I would say that mine is probably TF2 or possibly Maplestory. I play some others but really they are not worth my time.
Now its your turn kids...
Mech warrior Online was allot of fun when i was playing that.
Hopefully Planetside 2 has peaked my interest but i wasn't aware of its coming till a few days ago so i didn't get to try the Beta in time.
League Of Legends was a bunch of fun too, and like Planetside Phantasy Star Online seems semi interesting to to check out.
Super Monday Night Combat is my all time favorite free to play game. It is also my favorite multiplayer game right now. That game is so fantastic, and it is a real shame that it is not more popular. It is fast, funny, beautiful, and most importantly fun.
I am really excited to try Planetside 2 in a couple of days though.
I guess since Team Fortress 2 is now F2P, that would be my favorite, although the time I played it the most was back when it wasn't free. I'm also pretty addicted to Spiral Knights (during summers), although I don't think it's that good of a game...I just really enjoy playing it with my friends. Realm of the Mad God is pretty fun...but there are probably much better F2P games out there than those.
Tribes Ascend is one of my favorite FPSs, free-to-play or otherwise. Also, I've played over 200 hours of free-to-play Lord of the Rings Online, so I guess you could say that it's one of my favorites. I've logged quite a bit of time into Dungeons & Dragons Online as well, though the restrictions on that game can be pretty annoying; still one of my favorites. And from what I have played of the beta so far, PlanetSide 2 will surely be one of my favorite free-to-play games. I'm excited for it to launch in a couple of days.
Tribes Ascend is really fun. I played the Planetside 2 beta recently but couldn't really get into it. It obviously has a ton of depth but it was all but impossible to just pick up and play. I played for a good four or five hours and was just beginning to get a grasp on it all, which in all honesty isn't really good for a F2P game. I might play it a bit more after its released but it could really use an extensive tutorial or some sort of single player mode to introduce you to all the mechanics. As far as I could tell there weren't even any instructions on how to fly a vehicle or anything like that. Just all very confusing to me and it felt that I spent a lot of time just walking from place to place as the whole thing was so huge. I dunno I have to play it more, but I just wasn't getting the hang of it very quickly which is just not good for a game like this.
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