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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 »
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 »
Thank you Blizzard for 20 years of awesome gaming, and 20 years of sleepless nights.
t’s time to pop the confetti as Blizzard celebrates their 20th year anniversary today. Jump into your StarCraft, World of Warcraft, and Diablo accounts and start partying across Blizzard’s digital territories as we give honor to the people behind the world’s most played games for the past years. Wha? You wanna hear some message from the celebrants? Well you’ve got it. Hit the break and watch a short but sweet video of of Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime and EVP Frank Pearce giving thanks to all the loyal players who’ve made them richer by the billions.Read the rest of the article »
It's a question almost as old as the game itself, but we're gonna answer it anyways!
World of Warcraft is once again at the helm in the world of MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role playing game), though we think it never left the seat in the first place. After two months of release of it’s latest expansion, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, more and more people start joining the bandwagon as reports state the game has already reached 12 million subscribers.
Yes, we are aware that the question has been asked since forever, but its relevance never dies especially to non-WoW players and non-Blizzard developers out there: “What makes World of Warcraft so popular?” Despite the game having a monthly fee, not so amazing graphics plus the plethora of available and FREE MMORPGs around there, what does World of Warcraft have that makes the players keep playing even after 6 freakin’ years of existence?Read the rest of the article »
Mark your calendars, because this October, Blizzard will be answering some of our toughest questions like: "When is Diablo III coming out already?!"
Mark your calendars and get your gears in check, because Blizzard has already announced that the BlizzCon 2011 is coming back to the Anaheim Convention Center this October 21 to October 22. What can we expect this year other than the usual panel discussions, tournaments, freebies, and collectibles? Will we finally get to see a preview of Deathwing in all his glory in World of Warcraft: Cataclysm’s final patch? Are we going to get a hint of the next World of Warcraft? Will there be more sneak peek of the upcoming StarCraft II expansions? And are we EVER going to get Diablo III anytime soon? We’ve got so many questions to ponder over the next couple of months, but until then, the best way to hasten time is to keep on playing (and all those things about work, school, and real life).Read the rest of the article »
It's time to even the playing field as Blizzard convinces PayPal to suspend accounts using the service to illegally sell virtual currency.
Want an easier way of getting the best goods in the MMORPG World of Warcraft? Then better count gold buying out of the equation as Blizzard convinced PayPal to suspend accounts that are using the service to illicitly sell World of Warcraft gold currency. Blizzard has appealed that such an act is in violation of their intellectual properties and swift action must be taken.
PayPal on the other hand seems to be cool about the subject matter as they’ve given the gold sellers time to appeal for their case. If not convinced, PaypPal will suspend their accounts with no remorse unless they stopped doing such illegal transactions. Read PayPal’s full statement after the break!Read the rest of the article »
'World of StarCraft' still lives. Though we may need to call it something else if we don't want Blizzard deleting the videos again.
Blizzard admits that it asked YouTube to remove the ‘World of StarCraft’ clips on the video sharing site but not because it deems the game itself is illegal, but because the name was in breach of some copyright brouhaha the gaming company has instigated.
The game mod, which was headed by Ryan Winzen, still exists to our delight and Blizzard have taken interest in the game and their group as they invited them over to have a talk with StarCraft II developers. Should everything go well, the best thing that can happen is Ryan Wizen and probably a couple of members from his crew will come back not as guests anymore, but bonafide Blizzard programmers.Read the rest of the article »
What happens when you bring a StarCraft fan and a Galaxy Editor together? Well to some, nothing. But to imaginative individuals, it's World of StarCraft.
World of StarCraft? For too long we’ve been dreaming of an MMORPG/World of Warcraft version of StarCraft, but a band of brave individuals out there said “screw dreams” as they pushed the boundaries of fan speculation and imagination by using StarCraft II’s Galaxy Editor to concoct a spin-off unlike any other. Welcome to ‘World of StarCraft’ (note: Blizzard has no part in creating the ‘game’ as it was just created for fun by programming geniuses).
The game looks (in a good sense) horrifyingly real as a Marine-like toon trek the trecherous terrain and go trigger-happy against some Protoss units. Although barely reaching the level of fun and playable by MMORPG standards, ‘World of Starcraft’ remains as an eye-candy to fans and haters alike. We doubt that this would scale up as a game that’s available worldwide. The development team is currently brainstorming on their future plans on the mod and are open to public suggestions through their forums.
Watch the 2-minute video of the ‘World of Starcraft’ mod after the break!Read the rest of the article »
Ironically, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm doesn't give Blizzard any reason to end the game soon.
It already holds the record thanks to a whopping 3.3 million sold copies on its opening day, but now World of Warcraft: Cataclysm just cemented its place in the charts. With more than 4.7 million copies sold in a month’s time, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm is now crowned as the world’s fastest selling PC game of all time.
Despite the game being almost a decade old, the leading MMORPG still has some zing in its lifeline as the latest expansion drew massive crowds as devoted, returning, and new fans alike lined up or scoured the internet to purchase and download this epic game. Hit the break and watch a video on World of Warcraft: Cataclysm’s Midnight Launch event to see how massive the game has become!Read the rest of the article »
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