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    Crossfire?

    A new military based FPS that is free to play. I am downloading now. http://crossfire.subagames.com

    Anyone tried it?
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    In my experience online games that are "free to play" usually means "free to play, but to be competitive/participate in all the content you still have to pay".

    Case in point, on the website for this game, you can buy a "50% experience boost" that lasts for 7 days. So anyone who buys this will advance 1.5 times as fast as anyone who doesn't. I'm betting they will sell better weapons, etc.

    So yea, "Free to play" is oftentimes a scam of sorts.

    -E
    The criminally insane and the brainwashed fundamentalists will always find ways to attack and kill groups of people, regardless of the method. Guns are not the problem, guns are what allow the rest of us to resist them.

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