World of Warcraft Review
This game simply cannot be summed up into one short article review. Remember that as you read the rest of this review. There is just simply too much content to cover; I'll only be covering the most important topics.
I used to be a huge fan of the Warcraft series. I played through all three games (and expansion packs) and loved every minute of it. So when I heard the news that Blizzard was launching a Warcraft MMORPG? I went nuts. It was a dream come true!
I didn't actually get the game until over a year after it was released, though. Some of my friends had finally got it and I bought it too, immersing myself into a fantastic world. This world had everything Warcraft - the races, the settings, the skills, the characters. It was great.
There really aren't many complaints here. The Blizzard team responds very well to problems. Rude players are dealt with. Cheating is fought very heavily, as is gold farming. The only complaint I have is that the classes are unbalanced in places. But if you really, really, want to get into that right now - I won't for the sake of length - go here, to the WoW forums. Feel free to open up the class' forums and read their complaints all you like.
While I don't play it anymore, Blizzard really got this game right. This game is the standard to which all MMORPGs need to live up to. I'd be willing to say this is the best MMORPG out on the market with things to do for those who only have 15-30 minutes as well as those who have hours. Even better, Blizzard is constantly fixing and tweaking the game, ever loyal to their fanbase. Congratulations, Blizzard, on a job well done.