World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Reviews

The enthusiastic reviews for Blizzard's World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade continue, with two more popping up over the weekend. The first is at Games Radar with an overall score of 9/10:
TBC has its share of bumps but on the whole it fits seamlessly into the world, story and fabric of the original. Lush and vibrant, it is everything an expansion should be: a furthering of a much loved and honored world. We found ourselves barely able to stop playing long enough to write this, and plan on delving right back in as soon as we can. Brava, Blizzard, you've continued the world - and the addiction - impeccably.

And the second is at GameSpy, though it's only their first impressions at this point:
In addition to the high-level areas, we've also been spending time in the starting areas for the two brand-new races: the Blood Elves (Horde) and Draenei (Alliance). Both areas are gorgeous to look at and jammed with tons of quests to help you get to level 20. After that, you'll be returning to the "old world" for levels 20-60, which we already knew, but is still a little disappointing. At the least, we'd like to see some new dungeons for the new lowbie areas, but when (or if) that will happen is a question that remains unanswered for now.