Solid Shadow's World of Warcraft Review
- World of Warcraft: Cataclysm
- World of WarCraft: Mists of Pandaria
- World of WarCraft: The Burning Crusade
- World of WarCraft: Wrath of The Lich King
blizzard is putting all there effort into WoW and i highly doubt it will meet everyones exceptions but only time will tell at the moment i doubt blizzard can bring much if anything to the MMORPG genre but lets wait and see the graphics look fantastic like i said but gameplay is still unfortold
World of Warcraft is looking promising if not exactly revolutionary, but the biggest question surrounding the game is when will we actually get to play it for ourselves. When Blizzard first announced it at ECTS a few months ago, designer Bill Roper joked that "whatever release date I give you, you won't believe it .. and you'd probably be right". Shipping games on schedule has never been one of Blizzard's strongpoints, and massively multiplayer games have a much longer development cycle than those of any other genre to start with. Certainly we wouldn't expect to see the game until well into 2003, and by then players may be justifiably cynical given the remarkable lack of innovation we've seen elsewhere in the genre so far. Whether cartoonish graphics and the Warcraft name will be enough to overcome that remains to be seen.