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Pressnews.biz (Press Release) Nov 26, 2014
-- If you've played World of Warcraft, you know what I'm talking about. As you wander through the game, you find characters with exclamation points hovering over their heads, dispensing quests that, when completed, turn the exclamation points into question marks. The yellow "?" is one of the stars WoW players steer by, promising a brief dopamine rush as each quest is turned in for some quantity of gold and experience points and, if you're lucky, a Cool Item to equip.
Alongside the Quest for Question Marks is the Battle of the Hotbar. That's the one where, in the midst of fierce combat, you stare at the bottom eighth of your screen, a bar crammed with buttons representing your character's skills, attacks, and spells. Occasionally you'll look at the meticulously animated monster you're fighting, but that's only when your abilities are on cooldown (i.e., unavailable).
I should interject here that I adore World of Warcraft. It's one of my three favorite games of all time, and for me "all time" stretches back to about 1977. So, as a feral druid named Powhatan, I willingly Shredded and Ripped and Ferociously Bit my way through all the quests and enemies in the newly released Warlords of Draenor expansion. But it all felt a bit dated — clunky, even. At its core this is a game from 2004, reflecting the state of the massively multipayer genre at that time. Despite the fresh coat of paint, it's still that game.
As with every expansion, there's a sizeable chunk of WoW players for whom the purchase of Warlords of Draenor is a foregone conclusion: They'll buy it, play the heck out of it, and complain about the things they dislike. But if you've been out of Azeroth for a while, is there enough here to bring you back?
If you enjoy the core gameplay of WoW and its expansions, you'll get plenty of it here: 10 new levels (to a cap of 100), seven new zones (not counting the as-yet-unlocked Tanaan Jungle), hundreds of quests, and eight new dungeons. If you're expecting something fresh, though, you may be disappointed. You've been here, and you've done this.
The storyline propels your character into an alternate version of Draenor, the Orc homeworld. WoW players last saw Draenor — or what was left of it — in the 2006 expansion The Burning Crusade, where it was blasted into fragments and renamed Outland. In the new parallel timeline, though, the old Draenor is still intact, and populated with legendary Warcraft heroes such as Gul'dan, Durotan, and Archmage Khadgar. You'll fight alongside (or against) them as you unfold a complicated storyline involving the Iron Horde, a united orc army that threatens to sweep over Draenor and beyond.
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