Players Built An MMO Inside Of Second Life, And It Looks Wild

Players Built An MMO Inside of Second Life, And It Looks Wild

Woah. This trailer for Remnants of Earth is about as Second Life as you can get, but still -- it's an MMO inside of an MMO, and it looks bonkers.

Via New World Notes, Remnants of Earth is a cyberpunk game within Second Life. The developers explain:

[Remnants of Earth has a] heavy basis around classic pen and paper RPGs elements, like; dice rolling, stats, monster fighting, story driven events, MMO-like adventuring, and gathering. RoE is the first second life pen and paper table top game in SL, while still keeping the core features of any other roleplay sim. Players can interact with NPCs and other players to accomplish goals, and even engage in heated PvP faction wars. We even have a full crafting and mining system! Think of RoE as a fully functioning table top game in SL, like Dungeons and Dragons, or ShadowRun.

Some more screenshots:

Players Built An MMO Inside of Second Life, And It Looks Wild
Players Built An MMO Inside of Second Life, And It Looks Wild
Players Built An MMO Inside of Second Life, And It Looks Wild
Players Built An MMO Inside of Second Life, And It Looks Wild
Players Built An MMO Inside of Second Life, And It Looks Wild
Players Built An MMO Inside of Second Life, And It Looks Wild
Players Built An MMO Inside of Second Life, And It Looks Wild
Players Built An MMO Inside of Second Life, And It Looks Wild

You can check out the official website here, and visit the world here.

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Comments

    It may just be cherry picked shots but I'm rather surprised to see MMO characters (let alone Second Life characters) that are fully and sensibly clothed. Still got that Second Life Furry:Human ratio downpat though.

    Might have to check it out.
    SL gets a bum wrap for being "creepy" or whatever, but it ain't really any worse than any other part of the Internet. If you don't wanna see that stuff you really don't have to and there's plenty of other things to do that can be pretty fun if you're in the right mindset.

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