Nexon has a few good 3d games.
Runes of Magic is another title that is pretty interesting.
mmorpghut.com has many games that they review and put into a list, so choosing one that is right for you should be very simple.
Try Fiesta Online. It's free, and made by Outspark. Very fun, and also the download is fairly quick.
Sorry - you've asked for the impossible; you either use a local media disc (DVD, CD, Floppies) or you have to download the software. If it's free, you are not about to get it on local media (someone has got to play for all the discs.) There are several online MMORPG you can download and play for free, Aeria comes to mind. You can purchase Guildwars at bestbuy or target for about $30.00 it is a good mmorpg that does not have a subscription fee it is 3D and is simialiar to WoW
Some televisions have a 2D to 3D conversion facility. It simulates 3D from 2D content and despite claims from LG, it is NOT as good as genuine 3D content. If it was that good, production companies wouldn't be generating 3D content, they would just be using LG televisions! Treat any 3D simulation feature as a bit of bonus. It is never a real substitute for genuine content.
Some 3D televisions offer a 3D simulation feature. It attempts to create a depth from a 2D image and is often not realistic. It is best to treat such a feature as a bonus rather than relying on it to deliver good 3D from any content. As with regular 3D content, make sure you view the 3D simulation before making a purchase and don't be surprised to find that it is not as good as real 3D.
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