First up will be my current games, World of Warcraft and Guild wars. Both deserving of my two cents. Whether appreciated or not by the general gaming public, I will speak my mind on both.
My goal is to develop a base as to where, how, and what to rate MMORPGs on. Reaching out from there, I will push my own idea's on what I would like to see. We are all dreamers and I see nothing wrong with sharing my dream of gaming.
Without further hesitation:
1. WoW Review
2. Guild Wars Review
3. Comment on WoW's PvP system.
4. Comment on Guild Wars PvP balance.
5. Comment on casual gaming and being a casual gamer.
6. See what else there is in the MMO news these days.
Update: 8 Jul, 2007 - Re-edited post and applied labels. Added reflection.
Reflection: Looking back on this post, I wanted to reflect on what I actually did achieve on this list. I started, but never finished a multi-part World of Warcraft game review. MMORPGs are notoriously hard to review, which I found out the hard way. My Guild Wars review met a similar fate.
I have made several posts in regard to WoW's PvP system. And I am glad to report that many suggestions and discussions I had early on were eventually implemented into WoW. Cross server battlegrounds, a complete reworking of the honor system, and PvP Arenas were all discussed here well ahead of their implementations.
I also analyzed Guild Wars PvP, but never fully realized it's potential. I grew away from competitive Guild Wars after the guild I joined fell apart early on.
Finally, I have definitely kept my finger on the pulse of MMORPG news everywhere. I even managed to create some of my own with links from websites such as Slashdot and Digg.