WoW Revisited


Well, the ten-day trial expired last Friday. I’ll save you any suspense. I didn’t buy the game. It’s not that I didn’t enjoy it. I did. Even though I don’t have a system that meets minimum play requirements, I found it to be a pleasant diversion. Yet, precisely for that same reason, I have chosen not to buy the game.

You see, playing PC games on systems that don’t meet the minimum requirements is very frustrating. Let’s face it, I don’t need more frustration in my life now. And oh, it didn’t help that Rebeccah quit playing. After all, a prime motivator in the first place was the chance to spend some time sharing something with her. Ah well. It was fun while it lasted.

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About Janet Logan

Well educated woman, transgender / transsexual, lesbian, Reiki practitioner, LGBT activist, polyamorous, and eclectic Pagan.
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2 Responses to WoW Revisited

  1. If you posted to FB “who’s playing WoW right now” you’d have gotten a ton of responses I bet. ;-P

    But yeah, no fun playing when you don’t meet minimum requirements. Just too much of a pain to be worth it. I still play although I’ve taken a break this past month to poke at another old, non-online game.

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