Forget MMORPG, its time for MMLSG

by | Friday, March 21, 2008

NYTimes article titled, Storming the Campuses on the next big thing on college campuses: GoCrossCampus! This new kind of a game (and game genre) has been described as Multiplayer Locally Social Gaming and the way it is spreading, it may soon need to add “Massively” to the front of that already clunky phrase, hence MMLSG!

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  1. Trevor Suozzo

    Great 🙂 As a online gamer myself i must say i have never played a game like mir3. It has a cool unique PVP system. You can try it urself search “Avenge mir3” in google.

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