Reviews and Problems with World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King
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With the physical collector's edition you get other stuff like an art book
Karl E. Weaver "karlweaver", Amazon
5 July 2014
Summary: Hmm this was..what, the second expansion to World of Warcraft? First there was the vanilla game, then Burning Crusade (which introduced the "outlands") then Wrath of the Lich King which introduced the continent of Northrend, then Cataclysm (which changed the map), then Pandaria (yet another new continent). Coming soon is something about Draeni. Anyhow, if you buy the collector's edition of the game (either physical or digital) you get certain bonuses.
Summary: Found an old vanilla WoW box set and burning Crusades box set at my local thrift store for $1.50 each. Having already bought the Cataclysm and Mists boxes, I thought I may as well try to find WotLK to complete my box set collection. I purchased this on April 10, expected it to show up between April 17 and May 2 (the estimated time of arrive). However, it showed up yesterday (April 14th) which really surprised me.
Summary: This was the last good WoW expansion, that finishes up the story going on since Warcraft III. The expansion started great, but as it went on, too many good things in the game where nerfed or taken out. From the Trial of the Crusader patch on the game started feeling to easy, and not as much fun. While WoW is and was still a good game during this expansion is where you see the game, start trying to redefine what it is, and losing itself in the process.