As the sixth expansion to World of Warcraft looms ever closer, our Gnome Hunter-led tour through the previous five takes us to post-draconic apocalypse Azeroth and an ancient land filled with beautiful sights and ridiculous pandas.
Organized by Raegwyn, a talented veteran player and record breaker, he and 19 other players just gave Mists of Pandaria the proper ending by killing the final boss, Garrosh, on the hardest difficulty, only using Death Knights.
When neutral Pandaren characters in World of Warcraft leave their starting zone, they're forced to choose a faction — Alliance or Horde. Choosing to remain neutral, Doubleagent never left. Nearly two years and a whole lot of herb picking later, Doubleagent has finally hit the game's level cap.
Find the quest giver! The latest patch for Mists of Pandaria dropped last night and the days after a major content patch always mean pure chaos. This is the Timeless Isle, one of the new zones in the game, and the only thing that you can clearly see is that the screenshot was taken on a PvE server.
It's been, what, only a few weeks since Slooshi was caught jerking off on camera after a League of Legends livestream event? Well, looks like somebody - and by somebody, I mean World of Warcraft player murdaralph - didn't learn their lesson.
World of Warcraft's Mists of Pandaria expansion is huge. One one end, it starts at level one, with a new starting area for the new Pandaren race. On the other end, it raises the level cap from 85 to 90 and adds an enormous amount of high-end and end-game zones.
Mists of Pandaria, then, is best looked at from two…
Some weeks you have a lot of time to be a panda-person. And some weeks, you don't.
Reactions to World of Warcraft's newest expansion, Mists of Pandaria have been more or less positive, overall—but the expansion has sold fewer copies, and those more slowly, than WoW's previous expansion, Cataclysm. WoW, while still a popular and beloved juggernaut among MMORPGs, is aging, and the world of gaming in…
Things are just not going well for me in Azeroth, I'm afraid.
World of Warcraft has always been notorious for having tons of video game and pop culture references and Mists of Pandaria tries really hard to set a new record. Here's what we dug up so far. Let us know in the comments if you've found others.
World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria sold 2.7 million copies, Blizzard announced this morning. Total WoW subs: 10 mil.
While Kate is working the latest World of Warcraft expansion pack from the bottom up, I am tasked with taking my level 85 character to level 90, exploring what's new for the high level crowd. It's not going well so far.
[The Mists of Pandaria expansion to World of Warcraft introduces new content in the starter levels as well as in the late game. This is a look at how new, low-level content appears to a new player. We'll also be posting a look at Pandaria's new level 85-90 zones, and the veteran perspective, from a more experienced…
Wow. I live in New York, so I've seen my fair share of talented sand artists, but I've never seen someone pinch and play with sand the way Silvia Emme does in the video above.
This morning, I got up early and sat down to a freshly-patched World of Warcraft to play a brand-new Pandaren. I still don't love the WoW art style—I never have, it's just personal preference really—but even I had to admit that the vivid blue streak in my panda's pigtails was kind of cute. And if I didn't love the…
Somehow this is the first time I've gotten my hands on World of Warcraft's version of Pokemon. This short video will give you a basic overview of what the next few months of PC gaming hold for me.
World of Warcraft's next expansion has gone live in North America, and the first thing I did was transform my Worgen into a Panda. And give him a sex change, because tails.
I have known many artistic World of Warcraft fans. I have known many women who like to get their nails done. I even have several friends who fit the overlap of the two categories.