World of Warcraft: Cataclysm (PC) (New & Sealed) Online & Instore - £8 Delivered @ CeX - HotUKDeals
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Easily the best price around for the latest expansion.

Even if this game destroyed your life at one point and you hate it forever, you cant deny its a great price ;)

OOS online, only available instore, should you be near one
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3 Likes #1
Currently destroying my life, buying this to destroy a friends! Great game, hot price.
#2
Even my 6 yrs boy is crazy about war craft and counter strike , hot
2 Likes #3
good price,worst expansion ever,ruined the game
#4
How can you tell this is new and sealed ?
1 Like #5
(S) means they're buying it sealed. i bought mine online and it came unsealed but the code works so maybe they unwrapped it after buying it.
#6
Thanks inweelendil, ordered my copy now :)
2 Likes #7
zed68
good price,worst expansion ever,ruined the game


Sort of agree and disagree. Its awesome that the game is a lot more harder like vanilla days, but the content is actually worst than WOTLK :/ Leveling was about the only enjoyable thing I found in cata. Flying in EK/Kalim was fun... for about 10 minutes.
#8
Great price, but agree with the negative comments about the xpac. Worth the box price, but not much content in this one unless you're a new player.
#9
Heh how on earth do you think its harder? Great price, but they need to hurry up with the new content. Are they guranteeing the code will work?
#10
Ah mou! Just paid £10 for it from here in order to sell my complete unused collection(I had a spare WOW, and Lich King so bought Burning Crusade and now this to sell on Ebay)

Looks like I wont get much for it now!
#11
Been needing to upgrade, anyone know the best price for the Lich King?
#12
999tigger
Heh how on earth do you think its harder? Great price, but they need to hurry up with the new content. Are they guranteeing the code will work?


Healing wise it is, unless they've changed it to satisfy the n00bs.

Havent played for a few months, so not up to date on it.

And yes, the code will work. CEX only buy sealed copies for certain PC games such as this.
#13
Echo215
Been needing to upgrade, anyone know the best price for the Lich King?


Best price has been about £15 strangely online. Would have expected it to be a fiver or below by now considering how pointless WOTLK content is now.
#14
if was in stock would be great :(
#15
Came back to WOW about a month ago, it seems like Blizzard are more and more concentrating their efforts on the hardcore gamer who plays for like 6+ hours a night rather than the casual gamer like myself. The long time/veteran players make new players feel really unwelcome as well with abuse if the new player doesnt move around the dungeon fast enough or if they havent cast a certain spell. Furthermore if your new and want to use the auction house system you can forget about it till your really high level because the prices for even low level gear are stupidly high.
#16
Amazing game, worth every penny. although highly addictive!!
#17
shaney2k
Came back to WOW about a month ago, it seems like Blizzard are more and more concentrating their efforts on the hardcore gamer who plays for like 6+ hours a night rather than the casual gamer like myself. The long time/veteran players make new players feel really unwelcome as well with abuse if the new player doesnt move around the dungeon fast enough or if they havent cast a certain spell. Furthermore if your new and want to use the auction house system you can forget about it till your really high level because the prices for even low level gear are stupidly high.


At the same time even when I was low levelI would get items that dropped for quests that would sell for like 100 times in AH what they would from a in game vendor

But the "hardcore" part has always been there, I remember someone wanting some help questing and I was a paladin and I said I would help then he chucked me out of group a little later as I wasnt healing fast enough

The only time WOW was friendly and easy to find people to quest with was in its first 2 years of life.
#18
Monthly subscription fee should be included in title.
#19
shaney2k
Came back to WOW about a month ago, it seems like Blizzard are more and more concentrating their efforts on the hardcore gamer who plays for like 6+ hours a night rather than the casual gamer like myself. The long time/veteran players make new players feel really unwelcome as well with abuse if the new player doesnt move around the dungeon fast enough or if they havent cast a certain spell. Furthermore if your new and want to use the auction house system you can forget about it till your really high level because the prices for even low level gear are stupidly high.


It's not really about hours per day it's about experience. You have players who have been playing for years and know the game inside-out, and you have newer players who grew up with clearing easy dungeons with gear 5 tiers better than what the dungeon was designed for in patch 3.3. If you're experienced then everything seems pretty easy except for heroic raids.

New players definitely get loads of abuse for their failings, but this is partly Blizzard's fault for not offering any kind of tutorial on how to play your class properly. You can pretty much level 1-85 by just spamming 1 or 2 spells randomly then all of a sudden you're in a situation where you're expected to be using like 20 spells adaptively.
#20
zed68
good price,worst expansion ever,ruined the game


People have been saying that since TBC came out and every expansion there after.
Used to play this years ago, glad I stopped now and have no desire to go back as it was a bit of a love hate relationship. Good price though.
#21
Athene
1 Like #22
My WHOLE family's life has been destroyed by this game!!.....:P

Edited By: manwithaplan on May 19, 2011 19:04
banned 1 Like #23
It's not hard to learn how to play your class properly. Just pull up a few guides on the net, they go into massive amounts of details and tell you exactly what to do, exactly what rotations you need, etc.

When you have four other people (or twenty four other people) all relying on you and how well you know your class, you can't really blame them for being upset when you fail badly and cause a wipe.

