Finally scored myself "WildStar™ Deluxe Edition Prepurchase" <3 ill be seeing you this weekend (and next and the next until last Beta)
Only if it was B2P ...
Since I managed to get one of my characters to LV32+ during closed beta, I can enjoy the four beta weekends without having to pre-order or obtain a beta key. I'll pre-order the game when things get closer to launch.
Edit: Scratch that, I caved in and pre-ordered anyway, because someone gave me a voucher that takes 20% off the price for the Deluxe Edition, lowering it to $60 USD.
If anyone is thinking of pre-ordering at the moment, get it from GreenManGaming and use this code: PLOCVS-G2T5YX-DATY6M
It's only good 'til Friday, however.
Last edited by Mikedot; 03-19-2014 at 07:17 PM.
If anyone is still looking for keys I just found a giveaway on a site in german, it just asks for your e-mail address. I typed mine and got a key on the next minute, lol.
Save your money! Dont buy it.
Nano.. Nano.. Nano..
"NO MATTER WHERE YOU PLAN TO SPEND ETERNITY"
I didnt really enjoy wildstar I prefer the more chill experience I get from TESO, Ill be playing TESO till bored then likely check out wildstar again but for the present ESO felt better 2 me.
I'm super excited for the release
The only reason why I think this game is getting so hyped is because they marketed it well.
It honestly doesn't seem worth a monthly fee, seeing as there are tons of F2P games with the same - if not, more - features.
I really hoped it was going to be basically "Walt Disney Presents: World of Warcraft", only to find it's even more dumbed down than WoW ._.
give it time , itl go free to play in less than a year
Eh, I found the game to be pretty meh before I sold my beta account back in november. My dislike of the electric slide gameplay aside, I especially wish that the tongue in cheek humor was actually noticeably present ingame. The dev speaks and marketing really amps it up but it just isn't there. I found warcraft to be more humorous for that matter.
Last edited by neomazoku; 03-20-2014 at 06:07 PM.
anyway, several of those games were very popular when they decided to pull the plug, they could've simply transitioned to f2p (because lbr server maintenace isn't that costly anymore) and would've probably earned more money in the long run.
Last edited by Acreon; 03-22-2014 at 12:27 AM.