World of Warcraft: A bunch of "Pos" make their appearance in the world of Azeroth
Yes, I know, the Pandaren long preceed the Kung Fu Panda movies, but it's pretty much the same principle, kick-ass pandas!
The latest WoW expansion, Mists of Pandaria, features a new race for both factions, and a new class, Monk. This time, the level cap was raised to 90, and they added some more controversial features than in the previous expansions. One of them being that they added a Pet Battle System, you can think about Pokémon and that's pretty much what this is. But the biggest one, was the huge change the talent system got. I mean, this is the only WoW I haven't played, but seeing that now you simply use 6 points, in 90 levels... seems ridiculous to me. It really takes off the experience of having custom/unique builds, which was always interesting for me.
Of course, with a new level cap comes new leveling zones, and this expansion did introduce a new continent, Pandaria. PvE-wise, they added challenge modes in dungeons, and also a new kind of them called Scenarios, which only require 3 players to complete unlike all the other instances we had seen so far.
World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria Cinematic Trailer
A cool feature that was added in this occasion, was the account wide achievements, pets and mounts. This really makes it easier to have either vanity pets or mounts that you really like among all your characters, and not having to do the same grinding/farming over and over again.
They also included a really useful cross-realm feature, so whenever you're on a map with low population, you'll be able to interact with people from other realms. This is quite cool, I mean both PvE and PvP wise. It does encourage more world PvP (if it's the case), or simply more people to help each other by doing quests or so.
It's still too soon to discover everything this expansion has to offer, but despite the fact that I haven't played it yet, I don't dislike it as much as many other players do. The talent point system is a disappointment for me too but, I think they did compensate for it. If it was as bad as people say, Blizzard wouldn't still have as many subscribers as they do.