World of Warcraft 5.0.4

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Processor: Intel Core 2 MHz Intel Core MHz
Memory: 2 GB 4 GB
Video: NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT o ATI Radeon HD MB ATI Radeon HD MB
Free space: 25 GB
Screen resolution: 1024 x 768
Others: Mac OS X 10.3.9 or better
Registration: Free registration: Publisher's website
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World of Warcraft 5.0.4 19/05/11 Trial version English
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It's not a game. It's a world

Elena Santos

  • Different ways to play
  • Many missions to accomplish
  • High social component
  • It has no offline mode
  • It may get too addictive

World of Warcraft is a living, breathing online adventure world with over 7 million players. Log into the World of Warcraft and join thousands of mighty heroes in an online world of myth, magic, and limitless adventure.

Face the mighty dragon of Blackrock Spire; cleanse the undead from the looming ziggurats of Stratholme; fly in wondrous zeppelins over smoldering battlefields; and much more.

"Awesome but flawed"

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  • usability10
  • Stability5
  • Installation10
  • Functionality10
  • Appearance10

Well, I certainly think it's a fantastic game.

The only issue lies with not the gameplay, but the operation. Lately there have been tons of errors ranging from simple authentication freezes and connection trouble to internal system problems which cause them to shut down all servers for a longer than welcome amount of time.

It seems with each new patch comes a new set of problems, and it's getting old awfully fast.

Aside from that, the game is very addicting. They keep you hooked because it seems with each new milestone comes a new thing to try. It's always, "I must reach that next level." situation they get you doing, using the knowledge of what's next to come as motivation.

Some of the most common forms of motivation I've seen are achieving Level 55 and Level 80. 55 because then you unlock a new, almost over powered class called the Death Knights, Level 80 because you can now participate in everything the game has to offer without level restrictions(PvP being a root factor.)

Aside from the gameplay, the installation process was easy. It automatically installs all the patches from the newest releases as they come out to make that a breeze. And the account registration was a relief. I'm used to pay applications requiring you to go through all these different processes and having you fill out tons of info forms and crap, but this was very simple. A basic account set up form and a list of payment options which weren't difficult to set up at all. Once billing options set up, viola, you're good to play, no questions asked.

This is by far the most balanced and superbly crafted MMO I've ever seen. it's to bad the system operators can't keep the level of performace at the same level as the game itself.

  • Addictive
  • Fun
  • Great way to socialize and still play games
  • Too addictive
  • Frequent downtime
  • Too high a price for level of performance

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