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BackgroundWarcraft is back in a new genre of strategy, the role-playing strategy to be specific. Using smaller group, the player can devise a strategy easily while playing in a role-playing styled environment.
- Four Unique Races armed with distinctive units, magical abilities, and weapons of war.
- Two nations of warriors new to the Warcraft Universe; the plague-ridden Undead and the mysterious Night Elves.
- Build Legendary Heroes, whose ability to advance in levels and learn new spells and abilities makes them the core of each race's force.
- Heroes can use Special Items and Equipment dropped by Neutral Units or purchased from Neutral Buildings to turn the tide of battle.
- Neutral Units inhabit the world of Azeroth and impede the unwarry but yield precious treasure when defeated in combat.
- Full Multiplayer support, including Internet play over Battle.net®.
- New Multiplayer Features including shared unit control and resource trading between players.
- Improved Battle.net Features including improved ladder support.
- Advanced World Editor design tools allow players to create their own maps and customize many aspects of the game.
Hardware RequirementsSystem: PII 400 or equivalent
RAM:128 MB RAM
CD-ROM: 4X CD-ROM
Video Memory: 8 MB VRAM
Hard Drive Space: 700 MB
Sound Board: Yes
DirectX: DirectX v8.1
Recommended System Requirements:
System: PIII 600 or equivalent
RAM: 256 MB RAM
Video Memory: 32 MB VRAM
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Last month was that of May, and for many people it meant term papers, and cramming for finals as everyone prepared for the impending summer. Fortunately for me, this also meant that the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3 for all of you uncouth folks out there) would be making its way back to the Los Angeles Convention center. As usual I was as giddy as a schoolgirl at the opportunity to go and rub elbows with the gaming bigwigs as I had done last year. This years E3 however was a bit if a disappointment. »Read Full Article
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