The Daily Grind: Which MMORPGs have a permanent place on your desktop?

Or console or phone, etc.


On the MOP Podcast a while back, I mentioned that Project Gorgon had made its way into a permanent home on my PC, which is a bit of an honor for me. I use my modified start tab to house my permanent (mostly MMO) games, with a separate slush bin elsewhere for games I’m just trying out or hoping to get to at some point.

This is completely silly, really, and if you’re wondering, it’s in reverse importance order as the ones on the bottom get the most play. And yes, I should probably pull stuff like Trove and Guild Wars 1, which I no longer log into consistently, but that would ruin my rainbow. Anyway, the whole point is, the last MMO I added to this list before Gorgon was Albion. It had been a hot minute since I found a new-to-me MMO I actually wanted to keep on my permanent list enough to retool my rainbow.

Meanwhile, games like No Man’s Sky and New World continue to sit in my “queue” bin, probably destined to remain forever a bridesmaid and never a bride. I haven’t given up on them, though. Maybe someday, they too can join my controller rainbow.

Which MMORPGs have a permanent place on your desktop? How long has it been since you made alterations to that list?

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