GameZone joins the fray in favorably reviewing Mythic's MMO Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning, giving it an 8.8/10.
Some of the classes are male only, such as the Chosen, while others can be female only (Witch Elf). And it almost feels as though each class is mirrored by an opposite class. Each race has a starting point and natural enemy. The Empire starts in an area that is opposed by Chaos; Dwarves are opposed by Greenskins; and High Elves are natural enemies to the Dark Elves. This is not to say, though, that you can't travel to other areas and undertake quests in different lands. In fact, the quest system is relatively well designed and enables players take on quests wherever fortune may find them. The Witch Hunter, for instance, might find his mirrored match in the Witch Elf.
Be forewarned, though, that siphoning off small amounts of XP (experience points) from quests that are beneath you (when you look at a monster, they are rated as to the challenge, from trivial on up) may result in finding yourself tagged by the dev team in a wry sense of humor as a chicken. If this is the case, you will actually not run about in the form you entered the game in, but as a chicken.