A look back at the MMO and gaming science topics of 2018


Over the last couple of years since becoming Massively OP, we’ve made a concerted effort to improve the quality of our gaming science-related articles, as you may have noticed from our roundups in 2017 and 2016 and 2015, which get longer and longer every year, thanks in no small part to the fact that politicians and health experts are paying more and more attention to the public impact of the growing online gaming industry.

Also, yes, let’s be honest: lockboxes.

Read on for a recap of our best science-related MMO articles from 2018, from Raph Koster’s Trust Spectrum and EVE Online’s contributions to the Human Project Atlas to the psychology of Fortnite’s popularity and WHO’s “gaming disorder” classification. Big game data and the potential to abuse it have been much on our minds as well.

Don’t worry; there won’t be a quiz at the end!

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