Conclusion: Cataclysm injects new life into World of Warcraft ’s very core, literally, as all the areas of the game finally start sharing features like phasing and flying mounts which Outland and Northrend explorers take for granted.
Summary: WoW: Cataclysm brings sweeping changes to the world of Azeroth, with two new playable races, new levels of power, challenging quests, dungeons in all-new zones, and dramatic changes to familiar aspects of the game in the wake of a world-shattering disaster.
Excerpt: The World of Warcraft shall never be the same again, and no, it’s not because some high level player is going around and killing everyone. This time it’s a dragon, and it’s literally torn the world asunder.
Excerpt: The phrase “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” is something that the world of video games has taken to heart. No other genre applies this rule like the Japanese Role Playing Game (JRPG) and Eternal Legacy HD is a prime example of this both in a good and a bad way.
Excerpt: When the word ‘Cataclysm’ comes to mind, I tend to think of death and destruction. Considering that’s the name of World of WarCraft’s latest expansion, I expected Azeroth would have been torn asunder and chaos to reign supreme in the aftermath. At least that was Blizzard’s idea.
Summary: Parents need to know that World of Warcraft: Cataclysm is an expansion to the massively multiplayer online role-playing game, World of Warcraft , and requires previous expansions as well as the original game to play. There is a monthly subscription fee for the game as well.
Excerpt: There have been two other expansions for World of Warcraft before Cataclysm, but neither of those previous releases have been as game-changing as this one. There have been new zones, new professions, level cap increases, and even new races added before, but never all at once, and never with...