Get addicted to WOW via a download

By Spencer . April 5, 2007 . 4:41pm

 

Have nothing to play over the extended weekend? Why not get addicted to World of Warcraft? ATT Blue Room is hosting a download with a 14 day free trial of WOW, which should fend off boredom while the stock market and some schools get extra time off. Log on with eight million other players, but remember to quick after the 14 day trial otherwise you might be facing this.


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  • Aoshi00

    One would need to pay a hefty price after the first free 14 days. I don’t think I would ever want to touch WoW.

  • Veilknight

    I have a friend who has desperately trying to persuade me to play WOW. I’ll tell you, when deals like free trials for the game pop up from time to time, it’s almost too hard to resist.

    I know how it feels to get addicted to an MMORPG. The only one I really took interest in was PSO (mainly because of my love for all things Phantasy Star). I loved and played the game to death, having fond memories of grinding my HUmar in the forest.

  • ShadowMarth

    If you want to, send me your email adress… I can send you a trial and get a free month by getting you to sign up…

  • Aoshi00

    The only MMORPG I’ve experienced is FF XI on the PS2 for about 2 months, some aspects were indeed fun. But I simply didn’t have time to keep up, it felt very much like a chore after work, and if I didn’t make time to play I would be wasting my monthly fee. Also it means that I have to devote all my time to one single game and can’t enjoy the rest of the other great games, so I don’t intend on touching another MMO really, time just doesn’t permit.

  • Veilknight

    Agreed on every point, Aoshi00. Although a deciding factor for me when I was playing PSO is the fact the online play was absolutely free. You could play whenever the opportunity arrived without having to worry about not getting your money’s worth because of some fee. Even the offline mode served its purpose, as by working your way through missions/dungeons and improving your stats everything (items included) were carried over online.

    I’ll probably take you up on this offer, ShadowMarth, but most likely around Summer as that’s when I have a lot more free time on my hands compared to now.

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