Global Chat: The MMO Blogs You Should Be Reading in 2023

Welcome to a new year of global chat – and with it a wide range of MMO blog essays, questions, guides and fan analysis. One of the reasons I enjoy doing this column is because I give some attention and love to passionate projects out there. And with that in mind, here are the blogs you should be reading in 2023:

24 Hours in MMOs, A Green Mushroom, A Missioneer in EVE, Ace Asunder, Aeternus Gaming, Ardwulf’s Lair, Ash’s Adventures, Aywren Sojourner, Backlog Crusader, Battle Stance, Beyond Tannhauser Gate, Blessing of Kings, Book of Jen, Can I Play Too?, Chasing Dings, Coffee Cakes and Crits, Contains Moderate Peril, DDO Central, Digital Visceral, Dragonchasers, Dragons and Whimsy, ECTmmo, Endgame Viable, Everwake, Fashion Ninjutsu, FibroJedi, Galactic Antics, Galumphing, Gamer Girl Confessions, Gamer Reverie , GamingSF, Gnomecore, Grand Order of the Lost Mathom, Hardcore Casual, Hundstrasse and I Have Touched The Sky.

But wait, there’s more! There’s I’m Not Squishy, ​​In An Age, Indiecator, Inventory Full, Jinxed Thoughts, Johnny B Gamer, JVT Workshop, Kamalia Et Alia, Kaylriene, Killed in a Smiling Accident, Knifesedge Blogs, Later Levels, Laurel’s LOTRO Den , Leaflocker, Leo’s Life, Linas Biscuity Burrow, Mailvaltar, Many Welps, Matt Fossen, Me vs Myself and I, Micki’s Delirium, MMO Bits, MMO Casual, MMO Fallout, MMO Folklorist, MMO Juggler, MMORPG Blog, My Life in Azeroth, Nerd Girl Thoughts, Nerdy Bookahs, Neverwinter Thoughts, Nomadic Gamers Eh, Not Too Serious Gamer, Casual Hero, Parallel Context, Perks N Peeves, Pixel Fairy, Pugnacious Priest, Recollections of Play, Retro MMO Gamer, and Secrets of the Spiral.

And if you order now you will get Shadowz Abstract Gaming Blog, Shards of Imagination, Spot of Mummery, StarShadow, Superior Realities, Swordroll’s Blog, Tales from the Backlog, Tales of the Aggronaut, The Ancient Gaming Noob, The Friendly Necromancer, The for free Grumpy Gamer, The Last Chapter, The Nosy Gamer, The Parent Trope, This Week in Aurebesh, Through Wolfys Eyes, Thyanel Plays, Time to Loot, Tobold, Tome of the Ancient, Unidentified Signal Source, Virtual Bastion, Vulkk, Why I Play , Words Under My Name and WoW mishaps!


command go goes deep SWTOR’s 7.2 Storyline: “In general, it’s more fun to play width than length – which doesn’t mean you can’t have both, but realistically it seems that Bioware investments in one will always result in cuts in the other. Accordingly, Showdown on Ruhnuk is a fairly lengthy story update, but it doesn’t have much breadth.”

MMO folklore has a list of the best Star Wars galaxies Servers for every player type: “Whether you’re trying out the game for the first time or you’re a returning player, finding the right server for you can be difficult to get started. Suffice it to say there is one Star Wars galaxies Servers for every type of MMO player, and this guide should help you figure out which ones to try for yourself.”


The old gaming noob made an inventory EVE Online in the 20th year: “So it is a time of mixed feelings. A big expansion and things looking better after a few years of fighting seems reason enough to be optimistic. But player count has gone down…and not knowing how much of that expansion boost is due to CCP giving every account a week of Omega time…gives pause.”

gnomecore discovered the joy of FFXIV Tribal Quests: “Not just the traditionally great storytelling, but they take place in a specific location that improves as you advance through reputation and storyline (like Halfhill Farm or Garrison in Impressive). Even though I don’t benefit from XP anymore, I plan to see it through to the end with all the alts for that reason alone. And of course, reaching the high reputation ranks gives you access to multiple goods, including mounts – I can’t say no to that.”

It's a landscape.

The Lazy Goldmaker has eight tips to help you earn gold Dragonflight from WoW: “Profession tool enchantments are incredibly powerful. Always get the Quality 3 One, inspiration for inspirational builds and ingenuity for everything else. This will pay off in the course of this expansion.”

Nerd Bookahs looked back on an MMO journey in 2022: “My biggest surprise was getting back into it LOTRO. Again. I never uninstalled the game because I’ve returned several times over the past few years, each time for at least a few hours. I’ve always tried to play a Beorning because the class is fun to play. But it’s not a hobbit. And it is not an overseer.”

blankTons of amazing, insightful, and unusual articles are published in the MMO gaming blogosphere every day – and every day Justin reads as many as he can. Global Chat is a selection of notable essays, rants and guides from the last few weeks of MMO discourse.

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Curtis Crabtree

Curtis Crabtree is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Curtis Crabtree joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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