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    Pirates of the Burnung Sea adopts free-to-play model

    Swashbuckling MMO adventuring has never been this free-to-play

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    so many MMOs becoming Free to play these days...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tpex View Post
    so many MMOs becoming Free to play these days...
    yeah and so few bandwidth left
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crzwaco View Post
    yeah and so few bandwidth left
    shot! I'm going to have so many choices of which MMO to try when i get uncapped,....

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    Pls may we have this moved to the MMO Section
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    Quote Originally Posted by tpex View Post
    so many MMOs becoming Free to play these days...
    Its becoming an excuse for an MMO to be crap (more than usual). "Its pretty good considering its free, I wouldn't pay for it". Ultimately though, if you want to progress/compete/have fun, your going to have to visit that dreaded game ruining item shop sooner or later.

    Obviously my view won't be popular, but as soon as an MMO goes F2P, it is dead to me.

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