Submitted by MMOGamer 2053d ago | news

MMOHut: Best Free WoW Clones

MMOHut, "We all know that World of Warcraft is enormously popular. But should you pay for it? I say no. World of Warcraft launched back in November of 2004 when it was truly a unique experience. Nowdays, there are plenty of 'free to play' World of Warcraft alternatives, many of which are extremely high quality. It made sense to pay for WoW back when it launched because there was nothing else like it. That's not true today..." (Allods Online, Earth Eternal, PC, Runes of Magic, Talisman Online, World of Warcraft)

HSx9  +   2053d ago
thanks for these, I'm sure more people will find this useful, as for me, I will look into them in summer because RPGs are hard to play when you're busy with school or work.
Jrome  +   2053d ago
Allods Online. Nuff said.
rexus12345  +   2053d ago
this is for people who don't have money. I tried RoM and Allods, they are pretty much cheap ripoffs of WoW.

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