30 oct Música en wow classic Dejando a un lado los temas más "polémicos" se puede hablar de la música que había en wow classic. Me refiero a que hubo un montón de canciones como la de Darnassus (D.E.P) o la de los tauren (no me refiero a Cima del Trueno) que cambiaron en Cataclysm,eso puede ser positivo porque no estamos acostumbrados a escuchar eso. Además de lo épica que era la canción que había al entrar al juego,no la he vuelto a escuchar desde entonces(1:19--2:16) Aquí abajo dejo un link https://youtu.be/eE5oaOOwInE Decidme que opinais,más canciones que hayan cambiado o lo que os apetezcaGele1 30 oct
In patch 2.1, Blizzard responded to this by adding additional anti-spam mechanics including whisper throttling and the report spam function. Additionally, trial accounts are prevented from speaking in the public chat channels (although they may speak to players within range or whisper to other players that have first whispered to them), participating in in-game trades, and using the Auction House and the mail feature, among other limitations.
The game's audio was well received, particularly the background music. By assigning music to different areas of the game world, reviewers felt that the fantasy style added to the player's immersion, and that the replay value was increased. The sounds and voices used by characters and NPCs, as well as the overall sound effects, were felt to add a "personality" to the game.
World of Warcraft was recognized at the 2005 Spike TV Video Game Awards where it won Best PC Game, Best Multiplayer Game, Best RPG, and Most Addictive Game. In 2008, World of Warcraft was honoured—along with Neverwinter Nights and EverQuest—at the 59th Annual Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards for advancing the art form of MMORPG games. In 2009, Game Informer ranked World of Warcraft 11th on their list of "The Top 200 Games of All Time". In 2015, the game placed 3rd on USgamer's The 15 Best Games Since 2000 list.