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1. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 18:47 BST
Ive heard of a game called World of Warcraft, lots of people play it everyday or mostly everyday, I still play it a little but I was wondering who plays it just say yes, no and how long youve been playing it (or other things about it.... dont have to say how long though...) Ive been playing for about two years, 1st year was addicted and 2nd year, not so addicted...
Edited on Fri 28th August, 2009 @ 18:47 by OrdonianLink
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2. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 18:58 BST
I've played it for half a year. I didn't play it since 6 months though since I was on the way to become addicted so I quit (which wasn't easy but I'm glad I did)The game was fun though. I'd start playing again but I'm too afraid to become addicted again so I won't.
Edited on Fri 28th August, 2009 @ 19:06 by Roopa132
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3. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 19:13 BST
I were seriously addicted to Diablo 2 and can understand why.
4. Posted: Fri 28th Aug 2009 20:57 BST
I never played the game because my mother is hardcore addicted- it's really a turn-off. She's been playing since it was released (I was 18). Now I'm 23, and I can hardly bare to visit her sometimes due to her addiction. She works a minimum wage job and lives in poverty, but remains content with her living situation because of WoW. She pours everything into the game- it's her social life, her playground, her stage (referring to role-playing). Everything is perfect in her virtual world, and I feel she has lost any ambitions of bettering her real life situation. As disturbing as it may sound, the only way I feel I could really connect with my mother is to start playing with her. It seems some games are crafted so well, and are so much fun to play, that they can have detrimental effects on one's life, effects potentially encompassing family and friends. WoW is an incredible game. Some can enjoy it casually, others get completely sucked in. It's just something you have to be careful with, not unlike a hard drug. This rant is in no way an attack on WoW or any of it's players, I'm just pointing out the potential for addiction with such games.
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5. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 14:28 BST
yeah for what you guys said, thx for replying, When I said that ive been playing for two years... I quit for the second year and now I play it, like 2hours in one week... I can also see Diablo 2 getting ppl addicted... my friend is lol... great story by the way, amazing what games can do to you... right?
6. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 14:34 BST
I was addicted for the trial version of ten days. Then I got bored having to level up ALL OVER AGAIN!
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7. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 14:40 BST
8. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 14:54 BST
This was my problem. First it was PvM then I found the "dark side" that is Low Level Dueling. I have spent COUNTLESS hours on this game and every once in a while I can find the strength to walk away from it for a few months, but eventually I end up crawling back to it. I was actually offered $250usd for one of my characters a couple of weeks ago so now I'm kind of wondering what financial returns on my time investments I can make.
I will NEVER play WoW. I've heard enough horror stories about it and I would prefer to keep my soul. I have dabbled in Guild Wars though, which was fun, but it just doesn't have that addictive spark, which is a good thing I think!
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9. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 15:05 BST
I've played on and off since release in 2004. Mostly on, and yeah it usually turns out that I play way to much. Sold a few accounts as well, first one for 500$ before burning crusade, then 2x in TBC 300$ each and now I'm on my fourth account that I've had for a long time and will not sell, but I'm currently not playing either and probably won't be for a long time since I've finally grown tired of it. But that's how it usually sounds, before i shoot up some warcrack again.
Edited on Sat 29th August, 2009 @ 15:11 by Firkraag
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10. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 15:21 BST
You know, I've just never been able to see the appeal of MMOs. Takes to long to get the good stuff, and paying every month (yes, I know there are free ones) seems wasteful to me.
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11. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 16:28 BST
12. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 16:30 BST
Ive played it from time to time since 2006. not much though, maybe 6-10 months total.
13. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 16:33 BST
I found it terribly boring and fustrating. Boring gameplay and no involving story in opinion
14. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 16:37 BST
15. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 16:39 BST
I tried it at a friend's house one night around Christmas of last year. I love RPGs, but I don't get the draw of Warcraft at all. That's just me.
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16. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 17:26 BST
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Edited on Sat 29th August, 2009 @ 17:31 by Firkraag
17. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 17:35 BST
I have tried it but it did not run well on my low end machine.
18. Posted: Sat 29th Aug 2009 23:25 BST
lol I remember that
Yeah.... I play it once every week or maybe even not at all
19. Posted: Sun 30th Aug 2009 02:02 BST
I was obsessed with Asda Story for a little while, which is a free MMORPG, but I got bored after about two weeks. I don't understand the appeal of MMORPGs. It just gets old after a while, especially because you can't beat the game.
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20. Posted: Sun 30th Aug 2009 21:57 BST
yeah... neverending games suck!