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World of Warcraft Member Review for the PC

By:
2hot2handel
12/03/05
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE MMORPG 
PLAYERS 1- 999 
PUBLISHER Blizzard 
DEVELOPER Blizzard 
RELEASE DATE Out Now
T Contains Blood and Gore, Crude Humor, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes, Use of Alcohol, Violence

What do these ratings mean?

I dont think that one review will justify this game since its ever changing. THis game has gotten a lot more features that makes this game a real page turner in the RPG genre.
Take for exempale the new features with Battlegrounds that makes the game playable in more ways. There is so far three diffrent Battlegrounds.
The first one is Warsong gulch were you help the nightelves of ashenvale protect ashenvales lush forest against orcs , Its a capture the flag kind of Battleground.
And then Arathi Basin is the second where you try to get and defend diffrent place to get resources. The first one to reach 2000 and theres five diffrent resource places ( Farm , Lumbermill , goldmine , Blacksmith , stable ).
And then the massive battleground Alterac valley wich is like a real war u haev towers and graveyards and such on each side and trya nd reach the other sides keep and kill their general and win.
As you kill more members of the opposion faction u gain honor and you are able to reach diffrent ranks within your factions army making you aligible for diffrent sorts of special armors and weapons so you dont have to just wander around killing monsties to get a good equipment you can go kill some gnomes instead.

Lets not forget the part about potions, in World of Warcraft they are not abundent as they were in Diablo 2 : Lord of destruction or Tibia. That makes pvping more fun its not about who has the most potions its about skill. And since potions arent abundent and you need healing from time to time that opens up the door for a new class and way of playing the game. You can heal instead of doing damage in instances and in Battlegrounds.

The only thing that makes this game not a A+ is the part about the new feature Parental control that kids like myself suffer from. Your parents can make your account only playable at certain hours wich makes it hard to be a hardcore gamer. THe second thing i dont like about this game is that its really made so that u have to play for ever and you can never become the best i think its ashame that blizzard had such a great idee but had to destroy it partialy with greed. The third is the poor design of the ground in WoW i really get annoyed about that part its what you see that most of but its design is so bad that some times u feel like crying.


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