon Crawl. Instance-based MMO. Very difficult solo, very easy in groups. Some premium content; all unlockable for free at some point through your first character.)
> *Originally posted by **[Captain\_Catface](/forums/3/topics/279978?page=1#posts-6034405):***
> I’d suggest Second Life (Very hard to get started on; great once you’re going. Potential to put in and take out as much money as you feel comfortable with. No need to pay if you know where to go.).
> Entropia Universe (Expensive, as much as 10$ per day, everything you do _could_ result in multi-thousand-dollar USD loot drops.)
> D&D Online (RPG/Dungeon Crawl. Instance-based MMO. Very difficult solo, very easy in groups. Some premium content; all unlockable for free at some point through your first character.)
Really? I didn’t know that about D&D Online, tell me more :o?
Uh. It’s like a live (as opposed to turn-based) D&D 3.5.
The instances/dungeons are narrated by a narrator (Some by Gary Gygax himself). It has limited premium content (The half-blood races, warforged, and drow). A few classes as well (Monk, Favored Soul, and Artificer). You can unlock them just via the favor/honor you are awarded for beating quests on each difficulty. You can use a single character forever, via reincarnations, becoming more powerful each time you do it. The 20 levels are divided into 5 smaller bits each, to make it less grindy. You can level from 1-20 in a day if you lolpowergrind. They’ve just now started on epic-level-content, and there’s a ton of updates. Your stat tomes last through reincarnation, kicking in 1 point every 4 levels. Tons of holiday events.
It’s pretty awesome. Unless you’re a solo gamer. If you are, like me, then you have to build your character very carefully or you’re fucked. I use a warforged artificer, pure OP.
I have it downloaded on Steam, I tried it out a bit and it seems like something I could get into. Unfortunately though it caused my computer to overheat…. It’s not the games fault though, something’s up with my laptop. I fixed the problem temporarily, and I’m sure I can turn the games settings down so that I don’t overheat again.
[Well there’s always DayZ, that one Arma 2 mod everyone’s talking about.](http://dayzwiki.com/wiki/index.php?title=Introduction_to_DayZ)
Of course you’d need to spend $30 for Arma 2 Combined Ops on steam to install the mod, and a good enough computer to handle the game, but it’s pretty fun if you can afford it.
I like Garry’s Mod on Steam, but it cost $10 and you may want to buy 2 other games with it which is Counter Strike: Source and Half life 2: Ep 2. It’ll make it better for Garrys Mod lol. that would make the price $33.
Half life 2 is a single player game and if you want to know the story and everything you may want to get the other episodes or watch some one on youtube play it, something like that.
CSS is pretty much a just an FPS where there’s lots of different kind of gamemodes like Zombie Survival, surfing, Deathmatch or Multiplayer DM (main one), etc.
All 3 of these games are FPS (First Person Shooter) btw.