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World of Warcraft Previews

  • Some Gamespies get the tar kicked out of them.

    While they were at BlizzCon '07, the folks at Gamespy tore through a five-man instance checking out the new sites and sounds and decimating their opponents. That is until they found themselves faced with a giant skeleton.

    Features, Previews
    Mon, Aug 06, 2007
    Cody Bye
  • Dungeons are good. Voice chat might be bad.

    WarCry shares their impressions of the upcoming WoW changes from E3.

    To say that World of Warcraft has a deathgrip on the MMO genre is an understatement. Quite honestly, they transcend it. This week they announced their 9 millionth subscriber worldwide. As a sign of their dominance, they were able to bring a content patch to E3 and get significant ink. The show afforded us the chance to see Zul'Aman, the new 10 man raid dungeon.

    Features, Previews
    Wed, Jul 25, 2007
    Aelryn
  • Kill trolls! The power of Zul compels you.

    What tricks did Blizzard have up its sleeve for World of Warcraft at E3 2007? Ethec and Shayalyn toured the upcoming 10-person raid instance of Zul'Aman with WoW's Associate Producer, Robe Foote, and learned about some of the clever dynamics that should make this raid both challenging and fun.

    Features, Previews
    Wed, Jul 18, 2007
    Aelryn
  • Seriously, Blizzard... another troll instance? Just what WoW needs... ::eyeroll::

    IGN has a preview of the upcoming WoW dungeon Zul'Aman, located in the Blood Elf starting area of the Ghostlands.

    Along with fully integrated voice chat and guild vaults, the World of Warcraft team over at Blizzard will be adding a new outdoor 10-man dungeon called Zul'Aman in an upcoming patch. It's located in the south-east corner of the Ghostlands, an area ruled by Zul'jin and his Forest Trolls.

    Read the full preview at IGN.

    Features, Previews
    Thu, Jul 12, 2007
    Aelryn
  • The Burning Crusade Updated Hands-On - A Tour of the New Outland Region

    Gamespot has updated their hands on tour of the Burning Crusades. Don't miss a thing, keep reading to learn more.

    Release day for The Burning Crusade, the much-anticipated add-on to the blockbuster massively multiplayer role-playing game World of Warcraft, is drawing near, and Blizzard has now finished fine-tuning the expansion's various new factions, zones, and instances. Following on from our last hands-on preview, we take one final look over what could be another momentous event for online games.

    Get clicking to read the rest.

    Features, Previews
    Mon, Jan 15, 2007
    LadySirse
  • New Preview

    Atomicgamer took some time to give us their thoughts on the upcoming Burning Crusades expansion to World of Warcraft.

    And the real-life atmosphere surrounding this expansion is a little different than what we saw two years ago when WoW was only just released. Gamers are rabidly anticipating the chance to go out, explore this new world of Outland, and level up their characters to the new maximum level: 70. But TBC isn't only made for the people who "raid" every single night, getting newer and more powerful gear. They've added two new races to the game: the Alliance gets the beefy Draenai race who have crash-landed on the planet of Azeroth due to the Burning Legion's arrival, and the Blood Elves are a new Horde race that used to once be the High Elves.

    Get clicking to learn more.

    Features, Previews
    Mon, Jan 15, 2007
    LadySirse
  • Burning Crusade Preview #2

    FiringSquad has posted their second look at the upcoming Burning Crusade expansion for World of Warcraft.

    First off, the entry to the new areas of the game is through the Dark Portal in the Blasted Lands. Now, instead of having the whole area infested with demons, there's a base camp for the Alliance and Horde. Of course, the other side of that gate is where all the new content lays waiting. Once you go through that gate, the new adventure begins.

    Get clicking to learn more.

    Features, Previews
    Thu, Jan 11, 2007
    LadySirse
  • Hit or Miss?

    GamerZines has posted their preview of the Burning Crusades. You'll want to see what they have to say about the upcoming World of Warcraft expansion.

    World of Warcraft is quite popular, apparently. So the developers have this expansion pack that a few people will probably be interested in.

    OK, we can't type any more with a straight face. The Burning Crusade is of course the most hotly anticipated expansion to the unbelievably huge World of Warcraft. Raising the level cap to 70, introducing new races, new quests, new areas and so much more, The Burning Crusade is so close and yet so achingly far away still.

    Get clicking to read the rest of the preview.

    Features, Previews
    Tue, Dec 05, 2006
    LadySirse
  • Burning Crusade Uncovered

    IGN has posted a preview of Wow's upcoming expansion, Burning Crusades.

    With the level cap being raised from 60 to 70, you can forget you have to eat actual food all over again. With the grind to 70 likely to take at least a couple weeks for even the most hardcore players, it's quite exceptional that Blizzard has managed to keep it feeling fresh. This is in no small part thanks to many creative new talents, special abilities and spells that you gain as you progress.

    Read the rest of the preview and then head over to our WoW Ten Ton Hammer Community site to read our take on this expansion.

    Features, Previews
    Thu, Nov 30, 2006
    LadySirse
  • Hands On Impressions of Burning Crusade

    Pro-G has posted their hands on impressions of the Burning Crusades. Keep reading to see what they think of the upcoming expansion to World of Warcraft.

    The Burning Crusade presents an interesting conundrum for World of Warcraft players: drop your existing high level character for the allure of starting one of two new races, or keep on with your uber-equipped killing machine and brave the shattered realm of Outland.

    So far, most beta players have opted for the high level rewards of Outland over starting a new character. But this isn't to the detriment of TBC's two new races, the manga-esque Blood Elves and the big blue aliens the Draenei - both have aspects that have drawn concern from the typically vocal WoW fan base, but overall are shaping up nicely.

    Get clicking to read more! What are your thoughts? Share them with us in the Ten Ton Hammer Forums.

    Features, Previews
    Thu, Nov 02, 2006
    LadySirse
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