Cool! I guess . . .
Cool! I guess . . .yeah....idk sounds like the creators of Age of Conan need some more advertising.
Yeeeaaaa.... sounds nice.. but me being the diehard WoW addict I am.. Meh.. I think I shall have to pass on this one. :(
I know nothing about Age of Conan, and I plan on keeping that way. I once spoke spanish in a french class in school a long time ago. Crossovers are bad.
Just sounds like another AoC advertising campaign, the game's been failing recently.inb4 frontpage ad
I'll say even if you're not really interested in AoC, I'd recommend entering this. The chances of getting the computer are incredibly high right now due to the number of entries. It doesn't have to be nearly as long/creative as some of the current entries, just a few lines works. It's random winners, not judged.
Eligibility: The sweepstakes is open to legal residents of the 48 contiguous United States and the District of Columbia, who are eighteen (18) years or older at the time of entry.Typical American, leave the rest of the world behind. Hmf.
getting kinda irritating that these contest almost never include Europe or other regions :(But still, nice contest as i enjoy both games (which is why i'm sad i cant participate since i'm from Europe)
What I find amazing is that WoWHead knows that The Matrix Online exists! WOOOOO! Score one for the redheaded step-child of SOE!
I watched the AoC trailer, its pure feminism.Theyre advertising like hell cos theyre losing customers :p theyre even advertising on XFire lol, with the motto going something like this: Who said Fur Bikinis are out of fashion?
I watched the AoC trailer, its pure feminism.Theyre advertising like hell cos theyre losing customers :p theyre even advertising on XFire lol, with the motto going something like this: Who said Fur Bikinis are out of fashion?I think the word you're looking for is sexism.
Feminism and Sexism are like polar oposites of eachother. :-)
Requires me to register....and I dont really want to dirty my room with an AoC case.
Requires me to register....and I dont really want to dirty my room with an AoC case.It's actually a pretty decent PvP-game, which is suffering from a bad reputation.
With Prizes to Boot? I get prizes? yay!
Zam.com is hosting an Age of Conan contest called the "Venture into Hyboria." To enter, you visit their forum thread and write a short back story explaining how your MMO avatar made it to Hyboria. It can be serious, funny, or silly - some of you who are more inclined to back stories and RP might get a kick out of it! Well, ya see, it was like this: There I was, taking the boat from Menethil Harbor to Valgarde. It had just cleared the dock few seconds ago... when I got disconnected from the server. When I logged back in, there I was - in Hyboria! :D
Feminism and Sexism are like polar oposites of eachother. :-)Actually, in some cases feminism is just sexism towards men, sprayed with patchouli, and accepted as "politically correct." ;-)I don't really care to try another RPG, but typing a few lines of text for a chance at a new gaming-optimized PC... how hard is that?
I don't really care to try another RPG, but typing a few lines of text for a chance at a new gaming-optimized PC... how hard is that?Which is essentially the point! This contest may appeal more to people who like to write their character backgrounds or enjoy the RP scene, but it also may appeal to people who like prizes!
I'll enter, but only because I can resell any winnings. Well, maybe.
I played AoC right from launch.For about a week.The only good part about the game was that there seemed to be an overlying tone of maturity amongst the players, which my friends and myself took upon ourselves to destroy. Within 24 hours of launch, we became the most hated guild on our server, and were on everyone's KoS lists. About a month later, we all quit.We have the same guild on WoW, and pretty much still *!@# with people on a daily basis.