World Of Warcraft: Mists Of Pandaria Reviewed
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GameSpy has posted a new review of Mists of Pandaria, the fourth expansion for Blizzard Entertainment's World of Warcraft. Features of Mists of Pandaria include the introduction of the Pandaren as a playable race, the new martial arts focused Monk class, a level cap increase to 90, and a range of new content to explore.
From the review:
In theory, at least, Mists of Pandaria is less about the the anthropomorphic bamboo-munchers who spout Confucian aphorisms and more about the war between the Alliance and the Horde -- but it's hard to think otherwise when they're almost everywhere in Pandaria and when, in a first for World of Warcraft, both factions can play them. Blizzard handles them well, though, and with no more silliness than we've seen in the past with gnomes and goblins (and ogres, for that matter).Head over to the page below for the full review.
GameSpy: WoW Mists of Pandaria Review
Paradoxically, this may be WoW at its most mature, as its tales of the corrupting influence of the Sha hint at a more sinister enemy than the Lich King's predictable undead hordes. For every pandaren who talks about his mud-based brew in a drawling Texas accent, there are a dozen more who offer weighty wisdom on the brewing faction battle and the catastrophic consequences of hate. My favorite are the Shado-Pan, the secretive monastic order devoted to protecting Pandaria, who go a long way toward proving that you can, in fact, mention the words badass and pandaren in the same sentence.
World Of Warcraft: Mists Of Pandaria
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