Hey everyone! Are there any games (MMO games, game sites, etc.) that you really enjoyed, but they are no longer around? I tend to find myself remembering games I've loved that are gone now, some more than others, and I was curious if anyone else had fond memories of a game that no longer exists. Among mine are: Star Wars Galaxies: For all the broken-ness of the early days, I still loved that game more than I've loved any other game, at least up until the last big game change (when they became a sort of clone of any other MMO and lost a lot of the uniqueness). Even setting aside the fact I'm a massive Star Wars geek, the variety of what you could do was just amazing. I loved the skill trees that were there in place of actual levels, and that you weren't limited to just one specific class and could be any number of combinations (unless you were going for one of the advanced hybrid classes like Bounty Hunter or something). You could be a dancer, a tailor, a medic, a droid maker, etc., you could hang out in the cities (both regular and player made), spend days (or even weeks) decorating your home or guild hall, battle on the ground or in space and so much more. Then of course there was the thrill of exploring and playing around in one of my favorite fictional settings. I'll admit that part of what drew me to Entropia is the similar vast variety in what you can do. They are two very different games to be certain, but they both allow a sort of freedom that you rarely find in any other game. City of Heroes/City of Villains: While I love superhero comics, I've rarely enjoyed games involving superheros. CoH/CoV was one of the select few that I did enjoy. Not only was there a lot of great costume choices (with more added all the time), but the power choices made for a lot of fun options. I'll admit parts of the game were bland grind-fests (particularly in the earlier days), but I still had quite a bit of fun there. When they added Mission Architect, that opened up all sorts of options for players to make fun little adventures. I spent days putting together missions that told a story (and more often than not, dropping in silly little homages to things I liked). I was also amazed at how others utilized it as a way of telling an origin story for their characters. I could list so many more, but I didn't want to create such a huge wall of text, and I'd like to see if anyone else has a game or games they miss as much as I miss those two.