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World of Warcraft is a Adventuring game available on the PC.

World of Warcraft is a Adventuring game. Adventure games are enjoyed for two reasons: they provide enemy encounters that require tactics and strategy to conquor, and they create a fantasy world in which to explore and adventure.


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Teen Gamer review Thu, 08 Oct 2009

Nothing splits the Massive Multiplayer Online players like World of Warcraft. For some, it's a highly polished, excellent game. For others, it is the scourge of MMORPGs as the 'casual' friendly focus makes game play shallow and boring. I'm pretty much in the first group. Yes, it is a 'casual' MMO - it's accessible and easy to get into. However, I don't think being easy makes World of Warcraft bad, and it also has some challenges at the higher level of content.

For many, World of Warcraft is their first MMO, and this three piece guide to World of Warcraft will be sort of aimed at them. My first MMO was World of Warcraft, and I think that it's a good thing to start here. The game was fairly polished when it first came out, and the World of Warcraft development team hasn't stopped working since, re-balancing, fine tuning and adding content. Other MMOs have things that frustrate their players, but World of Warcraft offers an almost seamless leveling experience, although it's not without problems.
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