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World of Warcraft Collector's Edition

Platform : Mac, Windows XP, Mac OS X, Windows
Rated: Teen
61 customer reviews

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World of Warcraft
  • Play the full game on both CD-ROM and DVD-ROM
  • 1 month subscription to World of Warcraft
  • 200 plus page hardcover art book
  • World of Warcraft Behind the Scenes DVD
  • Exclusive in game pet
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Product Description

Edition: World of Warcraft

Product Description

Brand new, factory sealed and shrink wrapped, never opened. Has un-used original collector's edition World of Warcraft code for pet, and all original collector's edition items.

From the Manufacturer

We're very excited to now reveal the confirmed contents of the World of Warcraft Collector's Edition. This special-edition collector's set will feature an inventory of rare, exclusive items created to commemorate the launc h of your epic quest into Azeroth, including:
  • The full game on both CD-ROM and DVD-ROM
  • One-month subscription to World of Warcraft
  • The Art of World of Warcraft, 200+ page hardcover art book
  • World of Warcraft behind-the-scenes DVD
  • Exclusive in-game pet
  • Official soundtrack
  • Cloth map charting the continents of Kalimdor, Azeroth, Khaz Modan, and Lor daeron
  • Signed collector's-edition game manual
  • 10-day free guest pass invite for one of your friends to join the epic ques t

Product Details

Edition: World of Warcraft
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0001O10V8
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 23, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,145 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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108 of 126 people found the following review helpful By J. Miller on October 13, 2004
Edition: World of Warcraft
Until somebody writes the official specs for the Amazon ad, here's what they have on the WoW website that comes with the collectors edition.

# The full game on both CD-ROM and DVD-ROM

# 1-month subscription to World of Warcraft

# The Art of World of Warcraft, 200+ page hardcover art book

# World of Warcraft Behind-the-Scenes DVD

# Exclusive in-game pet

# Official soundtrack

# Cloth map charting the continents of Kalimdor, Azeroth, Khaz Modan, and Lordaeron

# Signed Collector's Edition game manual

# 10-Day Free Guest Pass - invite one of your friends to join the epic quest

The list is amazing all the extra stuff you get. A 200 page hard cover book, and the sound track easily are worth the extra $30. But they go on with 2 versions of the game in both CD's and DVDs. Plus, the ability to give a friend a trial version and the DVD of behind the scenes. If they are still available, I recommend buying this version over the regular if you really love the Warcraft series. It may be a risk to wait and see when the actual release date is, but they are nearing Open Beta, and my only guess is before Christmas.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Diane Kraus on November 21, 2004
Edition: World of Warcraft
First: I have never played a MMORPG before this time. I'm not some kid with a gaming habit. I'm 27, fairly busy, and not about to spend money on a game I won't enjoy.

Up until this time the most incredible game I have ever played was The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. It was a perfect role-playing experience for someone raised on classic D&D, and the only drawback I ever found was that it was quite the lonely game. Months ago some friends of mine started talking about World of Warcraft. I was not even familiar with Blizzard or the Warcraft strategy games, so took all the hype with a grain of salt. Out of curiosity, though, I joined the Open Beta. And wow, what a couple of weeks that was.

The Warcraft world is richly diverse and deep in beauty. The scenery is gorgeous and the ambient sounds perfect, with some of the most beautiful music fading in and out as you explore. During the beta I played as human, undead, orc and night elf, and each race comes with its own history and its own future. Appearance is customizable enough that you don't "see yourself" walking around all that much, and the classes are all have strengths and weaknesses. Had great fun running down and slashing enemies with my undead warrior, enjoyed striking them with lightning from a distance with my orc shaman, smote the little beasties with my human priest and bound them with roots with my night elf druid. During that time I also learned how to make bandages and apply first-aid, fish, cook, and use herbs. It is no problem at all to create a character you will enjoy role-playing, and no, there is never another character out there just like yourself.

Of course, all that isn't taking in the social aspects of the game, which truly bring it up above and beyond the Morrowind experience.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Bayne on November 5, 2004
Edition: World of Warcraft
I am a 1 year+ veteran of Star wars galaxies and 2 year player of EQ1. Like many I am a VERY disappointed SOE customer who has been eaglerly awaiting some sort of shift in the MMORPG market, and it's here.

I was recently accepted to WoW's "Final Stress Test/Open Beta" and have been playing it hardcore style for 3 days now. This game is without a doubt the best overal MMORPG to date. Blizzard has once again upheld it's flawless reputation. Any of you RPG/RTS fans that have played Diablo/Warcraft/Starcraft will know what I mean. This game (even in beta) is VERY polished. Many gamers have dubbed WoW as the possible holy grail for the online genre of games. While some will definitely find fault with its "cartoonish" graphics, and comparitively fast leveling times, NO ONE can deny the fact that this game is a GIANT in the FUN category. This is due mostly to the staggering amount of enjoyable quests, an incredible looking landscape, and a fantastic user interface.

For those looking for an answer as to which game "EQ2 or WoW" is better...I will give both sides a try, but drawing on my years of experience with Sony Online, I would say that EQ2 players can expect absolutely astounding graphics, several time-sink methods, bugs, and bad customer service. This seems to be the SOE norm.

As for me....I'm putting down my lightsaber and picking up a Battle-Axe to battle "The Horde". See you in Azeroth!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kenar on November 5, 2004
Edition: World of Warcraft
I have always enjoyed MMORPG's. I like the community (usually) and i like the teamwork that is involved. Unfortunately most of the MMORPG's I have played haved been strictly group oriented. Meaning that you have to find a good group to do anything worthwhile. Seeing as I was a casual gamer who would sometimes not play for stretches at a time i usually did not join a guild. And in most other MMORPG's soloing after a certain level is not an option. I think World of Warcraft is great. I love the game and will be preordering it. The quests are simple and straightforward. All you have to be able to do is read the quest log it almost always gives you directions. The game also flows easily and leveling is not too easy but at the same time it is not that difficult. Which is great, meaning i dont have to spend every waking moment playing the game. This is a game for casual gamers, Blizzard has stated this was their target demographic. For all the hardcore MMORPG players there is always EQ2. I personally will have my time split from school, halo 2, and WOW.
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