When I had first heard about a game that you had to pay monthly to play, I was thinking there was absolutely no chance I would ever pay a monthly fee to play a game. The same company who produced this game had other great games out and they were all free to play, so why should I switch over to a game where I would have to start paying monthly for? This is at least what I thought before I tried the game and actually started getting into and playing in.
I was immediately drawn to the game and it was the game play that definitely won me over and the creativity of the content played a huge role in my decision to actually start paying for the game. Like any game when you start and have no one to help you out, your confused and lost and a lot of gamers who had been playing a while were not too fond of the new gamers. While this was not the most heartwarming community I had ever met, the content of the game overall was supreme to any game I had ever played and ever will play.
World of Warcraft offers so many different variations of character creation and so many different aspects of the game that can be changed in so many ways. One could say that it’s possibly endless to name the amount of things you could change about the game to better fit your playstyle. Whether you enjoy strategy games or role-playing games, this is one game that will hook you and grab your attention and I guarantee you you won’t be able to stop playing. I tried to stop playing the game on two separate occasions and in my experience I always came back to the game, because there is just something about the game that hooks you in.
Warcraft has always been my favorite and I have been a sucker for it since childhood and even today that passionate fan is alive in me and whenever I play it, it gives Pokemon go spoofing vibes while coming across the different levels.
However, the graphics of the game are very cartoon like and this is one aspect of the game that I particularly did not care for. While this is very useful for grabbing the attention of a younger audience, the graphics overall are not too bad and still look fairly decent. I have no complaints about the audio and sound of the game except I wish there was more sound tracks associated with the game so I didn’t have to listen to the same songs over and over again, because after several hours of the same songs they get quite old.
When you start playing the game it will hook you from the very beginning and is one of the easiest to understand games if you just follow simple directions that the game’s tool tips lay out for you. The game itself is available to all age and fan bases and this is how they designed it, because while the cartoon like graphics draw the younger fan base in, it’s the quality of the game play that attracts the rest of the customers in. I challenge you to start playing the game and to stop playing because the content and game play will hook you into the game and it won’t let you stop. If you never play another role-playing game again, this definitely is a least one game you should try out and while it may seem bogus to pay a monthly fee to play a game, I promise you will not be disappointed.