Massively Multiplayer Online games are something that, not even twenty years ago, were a thing of fantasy. Giant virtual worlds in which you can communicate and play with people that may not even live in the same country as you? That is something that can not be real; it’s impossible.

Except MMOs are anything but that, and there are several games today available on the market that provide these virtual worlds. Games like World of Warcraft, Final Fantasy XIV, and Guild Wars have provided hours of entertainment for gamers around the world and have brought people of different nationalities together for the same goal.

Seeing as the worlds in MMOs are huge, the controls of these games can often be complicated, requiring players to memorize various keys all over the mouse and keyboard. While a simple keyboard and mouse setup are all one needs to enjoy these games, there is special equipment that can help to streamline the user’s experience while playing.

We are of course talking about MMO gaming mice. These specially designed mice are made with extra buttons and features than your typical mice, giving a player more options right at their fingertips rather than memorizing what keyboard key is mapped to what.

Today we will be looking at these MMO Mice, offered with various price ranges and features, to help you find the best fit for your gaming needs. Without further ado, let’s begin.

10. EUASOO Z-7900 Gaming Mouse

Our first mouse we will be looking at today comes from the wizards at EUASOO. And while this may be the first up on the list, it is one of the best gaming mice available.

For a modest price of $24, the EUASOO comes packed with features, including 13 programmable buttons. These buttons can be programmed in 5 different savable combinations to suit the player’s needs, each of which can be identified with a different color of LED light. And if you don’t want that LED light on, it can easily be disabled.

Design-wise, the EUASOO also has gamers in mind.  The mouse comes with up to 4000 DPI, 1000 Hz polling rate, 20G acceleration, 100-150in/s cursor speed, and an Avago sensor, which makes the mouse both quick and accurate. The mouse also has an aluminum metal base and Teflon foot pads that help both the feel and durability of the mouse.

The only drawbacks I can speak of for this mouse is that it does not have a left/right click scroll wheel, which may turn off some players, and some of the aesthetics also may turn away some players.

Overall, this is a great mouse at a great price point, that provides MMO players with many options out of the box. Certainly a great choice for those trying to save money for pricey MMO subscriptions.

9. Zelotes C12 Gaming Mouse

Our next mouse, the Zelotes C12 Gaming Mouse, is another mouse that comes at the $24 price point, much like our previous entry. And also like the last entry, the Zelotes comes with many key features that MMO players would love.

To start, the Zelotes has the same Teflon foot pads as the EUASOO mouse, as well as a contoured body. These features make for a comfortable and durable mouse. And for those looking for adjustable speed, there is a 4 level DPI switch, allowing you to choose the speed that suits you most.

For MMO players, the Zelotes features 12 buttons on the side of the mouse that can be mapped as the player chooses, as well as a quick fire key on the right of the mouse and built in 8-weights. All these features exist purely to suit your gaming needs in speed and accessibility.

This mouse does come with a few downsides, however. To start, for those that do not use a disc drive in their gaming rig, they will not be able to customize their mouse keys as those features come on a disc, meaning you would have to find the drivers else wear. There also exist some issues regarding durability, with some saying the mouse started to malfunction after a few months.

Durability issues are few and far between, though, so it is not something you may have to worry about. If you are willing to take the risk, this mouse has enough customization options to satisfy even the most jaded of gamers.

8. Gasky Professional Gaming Mouse

Taking a step back in price this time, the Gasky Professional Gaming Mouse is our cheapest option today coming in at around $14 dollars as of this writing. Cheap price does not mean this is a bad mouse by any means, however, as the Gasky has plenty to offer MMO gamers.

To start is the design of this mouse, which not only looks cool, but is made to be comfortable. The ergonomically designed mouse fits easily and comfortably in any gamers hands, making it a good option for those who hands may be too small for some of the other mice on this list.

The Gasky doesn’t stop there with its design choices, as this mouse also has 7 different LED lights, that change during gameplay and adds to the cool design. And for those looking for some more customization, this mouse also features 4 DPI settings, much like our last mouse.

On the negative side, this mouse does have less keys then others that are available, with only six keys on the mouse. These keys are also not programmable, which is a pretty big setback to an otherwise great mouse.

But at the end of the day, the price of this mouse is almost to good to pass on. It may lack some features of other mice, but what it does, it does good, and at a price that can not be beat.

