Thursday, January 27, 2011

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World of Warcraft: Cataclysm

# Published by: Blizzard Entertainment
# Genre: Persistent Online RPG
# Number of Players: unlimited
# Release Date: US: December 7, 2010
# Release Date: Europe: TBA 2010
# Release Date: Australia: December 7, 2010
# T for Teen: Blood and Gore, Crude Humor, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes, Use of Alcohol, Violence
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A couple months ago some weird stuff started happening in Azeroth. Sinister characters began to infiltrate the main cities, and as time progressed, giant, angry elementals began to wage war on the forces of the Horde and the Alliance. This was all the lead up to the release of the third expansion for Blizzard Entertainment's massively successful MMO: World of Warcraft: Cataclysm. Blizzard uses this opportunity to take a broader look at their six year old game and figure out what needed to be updated to keep World of Warcraft relevant. They used the emergence of a main lore character, the massive evil dragon Deathwing, from his place of slumber to terrorize the mortals as the catalyst for the changes. Apparently, Blizzard figured a lot needed updating, because almost all of the old game has been completely redone.

From the very start, the experience for players who pick up World of Warcraft now will be vastly different from the experience players had when the game launched in 2004. Quests, once splintered and sending players aimlessly across the map, are focused and quick to complete. Tales of having to kill fifty boars for three boar hides are done away with, and storylines -- actual storylines! -- populate the game world. It's a newer, friendlier Azeroth, and these changes span the entire original game. But seeing as how all of these changes are available without a purchase of Cataclysm, why pick up this latest expansion?

Cataclysm unlocks all the level 80-85 content, which specifically includes five new zones for leveling, two new battlegrounds, a PvP and daily questing area, seven new dungeons (and two redone classics) with normal and heroic (max level) modes, and a few raid instances. It's a lot of content, but it's not as much as the previous expansion, Wrath of the Lich King. That said, you can still expect to play for well over a hundred hours before you've really touched upon everything Cataclysm has to offer.

Minimum systems specs:
Windows XP 32bit (SP3), Windows XP 64bit (SP2), Windows Vista 32bit (SP1), Windows Vista 64bit (SP1):
Intel Pentium 4 1.3 GHz or AMD Athlon XP 1500
1GB or more of RAM
NVIDIA GeForce FX or ATI Radeon 9500 video card or better
DirectX-compatible sound card or motherboard sound capability
25 GB free hard drive space
You must have an active broadband Internet connection to play




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