Monday, September 18, 2006

World Of Warcraft

Hmmm....... I have been missing for 9 months.......

Deeply embedded in the immersive World of Warcraft. If one does not attempt to play the game, one cannot understand the massive world and unique role-play which it can offer. It is arguably the BEST game non-excluding other genre of games.

WOW(World of Warcraft) offers an entirely new dimension for you to explore. You will need to choose a race, human, nightelf, dwarve, gnome, orc, troll, tauren or undead. You will also need to decide which class (liken to real-life's Professional Career), namely a tough Warrior, a stealthy Rogue, a Legolas-like Hunter, a righteous Paladin, mystical Shaman, Evil Warlock, magical Mage, Shape-shifter Druids or a healing Priest.

You get to decide on your money making hobbies like Blacksmithing, Engineering, Alchemy, Leather-working, Herbalism, Mining, Tailoring and Enchanting etc etc. The game even has Cooking for the domesticated player, First Aid for those who do not even know what CPR means and Fishing for fans who enjoy waiting by the waterways trying to hook something that moves.

Yes, this game has hooked me up for months and it offers me great value over sports or other hobbies. We make friends online, fight together online and even get killed in a party online. we talk crap and enjoy going through thick and thin in the game.

Yes, its $25 per month subscription but its money well spent considering the number of games bought and tested by me. Let's see how long I continue to be engaged by this immersive and expansive game.

So while I am away for an extended period, whomsoever still reads this stuff here, go try this game and give me an update and tell me what you think.

For The Wind