I've been sick since Sunday, and took Monday and Tuesday off to sleep in until 11am and hope for my cold to disappear. It hasn't disappeared, but during that time I had a lot of time to play EA and Funcom's new MMO, The Secret World.
I'm not a big player of MMOs - I've never played World of Warcraft (no, really) for fear of getting horribly addicted. I've seen it happen, and it's ugly. DC Universe Online is one of the few MMOs I've spent a significant amount of time on, but it's been quite a while since I played that, too. So when I logged into The Secret World, which is predominently PvE, I had forgotten that people who play MMOs are generally friendlier and more helpful than the average gamer. I play a lot of shooters, a lot of RPGs, a lot of adventure games, and the general attitude in The Secret World, comparatively, is actually a really nice change.