The First Annual I Hate MMORPGs Awards

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 | 4

Replaying terrible MMORPGs would cause unnecessary stress, so the only natural step towards writing reviews on horrendous MMORPGs is by giving them awards and ratings based solely on my cynical memories of them.

If you disagree with any of the following scores, awards, or points, I don't care so keep it to yourself.

And the winners are...

Most Linear Stand-Alone World of Warcraft Expansion: Rift

Best World of Warcraft Fan-Fiction: Warhammer Online - Age of Reckoning

Most Obvious Attempt at Proving You Understand Basic Philosophical Principals in Latin: Tabula Rasa

Most Likely to be Played by Awfully Boring People: Eve Online

Korean Games (in no particular order): Lineage 2, Mabinogi, Ragnarok Online, Perfect World, FlyFF, Aion

Best Intentions (gone awry): Darkfall Online

Best Attempt at Copying Best Intentions: Mortal Online

Missed the Point Entirely Award: Star Wars - The Old Republic

Most Likely to Make 6 More Superhero Games: Cryptic Studios

Most Likely to Not Understand that Superhero Games Haven't Been Cool For a Very Long Time: Cryptic Studios

Most Convincing Proof that Gameplay Innovation Outweighs Extremely Unsightly Visuals: Minecraft

And the Award for Most Terrible goes to...


Did I miss any? Add them in to the comment section and I might add them on to the list.


  1. I'd like to remind you that Warcraft is Warhammer Fanfiction, not the other way around.

  2. Also, i'm pretty damn sure that every crappy-Korean-made-cash-grab ever is a mile and a half worse than Wow.

  3. Without the chicken there wouldn't be millions of shitty little eggs.

  4. Maybe, still, the chicken tastes better than the wretched half finished spawn.


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