• 15 Must Have Diablo III Items

    Published at Kotaku - 29 readers

    After an expansion, a console port, and several patches, Diablo III looks really healthy right now. With tons of special items and legendaries added to the game it almost—almost!—feels like Diablo II again, with all the math you have to do to assemble the perfect character with the perfect gear.

  • WoW’s 10th Anniversary Brings Nostalgia, Molten Corgis

    Published at Rock, Paper, Shotgun - 5 readers

    By Ben Barrett on September 12th, 2014 at 8:00 am. Blizzard usually throw a birthday party for World of Warcraft, but are really indulging their love of pomp and nostalgia as the MMORPG hits double digits. WoW’s 10th anniversary celebrations will bring a level-100 version of the classic Molten Core raid and a new PvP battleground based on old favourite murderzones Tarren Mill and Southshore.

  • EGX Hands-On: Never Alone

    Brutal Gamer - - 10 readers - The story of a girl and her white fox. One of the great things about going to gaming expos is that you will often find that a game you weren’t aware of before is one of the ones that leaves the most lasting impressions. We got that exact feeling when we played Never Alone, or ‘Kisima Innitchuna’ as it’s also known. It’s certainly shaping up to be one of the titles to look out for in the future.
  • Post-PAX Impressions: Never Alone, Ori and Paperbound - First Look - - 4 readers - Sometimes Chris gets so busy the rest of us start to sweat just from following him on Twitter. He dug into a LOT of games over the course of PAX Prime 2014, and over the next week or so we're going to be bringing you his impressions. For Part 5 we've got Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna), Ori and the Blind Forest and Paperbound...
  • Diablo 3’s Pets Are Being Buffed and Revamped

    The Gamer Headlines - - 14 readers - Diablo 3’s pet system has been chastised for giving certain classes and builds fragile/weak/”squishy” companions. No more, sayeth the mighty Blizzard, shall Diablo 3 hold such a travesty upon its servers! Okay, so Blizzard itself can’t talk, but that’s the gist of what game designer John Yang said about the current system on this Diablo III forum post.
  • Blizzard Cancels its Next-Gen MMO Titan

    Gamers Sphere - - 3 readers - Well, it is now official, Blizzard has cancelled its previously called “next-gen” MMO Titan after seven years of work because they “didn’t find the fun” of it. Not a whole lot was known about Titan, after it was officially confirmed back in 2010, and somehow playable in 2011, the whole project went sort of silent afterwards.

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  • Blizzard Wants to Give ‘World of Warcraft’ an eSports Makeover

    …With the recent announcement that Blizzard has thrown in the towel on Project Titan, many MMO fans are wondering what kind of newly-available resources the developer might send over to the World of Warcraft team. The Warlords of Draenor expansion launches next month and Blizzard has already expressed interest in ramping up the expansion schedule…

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  • Blizzard wants World of Warcraft in the eSports arena

    …After a decade of bringing geeks from around the world together to fight or fight beside the forces of evil Blizzard is looking into the possibility of World of Warcraft making a name for itself in the competitive gaming world. Blizzard’s head of eSports, Kim Phan said to PCGamesN : “I can definitely say that WoW 3v3 Arena right now is kind…

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  • Never Alone At EGX – The Progenitor Of The World Games Genre

    … and are pressing on through the harsh tundra against a torrential blizzard. As I marched forward, ensuring I braced myself against the harsh winds, I reached an impassible cliff, but thankfully my fox companion could scale it and pass down a rope for me to climb. As I reached a dead end with only the frigid ocean ahead of me, the narrator…

    3 readers - The Gamer Headlines - Never Alone -
  • World of Warcraft : Vol’jin Shadows of the Horde Review (Book review)

    …World of Warcraft : Vol’jin Shadows of the Horde Review (Book review) I am not a fan of World of Warcraft, nor have I ever played it. So reading this book was a challenge to say the least. That fact was not at all helped by the author, Michael A. Stackpole, who seems to write for the sake of writing in this particular novel. At a fair 34 chapters…

    2 readers - Brutal Gamer - Warcraft -

  • Blizzard Now Lets you Revive your Deleted Characters in World of Warcraft

    … for a new Undead character. If you instantly regretted that decision you had no way of getting your beloved Night Elf back, until now. Blizzard has completely thrown out all laws of video games and are giving you the opportunity to resurrect characters you thought were gone forever. This new feature will come as part of a pre-Warlords of Draenor patch…

    2 readers - n3rdabl3 - Warcraft -
  • EGX Hands-On: Never Alone

    … the form of a 1 or 2 player puzzle platformer, where you control a girl (who is simply called ‘Girl’) and her fox, as you try to traverse the Arctic lands. The story ing the game is inspired by Kunuuksaayuka, the story of an endless blizzard, and Girl and Fox ahve to work together to get through and survive. Both Girl and Fox have different abilities…

    10 readers - Brutal Gamer - Never Alone -
  • World of Warcraft ‘Undelete’ Character Service Coming in Patch 6.0

    …Blizzard have announced on their World of Warcraft website that a brand new feature in the upcoming Warlords of Draenor 6.0 patch will be the ability to ‘undelete’ a character. So if you end up deleting a character for whatever reason and want them back, now you can with this new feature. However, there are some rules to what you can restore…

    3 readers - The Gamer Headlines - Warcraft -
  • Diablo III Patch 2.1.1 Now Available on PC

    … by the Shield Pylons. As of right now, the patch is only active for the PC version of Diablo III, though Blizzard assures us that we will be seeing a version of the patch for console versions of the game very soon. Other things to note in this latest update and patch include: Playing as the Crusader, the Shield Bash can now be interrupted during…

    4 readers - Gaming Precision - Diablo -
  • Post-PAX Impressions: Never Alone, Ori and Paperbound - First Look

    … fables that have been handed down for generations. Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) is the product of this venture. It tells the story of an endless blizzard that is threatening the survival of the Alaskans and only a little girl and her arctic fox friend, known simply as 'Girl' and 'Fox' can bring an end to it. Girl can manipulate machinery…

    4 readers - - Never Alone -
  • Blizzard Drops Next-gen MMO Titan After 7 Years

    …Blizzard has decided to cancel their next gen MMO Titan after seven years of development. Although Titan was never officially announced, it’s development was well known and confirmed by Blizzard in 2010. The game suffered a cutback in 2013 when Blizzard scaled back the development team in 2013 and was then delayed to 2016. Speaking to Polygon…

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  • Project Titan’s Cancellation Could Mean Trouble For Blizzard, Says Analyst

    …According to Michael Pachter, a video game, social media, digital media and electronics analyst with Wedbush Securities who regularly hobnobs with many gaming execs, Blizzard’s cancellation of their MMO Project Titan could spell trouble for Blizzard: “It is a blow, for sure, they need to stem WoW declines, and I am surprised that it took so long…

    2 readers - The Gamer Headlines -

  • ‘Titan’ Cancellation is a Problem for Blizzard According to Analyst

    …When World of Warcraft was at its peak seven years ago (shortly after the launch of its first expansion), it seemed that Blizzard could accomplish anything in the world of MMOs. The company had rewritten the Everquest formula and made the time-consuming genre accessible to more casual PC gamers, all while expanding on the already wildly-popular…

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