World of Warcraft Cataclysm: Collector's Edition - PC

Release Date:

December 07, 2010

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Also on UK.


The special Collector's Edition package will include the following exclusive bonus items in addition to the game disc:

- Art of the Cataclysm art book, featuring 176 pages of never-before-seen images from the archives of the Blizzard Entertainment cinematics department and the World of Warcraft development team, as well as progressive visuals from multiple stages of development

- Exclusive in-game pet: he may not be a breaker of worlds just yet, but Lil' Deathwing will still proudly accompany heroes on their struggle to save Azeroth from his much, much larger counterpart

- Behind-the-scenes DVD with over an hour of developer interviews and commentaries, as well as a special Warcraft retrospective examining the rich gaming history of the Warcraft universe

- Soundtrack featuring 10 epic new tracks from Cataclysm, including exclusive bonus tracks

- Special-edition mouse pad depicting Deathwing menacing the ravaged continents of Azeroth

- World of Warcraft Trading Card Game cards, including a 60-card starter deck from the Wrathgate series, two extended-art cards, and two Collector's Edition-exclusive hero cards, marking the first appearance of goblin and worgen heroes in the TCG

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The package consists of the basic game plus all the usual extras such as a book of over 150 pages containing stills from the action and a look behind the scenes and much more. But unless you are a devotee, you can do without all this.

World of Warcraft builds on the success of similar themed games by cherry picking the best ideas from here, there, and everywhere, putting their own slant on them, and incorporating them into one package, more often than not improving upon them. So, World of Warcraft has everything you could want in a game. All the usual game components are present, you fight different creatures, go on various missions, get the thrill of gaining experience to learn more skills, not to mention getting to play on line with a large number of other players.

Although a complex game it is carefully thought out and very “user-friendly” allowing the players to get the feel of things relatively quickly. There aren’t any tutorials that show you how the game should be played, you have to figure this out for yourself and use whatever knowledge you get, from playing again and again, to your advantage. The 3D graphics allow you to play without too much interruption. Games are loaded really fast, taking away the whole attendant boring waits that can sometimes be present.

Apart from it being played in multiplayer, World of Warcraft makes a huge number of quests available and this is more than enough to keep a player busy. However, you can’t set out on just about any quest you want, this is a facility you have to earn. This does have an upside though; it prepares you for what is to come in later quests rather than just throwing you into them unequipped with some of the essential know-how required to achieve a winning result.

It is an enjoyable, absorbing game, solid in every department. But beware, before deciding to play this game, allow yourself plenty of free time, or take a day off, its hard to stop once you get into it.

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