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Wizard101

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YoutubeTGW, Metacritic
7 March 2014
  • Summary: I been a member since I was 12 when it came out. I still enjoy the online game to this day. I like the combat and the story. Its fun for all ages not just little kids.
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krys69, Metacritic
26 November 2013
  • Summary: Free Crowns! Try http://bit.ly/1fKOr6M! I got over 10k crowns and 2 months of membership already for free from this site! It's really easy and reliable.
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FlynnHuman, Metacritic
16 November 2013
  • Summary: Its an enjoyable game for people of all ages to play. Membership is reasonably priced for the content, graphics are not only fast but clean-cut as well. Game play can get a little boring when you've yet to receive a newly trained card, but isn't such a problem as the quest line keeps you busy. Crowns are pretty high priced. 13,500 crowns for $25, not even enough crowns to buy certain mounts and gear.
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BaalGreenwood, Metacritic
31 August 2013
  • Summary: I have been playing this game since it was first released. I'm usually not into casual style games, but this one has had me hooked for 5 years now. The game play is a nice turn based system, with the ability for friends or others to join at any time. All of the dialogue is actually said out loud instead of having to read for every little quest. Although the earlier parts of the game are geared more toward a younger audience, the farther away worlds are where adults are.
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Audiometric, Metacritic
31 March 2013
  • Summary: This game is terrible. First off, a large portion of the game is restricted, unless you purchase a monthly subscription which is expensive. Then, the game auto filters you're grammar and restricts words that aren't even offensive. The graphics are terrible, and it is pretty much just eight year olds running around asking if you will give them money so they can buy their pet unicorn.
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PokeShadow777, Metacritic
20 January 2013
  • Summary: One more thing, this game takes money out of your wallet very fast! Be careful! I already spent $100 on this game! I would go over Pirate101 over this because Math isn't too much there and there isn't any ANNOYING weakness and stuff.
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GameReviews, Metacritic
22 August 2012
  • Summary: If you want a solid, free downloadable game than Wizard101 is a nice choice. It's a mix of adventure and card trading game, and It's fun. Visuals aren't professional, but worth for a free game. Completing quests is remarkably run. However, It haves two problems. First, it haves some glitches, amd second, it haves some "pay per play" quests.
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boucquillon, Metacritic
22 June 2012
  • Summary: Wizard101 is an unenjoyable card game which is forgettable. bbaahh im kidding. it definately is cute, and a very simple game to get the feel of playing with fellas. there however lacks a better form of interaction between classes. business wise, i dont understand why kingisle doesnt have games for grown ups where there could be a transition of their mmo playerbase to more deep games....
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Cubixreviews, Metacritic
9 May 2012
  • Summary: Wizard 101 is an enjoyable card game which is unforgettable. Creating your own character, selecting your favorite element and completing enjoyable quest never been so awesome. And It's really more enjoyable than the lackluster MapleStory. It is totally free. But the bad thing is that you need crowns to open some locations, that is really not logical for me. Overall, this game is impressive.
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BlogDog123, Metacritic
25 May 2011
  • Summary: If you're new to MMOs, play this one first. Simple Magic: The Gathering-esque card-based duels play nicely, and the graphics are nothing to snuff at. Hilarious characters that have voice acting (there is even a nod toward The Wizard of Oz!) and 6 worlds with several quests keep this fun. However, every world except Wizard City must be bought and some areas must be bought too. Shame. But don't let that pay-to-play idea turn you away.
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