Albion Online Review
You could kindly call Albion Online "old-school" or "hardcore," which might appeal to gamers with a nostalgia for the days of corpse runs, griefing, and ganking. Less graciously, you could say it is repetitive, cynical, uninspired, and opaque. In truth, MMORPGs that survive their infancy often grow into very different games than they were at launch.
Elder Scrolls Online
Elder Scrolls Online is about as middle of the road as an MMO can get. It fails in some spectacular places for a multiplayer-based game, and in the same way I questioned what Zenimax was thinking when they announced it in the first place, I question just how long they'll be able to hold out before flipping the switch from paid subscription to free to play. In order to review this, I was gifted 60 days of playtime, which, as I finish writing this, has run it's course. While I don't regret my time in Tamriel, I think the most damning piece of criticism I can deliver is that I do not plan to re-up on my subscription. 60 days was more then enough time for me to determine that I would rather spend my time elsewhere.
If it can hold your interest long enough, and if you are enough of a fan of the action RPG to overlook its low points, there is an enormous amount of free content to take advantage of. With up to three characters earned through the game, and a story that took me about 14 hours to play, there is enough to keep you busy but necessarily entertained the whole way through.
PlanetSide 2 is a hard game to sum up. It's a beautiful, solidly built shooter that presents large-scale conflict like nobody else in the business. The rest of the game's enjoyment, however, is entirely up to you. If you can dedicate the time to learning the systems, decoding the cumbersome UI, and finding a group of people that you like playing with, PlanetSide 2 will be a blast.
World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade
There is no doubt in my mind that World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade is exactly what the fans of the franchise to the next level. This is not a new World of Warcraft experience, however Burning Crusade has enough new content that could easily keep fans of the game occupied for many months to come.