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Guild Wars 2

I've always been a fan of MMORPGs, but I have a lingering issue with them. Usually, I have trouble staying captivated by a game for longer than a few days, getting bored and moving on to other things. Guild Wars 1 was an exception, and I entered the second game with mixed expectations. I was pleased to find the game equally exceptional, if not more so. The visuals are beautiful, the environment is alive, and there's always something going on. Quests seem less like a chore and more like an adventure, and experience grinding is almost nonexistent. Tl;dr, Guild Wars 2 kicks ass, and anyone even slightly interested in online gaming should check it out. Oh, and list is digs.
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