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7-20-2011 @ 9:12AM
It may be a knock off, but it looks pretty cool. I love the statues and the Kung Fu Panda restaurant.Just gotta work on the engrish. World Joyland doesn't quite roll off the tongue.
7-20-2011 @ 12:47PM
Not like Pacific Playland. Woooo!
7-20-2011 @ 12:59PM
After looking at a few of the pics I only saw a couple WoW-like "knockoffs". The elf statue looked very blood elfy and the Gnome carve out. Other than that it looked more like their interpretation of modern RPG/Sci-Fi. I mean Blizzard isn't the only ones to ever use Gnomes or Elves right? One thing I will say is someone is going to be freaking pissed when they find out "Jouney" doesn't mean what they THINK it means. (on the Gargoyle statue) Good thing it was carved. :p
7-20-2011 @ 1:08PM
Oh, and the giant Lich King statues used in the header. Other RPGs have Lich King's that look identical right?(Hint: they don't)
7-20-2011 @ 2:40PM
@ArrohonThat's a stretch to say that was a LK statue. It looks more like Thor to me. Except for the skull on his belt. WTF? I thought they got offended by skulls?? Another myth debunked.
7-21-2011 @ 3:35AM
And the (repainted) Illidan statue, and the Protoss ride sign, and the protoss buildings, oh yeah and the big sign that says "StarCraft II" and is an exact copy of the logo.I was thinking much the same "It's questionable, but still arguably fantasy" as I started the gallery (especially since the blood elf spire that was the big focus of all the old previews was no where to be seen) but as I clicked further in there's actually quite a bit.Some of it is really small "WOW under the troll sign" but it's still there.
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