Plenty of activities to keep you engaged.
Pandaren race and monk class offer variety.
Gorgeous expanses to explore.
Challenge mode is a great way to test your skills.
Tons of new content including scenarios, world bosses, and pet battles.
The best quests in WoW.
Great sense of exploration.
Phasing gets in the way of adding friends to the fold.
Pet battle system lacks the thrill of discovery.
Starting to show its age, both in visuals and mechanics.
No PvP raid zones.
By TechSpot on October 26, 2012
World of Warcraft's Mists of Pandaria expansion is huge. One one end, it starts at level one, with a new starting area for the new Pandaren race. On the other end, it raises the level cap from 85 to 90 and adds an enormous amount of high-end and...-
By 1UP on November 02, 2012
I don't want to blow anyone's mind, but Mists of Pandaria, for better or worse, expands upon World of Warcraft. If you've played much of Blizzard's MMO over the last eight years, then you probably understand exactly what that means:...75
By NZGamer on November 01, 2012
World of Warcraft (WoW) is an interesting - and unique - game to assess. Originally released in 2004, the base title has been continually expanded over time, and in many ways barely resembles the version many of us first logged on to eight years ago....-
By theregister.co.uk on October 30, 2012
Over time I grew rather disappointed with Cataclysm . By contrast, as an expansion, the Mists of Pandaria is more imaginative, exciting and just plain alive. That said, the graphics engine and the general feel of the game is becoming dated when compared...-
By GameSpot on October 25, 2012
Mists of Pandaria's glittering forests and engaging activities feel fresh despite the game's reliance on familiar...75
By GamePlanet on October 19, 2012
It's the latest expansion to one of the biggest games in the world, World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria. Formerly recovered addict Matt puts a +4 belt around his arm for one more trip into...70
By Strategy Informer on October 16, 2012
Let's be totally honest: you clicked on this review desiring to find me hunched over Blizzard's corpse, stabbing repeatedly, whilst cackling the cackle of a madman. You'd be happy to think of me as a maniacal bounty hunter, blood on my...70
By PC Gamer on October 16, 2012
12Next »Mists of Pandaria feels like the end of an era – not of World of Warcraft as a game, not by a long stretch, but of World of Warcraft as a cultural phenomenon. In most ways, give or take your tolerance for kung-fu pandas, it’s an...-
By GameSpy on October 05, 2012
If Blizzard learned one clear lesson from its last World of Warcraft expansion, it's that you can't go home again. Cataclysm is fueled by nostalgia, dragging us back to a world we loved when both we and the MMORPG genre were young, but the...80
By PC Authority on October 05, 2012
Ah, Pandaria. No World of Warcraft expansion yet had created such a split in the World of Warcraft community. Some players declared that introducing Pandaren as a playable race would ruin the game, while others were on the kung-fu bandwagon. Now that...67