Is the new star wars game worth the initial cost and the $15 monthly fee?
I really want to try this game. does anyone know what is offered via the monthly fee? why do you have to pay to play?
I know that right now I can get an Xbox live membership for $20.00. But that is for three months! Fifteen a month sounds a bit high. Anything is worth the price if it is fun enough though.
Well I think it is definitely worth the money. If you aren't sure if you will like it, consider the fact that the game is along the same lines as WoW except with a Star Wars theme. I do believe Wow is now free to play until level 20, so you could try it out if you aren't sure you'll like that kind of game play. Another free to play game that you could try out to test out to see if you'll like the world of MMORPGs is Perfect World International. It is totally free to play, you just have to pay for extra items if you want them.
The monthly fee just gives you access to play the game, and they charge you because the company needs to make money.
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