World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King
Awesome new quests.
Many visual improvements.
Includes new in-game cut scenes.
Offers a lot of value for midcore gamers.
New Class - Death Knight is really unique.
Its everything that you ever loved about World of Warcraft in a brand new package.
Excellent back story, interesting quests, and a further fleshed out world.
Death Knight is powerful, fun to play.
New areas are grander in scale, more varied.
Hundreds of interesting and varied quests.
Death knight class is a lot of fun to play.
Dungeons are now accessible to all players.
Your actions have an impact on the world around you.
Expansion continent is masterfully wrought, vivid, and varied.
Too easy for Hardcore WoW-ers.
Not enough end-game content, yet.
A tiny feeling of "been here, done this, got the epic loot".
Overall lesser difficulty will annoy hardcore players.
Two expansions in, and we still cant roll murlocs.
Some character and item models are recycled.
No content for new players.
Death Knights feel a bit overpowered at the moment.
Vehicle mechanics feel a little haphazard.
Buggy ingame chat system.
Unbalanced Death Knight character.
By Stuff NZ on February 03, 2009
The game is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game, or MMORPG. More than 11.5 million reasonably rational people pay about NZ$20 a month to subscribe. With a game population like this, you wouldnt be surprised to learn that its the...100
By DarkZero on January 03, 2009
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By Expert Reviews on January 01, 2009
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By Game Chronicles Magazine on December 30, 2008
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By 1UP on December 15, 2008
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By Tech2 on December 11, 2008
Rolling a Death Knight for end game raiding, is still a sensitive affair for many. The problem is that the class hasnt been tweaked to its maximum potential, and it has a few glaring flaws while playing the role of a tank that even Blizzard has...90
By Ars Technica on December 10, 2008
Wrath of the Lich King delivers anything and everything youd expect from a good MMO expansion in general, and a Blizzard expansion in particular. WoW players—particularly those who joined the game when The Burning Crusade launched—are...-
By GameSpot on December 03, 2008
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By cnet on December 03, 2008
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By AtomicGamer on December 02, 2008
If you were actively playing World of Warcraft leading up to the launch of this latest expansion, then you dont need this review. Its almost impossible to resist the promise of new levels, loot, dungeons, and story in the worlds biggest MMORPG....93