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World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria - Collector's Edition

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Edition: Mists of Pandaria
  • Behind-the-Scenes DVD and Blu-Ray: Learn about the creation of Pandaria with this two-disc set featuring over an hour of commentary, insider interviews, and developer roundtables.
  • Collector's Edition Soundtrack CD: Experience 20 orchestral pieces from Mists of Pandaria.
  • The Art of Mists of Pandaria Book: Explore this 208-page hardcover tome featuring never-before-seen pieces from the expansion, from early concepts to final 3D renderings.
  • Chen Stormstout Mouse Pad: Equip your desk with this special-edition mouse pad featuring the legendary pandaren brewmaster.
  • World of Warcraft Mount and Pet: Take to the skies of Azeroth astride the magically-conjured wings of the Imperial Quilen mount, and fly with the Lucky Quilen Cub at your side!

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Edition: Mists of Pandaria
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0050SZDAO
  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 12.1 x 10.6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Release Date: September 25, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (601 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,760 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Edition: Mists of Pandaria

Product Description

The Collector's Edition of Mists of Pandaria includes the full version of the game on DVD-ROM and contains the following exclusive bonus items as listed in product features:
  • Behind-the-Scenes DVD and Blu-Ray: Learn about the creation of Pandaria with this two-disc set featuring over an hour of commentary, insider interviews, and developer roundtables.
  • Collector's Edition Soundtrack CD: Experience 20 orchestral pieces from Mists of Pandaria.
  • The Art of Mists of Pandaria Book: Explore this 208-page hardcover tome featuring never-before-seen pieces from the expansion, from early concepts to final 3D renderings.
  • Chen Stormstout Mouse Pad: Equip your desk with this special-edition mouse pad featuring the legendary pandaren brewmaster.
Unlock The Mysteries of Pandaria
You've ended Deathwing's destructive rampage and saved the dragonflights from extinction. Now you must unlock the mysteries of the lost continent and discover the dark secrets of Pandaria's past. Explore ancient kingdoms hidden since before the Sundering, plunder vast treasures from the depths of the forgotten vaults, and rise to defend Pandaria from the shadow of a long buried evil - before it's too late.

Master the Path of the Monk
Learn the mystic powers of the Monk, World of Warcraft’s newest playable class.  Destroy foes with the Windwalker’s devastating attacks, replenish allies with the Mistweaver’s spiritual energies, and shrug off enormous damage with the Brewmaster’s unyielding strength.

Battle to Level 90
Ascend to new heights of power as you explore the verdant reaches of the Jade Forest, war with the terrible Yaungol on Kun-Lai Summit, and unlock the secrets of the Mogu’shan Vaults. 

Unleash Pandamonium
Set out as a member of the enigmatic Pandaren—World of Warcraft’s first neutral race – and join the ranks of either the Horde or Alliance as you enter the conflict brewing on Pandaria’s shores.

Discover a Lost Continent

Explore the ancient kingdoms of Pandaria and mount your defense against a newly awakened evil stirring in the continent’s dark corners.

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World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria is the fourth expansion to the Massively Multiplayer Online Role-playing game (MMORPG), World of Warcraft.* Set in Pandaria, an until now hidden corner of Azeroth, the expansion features an Asian inspired theme that includes: a new playable race the Pandaren, the new Monk class, and new instanced adventures. Additional features include: PC and Mac compatibility, a new level cap of 90, challenge modes, a vanity pet battle system, and talent calculator.

This special collector's edition contains a variety of physical and digital bonus items. See the complete list of these below.

World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria game logo

Discover the Secrets of a Lost Continent

Shrouded in fog since the world was sundered more than ten thousand years ago, the ancient realm of Pandaria has remained unspoiled by war. Its lush forests and cloud-ringed mountains are home to a complex ecosystem of indigenous races and exotic creatures. It is the homeland of the enigmatic Pandaren, a race that celebrates life to the fullest even while under siege by an ancient menace. The new continent reveals itself to a broken world just as the Alliance and Horde are spiraling ever closer to a war that will consume all of Azeroth. Will the mists of Pandaria part to reveal the world's salvation? Or will the battle to control this rich and breathtaking new land push the two mighty factions over the brink of war and into total annihilation? The answers await within Pandaria's mysterious shores.

