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#27012 10-Oct-2008 10:28
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Just wondering has anyone tried out the new warhammer online game?

Reading this on stuff - and just had to laugh, can anyone really compete with world of warcraft?

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#170384 10-Oct-2008 10:33
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pebbles:  can anyone really compete with world of warcraft?

Yes they can, Eszter competed with it and one. Hence I nolonger waste my money or time playing it.

Also, as summer is almost here, I think sun/beaches/bbq's/beer and generally being outside will make for some pretty intense competition!

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  #170390 10-Oct-2008 11:23
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any GAMES shesh, any chance to prove you have a real, live woman huh?


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  #170405 10-Oct-2008 12:44
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pebbles: any chance to prove you have a real, live woman huh?
Why, do you want one too pebbs? Tongue out

One of the guys here at work is a uber-serious gamer who participates in lots of betas - Warhammer being one of them.  He loves Warhammer and has raved a lot about it since he was invited into the initial closed betas (within the NDA of course).  He thinks WoW is a bit Disneyish and boring, but he is more "hardcore".

Post-geek, opinionated mediaphile, and natural born cynic. Jack of all genres, master of none.

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  #176543 7-Nov-2008 10:00
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I play both games and have to admit I like Warhammer at first, but it got a wee bit boring as its more PVP focused.

I tend to prefer WoW because it has more player interaction, i.e. group questing, raiding and just farting around in general.

I don't think I'll play War as intensely as I have been until they integrate a little more interaction or more plot to the game.
You can level fast, fight and get bored.

WoW still remains my fave out of the two.

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