A large part of the appeal of MMOs is the communities that can be built around a persistent online presence. In fact, much of MMO debate stems from how games handle their communities. And that’s exactly what we’re discussing on this week’s Massively Opinionated vidcast.
We’ve brought on three different online content creators to discuss community as it relates to content creation: YouTube games reviewer and Brit living in Georgia Cosmic Engine; game designer, Massively OP writer, and man with magnificent hair Brendan Drain; and Twitch streamer and super Star Wars fan Redna. Each of these panelists has come to debate which content platform is the best for reaching the MMO community, what is the perfect guild size, what MMO guilds really ought to be called, and of course, how best to build a community-focused MMO.
The rules of the game are simple: Our arbitrator, Larry Everett, asks the panelist four questions before the show starts so that they can formulate the best defense strategy. When the tomfoolery begins, the panelist with the best argument wins one point per question. The panelist with the most points at the end of the show wins the internet. Let the debate begin.