A Pandaren Monk from World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria
Discover the secrets of the once hidden continent of Pandaria, which include a new playable race and character class.
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Beautiful Asian inspired scenery from World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria
Explore the beautifully dramatic Asian inspired gameworld.
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Minimum System Requirements

PC
  • OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 (32 & 64-bit supported)
  • Processor: Intel Pentium D, or AMD Athlon 64 X2
  • RAM: 2 GB or more of RAM, 1 GB for Windows XP
  • Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce 6800 or ATI Radeon X1600 Pro video card with 256 MB Video RAM or better
  • Hard drive: 25 GB free hard drive space
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
Mac
  • OS: Mac OS X 10.7.3
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo processor
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT or ATI Radeon HD 2600 video card or better
  • Graphics card memory: 1 GB
  • Hard drive: 25 GB free hard drive space
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection

Collector's Edition Items Included

  • World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria for PC/Mac on DVD-ROM
  • The Art of Mists of Pandaria 208-page art book
  • Mists of Pandaria mouse pad
  • Behind the scenes DVD and Blu-Ray two-disc set
  • Collector's edition soundtrack
  • World of Warcraft in-game Mystical Imperial Quilen flying mount
  • World of Warcraft Lucky Quilen Cub in-game pet
  • Exclusive Infested Orc and Night Elf Templar StarCraft II Battle.net portraits
  • Diablo III banner sigil and accent

Key Game Features

  • A New Playable Race: the Pandaren - Play as the noble and enigmatic Pandaren, a new race available to both Horde and Alliance players, and discover the secrets of their ancient and mystical homeland Pandaria.
  • Master the Path of the Monk - Learn the mystic powers of the Monk, World of Warcraft's newest playable class. Destroy foes with the Windwalker's devastating attacks, replenish allies with the Mistweaver's spiritual energies, and shrug off enormous damage with the Brewmaster's unyielding strength.
  • Battle to Level 90 - Ascend to new heights of power as you explore the verdant reaches of the Jade Forest, war with the terrible Yaungol on Kun-Lai Summit, and unlock the secrets of the Mogu'shan Vaults.
  • Challenge Modes - Master the new Challenge Mode, compare best times with your friends, and gain amazing rewards for your character.
  • Pet Battle System - Level up your vanity pets, teach them new abilities, and challenge your friends to friendly pet battles.
  • New Instanced Adventures - Join forces with your fellow heroes and embark on epic scenarios that will challenge you like never before.
  • Talent Calculator - Customize your character with the new and improved talent system.

Additional Screenshots

A Hozen foraging beast from World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria
All new bestiary creatures.
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A Pandaren dressed in fine garments in World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria
Represent the Alliance or Horde.
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A mixed jungle game environment from World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria
The level cap raised to 90.
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A Pandaren assuming a fighting stance against a crane in World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria
Hone your kung-fu skills.
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* Full game versions of World of Warcraft, Wrath of the Lich King and Cataclysm, as well as an Internet connection are required for play.


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124 of 160 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The magic is spent November 19, 2012
Edition:Mists of Pandaria
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
I adored WOW when it came out. MMO aspect aside, it was one of the most beautiful game worlds ever conceived. The art direction was awe-inspiring, and the combat was very good. I was invested in the warcraft lore and so actually being able to run in a building was pretty amazing to me. Thunder Bluff, the Undercity, Stormwind, Tendrassill have some of the best architectures ever seen, in real life or in virtual life.

