World of Warcraft Mountain Dew Gamer Fuel

If there wasn’t already enough reason to stay wired to World of Warcraft, Mountain Dew released a couple of new flavors last Friday.  I wasn’t a big fan of the Halo Gamer Fuel Mountain Dew, but I’m willing to try any new Mountain Dew flavor.  Nothing compares to Code Red though.  What’s your pick?  Cherry-Citrus Horde Red or Wild Fruit Alliance Blue?  Luckily, I have never succumbed to the addiction that is World of Warcraft.

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5 comments on “World of Warcraft Mountain Dew Gamer Fuel

  1. I wish they made these cool flavors in diet varieties….phhhh.

    🙂 I too never fell victim to “The World”…..can’t say the same for by brother.

  2. stezton says:

    I have no love for WoW (EQ2 fan myself, although I don’t currently play anymore), but I do love trying new MD flavors! If the red one is the same as the Halo Game Fuel, then that sucks because I wasn’t a fan of it. I found it sickeningly sweet.

    All I can say to MD is: Bring back Livewire!

  3. EFC says:

    is livewire the orange flavor ? they still sell this in my area in a cpl vending machines… weird… currently addicted to mtn dew voltage, i wonder if the blue wow one is the same as voltage

  4. Adam Bomb says:

    That Halo Mountain Dew was horrible! I was wondering also if Mt. Dew is reusing some of the former promo flavors for this new WoW thing.

  5. Raiders757 says:

    “the Dew” gives me raging heartburn, so I no longer drink it, no what new fandangled game tie-in flavor they put out.

    …as for WoW. I can’t come to terms with paying full price for a game, then having to pay $15 a month to play it. The guys behind this are raking it in hand over fist. The least they could do is offer the game and it’s expansion packs for free. I’m sure that by now you can get the original disc for cheap, but still, the monthly fee is absurd.

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