The Game Stop Store

Topics: Game, World of Warcraft, Play Pages: 4 (1212 words) Published: April 30, 2009
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This pamphlet will be placed at the Game Stop store inside Lakeline mall in northwest Austin. The customers are middle class men and women mostly singles and parents accompanying their kids.

The people visiting this store are usually looking for a new game to play and often look for advise from the staff and/or read the game publicity that is posted around the store.

The pamphlet is targeted to gamers that are attracted or curious to try MMORPG games. Being that the average gamer is 36 years old, I believe this will most likely be read by people between the ages of 12 and 40.


Choosing the best MMORPG game is not easy. With the wide selection of games available nowadays, it can be a bit overwhelming for a gamer seeking just one game to devote their free hours to. Researching games can be time consuming and sometimes we are not even sure what exactly we are looking for.

I have been playing video games since I was 8 years old. I have played from simple Pac Man to complex RPG games. After the MMORPG boom in 2000, I decided to play Ultima Online since it was the oldest most popular MMORPGs game in the market at the time. I got so hooked on the game, and met so many people from different places, that time would fly while playing. The overall game experience was incredible, however my Ultima Online cycle ended when I mastered all skills and professions. After that, I decided it was time to start my search for a new MMORPG that would have a similar game world and much better graphics. After researching several games I narrowed my list to two games: World of Warcraft and Guild Wars.

World of Warcraft is one of the most popular and exciting games with the most subscribers in the world. Even though the graphics look cartoonish, the unique design gets you involved in the game and creates a good medieval atmosphere....
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