MMO Co-Opportunities Volume C: Special Edition Celebrating the 100th Issue
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MMO Co-Opportunities Volume C: Special Edition Celebrating the 100th Issue

A look back over the past 9 years and ~100 issues

Nine years ago, in the summer of 2010, I began this MMO Co-Opportunities column. As a fan of MMOs, I saw value in highlighting the co-op opportunities (or “co-opportunities”) within individual games. For the first year, I was able to cover one MMO a month, focusing on the unique opportunities I (or my fellow writers) saw within each game. I couldn’t do this indefinitely, however, since there was both a finite number of MMOs on the market, not to mention ones I had played. I switched to a news round-up format, with the ability to fall back onto the original format when I was able to play a new MMO.

Since this is, in name, the 100th issue of MMO Co-Opportunities (turns out I made some numbering errors over the years and skipped a few numbers), I wanted to do something special. Below is a collection of all the MMOs we’ve covered on MMOCO throughout the past 9 years as well as the current age and availability of the MMO. MMOs are not as popular or as prevalent as they were when I first started this column, but I thought it would be interesting and valuable to take a look back. Enjoy.

Aion

  • MMOCO Editorials: Core game
  • Release Date: September 2009 (in North America)
  • Availability: Still available
  • Duration: Over 9 years

Champions Online

  • MMOCO Editorials: Core Game
  • Release Date: September 2009
  • Availability: Still available
  • Duration: Over 9 years

DC Universe Online

  • MMOCO Editorials: Core Game
  • Release Date: January 2011 (on PC)
  • Availability: Still available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and upcoming on Switch
  • Duration: Over 8 years on PC

Dungeons and Dragons Online

  • MMOCO Editorials: Core Game
  • Release Date: February 2006
  • Availability: Still available
  • Duration: Over 13 years

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