Now that my review of En Masse Entertainment's slightly game-changing MMO Tera is in the can, you might find yourself wanting to give the game a try. And like magic, Tera is now offering a seven day free trial. What can you do in seven days?
You've had two months to look at videos and screenshots and complain about how much of a World of Warcraft clone it is. Now you can try Trion Worlds' Rift for free and potentially score your Rifting friends a virtual puppy in the process.
Expecting extensive game-fixing changes in the months to come, Square Enix steps up to the plate once again, offering Final Fantasy XIV players another free 30 days of game time while renovations are underway.
In the face of overwhelming criticism of the game's current state, Square Enix is extending the free trial period for Final Fantasy XIV Online from 30 days to 60 days and outline plans to make the game more user-friendly.