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Submitted by ThinkGeek 214d ago | article

Five Free World of Warcraft Alternatives

If you love playing Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPGs), you have probably heard of or even played World of Warcraft (WoW). However, for many people, the $15 a month Battle.net charge to play is a little steep. Of course, you could choose to play the starter edition for free, but it has so many limitations it almost ruins your gameplay. Fortunately, there are many games available that are similar to WoW, and you won’t have to spend any money on them, unless of course, you want to. (Casual games, World of Warcraft)

Codewow  +   214d ago
I am surprised Blizzard hasn't just upped the cap to 60 for the starter edition. Seems like that could bring a lot of new players around.

As for alternatives.. I can't. I've tried playing other MMO's.... They just can't do me justice after playing WoW for so many years.

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