And if thats not your thing, then only raid with people you know, so they won't be quite as keen to break out the Jenkins stick.
#24
looks to be store only now
#25
I tried WOW about three or four years ago, but just found everything to be really repetitive. Tempted to try it again though as this looks a bit more interesting.
#26
shaney2k
Came back to WOW about a month ago, it seems like Blizzard are more and more concentrating their efforts on the hardcore gamer who plays for like 6+ hours a night rather than the casual gamer like myself. The long time/veteran players make new players feel really unwelcome as well with abuse if the new player doesnt move around the dungeon fast enough or if they havent cast a certain spell. Furthermore if your new and want to use the auction house system you can forget about it till your really high level because the prices for even low level gear are stupidly high.

1. Actually raids are more for the casual player these days. In the old days 40 man raids were the norm.
2. The long time veterans dont make players feel unwelcome just the idiots who do that.
3. Mt guild welcomes new players, but raiding requires effort being put into learning how to play, your class and listening to stragey the basics of raiding.
4. The AH thing is untrue, as a low level player you farm low level mats, which high level players are too lazy to farm and will pay hefty prices for.

That is how the game works.
#27
http://27.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_ljorr1d4La1qb2lfso1_500.jpg
#28
Ricky302
Monthly subscription fee should be included in title.


It shouldnt. As no one would buy the 3rd expansion without knowing about the fees, and newcomers buying every expansion will get 30 days free.
#29
New at CEX? What??
#30
I don't see how anyone would pay (an IMHO fairly high) monthly price for a game and then be expected to buy the game and expansions in the first place...

I mean good on blizzard for getting suckers to do this, but its a horrible model IMO.
#31
what is the monthly rate to play this
#32
£9 a month if paying blizzard but you can buy 3 month game cards for about £24 if you look around
#33
It seems the CD Expansion Packs are ironically much cheaper than the ones you can download.

My laptop doesn't have a disc drive so ss there anyway for me to buy a CD to get the 'authentication code' and download the files from the net for free. Then when I go to install it I'll enter the key I got with the CD?
#34
striker33
Echo215
Been needing to upgrade, anyone know the best price for the Lich King?


Best price has been about £15 strangely online. Would have expected it to be a fiver or below by now considering how pointless WOTLK content is now.


It's not pointless if you want/need to play Cataclysm.
#35
It seems the CD Expansion Packs are ironically much cheaper than the ones you can download.

My laptop doesn't have a disc drive so ss there anyway for me to buy a CD to get the 'authentication code' and download the files from the net for free. Then when I go to install it I'll enter the key I got with the CD?
#36
581d
striker33
Echo215
Been needing to upgrade, anyone know the best price for the Lich King?


Best price has been about £15 strangely online. Would have expected it to be a fiver or below by now considering how pointless WOTLK content is now.


It's not pointless if you want/need to play Cataclysm.


The WOTLK content has nothing to do with being able to play cataclysm. You basically pay £15 for a key code, then have to go through the painful leveling experience of Northrend to get to Cata content.
#37
SeverusSnape
It seems the CD Expansion Packs are ironically much cheaper than the ones you can download.

My laptop doesn't have a disc drive so ss there anyway for me to buy a CD to get the 'authentication code' and download the files from the net for free. Then when I go to install it I'll enter the key I got with the CD?


You can enter the CD key on your Battle.net account, then download the Cataclysm client from you account management.
#38
striker33
SeverusSnape
It seems the CD Expansion Packs are ironically much cheaper than the ones you can download.

My laptop doesn't have a disc drive so ss there anyway for me to buy a CD to get the 'authentication code' and download the files from the net for free. Then when I go to install it I'll enter the key I got with the CD?


You can enter the CD key on your Battle.net account, then download the Cataclysm client from you account management.


ah that's awesome, many thanks
#39
jacksonliam
I don't see how anyone would pay (an IMHO fairly high) monthly price for a game and then be expected to buy the game and expansions in the first place...

I mean good on blizzard for getting suckers to do this, but its a horrible model IMO.


Same can be said for Xbox Live for example. You pay a yearly sub just to be spammed with adverts when you boot up the console and exclusive dlc rights to which you pay double for, and get to use "premium" features such as online matchmaking, which every other service on PC/PS3 offers for free.

Like every MMO, they charge a monthly fee for constant server maintenance/upkeep, as well as constant large updates. Playing for a full year will cost you £100, and you'll most likely play a few hours a day, and the price could alternatively be used on say 3 brand new retail games, but the gameplay they offer is a tiny fraction of that what MMO's offer.
1 Like #40
striker33
jacksonliam
I don't see how anyone would pay (an IMHO fairly high) monthly price for a game and then be expected to buy the game and expansions in the first place...

I mean good on blizzard for getting suckers to do this, but its a horrible model IMO.

Same can be said for Xbox Live for example. You pay a yearly sub just to be spammed with adverts when you boot up the console and exclusive dlc rights to which you pay double for, and get to use "premium" features such as online matchmaking, which every other service on PC/PS3 offers for free.

Like every MMO, they charge a monthly fee for constant server maintenance/upkeep, as well as constant large updates. Playing for a full year will cost you £100, and you'll most likely play a few hours a day, and the price could alternatively be used on say 3 brand new retail games, but the gameplay they offer is a tiny fraction of that what MMO's offer.
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