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Frozen Throne
Sold Out (Win98/Me/2000/XP/Mac) (Retail) (WARCR3FTDR)

Full version of Warcraft 3 required to play.

Publisher: Blizzard Entertainment


Blood and Violence


from Games Domain

The Greatest Battle Is Yet To Come.....

Revisit the war-torn world of Azeroth. Several months have passed since Archimonde and the Burning Legion were defeated at the battle of Mount Hyjal, yet a new threat has arisen throughout the land. The evil Lich King Ner'zhul has been imprisoned inside the Icecrown glacier, deep within the arctic continent of Northrend. Although the former Orc Shaman lacks physical form, his soul lives on, forever seeking a means to escape his icy prison.

As the saga continues, it is revealed that both the Night Elf renegade, Illidan, and the traitorous Death Knight, Arthas, seek the Icecrown glacier and the mysterious powers found inside. While it is uncertain as to what is being sought inside the icy tomb, players must traverse uncharted lands and battle treacherous new enemies to uncover the schemes of these nefarious beings, and save all of Azeroth from the forces of darkness.

Game Features

One new Hero per race, each possessing powerful spells and magical abilities specifically designed to enhance each race.

A host of new units, each equipped with new abilities and spells, giving players the opportunity to create diverse strategic and tactical forms of combat.

Three new tilesets featuring extraordinary new lands to explore, complete with numerous creeps and critters to wage war upon.

Player-built shops, unique for each race, equipped with items carefully designed to improve and aid the units of every race.

Neutral buildings, which will provide players with numerous new upgrades, items and abilities. Neutral Heroes, available for recruitment by all players, that can supplement and strengthen a player's army with all new spells and abilities.

An advanced world editor that allows players to create their own custom campaigns, complete with cut-scenes and voiceovers.

Many new multiplayer maps. Expanded multiplayer options over including multiple new game types, clan and tournament support


Windows® 98/Me/2000/XP: 400 MHz Pentium II or equivalent, 128 MB of RAM, 8 MB 3D video card (TNT, i810, Voodoo 3, Rage 128 equivalent or better) with DirectX® 8.1 support, 700 MB HD space, 4X CD-ROM drive.

Macintosh® OS 9.0 or higher/ Mac OS X 10.1.3. or higher: 400 MHz G3 processor,128 MB of RAM, 16 MB ATI Technologies or nVidia chipset 3D video card, 700 MB HD space, 4X CD-ROM drive.

Recommended: 600 MHz processor, 256 MB of RAM, 32 MB 3D video card, DirectX® 8.1 compatible sound card


Games Domain by Giles Bird

"After having sold approximately ten jillion copies, and that's just in Korea, it's hardly surprising that Blizzard is doing an expansion pack for Warcraft III. What is surprising is how much work they've put into it when they could have just thrown a few new scenarios in a box. Come to think of it, these are the guys whose expansion packs for Starcraft and Diablo II were like whole new games, so maybe it's not that surprising."

"The centrepiece of Frozen Throne is the new campaign, which is easily as long as the one packaged with the original. The early missions for each race introduce the new units and heroes, but then they start playing around with some really neat scripting and gameplay twists. There are missions here that play unlike anything you've ever seen in an RTS, although some of them are difficult enough to tempt you to quit in frustration. Fortunately, you can always restart a mission on an easier setting."

"The icing on the whole big RTS cake is a set of new options for clan support and ladder tournaments. It's hard to imagine how anyone who plays Warcraft III online can get by without having Frozen Throne. We at Games Domain, in the immortal words of Mr. T, pity the fools."

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