Warner Bros. has announced the Mac and Linux versions of Batman: Arkham Knight have been cancelled. If you bought a copy, the company said you should request a refund from Steam. This never seems to end, does it?
Diablo III changed a lot over the years. The expansion and the later patches added a lot more content to the game, and these changes might confuse players who stopped playing around Reaper of Souls or before, but want to come back to see what’s new.
Diablo III’s long awaited patch 2.4 is now live both in the US and in the EU. It’s quite a big update with new zones, items, game mechanics and small tweaks. The game feels a lot different if you haven’t played in months.
After a long and emotionally trying development process, That Dragon, Cancer comes out on January 12, delivering an interactive biographical portrait of a family’s fight against childhood cancer.
As it was teased at Blizzcon, World of Warcraft: Legion will have an entire new PvP system and it’ll be one of the biggest revamps of player-versus-player mechanics in the series’ history. Blizzard is now sharing more details on these changes.
One of the new features of World of Warcraft: Legion is an increased view distance and a much more detailed horizon.
CORRECTION (3:53pm): This is actually a reference to Rhonda Cox, an associate producer at Blizzard. We apologize for the error. She’s OK with the comparison, though!
Legion will introduce a new type of creature to World of Warcraft that might be familiar from Diablo III. It’s the Treasure Goblin, or as he’s known here, Treasure Demon.
The fan favorite neutral flying city Dalaran, first introduced in Wrath, is returning in Legion as the expansion’s number one hangout place. And four expansion later, it’s a completely renewed hub. The folks over at Trade chat made a neat side-by-side comparison video using footage from the Legion’s alpha build.
Dalaran’s flower vendor Aertih (who’s absolutely not a reference to that other flower vendor in Final Fantasy VII) will get similarly familiar-looking friend in World of Warcraft: Legion, as spotted by Wowhead.
Class Order halls—class-based areas where both factions can hang out—will be one of Legion’s most exciting features. A few of these were shown already, but Legion’s latest alpha build has them all in-game. Let’s take a look and see how they represent all 11 (soon 12) classes of WoW.
One of the big features of WoW’s patch 6.2 was the Garrison Shipyard, a place where we can send our crew on various daily missions and build up our fleet. It was supposed to be one of the many activities people can do till the next expansion drops. But because of weak rewards, no one’s really using it.
We’re far from a game where Goblins can roll a Monk or where Undead can level a Paladin, but a similarly ridiculous race/class combination will be added soon in Legion. Gnome Hunters!
We already knew WoW’s transmogrification system—a feature that allows players to alter the appearance of their gear—would get a complete revamp in Legion and now, that selected players can access the very early alpha of the expansion, we also have an idea of how it’ll look.
With Fallout 4’s release the folks at Blizzard might have gotten a bit nostalgic, which could be the reason for this item in patch 2.4—a legendary gem to be exact—being full of Fallout puns.
Surprise, surprise. Unlike last year’s 10th anniversary, we won’t get nostalgia raids or battlegrounds, but that doesn’t mean World of Warcraft players have to go through this year’s anniversary empty handed.
Oases is a game about flying, with pulsing music and beautiful colors all around you. It’s both simple and surprisingly personal, as it posits what happened to the developer’s grandfather after their plane disappeared back in 1960.
2010 World of Warcraft graphics (and 2005 graphics where Cataclysm didn’t happen) vs. the upcoming Warcraft movie. Aerial51zd compared all the recognizable locations in the Warcraft movie trailer with their in-game counterparts.
One of the missions in Legacy of the Void’s campaign is on a forest moon called “Endion” and it involves shield generators and orbital battle stations. Sounds familiar? It’s also a game made by Blizzard, and they love hiding easter eggs everywhere, so Ewoks from Return of the Jedi just fit perfectly.