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    Wakfu Impressions - E3 2011

    Wakfu sounds like some odd form of martial arts, but is actually a very original tactical MMORPG. Learn about trackers, politics, and all sorts of stuff here.

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    I may need to try that out...F2P, correct?

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    Not sure... Dofus, the other MMO by this company, is technically F2P but is really more of a subscription-based MMO with a limited trial. I don't think they've released full details of their payment plan/s for Wakfu yet.

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    I won't touch it if it's not F2P, mostly because I do not have a steady amount of money coming into my hands. So P2P is out of the question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocelot View Post
    Not sure... Dofus, the other MMO by this company, is technically F2P but is really more of a subscription-based MMO with a limited trial.
    Funny you feel that way about Dofus, too. I asked Ankama about revenue models for Wakfu back in 2009 (see 2nd question). I shared my experience that Dofus was more of a trial in the question, and they disagreed.

    Anyway, related to Wakfu, Ankama told me:
    Quote Originally Posted by Ankama
    We’re looking to do the something similar with Wakfu. We want people to be able to enjoy the game without absolutely having to pay.

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    I've been in the Wafku closed beta for a couple months, and I've played Dofus... Ankama, in my opinion, makes incredibly charming games. They have a lot of flavor, the style is bright and fun, and their sense of humor is a bit on the twisted side. Anything by them is worth looking at.

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    Dofus stands as the only MMO that has ever got its hooks into me enough to warrant a paid subscription, so I'm fairly interested in Wakfu.

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