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Posted: Dec 7th 2010 1:26PM JoeH42 said

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Today just seems like a bad date to release the new WoW expansion. Pearl Harbor: A surprise attack by aerial forces does massive damage and starts a way. WoW expansion Cataclysm: A surprise attack by a flying dragon does massive damage and starts a whole new group of dungeons, monsters to kill, and PvP. A little surprised Blizzard didn't make that connection and launch on a date that's not the anniversary of a national tragedy.

Posted: Dec 7th 2010 1:46PM Russell Clarke said

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Yeah, and the way that dragon on the login screen's sitting on those...towers! And the way that dragon is wearing metal plates, just like those guys did at Agincourt.

Shocker.

Posted: Dec 7th 2010 2:35PM Waxil said

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What's REALLY changed? I mean.. the reality is it's just the same virtual end game carrots with renewed with new pixels trying to grab more of our money via paying for the expansion and returning/renewed subscriptions. Is there fun to be had? Maybe with the right group of people, but then that has nothing to do with the game itself being fun.

Posted: Dec 7th 2010 2:55PM Laren said

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@Waxil

The quests have been completely changed. Story lines are fun, funny, and epic if you like the lore.

Basic mmo play is the same...but name me an mmo that isn't (we have all been waiting years for gen 3...still nothing... So might as well have fun with gen 2)
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Posted: Dec 7th 2010 5:37PM Sic said

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Say what you like about Blizzard but...they got some sick ass artists working for them.

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