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World Of Warcraft!

Already one of the most played MMORPGs, World of Warcraft attempts to provide you with a great experience at minimal price, but will the game succeed?

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Traffic Jam: World of Warcraft does not have much of a story that is worth following, and instead focuses on pure gameplay without many interruptions.

World of Warcraft is already an absolutely massive game with an uncountable number of real life people to interact and do battle with.

The mass numbers that populate the world do not cause any lag or hitches most of the time though, and you will most often have a streamlined experience from beginning to end.

In WoW, the goal of the game is to battle your way through what seems to be millions of dungeons and reach the elusive level 50, all the while collecting as much gold and loot as possible.

Variety Is The Spice Of Life: In WoW you will be able to choose from a large variety character classes and have a large amount of attacks at your disposal.

From the 3ft tall Mage character class to giant troll enemies, WoW gives the player a ton of variety so as to keep you entertained for hours on end.

You will constantly be encountering new enemies, finding new weapons and spells and exploring new landscapes.

The Rich Man's Game: World of Warcraft forces players to pay for access to the game by either a pre-paid card that you can buy pretty much anywhere or by having a credit card on hand.

The cost of being able to play WoW is a relatively hefty $15 bucks that will come out of your pocket.

Whether you want to pay for a month of WoW or dinner is entirely up to you, but at $15 dollars most will probably have to choose only one.

Rent vs. Buy: World of Warcraft is a great game that features accessible, easy to get into gameplay that will undoubtedly suck up a huge amount of your time.

The impressive graphics, engrossing gameplay, accessible interface and huge community make WoW an outstanding game, but the $15 dollar monthly charge is disappointing.

If you have to social life or have otherwise have a massive amount of time on your hands along with some extra cash to spend then by all means buy WoW.

If you have a life though, you will have to decide if you want to spend $15 bucks a month for minimal gameplay time.

Report Card

The impressive graphics, engrossing gameplay, accessible interface and huge community make WoW an outstanding game, but the $15 dollar monthly charge is disappointing. If you have a social life or have otherwise have a massive amount of time on your hands along with some extra cash to spend then by all means buy WoW. (Krakrabbit.com)

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