7. Combaterwing Gaming Mouse

Our next mouth sports a rather… unique design choice, looking kind of like a hand held Transformer robot. Robot in disguise or not, the Combaterwing is also a great, $23 dollar gaming mouse for MMOs.

To start, the  Combaterwing is made to last, being made with a tough, aluminum-metal frame. This makes for a strong and nimble mouse that is unlike any other. Despite what may seem like a tough exterior, the mouse fits comfortably in the hand of the gamer, allowing for less hand cramping during long gaming sessions.

The mouse also has ten, programmable buttons on it, all hidden away on the face of the mouse. For even more customization, the combaterwing has four, user definable, DPI settings that are saved on the mouse and can be easily swapped with the use of the DPI button on the mouse.

Issues do exist with this mouse in terms of the included software and the mouse drivers. People have cited that the mouse’s drivers can sometimes glitch, causing the player to have to re-connect their mouse when waking their computer from rest mode. The software included on disc with the mouse is also criticised due to an odd UI, among other reasons.

This by no means should turn a gamer off, though, as both of these issues are easy fixes if you have a bit of patience. With a sleek durable design and customization options, the Comabaterwing can get an MMO player ready to “roll out”. (Okay, last Transformers joke, I swear!)

6. UtechSmart Venus Gaming Mouse

Moving up in price a bit for our next entry, the UtechSmart Venus Gaming Mouse will run you around $40 to purchase. But with an increased price point comes an increased range of features.

To start, this is the first mouse on the list today that provides gamers with up to 18 buttons, all of which are customizable. These keys can be customized and saved on up to 5 different profiles, allowing for nearly countless button combinations, which is an awesome thing to have for MMOs.

Another feature the Venus has that is made with gamers in mind are the speed options. This includes an up to 16400 DPI, 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz polling rate, 30G acceleration, and a  100-150in/s cursor speed, making this a very fast mouse that gamers would love.

The speed of the mouse may be a bit much for some gamers with certain preferences, however, as at max settings the slightest touch can send your cursor across the screen. And the Venus is also another mouse that suffers with included software issues, as the menus and options available on the included software disc can come across a bit confusing.

This is another great mouse for the majority of MMO players, though, as the amount of button combinations is hard to beat. And if you like laser-fast speeds as well, then this is the perfect mouse choice.

5. Redragon M901 PERDITION Gaming Mouse

Next up, clocking in at about $35 dollars, is the Redragon gaming mouse. And for gamers that love fast and precise mice for MMOs, or just gaming in general, the Redragon may be one of the best choices.

The reason behind this are the wide range of DPI options available with the Redragon.  Ranging from 1000 to 16400 DPI, the Redragon has five separate DPI settings for users, making for many potential options for gamers. This is in addition to its 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz polling rate, and 30G acceleration, making it one of the fastest mouse options in the price range.

Much like our last option, the Redragon also has 18 buttons on the mouse, all of which are customizable, as well 8-piece weight tuning, to help give gamers exactly what they want. And if you are a fan of LED colors, the Redragon has a whopping 16 million LED color options. And if you are not a fan of LED colors, don’t fret, as these options can be disabled.

There does exist some issues with gamer comfort. For starters, the Redragon runs a tad large in size, making it a hard choice for gamers with smaller hands. Also, the back column of buttons on the mouse (the 7, 8, and 9 buttons), are in an odd place, making reaching them a tad awkward.

Another overall great mouse in the $30 dollar price range. Providing speed and customization, and with more colors than a rave party, the Redragon PERDITION is an all around great gaming mouse.

4. SHARKK Gaming Mouse

The SHARKK Gaming Mouse, a mouse that comes in at about $50, boast that it is a mouse for the “Professional gamer”. With a wide spectrum of options and features, that boast may be one that the SHARKK can live up to.

To start, the SHARKK comes loaded with a lot of the same features that make some of our previous mice great. This includes 18 customizable buttons that can be set to 5 unique profiles, multiple DPI options, and even the wide range of LED colors that the Redragon has. All this is great, but when cheaper mice can do the same things as the SHARKK, what can set the SHARKK apart?

To answer that question, we turn to the build of the mouse. The mouse was designed with an ergonomical, medium size body that is designed with comfort in mind. That, in combination with its rubber thumb rest, make it a comfortable option for those with different hand sizes and comfort needs.

Comfort aside, there really is not too much to set it apart from some of the cheaper options on the list. There are also some durability issues, with some claiming a short life for the SHARKK, although these complaints are very rare.

