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Legendary Thread: 1UP's World of WarCraft Podcast

By 1UP Staff

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The 1UP Network's resident World of Warcraft addicts reluctantly take a break from actually playing WoW to talk about playing WoW, and cover the latest news, messageboard flame wars, and gameplay tips along the way.

Customer Reviews

Downhill since luke smith left

While Luke Smith was on the podcast it was by far one of the best WoW 'casts around. He bought an original brand of humour and gave an exciting insight into the end game of WoW. Since his departure the show has gone from mediocre to poor, half of the cast dont seem to even play the game regularly and lack the passion that other WoW podcasters have. Please bring Luke Smith back.

Legendary decline?

This used to be my favourite WOW podcast, and the early episodes are amazing - full of smart opinions and humour that would appeal to anyone lounging in Azeroth. However, the departure of a certain Luke Smith and the seeming ubiquity of another MMO has mysteriously coincided with a significant dip in episode length, quality and coverage of the subject matter. I'm a man who likes a tangent, but the recent episodes have had a bit too much LOTRO for a WoW podcast. I really hope they turn it around, because this show is amazing when it wants to be.

Not the same.. but change is good

If i'm brutally honest, i think Luke leaving was a serious blow to the podcast. I feel that he made it a bit more active, it's not fair to knock it down a few stars just because it doesn't have him anymore. If anybody has been looking at WoW recently they'll notice the same things happening, people aren't exactly running about cheering anymore, things have calmed down a bit. Its what makes me like this podcast, because i'm tending to spend a bit less time with WoW and a bit more time with other things, so its good to know i'm not the only one. Keep it up guys =)