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Submitted by schmoe 525d ago | article

Top Tuesday: 5 More Free-to-Play games

I know I'm being Captain Obvious saying this, but being a gamer is not a cheap hobby. With the price of petrol, food, rent, car payments, school fees, Telkom and everything else people need to survive, ring fencing R699 out of your paycheck isn't an easy thing to do. But we're a tenacious bunch, so we make do without some essentials, because COD is some important $#!T, yo! But you can only eat ProNutro for so long before a medical professional insists you add vegetables and perhaps a chop (Hawken, PC, Riot Games, Warframe, Wargaming.net)

bosbvok  +   525d ago
World of Tanks = Win! The nice thing about this F2P games is that free does not mean rubbish. These are some amazing games and the nicest thing is - I don't mind chipping in a few $$$ if its a decent game. Better than spending a whole bunch of cash on a gaming, taking it home and find out its rubbish (done that a few times). Still..don't forget about TF2 in that list :)

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