A common misconception.
MMO is so much more than grouping together to overcome content. MMO is economy, MMO is community, MMO is playing against others as much as playing with them. MMO is competition as well as cooperation. But above all, MMO is freedom of choice.
On some characters, I only grouped once or twice in total, yet I wasn't playing a singleplayer game. I was most certainly playing an MMO. I crafted, bought, sold, bought low and sold high, I ganked players in the open world, got my own arse handed to me when I got caught with my pants down. I had good times chatting in /1. Can I do all this in a single player game? Nope. This is, most definitely, an MMO experience.
That is a good point.
Hm meaby i shoud join a pvp server.
There is something thrilling of rolling a stealth class following a enemy player until his "pants" are down then kill him
Thanks for clearing that up.
Btw crafting is possibol in skyrim but the rest not really.