Microsoft made big news when it bought Minecraft and when it bought Bethesda, but today’s news is a deal 10 times that. Microsoft has now announced its acquisition of Activision Blizzard for an eye-watering $US 70 billion. It makes Microsoft the world’s third-largest gaming company.
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
Blizzard Entertainment has released information on the impending release of World of Warcraft: Mists Of Pandaria including the server start-up times for those venturing into the new virtual lands of Pandaria.
Blizzard Entertainment do cinematics well. Feel free to add that to you list of understatements of 2012. Whether it is StarCraft, Diablo III or, in this case the next World of Warcraft expansion; Mists of Pandaria, the cinematic videos are spectacular.
One of the highest selling games of this year, Diablo III requires players to set up accounts with the developer and publisher Blizzard’s Battle.net. Blizzard has detected possible exposure of players account information.
Well (as a collective) plenty have, the World of Warcraft Celestial Steed hit the virtual fantasy universe created by Blizzard, and lots of Warcraftians were willing to jump in the saddle.
Blizzard Entertainment, creators of World of Warcraft, Starcraft and Diablo, has released details of the 5th BlizzCon convention. BlizzCon 2010 will be a great opportunity to gain insight into the impending StarCraft II and Diablo III juggernauts.
The WoW starts now for Creative, Blizzard and buyers of the 'Sound Blaster World of Warcraft' headset, available in wired and wireless versions, featuring THX TruStudio PC audio technology, detachable microphones, some 16 million colour LED bling and more to tempt WoW fans to raid stores and buy them!
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