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World of Warcraft Pandas arrive in Azeroth

25 Sep 2012  by   Paul Younger
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The World of Warcraft: Mist of Pandaria is now live bringing those cuddly kung-fu fighting pandas to Azeroth. The server queues are long if you are trying to get on and play, but that’s to be expected with a new Blizzard title on launch day. The expansion includes the Pandarian race, a new Monk class, new¬†continent, pet battles and more.

Blizzard will be hoping that players come flocking back to the game which is what usually happens for a few weeks until the end-game content runs out. The question is, has Guild Wars 2 managed to pull gamers away from the ageing World of Warcraft or are gamers still mad for WoW? It will be interesting to see how WoW performs in the coming months, will this expansion keep the subscriber numbers strong?

Right, back to Guild Wars 2…

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  1. Arthas

    Pandas….? what a Joke Blizz has become…. WoW=Epic, TBC=Holy Sh*t Illidan, WOTLK=Can’t get any more EPIC Cataclysm=Um, ok..good… fresh. MOP=WTF better to wait for kung fu panda 3, and you guys are actually comparing it with Guild wars 2?

    September 26, 2012 at 4:03 am

  2. Darth Nixa

    Blizzard is dead. Dungeon Finder? Okay… Cross-realm Dungeon Finder? Bad.. Guild Finder? What the fuck? Pokemon battles? Farmville? What’s next – Friend finder and social network integration? Everybody standing in Org/SW waiting for their queues to pop up, yelling at noobs and grinding daily quests… WoW died with Arthas.

    September 26, 2012 at 11:04 pm

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