Developer Blizzard has finally opened the gates of hell so that everyone can play the stunningly impressive Diablo IV. It builds upon lessons from all of the previous titles in the series to present players with a very enjoyable and compelling world that is chocked full of adventure and surprises.
Fresh off the rocky but successful open beta, Blizzard asked players to jump into another free weekend of beta play for Diablo IV, calling it the Server Slam event. It went surprisingly well with no issues for our reviewers who played on multiple platforms during the entire event, which all bodes well for the full launch in June.
The Diablo IV beta opened its gates of hell over the weekend so that players could jump in and explore the prologue and Act 1 of the upcoming action RPG. Although there were some expected connectivity issues, the beta itself was incredibly fun to play, which bodes well for the full summer launch.
News that Blizzard is launching The Burning Crusade for World of Warcraft Classic has got old school gamers excited to experience WoW again for the first time. But our Modern Gamer never got to play the game back in the day, so he’s checking it out for the first time. And wow, is he amazed.
Diablo III may be a five-year-old game, but Blizzard is still supporting it with brand new content, including the just-released Necromancer class DLC. If you stopped playing Diablo III, now is the time to jump back in. The Necromancer is amazing.
The World Championship of Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft will be help at BlizzCon on November 4 and 5th. This article explains what Hearthstone is, how it is played, and introduce Hearthstone eSports. GiN eSports presents Hearthstone and the journey to BlizzCon.
Blizzard really pulled out all the stops for BlizzCon this year, giving gamers quite a few surprises right at the opening ceremonies. We even got a deep glimpse and the pending WarCraft movie. Sit back and enjoy the full opening ceremonies, if you can keep from jumping out of your seat that is.
GUNNAR, the creator and world’s leading manufacturer of computer and gaming eyewear, today unleashed two new styles inspired by Blizzard Entertainment’s free-to-play online team brawler, Heroes of the Storm. GUNNAR’s new Heroes of the Storm Strike and Siege models are forged with the same commitment to peerless quality, competitive design, and stylish fun that drive each of Blizzard’s unique creations. Wearers can personalize their frames at launch with up to 20 interchangeable Heroes of the Storm temple sleeves (sold separately), adorned with beautiful artwork featuring some of Blizzard’s most iconic characters. Created from feather-light, high-tensile steel for an easy fit … Continue reading Gunnar Releases New Heroes of the Storm Sunglasses
Michael is back with a look at the differences between two of the most popular MMORPGs on the market for this week’s Video Game Tuesday. It’s WoW vs. FFXIV!
It’s been almost 17 years since Blizzard Entertainment has released a brand new IP for a game series. Now it seems that Overwatch is finally seeing the light of day. Revealed for the first time at BlizzCon, the game gets away from their traditional MMO roots and moves into competitive shooter territory. This is the reveal trailer from the convention. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYMM0OQpq6w In addition to the trailer, several people have been posting gameplay demos from the show. Check it out and see what you think about the world’s newest shooter, due to begin beta testing early next year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_838645161&feature=iv&src_vid=DYMM0OQpq6w&v=oYaaMZDMYaQ Anyone interested … Continue reading Blizzard Reveals New Overwatch Game