World of Warcraft (2004)

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Four years have passed since the mortal races stood together against the might of the Burning Legion. The tenuous peace forged in a time of desperation is fading. Arthas, the mad ... See full summary »

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Michele Marie Arko ...
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Tracy W. Bush ...
Murloc (voice)
Joey Cash ...
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Johnny Cash ...
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Victor Crews ...
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Samwise Didier ...
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Tami Donner Harrison ...
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Derek Duke ...
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Michelle Elbert ...
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Brian Farr ...
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Ron Frybarger ...
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Manuel Gonzales ...
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Carrie Gordon Lowrey ...
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Trula Hoosier ...
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Four years have passed since the mortal races stood together against the might of the Burning Legion. The tenuous peace forged in a time of desperation is fading. Arthas, the mad deathknight, has assumed the mantle of the Lich King, becoming nearly invincible in his fortress in Northrend. However, the great will of the Lich King has failed, and the undead legions have splintered. The Forsaken, those creatures that have managed to throw off the control of the undead lord under the guidance of Sylvanas Windrunner, the former high elf, have control of the lands of Lordaeron, under constant attack from the mindless creations of the Arthas. South of Lordaeron, in the land of Azeroth, the humans have reclaimed their stronghold of Stormwind, building it into their new capital city. But the king has mysteriously vanished, and the Defias Brotherhood, a group of thieves and murderers, have gained considerable power. With the Stormwind army away from the capital, the task falls on the shoulder ... Written by DPB

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The Innkeeper in Thrallmar [Hellfire] is called Floyd Pinkus and obvious reference to the band Pink Floyd. See more »

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Troll female: If cannabilism be wrong, I don't want to be right!
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A dated MMO that Blizzard keeps on life support
1 August 2013 | by (Bulgaria) – See all my reviews

Let me point out first,if the title of this review has misled you,I DO NOT hate WoW.I have played the game for about half a year.I saw it's flaws,I saw it's good aspects.But the reason why I'm giving it a fairly low rating is not due to poor gameplay and such,but due to Blizzard's policy.

When WoW came out in 2004 it was considered groundbreaking,everyone was hyped and soon it became one of the most popular games ever.But with every expansion the game began to decay.Instead of focusing on newer projects,Blizzard just want to keep WoW on life support.You have to pay for subscription,yet there are free-to-play MMOs available that surpass WoW in almost every aspect.Not to insult WoW,sure,leveling up is boring,but raiding is fun and the game is a blast if you play it with some friends.My main problem is the fact,that Wow has sort of a monopoly when it comes to MMOs,mainly because of the huge success after it's release and because of that it influences other MMOs to emulate it's gameplay instead of being their own thing.If not for this,I would have given this game a 7/10.And what's even worse,Blizzard don't care that they are slowing progress,they are only interested in the profit.So instead of saying "You know,Wow was a blast,but it's due time we move on.Let's give the other MMOs a chance and to keep the fans happy,we'll make Wow free-to-play.",they release expansion after expansion and really on the loyal fans to keep on playing(and paying).Shame on you Blizzard,shame on you.

But,you know,there is hope,lately new MMOs have been coming out.MMOs with gameplay completely different from WoW,like "Dragon Nest" or "DC Universe Online".So maybe Wow is starting to loose it's influence,maybe Blizzard will soon realize that.


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