GamesWorth - In depth
gamesworth.com sells virtual currency, power leveling services, CD keys, game time cards and accounts for more than a dozen games. It primarily promotes World of Warcraft – it is the default game when clicking the topmost links – but also caters to fans of online games like EverQuest, EverQuest 2, EVE Online, Guild Wars, Age of Conan, Final Fantasy XI, Warhammer Online, Star Trek Online and Star Wars: The Old Republic.
This website can compete with cheap WoW Gold
. Compared to other sellers at MMOBUX.com, its prices are not too far off from the trusted sellers and are close enough to the rates of even the cheapest sellers, making it a solid choice for budget gamers. Bulk buyers though might start to feel the price pinch when purchasing a lot of virtual currency in one go.
Shopping and Payment.
There is no denying that the website is heavily pushing World of Warcraft game services. The whole top menu leads to WoW Gold, WoW power leveling services, etc. Fans of other games might be misled into thinking that they arrived at the wrong website because of this bias. But a quick scroll down the homepage reveals the links to the individual games, and the homepage also has a quick buy option that is convenient for insta-buying customers. Payment options are painfully limited, with only PayPal, credit card through PayPal and Western Union available.
Virtual currency is advertised as being delivered as fast as within 5 minutes of ordering. gamesworth.com sometimes meets this impressive delivery speed, but a more reasonable average to expect is between 15 minutes to an hour. It can even take longer for games other than World of Warcraft whose supply is not as firmly reliable.
While customer service leans toward the more casual gamer side (the use of words like “plz”) the response speed and English communication skill is decent. You can ask about supply and delivery concerns and expect to get answers instead of the usual runarounds. The live chat system though has the annoying habit of saying there is a “New Message” from the agent when there is none, forcing customers to stay glued to the chat screen.