Discussion in 'Free MMORPG' started by HappyDays, May 27, 2017.
I just watch youtube and find out about them
Randomly as I was searching for a good mmo on the app store then I came across this and been here since.
Yeah true watch some gameplay first then you download the game.
Yea true, normally I also watch some reviews on different sites so that I can be sure it's good
I usually use the charts to find new games No good games have been coming out lately, so I'm glad AQW3D did!
well one example i played dragonfable and wizard 101 was advertized there so i decided to play it. i love it but i can't get to do more after reaching the dreaded firecat alley because it costs money lol
Most of the time I just look at gameplay on YT and decide there, unless a friend recommends a game then i just try it lol
Hmm. Some games are recommended by my friends, cousins, & my brother.
Sometimes i stumble upon games too.
Sometimes I find online games through YouTube ads or YouTube video recommendations, through social media like FaceBook and Twitter, or from friends such as my real-life friends or my video game friends.
Looking at game sites and forums like Gameogre.com.
(Of course i always check YouTube for gameplay Videos...)
I pretty much search new online game on Google, then read a couple of reviews and continue on from there lol.
i saw it in the website and my friends
What does that mean? You would find an advertisement and check it out after?
i got some extra bandwidth so...
I found it on my friend's PC. Hehehe!
What a great way to find new games lol
Yeah I usually go to my friend's house to hang out then that time I decided to check what's on his pc. So yeah, I did not see any dark secrets but cool games. LOL!
Youtube man, only youtube
Online gaming sites such as Kongregate, OzoGames, ArmorGames etc..
Most find an online game via introduce by friends/families. The veteran find them via the gaming websites (like thie one). And on higher ranks, there's communities about games on Discord where you get news about games all day long.
Yep true. Some of the first games I ever played were recommended by friends or some of my family members who had some knowledge in video games bought me them and that's how I got started
That is somewhat true. If your friends talk about a game or play one in front of you, you're usually tempted to try it out for yourself. That's sort of how I felt with childhood games, by being influenced by other people enjoying games.
Discord can be great sometimes, but usually Discord sticks to whatever game topic the community focuses on rather than new games.