SummaryCould have been stand-alone
The GoodExactly the same good as Warcraft 3; the gameplay still works fine, the soundtrack is awesome and the story and the way the game tells it are still great. I can't say there is any improvement though.
This expansion is just as long as Warcraft 3: Reigns of Chaos was and could have been sold to me as a full-priced game. I won't complaint about it though :)
The BadStill the same flaws as Warcraft 3, Blizzard is rather consistent it seems.
The Bonus campaign just keeps dragging on and it's way too easy. It does end with a great climax, but everything leading up to it is just boring and never seems to end.
The Bottom LineThis review is a bit shorter than what I usually write, but that is because you can't really say anything about this expansion. It's still exactly the same good with the same flaws as it's predecessor, but now at a much lower price. It's still a recommendation for fans of the Warcraft lore and for strategy-game fans, but people who aren't either of those this game will prove to be a bit boring and a little too hard.