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Essays 28 February 2020, 17:13

author: Patrick Manelski

A fanatic of MMO-games, who's lost in the fantasy world. He won't say no to a good book or TV series.

Games with Friendly Communities

Contrary to popular belief, there are games in which players don't actually want spoil your fun all the time. Here's a list of network-oriented titles you can play without constantly listening to offensive remarks insulting members of our families.

Dauntless

  1. In a nutshell: a free Monster Hunter: World
  2. Genre: monster hunter simulator
  3. Business model: free-to-play

Dauntless never really had it easy. This is a game from a niche studio that no one had ever heard of before. In addition, it was also labelled a clone of the Monster Hunter series, released for the PC around the same time. Dauntless left this duel with a few bruises and a hurt sense of pride, but it now still stands, offering a nice alternative to it's more popular relative.

If you're looking for a less demanding production focused on a more arcade-like combat system, also with much shorter encounters, this is the right address. Dauntless is the quintessence of hunting overgrown monsters, without additional attractions we move to a flying island, search for a creature and start the dance of death. The community is extremely important here, because most of the battles are completed in a team.

And I must say that the people I've met during the countless battles were exceptionally understanding, compassionate, and generally keen on making the adventure fun. So, if you want to hunt wild creatures without unnecessary stress, you have to check Dauntless out.

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EVE Online

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