The demonic threat has been banished from the battle-scarred fields of Azeroth, but peace is still a distant dream. Now the war rages on, with more units, more missions, and more explosive strategic combat.
Warcraft III isn't a very good game.
Warcraft III: the Frozen Throne made it brilliant, if only by giving the people the powerful editor that gave them the ability to make incredible things.
The quantum leap from unit editing to doodads, abilities and more; the vast slew of additonal trigger actions; access to gameplay constants and interface settings... The perfect balance of reach and flexibility.
And the Rexxar campaign is totally ballin'.
Yet, one of most modded and expanded with users' invention game full of suprises, can't even count the variety of games you can have in W3.
Even if it's from 2001 it provides you with above million of people playing it around bnet, garena or tunngle + hamachi servers.
Talking about vanilla game, it perfectly recreates all the events from Warcraft, it feels nice, the atmosphere is dark and dull even if all the graphics look like fantasy. Storyline and voice acting are just bloody brilliant.