Personally, I love the elegant simplicity of RotMG
, and that's the main reason I keep coming back. It's also why this overview is shorter than my usual walls of text; there's not much to explain or ramble on about in regards to the game, yet it still manages to quite enjoyable. In a world of big-budget, resource-intensive MMOs duking it out to be the next blockbuster, and the genre generally being afraid to try much anything new due to the costliness of breaking into the market in the first place, Realm of the Mad God
proves you don't need factions, shiny things, cockfighting, overblown lore, tie-ins to existing properties, or any of the other typical MMO trappings to be a solid, fun time.
As stated at the beginning of the article, Realm of the Mad God
is currently available on Steam, under their Free-To-Play category, but for those wanting the authentic, browser-based experience can head over to their website
, which has the game right there on the main page, and links to a wiki if you're into playing by numbers, and forums if you want to talk Mad God
shop with other players.
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