What is the best free RPG game on-line?

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  1. snowstar

    snowstar Notebook Enthusiast

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    Are there any totally free RPG game?
    I found one @
    http://xy.91.com
    But it is Chinese Version~
     
  2. sakor1

    sakor1 Notebook Consultant

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    Buy yourself a copy of Guild Wars. After you pay for the game itself, there are no other fees whatsoever. Very fun, very addictive game I highly recommend it!

    Stu
     
  3. coriolis

    coriolis Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    There are alot of beta RPGS out and those are often fun for a while...

    But I tend not to like free RPG's and go for paid ones, because the free ones tend to be full of 12 year olds who like to PWN t0 t3h m/-\X1/\/\u/\/\!!

    In other words, pretty immature kids...

    There are good people, but they tend to be quite rare..
     
  4. Rahul

    Rahul Notebook Prophet

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    Nah, those immature kids exist on all online games. I really hate videogame forums, its crawling with those freaks. I love these notebook forums as most people here are adults and very mature and nice.
     
  5. LuckMC11

    LuckMC11 Computer Extraoirdinaire NBR Reviewer

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    lol...what about www.notebookforums.com ??..i've heard there are a lotta immature kids there
     
  6. Dustin Sklavos

    Dustin Sklavos Notebook Deity NBR Reviewer

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    www.notebookforums.com is a lot worse than here. I second rahulnirmal's statement, these forums are really nice. There's a reason I stuck around after buying my notebook. :)

    People here tend to be very friendly and helpful. I just wish more consumers knew about this place.
     
  7. Dragon_Myr

    Dragon_Myr Notebook Evangelist NBR Reviewer

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    Yes, this place (NBR) is much better than that place (NBF). Going to NBF is like going to game's forum. You can complain about the fact that shots with a weapon are proven to come out the barrel of your gun at a 32 degree angle away from where it's pointing and the fanboys will report and whine until the topic is gone, even if it's fact. The only single exception to this rule that I have ever seen is BeyondUnreal.

    As for the free RPG I've heard a lot about something called Second Life. I looked at it, it didn't interest me, but it might interest you.
     
  8. LuckMC11

    LuckMC11 Computer Extraoirdinaire NBR Reviewer

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    http://thang.ongameport.com/

    It's called "Thang Online".

    Accounts are free and the game is free. It has full, and quite sexy, 3d graphics. Complete with all of your RPG needs, but a little lacking on the universe size and explorability. Best one I've found yet... and trust me, I've conducted many searches for free RPGs.
     
  10. Delvien

    Delvien Notebook Consultant NBR Reviewer

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    Not really, I experience alot more immature people here. Like you luckMC11.. And you know what im talking about
     
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