Six months after buzz for the Cataclysm expansion drove World of Warcraft numbers to an all-time high, Blizzard reports the lowest subscription figures for the massively multiplayer game since December of 2008.
Earlier this month, the Visual Effects Society honoured the winners of the 9th annual VES Awards, meant to recognise the best achievements in special effects and visuals for movies, commercials, TV, animation and, yes, video games.
Selling more than 4.7 million copies sold since its December 7 release and 3.3 million on day-one, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm is now the fastest-selling PC game of all time.
While millions of World of Warcraft players do just fine with your standard two-button mouse, SteelSeries reckons they could do better with the extra twelve provided by the World of Warcraft: Cataclysm MMO Gaming Mouse. Are they right?
Nothing ruins a perfectly good fantasy world like an enormous angry dragon tearing through the surface of the planet, destroying everything in its path. How does Blizzard’s ridiculously popular online role-playing game fare in the face of this Cataclysm?
Our second and final MMO Log for World of Warcraft's Cataclysm expansion begins with a five-year-old Horde character defecting to the Alliance.
Studying players' time following the release of World of Warcraft: Cataclysm 10 days ago, Raptr determined that the top 11 percent of most active users account for more than half of the total time spent in the game.
With its latest expansion Cataclysm having been out for a few days now, the hardcore World of Warcraft players have already bought it and are exploring its many changes. Those who haven't, you are being tempted by free game time.
It's been a week since Blizzard unleashed the Cataclysm in World of Warcraft, and I spent the past seven days getting to know the Goblins and the Worgen. Which one did I prefer?
The latest expansion pack for World of Warcraft crushed the last 24-hour sales record set by the massively popular, massively online computer game, selling 3.3 million copies in a single day.
While there was a costume contest at the German launch of the World of Warcraft: Cataclysm expansion, these event company employees were brought in to ensure wacky photo ops were available to all.
Late last night I got bundled up in my warmest clothes, kicked my Nissan Pathfinder until it started moving, and braved extensive imaginary lines, all in the name of picking up World of Warcraft's Cataclysm expansion...strategy guide.
World of Warcraft's Cataclysm expansion pack went live in North America at 3AM Eastern time this morning, roughly two hours after European protection Paladin Forscience hit level 85.
It's after midnight Pacific time, and the Goblins and Worgen have begun flooding into Azeroth as World of Warcraft's Cataclysm expansion goes live. I've made my new characters, have you?
Next week Tonight, the world of Warcraft will change forever with the release of Cataclysm. Here's everything you need to know before Deathwing the Destroyer comes over and trashes the place. [Republished for the launch of World of Warcraft: Cataclysm.]
World of Warcraft's Cataclysm goes down early tomorrow morning, unleashing the ferocious Worgen and inventive Goblins upon Azeroth as playable races. I'll have to play both races, but the classes I pick are up to you guys.
In the Cataclysm-scarred desolation of World of Warcraft's Badlands, three old adventures tell spectacular tall tales about the day Deathwing came. Check out one of the finest examples of traditional storytelling I've seen in a massively multiplayer online role-playing game.
The World of Warcraft Cataclysm collector's edition made it to the roof of our New York offices today, as part of our series of rooftop unboxings. Is the $80 special Cataclysm worth it? Take a look. Bizarre twist ending included.
You left Azeroth behind long ago, but you can't resist the rumbling of the Cataclysm any longer. It's okay, we understand. Here are some helpful tips to help you ease yourself back into the addiction.
Next week's world-changing expansion for World of Warcraft may not be the only cataclysm to hit a major massively multiplayer online game soon.