I didn't have many real-life friends in high school. I'm pretty sure I heard my WoW name more than my real name in those days—to the point where my WoW identity and my own were inseparable. Flash forward to today. Blizzard's reclaiming old, dormant WoW names, and I'm crushed. »
Final Fantasy XIV's Eorzea might not have Chemical X, but that doesn't mean they don't have their own version of The Powerpuff Girls, Professor Utonium... and some others trying to photobomb. »
Warlords of Draenor is shaping up to be one giant World of Warcraft nostalgia trip. If the new Upper Blackrock Spire didn't hit you hard, the revamped Nagrand, one of the fan-favorite zones of the BC era, will. These preview shots look really cool—hopefully the zone will still be exciting without the floating rocks.
One day in March 2010, news began to surface that police in South Korea had arrested a couple for the death of their daughter Sarang, the Korean word for "love." She was only three months old. By the time her parents called local authorities to report her death, she was severely underweight—dropping from her birth… »
Blizzard's ongoing overhaul of World of Warcraft's character models has wound its way towards the majestic bovine class known as the Tauren. »
This changes everything. The 'Toy Box' is one of my favorite new features in World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor, and once it's implemented, it'll free up so much bag space. Similarly to mounts, it'll be a collection tab for all the non-combat vanity items, and we'll no longer have to keep them in our inventory. »
It's pretty impressive to survive 30 or 40 waves of enemies in the Proving Grounds, a World of Warcraft scenario where you can test your raiding abilities by facing enemies that get stronger with each wave. So the fact that frost mage Akuyama reached wave 138 and set a new world record is incredible. »
It's an established tradition that whenever a new World of Warcraft expansion comes out, some classic dungeons get a redesign. After Scholomance and The Scarlet Monastery it's time for a new Upper Blackrock Spire (UBRS), an awesome old dungeon that—among other things—became famous for Leeeeeeeroy Jenkins. »