Re: Why WoW?
You could probably just trade a working cd-key with someone for a Guild Wars account. A lot of people, including my friends bought into the hype, and then were dissapointed when they realized that it not an MMO, rather, a single-player game with online lobbies. At the moment, im letting one of my friends have access to my source account for his gw account. To be honest, I haven't played CS since winter break, and I havent played GW since early summer. And I don't feel like im missing out on anything. My advice: don't go play an MMO, even if it is free. I have free access to WOW, and I have discovered not only is it not worth a monthly fee, it isnt worth all the dedication. Like, half of the characters on the servers are at level 60, which makes it pointless to even reach level 60.
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