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Like playing Classic againThis is probably the best expansion to date. Blizzard has managed to capture the feel of Classic WoW but keep many of the quality of life changes that have been made over the years. I've found myself for the first time in 3 expansions actually engrossed in the story and reading the quest text. Garrisons are a fun addition but can be somewhat of a distraction if you want to constantly keep your followers going on missions. Overall I am enjoying the game now more than I have in years.5Besides the worst "release week" they ever had with an expansion (long ...changed rating as of 5/26/15. Besides the worst "release week" they ever had with an expansion (long queues to get into the game), the game was enjoyable and newly fresh as always. However, my rating declined due to it being less about having fun with exploration, social interaction, and storytelling... and more of changing gameplay to be more repetitive, unclear in lots of aspects (storyline, transportation, class change reasons), and feeling more of a chore. I admit I got burnt out. But that factor was due to the repetition of gameplay. Yes, there is diversity in a lot of aspects of the game. But not in the areas where the player is the most when they are a casual player.3Probably the worst so far, but still worth purchasing if you're a die-hard Warcraft fan.Shipping: 4/5 Came a day late.Packaging: 4/5 I thought it could have used more padding.Bonus Features: 4/5 Some neat cinematics, behind the scenes footage - especially liked the content on the making of the new sound effects and soundtrack.Game: 2/5 Lacks PvE content, PvP is dry and boring, and the only way they try to make up for this is through limited time events with a plethora of time and gold sinks to buy items you otherwise wouldn't care about. Garrisons are a massive waste of time, space, and essentially make professions useless.3The art is amazing. The mousepad is maybe half again as wide ...Minus a star, because the pacing from 90-100 is so so slow.If you want a review on the xpack itself, there are plenty out there, so all I'm reviewing is the packaging and extras.The artbook is GORGEOUS! It's not one of those stereotypical coffee-table books that you put on said table so it's not empty. The art is amazing.The mousepad is maybe half again as wide as it is tall, and that makes all the difference. It's not as good a design as the Cata mousepad, but it's also not garishly colored - dark red and blacks are the main colors in the image. The image itself is just the WoD logo and backing image.The box itself deserves a spot on any display bookshelf. Colored like iron, slightly metallic.I can't say about the making-of or the OST disk, because I've not even touched them.4Back to the best partsIf you got burned out on Mists of Pandaria then definitely give Draenor a try. I have been playing since vanilla in summer 2006 and while I am no one's idea of a hard core master, I still like to try a little of most everything. Where Pandaria is grindy, Draenor is simple. Everything I liked about the early days of BC and vanilla have returned in terms of interacting with the world and a sense of story and purpose; but all the innovations of later expansions are retained. It's easy to level your professions, making them not an arduous distraction from play but a thing that actually services your play. There's no flight so things are challenging again, and the world design is really cool and detailed. My boyfriend is frustrated with the proving grounds that you have to pass before you can do heroics and you have certain minimum requirements for raids and such, but I think the dev team is just trying to make sure everyone can manage the content before they attempt it. Come back, if you got tired after Cataclysm!5So much love went into this.Personally I don't see why anyone would ever not but the big box version of these games. The concept art book and the soundtrack are worth the money alone so to get the game, add ons, DVD to the game and a mouse pad is like a crazy good deal. I have loved every art book and this is no different. Seeing the concept drawing and painterly styled landscapes that became the game is just wonderful. So many people put there heart a soul into this game and you can tell. I do know a few of them so maybe my opinion is tainted but the boxed set shows you all the love that went into the game and you can really tell just by flipping through the book, playing the music or watching the video.My favorite thing about this expansion is the Garrison. You finally get to have real estate. You get to build a Garrison and even populate it with followers of your choosing. The only things I wish they would do would be to give your character the option of a house and the ability to furnish it and decorate it.5Good items within the boxCE: Good items within the box. A little skimpy on the art book, but all other content was exactly as expected.The game itself had one heck of a horrible opening week (queues of 8-10 hours and 4000+ people waiting). The content is more "You're the hero" specific with it's garrisons (and now shipyards). Casual players can enjoy earning materials and currency daily without having to farm. Downsides would be that max level really feels like a stumbling block. Either your gear isn't enough for Tanaan (and thus you have to grind heroics), or you're Ok in Tanaan but it's a bit more like Pandaria's grind of dailies. I'm not as upset as much of the community was for the lack of flying, but that is a moot point since Blizzard caved and promised a later expansion of flying.I think my biggest draw back is that, while everyone certainly enjoyed the garrisons as their "player housing", it is too much of a hub. People sit in their garrisons for most of the game They are not getting out and reminding themselves that this is an MMO, you play it with other people (maybe even daring to make a friend or two!). In my case, I'm on RP servers, and this has crippled much of the players ability to meet-n-greet or stumble upon other players to RP with, leaving people without one of their favorite activities to do.3WoW hits an all-time lowThe leveling experience is phenomenal, and Draenor is intricately beautiful, filled with reasons to charge off the beaten path and explore. The headline feature, Garrisons, are interesting at first and provide some fun utility and buffs. But it's all downhill from there.End-game is painfully hollow. Raiding is excellent, but more disjointed than it has ever been. The encounters are great, but if you come for the story, you'll leave disappointed. There's just not much here.And after a single major patch, it's all over. This expansion you can skip.3Once again hopeful for the seriesWarlords of Draenor breathes some life back into WoW. I skipped Mists of Pandaria because I was tired of the same old WoW experience. Warlords I hope will bring people back and grow the community once again to levels it hasn't seen in 6 years. That being said, I feel like they've maybe made a mistake with Garrisons and made gathering skills all but useless. I hope they have a plan for them later on.I can't help but wonder why they didn't add a race or a class in with the newest expansion though since they added at least one or the other with every expansion. Possibly because MoP added both a race and a class. Who knows?Collectors Edition Specifics:I have all of the collectors editions since vanilla and this one is no different than the rest. There are no free trading cards because that ended with the conclusion of the TCG. That's fine but I wish there were a little more in-game extras to set this apart from the digital deluxe edition.5A long awaited refreshing tune up to a long standing franchise.This expansion got me hooked right back into World of Warcraft. The update to the models as well as the new Garrison content has all been really amazing to enjoy, especially as someone who has been playing World of Warcraft since its inception. I'm pleased to see the return to the 10 level boost in the level cap as I believe it allows for a better ramp up of difficulty without feeling rushed. Some good changes to the UI with new bagging options to sort your belongings as well as taking much of the clutter from vanity / heirloom items to their own unique tabs is a nice touch to free up much needed bag space. It is good to see Blizzard is still finding ways in which it tunes the wheel of one of the longest running MMO's. One of the few gripes I have with the game is a missed opportunity to further expand character customization. It would of been nice to be able to roll a Dark Iron dwarf or Wildhammer dwarf given how lore as put them together in a shaky truce. The same can be said of a few other races as well who have variants in their respected faction. This can all come with time though as they are still tweaking the new models or in future expansions. Keep up the good work Blizzard.5
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World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor Collector's Edition - PC/Mac