[Editor's note: Milling around the PC game isle offering barter handjobs for Guild Wars will probably result in the most rewarding free MMO experience, but you might get herpes. Kudos to Huskyhog for discovering some killer free games many of us have never heard of. -Niero]
Every one of us has come across an MMORPG we wanted to play. However, the demons in our pockets seem to be eating the supply of gold needed support such habits. Why is it we have to continue to pay for a video game we already purchased once? We shouldn't be forced to pay ridiculous fees every month in order to support our socially crippling habits.
Here are the top five solutions for the penniless gamer.
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