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Blizzard has just added two new plush creatures to their store. The Alliance Gryphon Hatchling and the Horde Wind Rider Cub can be yours for $24.99 in the Blizzard Store.
Apparently, the Starcraft 2 beta graphic settings will automatically max out your GPU resources to 100%.
Here is some information about the upcoming World of Warcraft Expansion pack “Cataclysm”. This information was made available at this year’s Blizzcon convention.
Alright, here is the new trailer for the upcoming expansion pack to Blizzard’s hugely succesfull MMORPG “World of Warcraft”. The expansion is titled “Cataclysm”. This trailer was debuted today at Blizzcon.
Most of the time, fan created movies are pretty horrible. But I stumbled upon something on Youtube that almost rivals Blizzards own use of CGI.
Blizzard have begun work on a new service that will let players switch sides. Alliance to Horde. Or Horde to Alliance. Whichever way you want to turn your coat, you’ll be free to do it.
StarCraft II will be losing one of the franchise’s most popular features – LAN Support.
Here is a new video showcasing some of the creatures of Diablo 3, Blizzard’s highly anticipated action RPG.
Blizzard Entertainment announced that tickets for Blizzcon 2009, the fourth convention celebrating the Warcraft, Diablo and Starcraft universes, would go on sale May 16. Tickets will be available for purchase from the official Blizzcon website and will be $125 each. A second block of tickets will go on sale May 30 for those fans that…
Breaking news: Blizzard Entertainment now accepting BlizzCon 2008 beta codes on there website, there is no official statement about which game it going to be Diablo 3 or Starcraft 2, stay tuned for more updates! If you attended in BlizzCon 2008 you can go register here: http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/misc/beta-signup.html?rhtml=y Example – Beta confirmation email From: betaSignup@blizzard.com To: xxx xxxxxxx Date:…
Despite being one of the founding members of the industry awareness board, it’s been revealed that Activision have now left the PC Gaming Alliance. Over the weekend, a couple of readers noticed that the company’s logo no longer appeared on the PCGA’s website. Contacted for comment, the PCGA confirmed that “a few members have decided…