MMOG Pie Chart

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Post by WasteGate » 01 Aug 2006, 09:22

FYI - Pie Chart Link :D

The WoW MMO machine leads the way with Toon Town catching up fast.....
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Post by MJ » 01 Aug 2006, 09:51

you think wow has the leading share? hmmmm hard to tell in that chart...
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Post by MysticWarrior » 01 Aug 2006, 10:01

You sure WoW is on there? I mean, I can hardly notice it.

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Post by Dayton » 01 Aug 2006, 10:19

I loved UO :)
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Post by Spyder » 01 Aug 2006, 12:43

odd, I thought EQ2 had far more subscribers than CoH/CoV. But even EQ1 is still beating it! lol
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Post by Monarche » 01 Aug 2006, 12:53

That site is fun if you're into keeping track of MMOG stats.
http://mmogchart.com/
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Post by Skyte » 01 Aug 2006, 12:55

LOL @ Sony.

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Post by Spyside » 01 Aug 2006, 13:01

Nice post, quite interesting!
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Post by Nazz » 01 Aug 2006, 15:26

Sony actually has a realtime ticker in their officers that scroll past showing current server pops o_O

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Post by Rockitt » 01 Aug 2006, 16:52

Yeah but the ticker has a 5 digit display limit and they've never exceeded 4. ;)

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Post by Nazz » 01 Aug 2006, 17:17

Rockitt wrote:Yeah but the ticker has a 5 digit display limit and they've never exceeded 4. ;)

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Post by Gladiator » 01 Aug 2006, 18:12

Dayton wrote:I loved UO :)



I miss that game so much. First MMO. Best MMO. It held my attention for 5 long and beautiful years. WoW is struggling to keep me for a 2nd.
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Post by Chrien » 01 Aug 2006, 23:26

What interests me most about those numbers is the overall increase in the market that WoW has generated, and the question of whether or not those customers will play another MMO after they've had enough of WoW or when the next generation of MMOs hits the market. Probably end up being half and half I suppose but I've heard alot of stories about people who've never played computer games before, or hardly ever having gotten hooked on WoW etc, one has to wonder if they'll play another MMO. Making the market bigger might be WoW's only real positive legacy on the genere.
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Post by Gladiator » 01 Aug 2006, 23:29

Chrien wrote:What interests me most about those numbers is the overall increase in the market that WoW has generated, and the question of whether or not those customers will play another MMO after they've had enough of WoW or when the next generation of MMOs hits the market. Probably end up being half and half I suppose but I've heard alot of stories about people who've never played computer games before, or hardly ever having gotten hooked on WoW etc, one has to wonder if they'll play another MMO. Making the market bigger might be WoW's only real positive legacy on the genere.



Exactly. Look at The Sims 2. Best selling game. Why? Not because it's a good game, but because the mainstream audience appeals to it.
Compare Half-Life 2 or other lesser known games, equally as popular? No. Why? Because it appeals to geeks, which is the minority.
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Post by Tamburlaine » 10 Oct 2006, 22:51

Chrien wrote:whether or not those customers will play another MMO after they've had enough of WoW or when the next generation of MMOs hits the market.



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