MMO Corner: The World of Warcraft Legacy Continues with Mists of Pandaria
New Gamer Nation
12 March 2013
Conclusion: World of Warcraft features a huge and varied world with lots of different experiences for players to take part in. Whether your style is questing, killing bosses, or fighting other players, there is plenty to do.
Excerpt: WOW is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game or mmorpg for short. For those who are not familiar with this genre or role playing games in general, they let players assume the role of a character that levels up based on completed objectives or quests found throughout the game world.
World Of Warcraft: Mists Of Pandaria (PC) - Review
20 October 2012
Excerpt: A review for the noobs! I have a confession. I am not much of an MMORPG player. I’ve dabbled in World Of Warcraft for the past two years, learned the ropes, found some pretty neat gear and defeated some dungeons here and there but I’ve just never been able to master the intricate lingo and gameplay...
Excerpt: Hardcore raiders have already hit level 90, and World of Warcraft virgins aren’t likely to start now. But for those who’ve played Blizzard Entertainment’s genre-defining MMO at some point, you might be wondering if the latest expansion, Mists of Pandaria , is worth your time and subscription fee.
Pros: New zone and class offer plenty to do, This is the most player-friendly WOW ever, Pet battles are surprisingly addictive
Cons: Playable Pandaren are a little underwhelming, Some game mechanics are starting to show their age, Novel lore may be hit or miss
Excerpt: Ok here it is: my unabashed straight up comparison of World of Warcraft and EverQuest 2 and how they stack up with each other. While I try and maintain an impartial view while playing games for review, I know that I can not help but insert some personal preference into the reviews.
Conclusion: I’ll confess, I have only barely scratched the surface of the PvP so far in Mists of Pandaria, but from what I have played, the two new maps play in a refreshingly different style and pace to anything from past expansions. So after all this, it’s time to mention the negatives.
Sound Blaster World of Warcraft wireless headset review
2 July 2009
Excerpt: When you absolutely, positively have to hear everything happening in your raid party despite the requirement to visit the fridge, or answer the call of nature, Creative have the solution.
Pros: Incredible sound quality, extremely comfortable to wear for prolonged periods, high quality wireless signal, good battery life, awesome Warcraft-inspired detail. Software allows for a lot of tweaking.
Cons: All-plastic construction means you'll have to look after them. Software a little buggy at times. The buttons are hard to reach, as is the plug for charging. No console support. You're paying a lot for Blizzard's seal of approval.