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Posted: Sep 9th 2011 5:48PM Saker said

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Waaaaay too much bs for a "chance" to alpha test? Best of luck those who want to jump through their hoops for a -possible- chance to test their game.

Posted: Sep 9th 2011 6:08PM FrostPaw said

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I'll show my feelings on Xfire and Overwolf by not bothering to sign up. Question is....is that kind of feedback going to be recorded too?

Posted: Sep 9th 2011 6:53PM HereticalPenguin said

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As much as I want to play World of Warplanes, I stopped using Xfire about 5 years ago and don't plan on using it again, sorry.

Posted: Sep 10th 2011 12:25AM jdm12983 said

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Yeah, too many hoops for a chance to be in the alpha.

I use Xfire and have no problem with it; but tried Overwolf and didn't really like it much.

Posted: Sep 11th 2011 11:08AM Trippin said

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i just de-installed xfire, and what is Overwolf?

Dear Wargaming, stop being foolish by requiring bloatware and just use the game.

Yours truly, a World of Tanks fan

Posted: Sep 11th 2011 5:15PM wigburld said

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World of Warplanes, built on BigWorld Technology
www.bigworldtech.com

Posted: Oct 2nd 2011 8:52PM belgeode said

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Hmmm... You know I was watching this one for a while now, since i am a HUGE aviation buff (I still fly Microsoft Flight Simulator X). I would love to get in on it, but yeah the real test is going to be how my computer (and I) react to downloading all the other palava that will come with it. I have not used xfire in ages btw... I am on raptr though. (Under this name)

I suppose I will sign up... though I thought I already did.

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