I must admit that I have always been tempted to jump in to the MMO genre. But over the years, having lost my friends (and even some in my family) to the big hungry MMO lords like World of Warcraft, Dark Age of Camelot and Everquest, I decided to keep my distance.

Also, I never wanted to be these guys, who hooked up a treadmill in an attempt to simulate running across the plains of Azeroth in search of grand adventure.

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4 thoughts on “MM-O-Noz!”

  1. Wow. Just. Wow.
    I lost my older brother to the depths of Azeroth. He has a Wii that just sits there and laughs at him, as he tries in vain to level up to the max in time for the new expansion. Poor schmo

  2. I’m proud to say that im mmo proof, i once played WoW and i quit, thats right, i had the inner power to quit =)

  3. The video’s gone 🙁

    But yeah, I haven’t really lost anybody to video games yet, especially MMO’s, because I avoid them whenever possible. I had a really bad addiction for Oblivion, where I would pull all-nighters playing that game. I can’t imagine what would happen to me if I picked up WoW, despite my interest in it.

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