Jan 25th 2011 1:02PM at level 84 (holy priest) hitting the northrend dungeons without help is tough (azjol nerub and utgarede pinnalce, parcularly). you cant queue for them, so its a bit frustrating,
Dec 7th 2010 12:46PM A comment.
Oct 14th 2010 9:30AM This right here.
I am playing wow with many of my friends from Highschool and earlier who were, uncoincidentally the guys who I was rolling dice with around my kitchen table "back in the day". We're all growed up with families and kids and careers, but WoW keeps us connected and has the last 6 years. Heck, WoW is how my kids got meet some of these guys originally.
I can't think of any other game/device/hobby/club/organization that could have kept a bunch of gamers in touch in such a way. The best part is that WoW has showed us that not only WoW, but the next mmo out there (it's coming eventually) will allow us to continue to do so. Kudos to Bliz for this, it makes paying for 3 accts almost painless.
Sep 24th 2010 1:55PM I got the WoW mouse when it first came out and suck is too good a word for it back then. Problem was, the extra buttons were totally addicting and I cried like a baby when I had to grab my back up logitech xm518, with so few buttons. Early on these babies shorted out and zapped your hand as if you weren't grounded properly...crazy. Anyway sent it back after it zapped itself out and was happier than a pig in sh!t when I reinstalled and realized Blizzard heard my prayers and helped them with key binding issues, which was also a SUPER problem in the first batch.
I am totally in love with the extra 2 small buttons on the L and R of the scroll mouse..this feature should be standard on all gaming mice imo.
In conclusion, they fixed a lot. I would recommend the mouse to those who: 1) have hands that are a little bigger (It's a bigger mouse then most you grab onto and takes some getting used to) and 2) believe that the left hand is doing a lot, but the right hand should be getting a bit more of the gaming workload.
my 2 copper