Reviews and Problems with World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King
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15 April 2010
Excerpt: It is time to suit up in some long underwear, grab a pair of mittens, and head to the frozen wastelands of Northrend. Now is the time for both the Alliance and Horde to strike at the heart of the Scourge and de-throne Arthas the Lich King once and for all.
Excerpt: World of Warcraft just celebrated its fourth anniversary with Blizzard giving players cute little polar bear sidekicks. The company also gave its still-growing fanbase of eleven million subscribers a brand new continent to pick over, and boy, what a continent it is.
Conclusion: Whilst Sonic and the Black Knight does get some things right and, at times, shows some genuine potential for the game to be fun, it sadly suffers from the same problem most 3D Sonics have had: the gimmick is not welcome here. More importantly, it is not as easily accessible as it should be.
Excerpt: It's hard to conceive what PC gaming would currently be like had Blizzard not released World of Warcraft. Four years, two expansion packs and tens of thousands of man years of consumed free time later, World of Warcraft continues to steamroller over its competition in the sales charts, with a...
Conclusion: Despite my issues with the game, Age of Pirates succeeds in being an entertaining game. The ship combat is satisfying, ground combat is quick and to the point, and character development has definitely taken a turn for the better.
World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (PC) Review
17 March 2009
Summary: Wrath of the Lich King is a very competent expansion that adds enough new content to keep experienced WoW players busy for months at a time. It even offers a few new things for those growing tired of the tedium that comes with grinding on a daily basis.
Expansion lets long-time WOW enthusiasts explore dark side.
Common Sense Media
13 March 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that Wrath of the Lich King is an expansion to World of Warcraft , a massively multiplayer online game (MMOG); and that players must own both the original World of Warcraft game and the Burning Crusade expansion to play.
World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (Opinion 1)
17 January 2009
Conclusion: Wrap-Up: I still have many hours of exploring before mastering the continent of Northrend and I am looking forward to it. If you are considering trying the game out or returning to the game, I recommend it. These first couple of weeks have been great fun.