Related Web Sites
- 10 Moments That Made World of Warcraft -- article about 10 defining moments in the MMORPG after five years, on Eurogamer (30th November 2009)
- Beginner's Guide to the World of Warcraft -- Inside Mac Games' introductory guide to WoW.
- Blizzard President Comments on WoW Issues (PC) -- Mike Morhaime issues a public statement regarding the server problems plaguing the game. (Jan. 21, 2005)
- Coca Cola commercial -- Video of the Chinese Coca Cola commercial inspired by World of Warcraft.
- Make Love, Not Warcraft -- The Wikipedia article on the South Park episode Make Love, Not Warcraft, dedicated to World of Warcraft.
- The internet phenomenon Leeroy Jenkins -- A Wikipedia article
- The Next Chapter in the Battle for Azeroth -- An Apple Games article about the Macintosh version of World of Warcraft, written from the eyes of Regwyn, a Human Paladin for the Alliance (November, 2004).
- Toyota Tacoma commercial -- A commercial for the Toyota Tacoma, created using the World of Warcraft world (hosted on YouTube).
- Why World of Warcraft Made It Big -- Article on Gamasutra (20th March 2008)
- World of Warcraft -- Official Site
- World of Warcraft Europe -- The official European website.
- World of Warcraft interview with Bill Amend author of Foxtrot. -- In the newspaper comic called Foxtrot, one of the main characters named Jason Fox plays a game named "World of Warquest" which is supposed to be Foxtrot perspective of World of Warcraft. So Allakhazam did an interview with Bill Amend about what he likes about World of Warcraft
- World of Warcraft Stratics -- Large information and news site.
- World of Warcraft - Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau -- Official game website for these regions.
- World of Warcraft - Wikipedia -- The main article about the game on the open encyclopedia website
- WOW China -- Official Chinese game website
Searches and Links
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