World of Warcraft – the good and the bad

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9 Responses

  1. Jenny says:

    I love this! I have played WOW for years and had characters that were high level. Good article, well done.

  2. Kai says:

    I know the post has gone goofy – seems to be because I edited it on my iPad….

  3. -10 says:

    I know the feeling, having long played EQ2 with similar results.

  4. Al Bain says:

    Never played WoW. Always liked the look of it but I have precious little time as it stands and i don’t get what i want done with that. 🙂

    I found similar experience to your own with Guild Wars. I love the game, I have a core of folks who work well together and even times playing with random internet peeps haven’t been too bad. sure there’s the occasional tosser, I’d be surprised to not see them, but It’s a quality game.

    Of course, it’s not just about the game, it’s about the experience.

  5. Karen says:

    I have heard a lot about this game though I haven’t played it my self. They say it has great graphics and interesting characters. Also they say that the flow of the game will make you stick for it for hours. But there is one negative feedback I’ve heard about it – they say it’s very addictive. Well I guess it still depends on the person if he will let himself drawn deep into this game.

    Regards,
    Karen

  6. Terry says:

    My addiction to WoW for 5 years cost me my current marital issues. To say I was addicted is an understatement.

  7. My husband and I have played WoW for a couple of years. Right now we’re playing Lord of the Rings Online, and it’s got such a different feel. Gorgeous scenery, lower level quests (in feel, anyway)–more realistic, I suppose. True to the setting of Tolkien’s books. It’s free to play (although we started it when it wasn’t, so we’re “VIP players.”).

    Like you need something else to do!

    • Kai says:

      LOL. I’m looking for a game that I can play long term again – that’s one of the things I *do* miss about my life. I used to get to take an hour out – every day to game. And that’s probably one of the things missing for me. Not sure I’d get on with LOTR online, but it’s something I’m thinking about right now – in general.

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