IGN: "Have you been looking at those World of Warcraft: Cataclysm ads plastered pretty much everywhere and thinking "dang, that kinda looks awesome. Maybe I should grow a neckbeard, stop answering my friends' calls and start playing"? Perhaps you've considered it before, but figured now that the game is six years old, it's probably not relevant anymore. Or maybe you don't think you would be able to catch up to all those high-level players. It could be a combination of all of these, but regardless, you're left asking yourself one final question: is it worth it? Is it worth the time and effort to play through the low levels to reach the upper echelon? Is it worth the price of the core game, plus expansions, and a monthly subscription to top it all off?"