E4G: World of Warcraft: Cataclysm Review Part 1

E4G: So, as inevitable as the morning sunrise, yet another expansion for Blizzard’s monster online franchise, World of Warcaft, has rolled out of the studios again, much to the almost universal joy of the 12 million players who happily shell out £9/€15/$15 a month for the privilege to play this gargantuan online phenomenon.

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dkblackhawk502946d ago

NEver been a fan of these games.

CovertGunman2946d ago (Edited 2946d ago )

I would have to agree with that. I personally don't see why it's much of an investment.

AndrewRyan2946d ago

Only that it is the largest and longest scale game in the entire world. It's been 6 years and the game is still bigger then it ever was. Why? Because the people are Blizzard are geniuses.

Can't wait for Diablo 3 and their new IP to be announced somewhere in 2012 probably.

Perjoss2946d ago

I would not say they are geniuses, but they are committed to holding onto games until they are finished. They also are religious about game design and balancing.

I love wow, I dont play it anymore but when it was released i fell in love and played for many years, but it wasn't something new, it was pretty much a copy of everquest but done much much better. Blizzard devs admit it themselves (quite humbly), if it were not for everquest wow would never have come along.

karlowma2946d ago

WoW is good times, and Cataclysm takes it to the next level. If you haven't tried it, you should. And if you've tried it and don't like it, then at least you gave it a shot. 12 million people can't be wrong.

Spinal2946d ago

WoW is excellent, And i've played many MMO's since before WoW *cough* Ultima Online which were great once upon a time. And WoW really is something special since launch.

Happily playing Cataclysm, Looking forward to Diablo 3 *crosses fingers for 2011 launch* and Cant w8 fo Guild Wars 2 *Charr Warrior I see you*