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August was packed to the gills with conventions. And conventions mean cosplay. But who had the best in August?
The Goblin and Worgen races are getting a grand introduction in the World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, with starting areas that make the other races' pale in comparison.
Blizzard's stealth-action game StarCraft: Ghost may be on indefinite hold, but according to Sam Didier it still remains a valuable resource in the development of titles like StarCraft II.
With StarCraft II's single player experience spread across three titles, how is Blizzard going to keep things fresh? Sam "Samwise" Didier answers the question with hatchet wounds while dodging the fierce enemy UI.
Check out this tour of the zones of World of Warcraft: The Catacylsm, for a look at Gilneas, The Lost Isles, and how Deathwing's reappearance will forever change the face of Azeroth.
Troubled by the Battle.net login screen that appears upon first launching StarCraft II? Does it mean that StarCraft II requires an internet connection? Not so, says Blizzard's Rob Pardo.
Though the Diablo III kiosks in the BlizzCon pressroom were swamped all weekend, I did manage to squeeze in a little time with the game's newest class - the Monk.
During our post-BlizzCon interview with Ozzy Osbourne, the rock legend revealed that he had once been addicted to a video game. Help us figure out which game that was.
Original voice actress Glynnis Talken Campbell is still out as the voice of StarCraft II's Kerrigan, but Blizzard found a worthy replacement in the form of Cylon Number Six, Tricia Helfer.
The Burning Crusade raised World of Warcraft's level cap to 70. Then Wrath of the Lich King took it to 80. Why is it only going to 85 in the Cataclysm expansion? Tom Chilton explains.
At last year's BlizzCon, the Diablo II team made a big deal about the power-customizing rune system, but this year it was strangely absent. We asked game director Jay Wilson where the runes went.
After the San Diego Comic-Con debacle, you didn't really think I would escape BlizzCon unscathed, did you? Here's where my money went during Blizzard's annual fan gathering.
Before rock legend Ozzy Osbourne took the stage at the closing ceremonies of BlizzCon 2009, he didn't know "what the fuck to expect" from an audience full of gamers, he told Kotaku in a private interview.
Kotaku sat down with Blizzard's executive vice president of game design Rob Pardo this weekend to talk Battle.net, but we couldn't resist touching on the subject of the lack of LAN in StarCraft II.
BlizzCon 2009 has come to a close, but our coverage will continue well into Monday, with interviews, hands-on impressions, pictures of stuff, and something very special from the man in this picture.
Since you're reading this, I am assuming you didn't get a chance to see what the BlizzCon 2009 show floor looked like. Don't say I never gave you anything.
A good photographer communicates what they are looking at through the pictures they take. I swear I was not stalking the purple Draenei girl.