None at the moment. I used to play WoW...heavily, then burn out hit a second time, took a break and tried other games that were half baked and buggy (AoC, WAR, DCUO) and got rather fed up with the whole MMO scene. I tried to get back into WoW a while after Cata had come out, and burnt out within 9 hrs of play over 3 days. Then I dove into NWN2, bought the platinum pack that contained all 3 major releases, hit a couple of persistent worlds and much more fun. Tempted to try DDO as a result but haven't pulled the trigger on that yet.
Though I've come to the conclusion that any new MMO is going to have wait 6 months worth of live time before it gets any of my time, the nature of MMOs seems at odds with my life these days. My playtimes are during the day, which is nonstandard and thus makes getting in on typical MMO content a steep challenge for me.
On top of that, my job deals with the public while they're drinking alcohol and gambling, so when I run into trash talking self-centered obnoxiousness, my patience reserve is pretty low.
Still, I'm intrigued by SW:TOR because its Bioware doing it, though I confess to trepedation due to EA holding the leash, seen what they did with Mythic and WAR
. Guild Wars 2 likewise has my interest, but again, its a wait and see because the industry as a whole has taught me to hold off and let a title go live for a bit before touching it.
Because Funcom is doing Secret World I'm not going to touch it. I was extremely patient with them in AoC, everywhere from billing snafus, bugs, broken game play, incompetent content design, hasty and unfinished content, ect. Funcom burned their bridge with me as did SOE with the way they handled DCUO. Both games had captured my fascination initially because they broke with the standard WoW button-mashing and dance rythm, especially DCUO (and yep, a scarred veteran of EQ/SWG so this was SOE's last screwup for me). Because they had displayed initial innovation, I put my faith and patience in them, but on both accounts had that flung back in my face with typical MMO corporate disdain.
It drove home the point that a Corp should be treated no differently than a person who repeatedly breaks contract with you and fails to live up to their obligations, at some point you simply cut them out of your life and are done with them.