Diablo III's latest update has arrived, bringing with it new loot to wear and new monsters to slay. This nearly twenty-year-old franchise has a long history of sprawling dungeons and epic battles between sharply-dressed heroes and unfathomably-evil villains, so before you return to Sanctuary to vanquish the darkness once more, come with us on a guided tour of the 10 Best Diablo Bosses.
Nine years ago, we saw the end of what everyone considers "Vanilla" World of Warcraft. Three years after the successful launch of World of Warcraft, Blizzard finally stepped in and released something that we all knew was inevitably going to happen—an expansion. Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness got the Beyond the Dark Portal expansion, Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos got The Frozen Throne expansion, and StarCraft got the Brood War expansion over the years; it would make sense that Blizzard's multi-million dollar journey into the massively multiplayer online role-playing game scene would have one as well. Little did we know that we'd be venturing into the Dark Portal one more time.
What began in 1998 as a space-themed variant on the sword-and-sorcery of Warcraft has become a gaming phenomenon, with a successful sequel and more expansion packs and gaming tournaments than you can shake a pylon at. Now, Legacy of the Void, the final expansion pack to Starcraft II, closes out the story which began nearly two decades ago, forcing players to push their actions-per-minute to the brink if they want to save the universe from the looming threat annihilating everything in its path (and pwn every Zerg-rushing noob this side of Korhal).
The Protoss leaders recall their history and decide whether or not to take back their homeworld in this story trailer for StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void.
Blizzard has revealed the release date and the opening cinematic for the third and final chapter of StarCraft II, Legacy of the Void.
Blizzard released an in-depth video featuring Kharazim the Monk's gameplay. We also have some news about future additions to the roster of Heroes of the Storm.
Murkidan the Demon Hunter Murloc and all kinds of new goodies are inbound for World of Warcraft from BlizzCon 2015, the holidays and the Legion expansion.
The PC game gurus at Blizzard are considering the idea of a new, real-time strategy entry of the Warcraft series after StarCraft II is complete.
A high profile job opening at Blizzard Entertainment suggests that there is a major Diablo project in the works.
Blizzard has announced its next expansion for Azeroth. It's time to welcome the Demon Hunters to World of Warcraft: Legion.