If you've played Blizzard's digital card game Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft then you are intimately aware of the spinner that runs before every ranked/unranked match, the rotating dial eventually selecting your "Worthy Opponent" before the match start. But there are many other potential heroes upon that list. "Who are they?", you've probably wondered? Diligintely (and exhaustively), we've answered that question so you don't have to.
If you own the PS4 or Xbox One and have been wondering when you'll get to play Diablo 3 and it's Reaper of Souls expansion on their brand new machines. Well, Blizzard has finally announced an August release date for The Ultimate Evil edition of the game on the new (and old consoles) which will combine the core game and it's expansion, plus a bunch of other neat features; including the ability to transfer your character from PS3 or Xbox 360 to your new game! Come inside to check out all the details.
Long before Warcraft become synonmous with the MMO genre, and a dominating force in that area, the franchise started as a Real-Time Strategy franchise. Releasing in 1994 & 1995 respectively, Warcraft and Warcraft II are still beloved by fans the world over (myself included), but due to their age, there's no real way to play those games again...Fortunately Blizzard says they're working on that.
Today at Gamescom Blizzard pulled the veil back on Diablo III's first expansion titled, Reaper of Souls. The expansion adds an all new story, new levels, an extra class, boosted level cap, and adjustments to the end game content fans have been asking for. Come inside for all the details and to check out the fancy debut trailer!
Blizzard announced today that their console version of Diablo III (first announced during the Playstation 4 event), has a release date for the PS3 iteration. On top of that, they've also revealed an Xbox 360 version is on the way as well in September.
Well...here's a bit of news I never imagined I would be reporting on. Apparently, the long gestating StarCraft based FPS game, Ghost hasn't been cancelled as many fans believed. Technically, the game is still in development over at Blizzard.
The much anticipated follow-up, or expansion if you will, to Blizzard’s StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, released last week during what is an already busy and bustling month for video games. Does Blizzard’s newest real-time strategy game have what it takes to stand out in a month full of triple-A games? Come check out our full review to find out.
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm is only a few weeks away (though it's starting to feel like forever, because of anticipation), and with the release looming, Blizzard is prepared to debut a new cinematic trailer, along with some other things, during a special live event to be hosted February 26th.