I played WoW before they killed it with the BC xpac >.< I loved the original. BC wasn't too bad. Then WotLK came out and that really ruined it. And now Cataclysm is out and I haven't even touched it. They should have just made a separate one "WoW 2" or something. I miss the old WoW :\ Now everything is so easy and takes little to no work at all.
Really a quality game, everything about it is so fun in every aspect. It's really social and fantasy like, I've made so many friends through the game and had so many good times. The only thing I dislike about it is that the game requires everyone to pay monthly. Other than that I would recommend it to everyone
Coming from being an 'old skool' gamer, I thought Id give it a whirl after a couple of years after WoW was released.
Played it for the 10 day trial.
Found it wasn't my cup of tea, I am definitely not the MMO type of game player.
WoW hasn't struck any chords for my taste, there is very little of the game I find appealing to make me come back and level grind characters up to level 80 and pay $30 month for the privilege.
Mind you Hubs may slow in output from me once Diablo III is released
Both my kids play and they love it even though they are younger than the average players in that game. They have made good friends online and like to collect pets and all the cute items, yet they are awesome in battlegrounds too (for their age). I myself play with a human paladin occasionally with them. I like how they continually try to update and change things up so it doesn't get stale.
my (older sons) went from WOW to StarCraft... my gawd, those games are addictive.. they're both Blizzard Entertainment games.
Ahh...Starcraft II. Addicting yet I stink at it. :'(
Still stuck in Gold League myself.
(Although most of the problem is I get PvP jitters.)
As for WoW, played the 10-day trial, wrote about it, was disappointed. It's just too grindy for my tastes.
As Kangaroo_Jase said, Diablo III is going to consume my life. Once I get a job and DIII comes out, my life will be:
Sleep > Work > DIII > Sleep[back to start]
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