Gamers playing online games like World of Warcraft and Second Life may be dealing with spies, not real gamers, following relevations US and British government agencies are using the games to identify terrorist threats.
Blizzard has announced the next instalment of its hugely popular PC RPG World of Warcraft, dubbed Warlords of Draenor.
Tomorrow World of Warcraft turns eight years old that is an epic run by anybody’s video game standards. Pretenders to the throne have come and mostly gone, and WOW endures with millions of players logging in consistently. Blizzard thought it worth putting together some celebratory fun
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