It has a hefty price tag for the features, but it is still a great gaming mouse overall. And if your hands are on the smaller side, than you can’t go wrong with the SHARKK.

3. Corsair Scimitar Gaming Mouse

Our next mouse, the Corsair Scimitar Gaming Mouse, introduces us to the higher priced MMO Mice with a price point of $70. With that in mind, is the price of the Corsair worth the lighter wallet? Let’s find out…

The Corsair is certainly one of the most stylish mice on our list today. This is due to a slick design with a yellow and black finish. While the mouse is certainly nice to look at, it is also very comfortable in the gamers hands, designed with a curvature and grip that gives the Scimitar the best feel possible.

Design is cool and all, but what else this mouse provides is what really sets it apart: The 8mm Key Slider. This design choice makes it so players can easily maneuver the twelve buttons on the mouse, making keys easily reachable for anyone who happens to be using the mouse to suit their individual needs.

One of the drawbacks you may have already noticed, however, is that this mouse does have less buttons then some competitors, with only twelve available mappable buttons. Complaints do exist also with the “Corsair Utility Engine” software that is used to run the mouse, with some saying the software can be glitchy.

Even So, to answer my previous question: yes, the Corsair is worth the price. With unparalleled comfort and a stylish look, as well as most every other feature a gamer could want, you won’t regret paying the cash for this one.

2. Bloody ML160 Commander Laser Gaming Mouse

The Bloody Laser Gaming Mouse definitely has a name that invokes images of violent and futuristic action. And rightfully so, as the Bloody mouse has many features that make it feel as if it is something from science fiction.

To start is the scroll wheel on the mouse, which has an infrared design. This allows the scroll wheel to provide faster response than a lot of other mice. To add to that is the Bloody’s unique “Light Strike Switch”, which provides a super fast response speed of 0.2Ms, making it one of the quickest mice available.

To add to this is the unique design choices made to the Bloody in regards to button placement and the footpads. The 17 buttons are all strategically placed to provide easy and quick access, and the “X-Glide” metal mouse feet make the mouse not only glide smoothly, but also make it more durable then those that use Teflon.

Drawbacks for this mouse come to those who use MAC, as, while the mouse itself is compatible, the included software of the mouse is not, meaning MAC users may not be able to customize their mouse keys. And for PC users that can use the included software, it doesn’t get much better as the UI can be very confusing and convoluted.

While this mouse obviously may not be for mac users, a lot of MMO and MOBA gamers can get the most out it, should they be on PC. Quick speed and good button placement can make you a force to be reckoned with if you have the Bloody Commander Laser mouse in your arsenal.

1. Razer Naga Epic Wireless Gaming Mouse

Our final mouse for today, the Razer Naga, comes with our highest price tag yet, coming up to over $100 dollars. This may seem like a lot to pay for a gaming mouse, with so many options available, but the Naga does have one major feature that sets it apart from the rest of the mice on the list.

That feature is that the mouse is wireless. With the Naga, you can easily game at any distance you are comfortable with, and without having to worry about wires or anything else of the like. And when it comes time to charge up your mouse, the Naga can easily switch between wireless and wired while charging, with zero downtime in between.

Another unique feature for the Naga is the interchangeable side panels. The side panels of this mouse can easily be removed and replaced, making for multiple setups to make the mouse more comfortable for the individual user. This, along with 17 remappable buttons on the mouse, make for one of the most customizable mice available.

Two big issues do come through, however. To start, you are unable to use this mouse with Mac computers, as the Naga is said to be for PC only (although some people claim the mouse is usable on some gaming consoles.) You also run a bit of a gamble when buying the Naga also, as there have been issues with defective product. The manufacturer will usually replace these however.

If you are willing to take a gamble, then you won’t regret the money you spend for the Razer Naga. With comfort and usability in mind for almost every gamer imaginable, the Naga is probably one of the most user friendly mice available.


Well, that does it for our list of best MMO gaming mice. Coming in a wide range of features, prices, and sizes, we hope that this list at least provided MMO players with plenty of options when looking for the perfect mouse. Now that you have found some awesome MMO Mice, renew your MMO subscription and get to gaming!

If you have any questions about these MMO gaming mice, please leave a comment below and I’ll get to answering as quick as I can. Also, if you enjoyed this post, please share this with others.

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