Jack Black's voice sounds different.
I'm just the opposite of the submitter. I usually like Blizzard's trailers & cut scenes, but this just kinda irritated me.
Hopefully the point between the opening of the expansion and the point at which the Aspies figure out all the math and give the "ideal" playing mechanics set in stone on a forum somewhere is a little longer this time.
The loot tables are already up on WowHead, so the min-maxers have already figured that out.
Beta raiders have already posted boss strategy guides.
I'm gonna play the farmville and pokewhatever for a month. Then hop to Secret World.
Five for a funny animation sequence and the death of the franchise
|Hugo Gorilla |
I remember when Pandarens were the most popular race players wanted added to the game. Now most people just make snarky "Kung Fu Panda" comparisons. I can't decide if this is because people are finally burnt out with WoW and now face every update and expansion with weariness and cynicism, or if it was just a bad idea to begin with and should've be implemented years ago when people would gush over anything Blizzard did.
Shine on, you crazy diamond.
Really, if they just charged $30 to buy updated skins and textures for the Vanilla side, they'd make some money. Not sure I need Farmville in my WoW.
in all honestly, this is the only direction they could choose to go in to reinvigorate the series
After all those years I would have expected the orc or human to have picked up a piece of loot to equip themselves.
|Jet Bin Fever |
totally. but, nice animation
I found myself not caring at least a dozen times in the first minute and a half.
|Dread Pirate Roberts |
The animation is beautiful, so I'm gonna give it five stars.
But... Battle Pandas. Skadoosh.
i am now going to buy WoW in order to play as a giant panda
along with all the other 8 year olds
wait, no i'm not
WoW is like everything else in America: it just gets fatter.
Japanophiles, drunks, furries, and fat people rejoice! You can now roleplay any or all of the above.
I already know what the starting area is going to be like. There'll be a couple dozen NPCs doing katas here and there, quests involving gathering ingredients to brew with, harmonizing with nature, destroying intruders who threaten your way of life, and then you leave for some reason. Probably exiled or something.
Also, now non-combat pets are pokémon. No shit.
At least the Death Knight starter quests involve you slaughtering hundreds of innocents. This legitimately is Hello Kitty Island Adventure.
|Sudan no1 |
Kung Fu Panda 3: The Shrekoning.
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