Let's face it, the gaming community is overloaded with a whole mess of self proclaimed science fiction geeks, whose passions have no doubt inspired the drastic influx of new MMO games over the years. When it comes to MMO gaming however, the Fantasy genre is the clear champion. There are endless choices when it comes to a fantasy style MMO game, mostly in RPG form. With so many rehashed ideas flooding the MMO market though, it can sometimes be difficult finding one that makes an online game worth playing over the rest. It may sound gloomy, but sometimes a bright and vibrant fantasy world just pales in comparison to the vast emptiness of the dark reaches of space. If you are one of those many sci-fi geeks looking for a great MMO, these are the games to choose. Here are ten of the absolute best sci-fi games the gaming industry has to offer.
9. ACE Online
8. Vendetta Online
7. Star Trek Online
6.GunZ: The Duel
5.Battlestar Galactica Online
4. DC Universe Online
3. Eve Online
2. Planetside 2
1. Star Wars The Old Republic
There are also futuristic guns and vehicles in case you have more of a bounty hunter personality. Don’t forget the trend on this list of providing battles in deep space. With the largest voice acting cast in video game history, it's hard to argue there's anything more enthralling than Star Wars: The Old Republic. This MMORPG was always destined to top video game lists; going free-to-play last year was just the icing on the cake. I don’t think I need to wave my hand through the air to convince a sci-fi gamer “this is the game they’re looking for.”
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