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World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Member Review for the PC

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PLAYERS 1- 9999 
T Contains Blood, Suggestive Themes, Use of Alcohol, Violence

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my review of their review...... I just became a member to GR. Which is why this comment is late, but I just read your review of WOW BC. And I believe it's my duty as a gamer to advise your reviewers to not be so close-minded when they critique games. In case you don't remember they stated, "if the game isn't broke don't fix it", and also implied that it wasn't worth the $40 price tag. I think they failed to look at the big picture, take Halo for example or just about any other game series out there. Soon Halo 3 will be released and many people will buy it because Halo 1 and Halo 2 were good, they weren't broken there was nothing to fix they only want to add upon the originals. So they create a new story line, add some new weapons, and tweak the graphics. It really doesn't matter because I'm still going to beat it in a week and after a month I'll be buying a new game, now i'm out $120 in one month and the next week I'll have beaten my new game. See a pattern developing? I'd much rather spend $40 for months worth of entertainment than $60 for a week. But in the end who cares, if I wanted to hear about prices I'd talk to the guy in the electronics department at Wal-mart. So how about sticking to the details gamers would actually like to know. It's supposed to be a site for gamers not accountants. Game God 3000

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