So you’ve heard about those fancy-schmancy MMORPGs that all the young whippersnappers are playing these days and how it takes months to get a character to the highest levels where the coolest game content is and you just don’t think you have the patience to bother, but you do have a ton of money burning a hole in your pocket and a desire to check these things out so what do you do?
Well you could always rent a high level character from GamePal. For a mere $199.99 a month (no, that’s not a typo) you can rent your choice of character in any of 14 popular MMORPGs including World of Warcraft, Star Wars Galaxies, EverQuest 2 and so on. Not happy with what you’re currently playing? Turn it in and switch to another character or another game entirely.
And I thought it was bad that folks were spending real money to buy virtual items and gold, which GamePal will also sell you. Along with a Power Leveling service if you already own a game and just don’t have the patience to level your character yourself.
Maybe it’s me, but isn’t this sort of thing missing the point of playing the game? I’ve actually found myself playing my level 60 character less than my lower level alts as of late simply because there’s so much of World of Warcraft that I’ve not seen yet. I suppose if you’ve got the money and you’re only interested in the PVPing aspect of the end game then this would be right up your alley, but I still have a hard time getting my head around it.
Found via Wonderland.