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"Diablo III Server Checker" android app is now available for free in Google Play
Die hard Diablo III fans can now breathe. App creator Eluamous has developed a Diablo 3 server-checking app, named “Diablo III Server Checker”.
This app checks if the server is up and running by pulling up status messages from US.Battle.net to view updates from Diablo 3 servers in the US, Europe, and Asia.
The “Diablo III Server Checker” app for android devices, can be downloaded for free on on Google Play.View Article Source »
Blizzard launched Diablo III at midnight, Asian gamers experienced game errors.
Blizzard has launched Diablo III at midnight. However, today’s official release is off to a bumpy start. Asian players of the game were greeted by an error when attempting to access the digital version of the game.
A member of the Diablo III community posted in Blizzard’s official message board, that players in the Asian region experienced an error message: “Error 12 – No license attached”. Game Masters in Blizzard Korea, are manually flagging the digital accounts so that players can gain access to the game. While players in Taiwan can’t access the game because there are no available game masters to flag accounts.
Players in the European region are now access the game after experiencing server errors earlier, due to over capacity.View Article Source »
Gamers can now play "Diablo III" for free this weekend, during its open beta period.
New players of Diablo III can now register a free account, as the online game enters an open beta period as of 12:01 p.m. This period will only last during the weekend and will end at 10 a.m. on April 23.Read the rest of the article »
Let the game begin! Our precious Diablo 3 game is now out for public beta test, Hurray!
After such long period of waiting, Blizzard announced yesterday that the beta test will be live for public. But before you can rejoice about the announcement, Blizzard mention that you should have a valid Battle.net account and have opted it via Beta profile settings, also you should wait for an official email from Blizzard which will state the beta key for Diablo 3. If you have no idea and have lots of question on how to obtain the beta keys just click here to read the Diable III beta FAQS. Good luck to those who receive their beta keys and for those who aren’t luck we just have to wait till the game be release.View Article Source »
"There will be a few people who will resent the fact you have to be online to play a single-player game. But it'll change." --- Tim Willits, id Software Director
The argument over Blizzard’s decision to require an “always on” Internet connection for Diablo 3 has been raging since the game’s release. Supporters say that it provides developers more flexibility in how it approaches the game. Moreover, players are virtually online when they play anyway.
On the contrary, those who are not thrilled with the idea pointed out that not every gamer has a reliable and full-time connection. Moreover, making the “always on” as a requirement is unreasonable and unfair for a solo play.
In between the rage, one observer came out strongly on the pro-Blizzard side — Tim Willits. He is the director of id Software, a studio known for its groundbreaking work in online gaming. Tim Willits – who describes himself as “a big proponent of always connected” – likes the “always on” idea. He also thinks that it can go beyond a mile towards molding the gaming industry’s future.Read the rest of the article »
Despite its fairly new offering, Blizzard is seeing a decrease in subscribers for World of Warcraft.
During their latest earnings announcement, Blizzard claimed that their World of Warcraft subscribers where down again. Mike Morhaime, president and co-founder of Blizzard, informed investors that the game is still seeing number of subscribers that are correlated with the release of updates and expansions.
Blizzard recently announced as well that players can play WoW until level 20 without charge. However, this offering is not seeing an increase in subscribers yet. Still, the firm is gearing up for a serious competition with Bioware, as the latter gets ready for the holiday launch of Old Republic.Read the rest of the article »
Gamers can now test the Starcraft 2 on their own speed with its new Starter Edition.
The demo version of Starcraft 2 enables players to test the entire game in a limited time, and forces them to avail the title in order to continue. However, Blizzard recently replaced the timed demo with the Starter Edition.
The Starter Edition does not have a time limit, letting gamers try Starcraft 2 in their own volition. Furthermore, all achievements and campaign progress earned during the demo will be available to the full game upon purchase, since the information will be stored in a gamer’s Battlenet.com account.
The Starter Edition comes prior to the second part of Starcraft 2’s trilogy – the Heart of Swarm – which is expected for a mid-2012 release.Read the rest of the article »
Azeroth will soon be consumed in flames, and you and Patch 4.2 are the only ones that can save it!
Blizzard unveils World of Warcraft: Cataclysm Patch 4.2! It is a major patch update for the MMORPG that dives further into the expansion’s main story, as players face-off with Deathwing’s most powerful ally and the fire elemental lord, Ragnaros. Expect blazing hot content with heavy lore and the much anticipated T12 gear set.
No release date has been unveiled at the moment, but it will be made available to World of Warcraft’s PTR (Public Test Realm) very soon. Hit the break to watch the full preview of Patch 4.2.Read the rest of the article »
Prepare for some BlizzCon 2011 madness, as GADG presents its predictions on what we'll see on this year's edition of the convention.
BlizzCon 2011 has always been the show stealer when it comes to yearly gaming conventions, and this year will most likely be the same as Blizzard is touted to give a stellar show line-up — including the much anticipated reveal on Diablo III’s release date.
Last year’s BlizzCon showcased the herald of World of Warcraft: Cataclysm and a couple of sweet details on StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty. With Diablo III still having little to no clues as to when it will come out, plus few and far in between in-game details about the RPG, many are speculating that Blizzard will go all out with the sequel of the Diablo franchise and the game will take center stage this BlizzCon 2011 when the convention kicks in October 21.Read the rest of the article »
Get ready to attack, survive, and cook with Blizzard's new mods for StarCraft 2.
It’s the realm of the parodies as Blizzard unleashes three of the four official StarCraft 2 mods: Blizzard’s first RTS cook-off, Aiur Chef; the Bejeweled-inspired, Starjeweled; and a Left 4 Dead rip-off, Left 2 Die. Blizzard DOTA is still undergoing fixes, unfortunately.
The mods are available through the Custom Game panel of StarCraft 2. Just download the one you want, but make sure that there’s a Blizzard logo right next to it.
Hit the break to see the details of each StarCraft 2 mod!Read the rest of the article »
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