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3-30-2012 @ 4:47PM
My perspective on DS is sort of tempered. See, when I returned from Christmas, my PC had died and I had to raid on a crummy laptop from 2006. It ran WoW, but certain things just couldn't keep up. It managed to let me run Firelands on 10-man and most other scenarios that didn't involve a lot of players; I couldn't go into Stormwind during peak hours, for example.Unfortunately, Dragon Soul was just too much for that poor little laptop. The wide-open spaces of Dragonblight did not render properly and caused a lot of ghosting. Raid Finder? Forget about it; 24 other people and their assorted spell effects turned any attempt to try it into the Slideshow edition of WoW.So yeah, I really didn't get to see much of Dragon Soul. Despite Blizzard's low-end requirements on WoW, there ought to be a function in the graphics detection that tells you to go read a book instead.
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