Just thought I'd start this up, if there's a similar one already I apologize. I've always been into online games so lately I've been trying out a few of the ones available through steam or that I find through ads and such. They are as follows: Star Conflict: Always loved space games and this one is surprisingly fun and free. The pvp is a main attraction here and I don't normally like too much pvp...I guess you can liken it to World of Tanks in space (WoT is fun too). Defiance: Paid for it on release but still haven't put a whole lot of time in. Friends said they were going to buy and out of the 5 that did, i'm the only one that actually forked over cash heh...traitors! Anyway, game is fun and reminds me of fallen earth + borderlands. Social aspect of the game needs help, most of the time it's easier / more fun to solo than to run with another person. Cash shop is there but offers mostly skins...if you get into the game you might eventually buy one because you don't get armor upgrades that change your look like in other games, and I personally like visual changes to my characters. Tera: Played since beta up until going free, good game but I was burnt out near the transition...May go back to it later Vindictus: Friend got me into it and it was enjoyable for a free mmo. Not much exploration though, as the dungeons are all instanced and mostly easily soloable. Characters look nice, but very limited since their classes are gender locked (i.e. female mage, female dual sword wielder, male archer etc.). Cash shop seems mostly tame but pricey, and if you want special character creation skins / hair / undergarments you have to pay more than necessary. Dragon Nest: Similar to Vindictus but more cartoony, I actually enjoy the story / quests and the dungeons can be challenging enough to keep me interested. Biggest negative for me again is the cash shop, since they offer looks that should be available at character creation, and the quality of life improvements they offer are too handy...End game, some things are necessary so I don't know if this one will last long. Scarlet Blade: Saw the ad for a mature mmo and clicked it, played for awhile through all the classes to see the gameplay and decided to uninstall it a few days ago. Nice visuals, but it's a little over the top even for me. Story didn't keep my interest, but it was fun seeing how much LESS clothed the next armor set would make my character. Gameplay itself is ok, but I've grown accustomed to the more active combat in games like tera, vindictus and dragon nest. Tab target + button mash doesn't feel the same anymore. If all you want to see is nudity and scantily clad women, I'd skip the game and surf the internet. Warframe: Didn't spend much time here, but in my experience, the concept and gameplay are fun. This one is best enjoyed with a friend, since you usually end up in a group of random people anyway. Yet another instanced mmo, but the menu made it interesting. Still, not enough to keep my interest so this one was uninstalled as well. WarZ: Can't even play this anymore, company messed up too much to recover it seems. Between a tepid anti-hack and an overabundance of said hackers, your only option is to join a private server, and even that won't guarantee a hack free environment. I had fun playing this early on with friends, but its currently a mess. When the company decided to sell private servers, most people were shocked to see that they were selling off their public servers...as a result, you will see a few hundred EMPTY private servers and a handful (about 5-10) of public servers that are filled to capacity with either hackers or people intent on stealing your loot. Had potential, but ultimately ruined by poor management.