Reviews and Problems with World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade
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I don't know why i bought this....
7 May 2014
Summary: I like to play WOW, and still I already own this expansion, so I don't know why I bought the collectors editions, I guess i was to much into the game that want to have everything... If you are not a hardcore gamer of this game, just get the copy, and don't bother with this, is really expensive and the in-game items are not so good to pay for them... but if you are hardcore gamer, well what can I say, you will not read the review anyways, you know what you want...
Summary: Burning Crusade really added to the WoW experience, but tried too hard to it a variety of environments in a condensed area, and suffered the usual overtuning in the patches that WoW does. If you are considering buying this as of my writing, odds are you only care about the collector's edition content. The soundtrack is definitely worth a listen and includes many tracks from pre 60 WoW.
Summary: You know I told myself I'de never play this game. I guess losing alot of friends from other MMORPG's gave me bad feelings towards Warcraft. But after playing it for a while now it's the most fun I've had since the original Everquest. I honestly couldn't be happier. I just hope the Old Republic is as good when it comes out!
Summary: I didn't start playing WoW till about a year and a half ago. I enjoyed the game a lot. There was always different things to do that would keep you busy for hours. I liked the crafting/cooking system and how you could get patterns/recipes that would give you more items/enchants you could make. I liked that every class has it's own special racial ability that would be a benefit for that race.
Summary: While not exactly what every World of Warcraft fan was waiting for, it was an awesome experience grabbing the flying mounts for the first time. As for the grind from 60-70... not so great. In the mundane WoW questing style a lot of the quests you do are just longer more repetitive washed up version of past quests. Kill X amount of mobs and pick up Y amount of items. It was also a shame to see all of your old epics turn to greens, and old rep go to no use.
Summary: I've been playing the expansion pack pretty much since it came out, I never was part of the old world WoW so my entire experience has been post-BC. I have LOVED this game, definitely something that if you have the time and desire to do... do it! I have really only one critique on the game itself. (btw, I agree with the post from the first individual; anyone who has an addictive personality, shouldn't be playing the game.
Summary: So I went to the game store and waited in line to get my pre-order at release. Got home, installed it in about 45minutes or so with the updates, which was nice. Lag wasn't bad on my server (Malygos) and had fun getting a few levels on a new Blood Elf paladin. Until the next day...tried to take my lvl 60 into Outlands...Questing was painful with all the lag, then the various world servers kept crashing, no mobs...or insanely fast respawns. No NPC's for quests, etc.
Summary: ABOUT ME: I have played an Undead Rogue since day 1, and after around 20 days played at 70 I have taken the plunge to roll a paladin and I am loving it. Also, I have raided all dungeons up to Naxxramas. The Burning Crusade is by far the best expansion, and expands the formula of World of Warcraft even more. Blizzard really fixed the problems with gear, the lack of endlevel dungeons, lack of raid content, boss design, and quest rewards.