World of Warcraft for PC
PC - Windows

World of Warcraft

Nov 23, 2004
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About this game

Content Rating: Teen


Join thousands of mighty heroes in an online world of magic and limitless adventure. World of Warcraft is a role-playing game from Blizzard Entertainment for the PC and Mac. World of Warcraft is a truly massive game. Between the original game, regular patches that add new content, and four full-fledged expansions – The Burning Crusade, Wrath of the Lich King, Cataclysm, and Mists of Pandaria – hundreds of hours of gameplay content await you. We’ve outlined the basics, but only scratched the surface of all that World of Warcraft has to offer.

Critic Reviews

7 Reviews
Games RadarFeb 05, 2005
World of Warcraft has little we haven't seen before but it's never been pulled off so well. It has gorgeous visual design and there's loads to do. You won't get bored - think months rather than weeks. This is the best game of its type and is easy for newcomers too. Dive into World of Warcraft.
Greg KasavinNov 29, 2004
World of Warcraft features an overall level of quality that's typically reserved for the best offline games, which have always had a leg up on online games in their ability to present tightly-woven, story-driven settings. But World of Warcraft achieves this in the context of a massive, evolving world populated by thousands of other players who you may choose to interact with, which makes the proceedings seem that much more meaningful.
Tom McNamaraDec 10, 2004
After having written about the extremely long queues, they have dwindled to almost nothing, even at peak playing times, and the game has become much more stable. I still get the occasional crash, but WoW still has a polish that puts most other MMO launches to shame. Almost a victim of its own popularity, World of Warcraft quickly found its feet, serving up no fewer than eighty-eight servers across the country, with more likely on the way.

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