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Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:02AM (Unverified) said

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I'm looking forward to FreeRealms based on it's design and potential to open massive multiplayer gameplay to even more people. The game looks more social as it doesn't take itself too serious. That's a plus.

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:02AM bassec said

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Most excited about the casual gameplay!

Posted: Apr 18th 2009 12:40AM (Unverified) said

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I am actually looking forward to what a non casual can do and then let their kid use the rest.
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Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:02AM (Unverified) said

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I love the beautiful bold colours that are in the game, it's great to see something that pops out at you!

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:04AM (Unverified) said

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My 8 year old daughter has been looking forward to Free Realms for MONTHS, and she's been asking every day about the beta. I'm most interested in getting into Free Realms for her.

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:03AM (Unverified) said

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Free Realms Beta... feels like everybody is in it, except me. ;-)

Thus, I'll gladly volunteer to take one of your keys.

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:04AM ymiris said

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I am looking forward to both the very colorful world as well as the ability to play this MMO with my daughter! :D

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 12:38PM (Unverified) said

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I'm looking forward to the in-game CCG element, and the art style is great. Also, I'm hoping the cash shop is one that keeps me playing: I really like the idea of microtransactions, but I haven't found a game with a shop that's been good enough to keep me playing.

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 8:05PM (Unverified) said

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Playing an MMO with my kids... :)

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:07AM (Unverified) said

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I'm looking forward to Free Realms because it's a very different approach to the MMO Genre. The most interesting feature is the "multi-class" and the ability to switch to a different class with just a click. :)

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:08AM (Unverified) said

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Ninjas. Obviously. :)

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 10:49AM (Unverified) said

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This. The number 1 reason to play Free Realms. Well, that and the card game. Those are the two reasons to play Free Realms. And the art direction ...

Amongst my reasons, are such diverse elements as Ninjas, the Card Game and the Art Direction.
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Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:12AM icicles said

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At last, a way to share my addiction with my children, safely, in a way that's tailored to them.

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:09AM (Unverified) said

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Casual gameplay and art direction. Not a lot of time any more, but a strong desire for gaming.

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:09AM Kamokazi said

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I wish I had an 8 year old daughter that I could claim wanted to play the game, but I guess I'll have to admit my 26-year-old male self wants to play it.

I'm most interested in it, because it looks like a very solid MMO that will be free to play..something I can use to pass time to avoid burnout on my current 'main' MMO. And despite the Disney graphics and setting, I think it will be able to hold a lot of depth for those who look for it due to the broad scope of what you can do in the game.

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:11AM (Unverified) said

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Looks like a swootastic fun super casual social awesome game and you get to be a freaking ninja!

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:13AM Jhaer said

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I like that it will be Free to Play... but also the wide array of things to do and ways to play is a draw.

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:12AM Zombienutz said

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I think the card game looks like a lot of fun, and I enjoy the casual vibe the game puts off.

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:15AM SkuzBukit said

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I'm looking forward to this as a game I can play with my daughter.

Oh & Ninjas of course.

Posted: Apr 17th 2009 9:17AM (Unverified) said

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I think it would be a thoroughly fun distraction from more serious raid and grind oriented MMO games. The mini-games look fun and the cartoony feel is a welcome distraction.

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