I played through burning legion then took a break. But when I came back for trials, I'd still play ravishingly, burning through the new content as fast as I could while the trial lasted. The last time I did this was with the Cataclysm scroll of resurrection.

I just played the trial. I played a hours of it, completed a few quests.

Then got bored. It was a chore to complete. I stopped at the first pandaria 85 zone.

The magic is gone.

WOW has really changed over the years. Where it had once been bustling with life, now it is largely empty. I remember when it was so full that completing newbie quests could be hard because there was always someone killing the newbie stuff. Now, I go to 85 Horde Pandaria area like one month after launch and it is *empty*. It's like the people who still are playing the game max out the level within a week of release and then go raiding.

World PVP used to be real. Starting around level 25, Alliance and Horde were channeled to the same zones and so while completing a quest you might see an opposite faction player and decide to gank him, or he gank you. That added a sense of chaotic spontaneity and I loved it.

Now, you largely quest alone and there's no one to challenge you. Or, a high level griefer will drop by, kill you, and then fly off with a flying mount.
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132 of 171 people found the following review helpful
Edition:Mists of Pandaria
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
**WoWInsider asks Ghostcrawler about the decline in 25-man raiding, and how 10-man raids seem to be the only kind now:
WoWInsider: Do you think 25 man raiding has stabilized at all, or is it still in decline? Are you guys working on anything to address that?
Ghostcrawler: I don't know -- overall, I haven't looked at the numbers in awhile -- my hunch would be that it's still in decline honestly, because there aren't a lot of -- it's just entropy, that 25 man guilds collapse into 10 man guilds, and it's really hard for a 10 man guild to decide "Hey, let's recruit a bunch and become 25!"*

This was my biggest issue with MoP. The raid lockouts for both 10 and 25 are the same, and no one wanted to be in a 25-man guild. There were hundreds (maybe thousands) of guilds on the server I played on when I quit, because all of them were 10-man, and only a handful were 25-man. As I state later in the review, this made joining a guild and creating one almost impossible.**

In Wrath of the Lich King, you had your crazies and your jerks, but at least they didn't take up ninety percent of the WoW population. Since Cataclysm, the playerbase has strongly changed, turned into some globular, filthy black mass of selfishness... kind of like a Sha, but a lot harder to kill.

Like I said, I've played during Wrath of the Lich King, and I loved that expansion. I heard that The Burning Crusade was the best out of all of them, and I believe it, because some of the more amazing tales I've heard about the game involved that expansion. Guilds were massive, raids were actually important, and people relied on one another to get the job done. In WotLK that happened as well, in Cata, not so much, then it just completely vanished in MoP.

For a while, I wasn't sure why this was.
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160 of 215 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Max Level, Long-Time Player September 27, 2012
By Aithos
Edition:Mists of Pandaria
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I normally don't write reviews for products, but in this case I feel the need to write one with honest opinions from someone who has played the game since the beginning and is currently max level (90). Before I begin let me start by saying this: I understand everyone will have their own opinions about what this game "should" be, but how can you possibly give a good review of an expansion without having even played enough of it to know? I'd wager most of the reviews posted are not even close to max level (at a decent solo pace questing it takes 25 hours) so I know you all haven't gotten there yet. At any rate, here are my early impressions:

Good:
- Area flow during leveling is amazing. This has really been lacking in a lot of expansions, the quests seem to line up well and you can very naturally go through the whole zone without missing obscure quests along the way. You also won't be running back and forth 20 times in the same zone for quests, each hub is clearly marked when you are of appropriate level and the mini-achievements pop up at the end of each hub so you know you're done. Probably the best questing I've ever seen. The quests themselves have some neat variety but there is only so much you can do, it's questing. I really like that you can't fly until 90, this is obviously the reason they spent so much time designing the flow of each area. People would have been pissed at not being able to fly AND having shitty questing like the old game (Vanilla) when most people grinded mobs to level instead.

- System design (talents, professions, reputations). I know some people hate the new talents, I personally love it.
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