I haven't played this since wrath of the lich king, I'd much rather go play DDO, or LOTRO for my MMORPG fix, these are games where you buy quest packs one time, and it's free to play so come back whenever you like.
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Best expansion so far (in my humble opinion), and they do seem to release content much faster this time. The xpac only came out in september and they are already releasing the 2nd content patch in a few weeks. Definitely worth it at $40, and at $20 it's a no-brainer.
This sounds like a marketing plug. You cannot be serious......... Wow died. I used to love the game, but it's done. Nothing to see here.
This is why I've been browsing less and less on slickdeals as of recent. If you have even the slightest difference of opinion people have these crazy conspiracy theories.
I pop on WoW every now and then to check it out, and after getting MoP on the last $19 deal I agree. I think it's pretty solid addition. I didn't like what they did to talent tree but meh.
Also, I agree with what a previous user said. If you can only play on the weekends and even then only for a few hours a weekend that $15 a month stings.
Agreed on both. I understand the reasoning behind the new talent trees but I don't like the implementation of it. I wish we had more options. Even with "cookie cutter" builds in the old trees, you still had some wiggle room for those little perks you wanted. Here you have none.
About the monthly fee, well, $15/month (plus tax...) is pretty steep. However, if you pay for 6 months in advance I think it comes down to about $12/month. And if you keep an eye out for game time cards on sale, you can get it even lower.
I get so tired of all the haters of the "welfare gear." Grinding Valor Points at a 1k limit per week, when the typical items costs 2k+ certainly takes time. Just doing the Looking For Raids and the daily Heroic dungeon won't cap you. And the Looking For Raids mechanic only awards sub par gear as compared to regular raiding and heroic raiding. Complaining about easy loot is nonsense, go raid regular and heroic if you feel that way.
Looking for raid mechanic was introduced last expansion, and it is amazing. It allows everyone to be able to view the end game content that used to be only viewable by a very very small percent of raiders. So what you get "purple" gear from it, its still sub par to regular raiding gear. It still requires progression of running Heroics to get the appropriate item level. You shouldn't have to devote countless hours and days to progressive raiding just to see a glimpse of the end game content.
And for those who cry about 40 mans and LFR too easy... Again, raid Reg and Heroics if you wanna cry about LFR. And 40 mans? Pfft, I will never miss waiting in MC for hours on end trying to get everyone there. People who say they miss it, simply never did it. I've end game raided every xpac since vanilla.
Sooo, good deal, good game. Better than last expansion, so some hope left for this franchise.
Brawler's guild is also a nice perk to the expansion: gives those "solo'ers" of WoW some attention as well. Overall, I thought it was a pretty balanced and interesting expansion. Still a great game, and always something new to do IMO ^_^
GAWDDAMN IT, I JUST BOUGHT THIS DAMN THING YESTERDAY.
I bought this from Target after they price-matched Amazons original price. Is it possible to go back to Target and have them honor Amazons new price? (I know Amazon has a 2-week price guarantee thingy, but I don't know if Target has one, let alone guaranteeing a price-matched price)
(edit) yes, they did.
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