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MMORPGs are games that people play that are played by thousands of different users all at the same time MMORPG stands for Massive Multi Online Role Playing Game MMORPGs can be dangerous if there is too much game play just like any other type of habit They can affect you psychologically and can even change you physically if an addiction is formed Another thing formed on MMORPGs are relationships with other people MMORPGs are a great way to relieve stress and escape reality but if you get lost in the reality of the game it can come to change you in a negative way A very commonly known massive multi online role-playing game is EverQuest In this game players can create characters with different attributes skills and characteristics They venture this world of theirs fighting creatures and gaining experience to achieve higher levels obtain better abilities and fight even harder monsters True it may sound easy but people sit and play this game for many hours at a time A large percentage of people who play EverQuest have admitted to playing for 10 hours straight but you must remember that in MMORPGs people must put a large amount of time into it otherwise people generally will get bored of the game If people do not succeed and are always doing badly in the game you would think there would be no reason for them to play People get addicted to these games very easily There are plenty of great people to talk too even though there are probably twice as many people you will not get along with A lot of people lose sleep due to playing these games for and excessive amount of time There are also people who have tried to quit these games but have failed Even though they just started to play one time they had to continue after that Do you think that these people just think they are addicted
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