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3-01-2012 @ 8:08AM
I'm actually not quite sure whether it would sell me. Considering I wasn't sold on the game until I started playing the trial, it possibly may not have done. My opinion of the game back before I installed the trial out of sheer boredom was that it was just a childish pastime for nerds who needed to get a life. I have a feeling this trailer, with its portrayal of orcs, would have just backed up that opinion.On the other hand, I would also have been intrigued by the walking corpses, and landscapes.
3-01-2012 @ 9:12AM
I was of the very same opinion. I used to think of WoW as a nerd hobby... and now i have the annual pass and reading WoWInsider daily from the job T_T
3-01-2012 @ 9:20AM
I vaguely knew about WoW from word of mouth. I do remember the Toyota commercial where a pick up truck was taking on a dragon. I wasn't sold on it until probably 4-5 days into the free trial, but had I seen this trailer I probably would have rolled a Tauren. I don't know if it would have "sold me" but It would have made me want to check it out.
3-01-2012 @ 12:23PM
I don't think I ever saw a trailer for WoW. I just had a nagging friend. I tried the trial 3 times before actually getting the game. Even that was more to do with me finally wearing out on Guild Wars and figuring I'd give it a try.This trailer probably looked great in it's day, still looks decent, but doesn't really establish much of the world other than "bad guys live here" and even then I'm not sure if we're supposed to be killing them or playing them. :)
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