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Submitted by LoudHawk 611d ago | article

What We Learn From Three Free-to-Play MMOs

Free-To-Play' seems to be stamped on to every major MMO we see. But does free-to-play work? How does it effect you, the gamer? We take a look at the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly to see how these systems can help, or hamper, their players (BioWare, EA, Industry, PC, Rift, Rift: Storm Legion, Star Trek Online, Star Wars:The Old Republic)

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