Eurogamer Review: World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King

Few games have been as exhaustively detailed ahead of their release as second World of Warcraft expansion, Wrath of the Lich King. After Blizzard failed to plug the leaks from early testing, it resigned itself to the inevitable and lifted any and all non-disclosure restrictions from the public beta test. The insatiable hunger for information of 11 million fans was just too great a force to resist, even for a company as powerful and protective as Blizzard.

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Dmitry Orlov3619d ago

how can you make a scored review if you haven't seen most part of the game yet. I mean level up to 80, visit all dungeons (normal + heroic), finish the most part of all new quests, clear some 25ppl raid instances.

Milky Joe3618d ago

With the ability to see into the future, you moron!

barom3618d ago

Yea really. Eurogamer just lost their discredibility (to me at least).

Cheeseknight283618d ago

They played beta? There's no new content that has been added since the end of beta.

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kazuma3618d ago (Edited 3618d ago )

wow, eurogamer's been throwing 10's like there's no tomorrow...

edit: :)

Pennywise3618d ago

You didnt hear? There is no tomorrow.

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Gun_Senshi3618d ago

graphics alone will lower its score not 10/10.

stupid wow addicts kids and hype. WoW does not deserve more then 6 (Basic and TBC)

Cheeseknight283618d ago

11 million people say otherwise. I wonder, why is it that every time I see an article related to WoW you always seem to be right there blasting it in the comments? Do you have nothing better to do than trash games you don't like?

If you don't like WoW, that's cool. But why do you continue to read articles about it?

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Dmitry Orlov3618d ago

agreed, except for the last part ;)

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