World Of Warcraft
Blizzard launched the fantasy-themed MMORPG World of Warcraft back in 2004 and took no prisoners, quickly rising to the top, where it remains at this very moment.
The game's overall setting takes place in the familiar world of Azeroth approximately four years after the events in Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. It also follows the standard MMORPG model by allowing players to create characters, level grind, join parties to complete quests, and so on.
On a visual front, the game looks great even after all these years (although some PC gamers may disagree, saying it shows its age). However, the title's immense popularity has been attributed to a handful of factors: its overall stability, the ability to perform well on most computers, its addictive social element, the rewards system, the amount of in-game content, its overall presentation, and more.
Players can check-out Blizzard's popular MMORPG by signing up for a free 10-day trial. The actual base game costs $19.99, while the first expansion pack, The Burning Crusade, costs $29.99 extra and the third expansion pack, Wrath of the Lich King, is another $39.99. Although the subscription costs $14.99 per month, Blizzard also offers other payment plans.