121Haru17Tue 21st Nov 2017 @subpopz No one should actually try playing an MMO, but I played WoW for like 4 years for what it's worth. On having a poor understanding of things though, you should probably realize that genres are not defined by what the words actually mean but by how the influential works within them choose to implement them. MMO means massively multiplayer online, but what MMO actually means is an online game that uses auto attacking, 'action bars,' fetch quests, and "YOU are special." If it didn't people would refer to Destiny as an MMO, which it technically is but people think of it differently because it's actually fun to play in part. And no, Zelda stories aren't all as bad as Breath of the Wild and Shulk Chronicles. In Twilight Princess Midna actually does things unlike Princess Zelda and is an actor in the plot, in Majora's Mask people have lives that go on regardless of whether Link is there or not, and in The Wind Waker Tetra and the King have their own agendas and act on them alone and by helping the player. There's a difference between 'other characters do literally nothing' and 'it's a game with one playable character who does all the gameplay.' You'll find it if you look for it. Don't hate me because I'm bnahabulous.