Ah, the noble temport! The MMO equivalent of a mayfly, released in a rush, with the hope that the cost of marketing plus localization will ultimately be less than the amount of money brought in via cash shop purchases. They have limited lifespans, and in a genre wherein one of the major draws is the idea that progress is persistent and ongoing, having a game that’s released to shut down later can feel like kind of backwards priorities. A lot of our vocal commenters tend to pretty much skip on these from the start.
But what would change that equation. What would make you look twice at a temport and even load it up and make it a part of your play rotation, at least for a while? Would it have to be a compelling IP? A promise of a fun gameplay twist? A group of friends going in at the same time? What would convince you to play an MMO temport?