Alright, I have a little problem, and since I can’t seem to decide, I thought I might get some opinions.
This little screenshot probably gives you a clue of what my issue is…
Yes, all of those are _active_… But Wait, There’s More! I also have World of Warcraft and a few other smaller games (free-to-play, thank god) on a different box.
So, my MMO subscriptions at this moment in time… just the ones with a cost, mind you…
|Title||Term||Cost||Last Played||Time played
|City of Heroes||monthly||$16.04||Nov 2007||2 hours|
|Tabula Rasa||monthly||$16.04?||Nov 2007||18 hours|
Star Wars Galaxies
|monthly (Station Pass+)||$30.98||Nov 2007
|D&D Online: Stormreach||quarterly||$41.85||Oct 2007||2 hours|
|Lord of the Rings Online||quarterly||$28.75||Oct 2007||3 hours|
|World of Warcraft||monthly||$14.99||Oct 2007||2 hours|
With the new TR subscription, that puts me over $100 per month. For a total of some 30 hours of activity between them (and _that_ was with a holiday in there.)
(Yes, I am a moron. Why do you ask?)
The issue? I can’t decide which ones to drop. I do enjoy them all at various times, in various moods. TR is getting the lion’s share of attention at the moment, but I can tell that’s already tapering off.
It seems silly to drop the Station Access. I usually end up playing CoH more than anything else, and with Issue 11 going live, there’s new content to explore (plus I actually have a character close to Level Cap! A first!) I lose the special pricing on LoTRO if I drop that. I’ve got some old friends that will be returning to DDO in the new year, and will be asking me to join them. How can I keep track of what’s going on in WoW if I don’t play it now and then? And so on, and so on…
Any suggestions? Beyond grow a spine?