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Blizzard Entertainment | Official Site
MMORPG | Genre:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 11/23/04)  | Pub:Blizzard Entertainment
PVP:Yes | Distribution:Download,Retail | Retail Price:$19.99 | Pay Type:Hybrid | Monthly Fee:$14.99
System Req: PC Mac | ESRB:TOut of date info? Let us know!

World of Warcraft Rating

  • Graphics
    8.3
  • Fun
    8.2
  • Sound
    8.5
  • Community
    6.9
  • Role-Playing
    7.2
  • Performance/Lag
    7.9
  • Value
    7.9
  • Service
    7.3

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Member Comments

acadianjenny23 writes: So I've been playing WoW on and off for quite a few years and well this MMO just never seems to keep me wanting to come back number 1 the community is just terrible major downfall of this MMO. I'm not much for cartoonish graphics but it does fit, but I was very disappointed about the story line WoW just took a lot of ideas from other games, movies ect. for me it was an OK MMO it would have been a lot better if the community was nicer and a more unique story line. Fri Jan 02 2015 3:14AM
Leiros writes: I've played WoW on and off since it launched back in 2004. I have to say that with Warlords of Draenor the game has become fun again. I realize I'll probably sound like a fan boy or something, but the fact is there is no other mmorpg out there with the level of content or polish that WoW has. 10 years after it launched and it still has more players than any other mmorpg. It's fun and with the new instant boost to level 90 it's a great time for new players to join the game. Some of my best gaming memories have been in Azeroth. If you're thinking about playing, go watch the documentary "World of Warcraft: Looking for Group" it sums up the experience nicely. Tue Dec 02 2014 6:44AM
5ubzer0 writes: If you are a new player and thinking of picking this up for its pvp - don't bother. Lowbie battleground queues are 20+ minutes and when you finally get in you will get one shot by twinks in heirloom gear all the way up to level 85. Joy! At max level you can then tank your arena rating until you're fighting other newbies to gear up. Read their pvp forums before you buy it and google heirloom twinks. I am just not willing to invest hundreds of hours anymore to get to max level asap and gear up before pvp becomes fun. In Rift my lowbie queues take 23 seconds and my fights last long enough to give me the illusion I am actually contributing to warzones even in fail gear. Fri Nov 21 2014 6:24AM
Bribaryan writes: In its prime WoW was good. But it's a very shallow MMO. You'll spend hours getting loot, only to realize the endgame is not very deep at all. A fast food type MMO. Easy game, easy rewards. Wed Oct 15 2014 5:14PM
oxwelchy writes: If I was to rate graphics being released in WoD it would be 10, Warcraft is amazing, World of Warcraft is worth more than the user rating of 7.8, end game is a lot more fun than MMOs such as Guild Wars 2, but that's my opinion I guess. EDIT - I noticed a guys comment saying how he got bored at 75.. You may be bored however you can't actually write your review until you have played it long enough and have experienced end game content Thu Sep 11 2014 1:22PM
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